History WesternAnimation / SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries

23rd Jan '16 6:48:20 PM nombretomado
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** The show had a crossover with the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series. It was considered a big deal because it was a completely different animation studio involving the then current roster from X-Men in a show that was not their own. Even more impressive was the effort put in to keeping all the same cast (save for one, Gambit, presumably for contractual or scheduling reasons) for the sake of continuity. Even more fun, the crossover remains in continuity for Spider-Man, as {{Storm}} returns during the series' adaptation of the ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' crossover event.
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** The show had a crossover with the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series. It was considered a big deal because it was a completely different animation studio involving the then current roster from X-Men in a show that was not their own. Even more impressive was the effort put in to keeping all the same cast (save for one, Gambit, presumably for contractual or scheduling reasons) for the sake of continuity. Even more fun, the crossover remains in continuity for Spider-Man, as {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} returns during the series' adaptation of the ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' crossover event.
16th Jan '16 6:23:04 PM nombretomado
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:After Spider-Man stops Spider-Carnage from destroying all reality, and after his meeting with StanLee, the series ends with Madame Web promising Spidey that they will find the real Mary Jane Watson.]]
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:After Spider-Man stops Spider-Carnage from destroying all reality, and after his meeting with StanLee, Creator/StanLee, the series ends with Madame Web promising Spidey that they will find the real Mary Jane Watson.]]

* GrandFinale: And quite an amazing one as well, tapping into the comics mythology and just about every incarnation of Spider-Man out there. StanLee himself even shows up!
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* GrandFinale: And quite an amazing one as well, tapping into the comics mythology and just about every incarnation of Spider-Man out there. StanLee Creator/StanLee himself even shows up!
29th Dec '15 5:10:02 AM Anddrix
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** When SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom gives the Thing full control, Ben uses [[WesternAnimation/FredAndBarneyMeetTheThing a ring to change from Ben Grimm to the Thing and back]].
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** When SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor Doom gives the Thing full control, Ben uses [[WesternAnimation/FredAndBarneyMeetTheThing a ring to change from Ben Grimm to the Thing and back]].
20th Dec '15 10:02:17 PM spirasen
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-->-- '''Spider-Man'''
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-->-- '''Spider-Man''' -->--'''Spider-Man'''

Being made in the 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, and all manner of video goofs.
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Being made in the 1990s, 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, and all manner of video goofs.

5th Dec '15 2:09:55 PM Manny20444
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5th Dec '15 2:05:15 PM Manny20444
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17th Nov '15 3:37:27 PM cwf123
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''Spider-Man'', [[FanNickname commonly referred to as]] ''Spider-Man: The Animated Series'' after a [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries certain other comic book cartoon that came out around the same time]], is TheNineties AnimatedAdaptation of the popular superhero ComicBook/SpiderMan. Premiering in 1994, it ran for five seasons on Fox Kids. The animated series chronicles the story of a single, nineteen-year-old Peter Parker attending his first year at Empire State University, trying to get by through his part-time job as a photographer for the ''Daily Bugle'', adjusting to new relationships, and growing into his newfound alter-ego as the amazing Spider-Man. The production history has it meant to be a tie-in to a Creator/JamesCameron made ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' movie that [[DevelopmentHell was never made]] (eventually passed over to Creator/SamRaimi to become the well-known film franchise released over half a decade later).
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''Spider-Man'', [[FanNickname commonly referred to as]] ''Spider-Man: The Animated Series'' after a [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries certain other comic book cartoon that came out around the same time]], is TheNineties AnimatedAdaptation of the popular superhero ComicBook/SpiderMan. Premiering in 1994, it ran for five seasons on Fox Kids. The animated series chronicles the story of a single, nineteen-year-old Peter Parker attending his first year at Empire State University, trying to get by through his part-time job as a photographer for the ''Daily Bugle'', adjusting to new relationships, and growing into his newfound alter-ego as the amazing Spider-Man. The production history has it meant to be a tie-in to a Creator/JamesCameron made ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' movie that [[DevelopmentHell was never made]] (eventually passed over to Creator/SamRaimi to become the well-known film franchise trilogy released over half a decade later).
2nd Nov '15 9:10:48 AM StFan
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*** In addition, Mary Jane turning out to be a clone was one of the (many) ideas pitched during TheCloneSaga to end Spidey's marriage.
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*** In addition, Mary Jane turning out to be a clone was one of the (many) ideas pitched during TheCloneSaga ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga'' to end Spidey's marriage.
28th Oct '15 2:01:36 AM TitoMosquito
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* BerserkButton: ** Jameson hit Doc Ock's in his debut episode. --->'''Doc Ock:''' You dare talk that way to a scientist?!\\ '''Jameson:''' Scientist? You're just some coward who kidnapped an innocent girl!\\ (''Doc Ock crushed his portable TV'') ** Don't call the Scorpion names.

* BerserkButton: ** IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer: In "Doctor Octopus: Armed and Dangerous", Jameson hit tries to warn Doc Ock's in his debut episode. --->'''Doc Ock:''' You dare talk that way to a scientist?!\\ '''Jameson:''' Scientist? You're just some coward who kidnapped an innocent girl!\\ (''Doc Ock crushed his portable TV'') ** Don't call the Scorpion names.is he does anything to hurt Felicia, but got interrupted and Doc Ock insults him.

* MoodWhiplash: In the "Secret Wars" episodes, Black Cat was angry at Spider-Man for bringing her to the planet while she was helping Blade and Morbius. Throughout the episode, she called him "selfish" and refuses to talk to him. But by the end, she's back to flirting with him again. We guess she can't stay mad at him.
16th Oct '15 2:06:11 PM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: Similar what was later done in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' and ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'', the spider that bit Peter in this series was tied into the research of Curt Connors, the Lizard. The same neogenetics research later resulted in the creation of the Scorpion and ComicBook/MorbiusTheLivingVampire and, both Vulture and Silvermane showed interest in Connors's work.
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: Similar what was later done in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' and ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'', the spider that bit Peter in this series was tied into the research of Curt Connors, the Lizard. The same neogenetics research later resulted in the creation of the Scorpion and ComicBook/MorbiusTheLivingVampire and, ComicBook/{{Morbius}}, and both Vulture and Silvermane showed interest in Connors's work.
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