History WesternAnimation / SpiderManTheNewAnimatedSeries

27th Dec '17 12:25:23 AM Omnicron13
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* BloodKnight: Shikata really enjoys fighting her enemies.
* BloodlessCarnage: Absolutely no blood is shown, yet the impact of the violence loses nothing. We have Spider-Man cut and bruised, heads sliced off and electrocution, giving even ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' a run for its money.

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* BloodKnight: Shikata really enjoys fighting her enemies.
enemies. If she enjoys fighting them enough as with the case with Spidey she'll kill anyone who gets in the way of their fights including the employer who hired her to capture Spidey to begin with.
* BloodlessCarnage: Absolutely no blood Averted. Blood is shown, yet certainly shown in certain scenes like with the Lizard's rampage through the police station. The impact of the violence loses nothing. We have Spider-Man cut cut, bleeding, and bruised, heads sliced off and electrocution, giving even ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' a run for its money.



* DeadpanSnarker: Peter is wonderfully prone to sardonic wit in this series, but this may be the one series where Harry does it just as often.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Peter is wonderfully prone to sardonic wit in this series, but this may be the one series where Harry does it just as often.often if not more.



* HonorBeforeReason: Shikata, clearly, cares more about facing Spider-Man honorably rather than turning him in on her employer's terms.

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* HonorBeforeReason: Shikata, clearly, cares more about facing Spider-Man honorably rather than turning him in on her employer's terms.terms for the money.



* KilledOffForReal: A good number of villains end up dead as a result of their actions in this series, such as The Lizard and Electro.

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* KilledOffForReal: A good number of villains end up dead as a result of their actions in this series, such as The Lizard Lizard, and Electro.
26th Dec '17 5:55:53 AM Omnicron13
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: In stark contrast to other Spider-Man animated series, the show features notably detailed forms of death like electrocution, being shot to death, and actual decapitation by sword.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: In stark contrast to other Spider-Man animated series, the show features notably detailed forms of death like electrocution, being shot to death, and actual decapitation by sword. Not to mention visible blood and dismembered fingers are shown from the violence.
26th Dec '17 5:51:22 AM Omnicron13
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: In stark contrast to other Spider-Man animated series, the show features notably detailed forms of death like electrocution, being shot to death, and actual decapitation by sword.
14th Dec '17 2:00:33 AM CaptainTedium
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* TenMinuteRetirement: [[spoiler: Averted. Peter gave up on being Spider-Man permanently by the end of the series.]]

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* TenMinuteRetirement: [[spoiler: Averted. Peter gave up on being Spider-Man permanently by the end of the series.series due to the show not being renewed for a second season.]]
12th Dec '17 1:52:01 AM CaptainTedium
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* ActionGirl: Shikata.

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* ActionGirl: Shikata.Shikata is an assassin hired to take on Spider-Man in "The Sword of Shikata".



* AntiVillain: The show's most common way of adapting villains, or even making their own {{Canon Foreigner}}s. This, combined with the show's tendencies to kill off villains, results in a lot of tragedy.

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* AntiVillain: The show's most common way of adapting villains, or even making their own {{Canon Foreigner}}s.Foreigner}}s, is by portraying them in a more sympathetic light. This, combined with the show's tendencies to kill off villains, results in a lot of tragedy.



* BadassMustache: Kraven.
* BadassNormal: Kraven, Talon, and ComicBook/SilverSable.
* BettyAndVeronica: Mary Jane and Indy fulfill these roles to Peter.

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* BadassMustache: Kraven.
Kraven has a cool moustache.
* BadassNormal: Kraven, Talon, and ComicBook/SilverSable.
ComicBook/SilverSable are all villains who don't have powers, but still prove to be challenging enemies for Spider-Man.
* BettyAndVeronica: Mary Jane and Indy fulfill these the roles of romantic rivals to Peter.



* BloodKnight: Shikata.
* BloodlessCarnage: And the impact of the violence loses nothing. We have Spider-Man cut and bruised, heads sliced off and electrocution, giving even ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' a run for its money.

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* BloodKnight: Shikata.
Shikata really enjoys fighting her enemies.
* BloodlessCarnage: And Absolutely no blood is shown, yet the impact of the violence loses nothing. We have Spider-Man cut and bruised, heads sliced off and electrocution, giving even ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' a run for its money.



* CanonForeigner: Indy and most of the villains (Christina, Shikata, Pterodax, Talon, Turbo Jet, and the Gaines Twins). The only villains from the comics were Lizard, Electro, Kingpin, Silver Sable, and Kraven. However, some of the villains from the series are [[{{Expy}} expies]] of comic antagonists. Talon being Black Cat and Turbo Jet being Rocket Racer come to mind.

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* CanonForeigner: Indy and most of the villains (Christina, Shikata, Pterodax, Talon, Turbo Jet, and the Gaines Twins).Twins) were created for this show and never appeared in the comics. The only villains from the comics were Lizard, Electro, Kingpin, Silver Sable, and Kraven. However, some of the villains from the series are [[{{Expy}} expies]] of comic antagonists. Talon being Black Cat and Turbo Jet being Rocket Racer come to mind.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Definitely more so than the usual Spidey fare.
* DeadpanSnarker: Peter is wonderfully so in this series, but this may be the one series where Harry does it just as often.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Definitely more so a lot darker than the usual Spidey fare.fare, given how often the series shows people getting killed.
* DeadpanSnarker: Peter is wonderfully so prone to sardonic wit in this series, but this may be the one series where Harry does it just as often.



