History WesternAnimation / SpiderManTheNewAnimatedSeries

2nd Jul '16 7:18:20 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** "Mary wants something about my personal life. Help me, Harry won Kenobi. [[Franchise/StarWars You're my only hope.]]

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** "Mary wants something about my personal life. [[Franchise/StarWars Help me, Harry won Kenobi. [[Franchise/StarWars You're my only hope.]]
2nd Jul '16 2:27:34 PM Morgenthaler
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** "Mary wants something about my personal life. Help me, [[TheObiWan Harry won Kenobi.]] [[Franchise/StarWars You're my only hope.]]

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** "Mary wants something about my personal life. Help me, [[TheObiWan Harry won Kenobi.]] Kenobi. [[Franchise/StarWars You're my only hope.]]
18th Jun '16 12:10:15 PM MrReviser121
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It needs love on the character sections.
14th Jun '16 6:23:18 AM Anicomicgeek
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The series makes a lot of references to taking place after the first live-action movie, but ''Spider-Man 2'' seems to ignore it, based mainly on the fact that [[spoiler: Curt Connors/The Lizard dies in this series, but is alive, well, and apparently has never transformed before in the film.]]
** [[spoiler: That and Peter and Harry's living arrangements are reflective of most of the first movie where they're sharing an apartment, whereas their living arrangements in the second and third movies had Harry back in his dad's penthouse and Peter in a small apartment (chances are they took hold when Norman died).]]
** There are a few things that are carried over into the second movie like Harry's drinking and tension with Peter due to the latter taking Spider-Man photos. Which is probably coincidental more than anything.
* 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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* CanonDiscontinuity: The series makes a lot of references to taking place after the first live-action movie, but ''Spider-Man 2'' seems to ignore it, based mainly on the fact that [[spoiler: Curt Connors/The Lizard dies in this series, but is alive, well, and apparently has never transformed before in the film.]]
** [[spoiler: That and
Additionally, Peter and Harry's living arrangements are reflective of most of the first movie where they're sharing an apartment, whereas their living arrangements in the second and third movies had Harry back in his dad's penthouse and Peter in a small apartment (chances (and chances are they took hold when Norman died).]]
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]] There are a few things that are carried over into the second movie like Harry's drinking and tension with Peter due to the latter taking Spider-Man photos. Which is probably coincidental more than anything.
* 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.
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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.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: At the end of the series, one of the psychic twins, Roxanne, tricks Spider-Man into [[spoiler: pushing Indy of the roof of a building by creating an illusion where he thought he was fighting against her instead. As a result of this, Peter quits being Spider-Man.]]

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: MyGodWhatHaveIDone:
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At the end of the series, one of the psychic twins, Roxanne, tricks Spider-Man into [[spoiler: pushing Indy of the roof of a building by creating an illusion where he thought he was fighting against her instead. As a result of this, Peter quits being Spider-Man.]]



* WHAMEpisode: "The Party" is where the series really starts to take a darker turn where two regular characters are killed (one of them by Spidey himself) and is one of the few times in the character's history that he has knowingly broken his ThouShaltNotKill rule.

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* WHAMEpisode: WhamEpisode: "The Party" is where the series really starts to take a darker turn where two regular characters are killed (one of them by Spidey himself) and is one of the few times in the character's history that he has knowingly broken his ThouShaltNotKill rule.
25th Dec '15 8:48:14 PM jormis29
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* BadassNormal: Kraven, Talon, and SilverSable.

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* BadassNormal: Kraven, Talon, and SilverSable.ComicBook/SilverSable.



* EnhanceButton: When Peter accidentally captures video of an assassination attempt on the Mayor, part of the tape is broadcast on Empire 1. Silver Sable, the perpetrator, then breaks into his apartment to try and steal the tape, in case she appeared in the unaired part of the video. Indy and Peter deduce the burglar's motive, and then "Auto-Sharpen" a still from the video to reveal Silver Sable pointing a gun in the background.

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* EnhanceButton: When Peter accidentally captures video of an assassination attempt on the Mayor, part of the tape is broadcast on Empire 1. Silver Sable, ComicBook/SilverSable, the perpetrator, then breaks into his apartment to try and steal the tape, in case she appeared in the unaired part of the video. Indy and Peter deduce the burglar's motive, and then "Auto-Sharpen" a still from the video to reveal Silver Sable pointing a gun in the background.
12th Dec '15 7:21:28 PM KiwiBoba
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* KilledOffForReal: A good number of villains end up dead as a result of their actions in this series.

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* KilledOffForReal: A good number of villains end up dead as a result of their actions in this series.series, such as The Lizard and Electro.
25th Sep '15 3:34:44 PM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptedOut: ExecutiveMeddling that frowned on old people being present saw J. Jonah Jameson get DemotedToExtra, and ensured that Robbie Robertson and--outside of a picture--Aunt May and Uncle Ben never appeared at all.

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* AdaptedOut: ExecutiveMeddling that frowned on old people being present saw J. Jonah Jameson get DemotedToExtra, and ensured that Robbie Robertson and--outside Robertson--and outside of a picture--Aunt May and Uncle Ben never appeared at all.
25th Sep '15 3:31:06 PM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptedOut: ExecutiveMeddling that frowned on old people being present saw J. Jonah Jameson get DemotedToExtra, and ensured that Robbie Robertson and--outside of a picture--Aunt May and Uncle Ben never appeared at all.
15th Jan '15 9:29:00 AM Anicomicgeek
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* OutOfOrder: Technically, many episodes, thanks to Creator/{{MTV}} and production order isn't much help, with only the order on the DVD set showing how they fit in continuity, but especially "Head Over Heels" and "The Party", "Head Over Heels" aired after former and featured a pre-Electro Sam Dillon, but "The Party" featured his transformation into Electro.
30th Dec '14 4:04:22 AM StFan
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After the success of the [[Film/SpiderMan first Spider-Man 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 [[Film/SpiderMan first Spider-Man film]], ''Film/SpiderMan1'' film, Sony and Mainframe Entertainment released '''''Spider-Man: ''Spider-Man: The New Animated Series''''' 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''.






!!''Spider-Man: The New Animated Series'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''Spider-Man: The New Animated Series'' provides examples of the following tropes:!!Tropes:
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