History WesternAnimation / SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries

6th Sep '17 1:00:36 AM WolfMattGrey
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* AllianceOfAlternates: The finale had Spidey teaming up with multiple alternate dimension versions of himself to save the universe with the help of Madame Web and The Beyonder. They include a [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]] style inventor engaged to Gwen Stacy (who "our" Spidey had [[AdaptedOut never even met]]), a version of [[CloningBlues Ben Reily]], a Spidey [[CallBack still having multiple arms do to a mutation problem]], a Spidey with Doc Ock arms, and an actor with no powers who [[RealWorldEpisode plays Spidey in movies, hailing from a universe where Spider-Man is just a famous comic character created by]] Creator/StanLee.
1st Sep '17 12:22:00 AM dvorak
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* MenCantKeepHouse: Aunt May is rendered comatose for an episode at the sight of Peter and Harry's bachelor pad.
27th Aug '17 6:25:06 AM Manny20444
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** The Spot went from a C-list member of Spidey's RoguesGallery, to an antagonistic (but not evil) foe of his able to run circles around Webhead.

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** The Stupid name aside, the Spot went from a C-list member of Spidey's RoguesGallery, to an antagonistic (but not evil) foe of his able to run circles around Webhead.
9th Aug '17 9:43:35 AM Basara-kun
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* IntraFranchiseCrossover: Predating ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' by decades, the series has the "Spider Wars", in which Madame Web (and later the Beyonder) first recruited Spider-Man from main universe of the series and later recruiting various alternate versions of him, including [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Spider-Armor_MK_I Armored Spider-Man]] (a kind of "[[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]]" version of Peter Parker), Six-Armed Spider-Man (mutated version of him that only stays with the six arms, seen in comics and the same series but GoneHorriblyWrong), Spider-Man with ComicBook/DoctorOctopus' arms (also predating ''ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' by decades), Spider-Man [[Creator/TobeyMaguire as]] [[Creator/AndrewGarfield an]] [[Creator/TomHolland actor]] and even the ComicBook/ScarletSpider (Ben Reilly as in ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga''), been this group simply named as the ''[[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Spider-Men_(Multiverse) Spider-Men]]''.
8th Aug '17 12:57:26 PM Isaac_Heller
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* RecycledScript: "The Spot" and "Goblin War" come one after another, and they both have the ''exact'' same plot beats. A villain is using a portal device to commit robberies. The Kingpin gets involved somehow. Felicia has a scene where she flirts with Spider-Man [[YourCheatingHeart despite being engaged]], to which he brushes her off, leaving her sad. Harry has a scene where he acts petulant toward Peter about how he "stole" Mary Jane from him. Spider-Man ends up at Crime Central where the Kingpin almost squeezes him to death. Of the two episodes, "Goblin War" is the more important due to the re-emergence of the Green Goblin and the Hobgoblin's identity being revealed, so one could almost skip "The Spot" entirely and not miss much.
8th Aug '17 12:56:59 PM Isaac_Heller
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* RecycledScript: "The Spot" and "Goblin War" come one after another, and they both have the ''exact'' same plot beats. A villain is using a portal device to commit robberies. The Kingpin gets involved somehow. Felicia has a scene where she flirts with Spider-Man [[YourCheatingHeart despite being engaged]], to which he brushes her off, leaving her sad. Harry has a scene where he acts petulant toward Peter about how he "stole" Mary Jane from him. Spider-Man ends up at Crime Central where the Kingpin almost squeezes him to death. Of the two episodes, "Goblin War" is the more important due to the re-emergence of the Green Goblin and the Hobgoblin's identity being revealed, so one could almost skip "The Spot" entirely and not miss much.
31st Jul '17 8:47:04 PM flamemario12
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** Also, despite the heavy censorship, the writers still managed to incorporate the Punisher into the show (complete with laser guns, see above) and make him both completely credible and sympathetic.

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** Also, despite Despite the heavy censorship, the writers still managed to incorporate the Punisher into the show (complete with laser guns, see above) and make him both completely credible and sympathetic.
31st Jul '17 1:21:48 AM flamemario12
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** One of the greatest examples of Spidey's trademark wit and snark, partly due to excellent writing and partly due to Christopher Barnes' fantastic delivery.
30th Jul '17 11:38:01 PM NOYB
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Being made in the 1990's, and not being ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', the Saturday-morning cartoon came under heavy censorship -- heavier, in fact, than even [[WesternAnimation/XMen other Marvel cartoons of the time]]. Spider-Man almost never threw a punch, and most of the action sequences was either DeadlyDodging or swinging kicks. NeverSayDie was in full force and there was even a joke among the staff that they couldn't even disturb any pigeons on the rooftops for fear one might have been hurt. The corner-cutting animation also left a ''lot'' to be desired, featuring static movement, constantly recycled sequences, bewilderingly fast conversations and scenes, and all manner of video goofs.

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Being made in the 1990's, 1990s, and not being ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', the Saturday-morning cartoon came under heavy censorship -- heavier, in fact, than even [[WesternAnimation/XMen other Marvel cartoons of the time]]. Spider-Man almost never threw a punch, and most of the action sequences was either DeadlyDodging or swinging kicks. NeverSayDie was in full force and there was even a joke among the staff that they couldn't even disturb any pigeons on the rooftops for fear one might have been hurt. The corner-cutting animation also left a ''lot'' to be desired, featuring static movement, constantly recycled sequences, bewilderingly fast conversations and scenes, and all manner of video goofs.
15th Jul '17 7:52:24 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Felicia Hardy/Black Cat and Mary Jane Watson are very attractive women, just like they are in the comics.

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* MsFanservice: Felicia Hardy/Black Cat and Mary Jane Watson are very attractive women, just like how they are in the comics.
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