* ExpressiveMask
* {{Expy}}: Talon for Black Cat and Turbo Jet for Rocket Racer.

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* ExpressiveMask
ExpressiveMask: The eyes on Spidey's mask are able to register his emotions.
* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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Talon for is loosely based on Black Cat, being an attractive thief. She was even originally going to be Black Cat and until the casting of Music/{{Eve}} persuaded the creators to retool her into a different character.
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Turbo Jet for is similar to the comic villain Rocket Racer.Racer, mainly in that he's an African-American crook who uses technology to give himself super speed.



* HonorBeforeReason: Shikata, clearly.
* HostageSituation
* InspectorJavert: Officer Barr.

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* HonorBeforeReason: Shikata, clearly.
clearly, cares more about facing Spider-Man honorably rather than turning him in on her employer's terms.
* HostageSituation
HostageSituation: "Tight Squeeze" had a group of Russian terrorists hold several people hostage and threaten to blow them up if Spider-Man didn't show up in time. [[BruceWayneHeldHostage Peter Parker was among the hostages]].
* InspectorJavert: Officer Barr.Barr is obsessed with capturing Spider-Man and proving he's a criminal.



* NeverFoundTheBody: Silver Sable. This is in fact the reason why Spider-Man isn't surprised that she shows up working with Kraven at the end of the series. [[spoiler:But, as it turns out, that was just a mental illusion]].

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* NeverFoundTheBody: Silver Sable.Sable's apparent death shows no signs of a corpse. This is in fact the reason why Spider-Man isn't surprised that she shows up working with Kraven at the end of the series. [[spoiler:But, as it turns out, that was just a mental illusion]].



* OhCrap: Peter does this especially often in this series.

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* OhCrap: Peter does this comes to the realization that he's in serious trouble especially often in this series.



* {{Samurai}}: Shikata's schtick.

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* {{Samurai}}: Shikata's schtick.schtick is that she's a warrior bound by honor.



** During one discusion with Peter and Harry about a thief-

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** "Heroes and Villains"
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During one discusion discussion with Peter and Harry about a thief-



** During Peter's CassandraTruth moment:

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*** Spider-Man contemplating why Turbo Jet is praised as a hero while [[HeroWithBadPublicity he isn't]]:
-->'''Spider-Man''': Maybe I need an image makeover. *Whilst using his fingers as makeshift "ears" and speaking in a darker tone of voice* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} I'm... Spider-Man]].
** During Peter's CassandraTruth moment: moment in "Royal Scam":



** The first (chronological) episode:
-->'''Spider-Man''': Maybe I need an image makeover. *Whilst using his fingers as makeshift "ears" and speaking in a darker tone of voice* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} I'm... Spider-Man]].
28th Nov '17 7:02:40 AM Cameony
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* AlmostKiss: Peter and MJ have one in the first episode, where MJ pins Peter close to the wall and leans in saying that she always trusts her feelings, but it turns out she was just adjustinAddedg the position of the flat-screen TV. Given this is [[OfficialCouple Peter and MJ]] we're talking about though, this is pretty much the only time one of these is teased.

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* AlmostKiss: Peter and MJ have one in the first episode, where MJ pins Peter close to the wall and leans in saying that she always trusts her feelings, but it turns out she was just adjustinAddedg adjusting the position of the flat-screen TV. Given this is [[OfficialCouple Peter and MJ]] we're talking about though, this is pretty much the only time one of these is teased.
28th Aug '17 6:02:52 PM SuperSonicHeroes
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* TakeThatKiss: Talon gives two to Spider-Man in quick succession during their first fight, though only blowing him a kiss and not actually kissing him. First, after she kicks him away and puts her goggles back on she turns back to him and blows a kiss before running off. Then, after Spider-Man is stuck holding a piece from a construction building in place to stop it from falling into the streets, Talon blows him another goodbye kiss to taunt him before dissappering.
13th May '17 4:03:24 PM nombretomado
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After the success of the first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' film, Sony and Mainframe Entertainment released ''Spider-Man: The New Animated Series'' as the first fully {{CGI}} show to feature [[Franchise/SpiderMan everyone's favourite webslinger]]. It was released in 2003 on {{MTV}}, thus gaining the FanNickname of ''MTV Spider-Man''.

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After the success of the first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' film, Sony and Mainframe Entertainment released ''Spider-Man: The New Animated Series'' as the first fully {{CGI}} show to feature [[Franchise/SpiderMan everyone's favourite webslinger]]. It was released in 2003 on {{MTV}}, Creator/{{MTV}}, thus gaining the FanNickname of ''MTV Spider-Man''.
28th Apr '17 1:32:41 AM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: The origin of the Lizard is tied into the Green Goblin as Curt Connors lost his arm thanks to Oscorp testing an explosive that's implied to be the prototype of the Green Goblin's pumpkin bomb.
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