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18th Oct '17 11:58:50 AM WillKeaton
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* WalkingArmory: When Kraven first confronts Spider-man, he attacks with a bow and arrow. When that doesn't work he pulls out a pair of huge knives. When those doesn't work he pulls out a boomerange, then bolos, a blow dart, a spear, and finally, his bare hands.

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* WalkingArmory: When Kraven first confronts Spider-man, he attacks with a bow and arrow. When that doesn't work work, he pulls out a pair of huge knives. When those doesn't work work, he pulls out a boomerange, then bolos, a blow dart, a spear, and finally, resorts to using his bare hands.
18th Oct '17 11:57:53 AM WillKeaton
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* WalkingArmory: When Kraven first confronts Spider-man, he attacks with a bow and arrow. When that doesn't work he pulls out a pair of huge knives. When those doesn't work he pulls out a boomerange, then bolos, a blow dart, a spear, and finally, his bare hands.
18th Oct '17 11:44:12 AM WillKeaton
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* HomageShot: Numerous Comic Book Covers are used in the series including [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingFantasy/Large/AmazingFantasy15.jpg Amazing Fantasy #15]], [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man033.jpg Amazing Spider-Man #33]], [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man039.jpg #39]], [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man100.jpg #100]], and more.

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* HomageShot: Numerous Comic Book Covers are used in the series including [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingFantasy/Large/AmazingFantasy15.jpg Amazing Fantasy #15]], #15,]] [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man033.jpg Amazing Spider-Man #33]], #33,]] [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man039.jpg #39]], #39,]] [[http://www.samruby.com/AmazingSpider-ManA/Large/AmazingSpider-Man100.jpg #100]], #100,]] and more.
17th Oct '17 7:04:29 AM Silverblade2
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17th Oct '17 7:04:25 AM Silverblade2
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* AbortedArc: Due to the show's sudden cancellation, many questions were left unanswered:
** The Season Two finale had [[spoiler:Norman Osborn]] surviving his fight with Spider-Man and escaping the country, as well as having Gwen be forced to stay with Harry out of pity leaving more romantic tension to be resolved later. There was also the Miles Warren angle, likely setting up an adaptation of ComicBook/TheCloneSaga. There's also the symbiote still being at large.
** To a lesser extent there was also Norman Osborn's/[[spoiler: The Chameleon's]] phone conversation with a "Gargan." Clearly foreshadowing Scorpion. Not to mention if Spider-Man and Black Cat would ever reconcile after their last meeting ended on a bitter note.


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* CutShort: Due to the show's sudden cancellation, many questions were left unanswered:
** The Season Two finale had [[spoiler:Norman Osborn]] surviving his fight with Spider-Man and escaping the country, as well as having Gwen be forced to stay with Harry out of pity leaving more romantic tension to be resolved later. There was also the Miles Warren angle, likely setting up an adaptation of ComicBook/TheCloneSaga. There's also the symbiote still being at large.
** To a lesser extent there was also Norman Osborn's/[[spoiler: The Chameleon's]] phone conversation with a "Gargan." Clearly foreshadowing Scorpion. Not to mention if Spider-Man and Black Cat would ever reconcile after their last meeting ended on a bitter note.
8th Oct '17 6:23:21 AM Manny20444
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** As usual, the Green Goblin.



** As usual, the Green Goblin.



* SpiderSense: Of course.

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* SpiderSense: Of Spider-Man has this as one of his powers, of course.



** This version of the Green Goblin is a truer version to the original character from the comics than the Fox Animated version and the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', which argued that [[spoiler: Norman]] was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, [[spoiler: Norman]] is the Green Goblin, "a bad man turned worse" and his psychopathic, manipulative, abusive MadBomber aesthetic, as well as [[spoiler: his {{Gaslighting}} of his own son]], is [[spoiler: Norman Osborn]] in all his ugliness. Likewise, the Goblin's personality and plans for the two seasons, i.e., take over New York's underworld and killing Spider-Man, is how Creator/SteveDitko conceived him, as is his great athleticism and flexibility making him the only villain who can keep up with the web-slinger.

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** This version of the Green Goblin is a truer version to the original character from the comics than the Fox Creator/{{Fox}} Animated version [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries version]] and the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', which argued that [[spoiler: Norman]] was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, [[spoiler: Norman]] is the Green Goblin, "a bad man turned worse" and his psychopathic, manipulative, abusive MadBomber aesthetic, as well as [[spoiler: his {{Gaslighting}} of his own son]], is [[spoiler: Norman Osborn]] in all his ugliness. Likewise, the Goblin's personality and plans for the two seasons, i.e., take over New York's underworld and killing Spider-Man, is how Creator/SteveDitko conceived him, as is his great athleticism and flexibility making him the only villain who can keep up with the web-slinger.
26th Sep '17 1:59:28 PM VulgarBee
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* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Sandman gets progressively more creative with the ability to turn into sand. By the second season he's using his sand-shifting with a finesse that would impress [[OnePiece Sir Crocodile]].

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* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Sandman gets progressively more creative with the ability to turn into sand. By the second season he's using his sand-shifting with a finesse that would impress [[OnePiece [[Manga/OnePiece Sir Crocodile]].
17th Sep '17 5:36:48 PM Manny20444
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* LeParkour: Just like in the comics & the films, Spider-Man here doesn't just WallCrawl, he wall ''runs,'' too. Black Cat pulls it off as well.

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* LeParkour: Just like in the comics & and the films, Spider-Man here doesn't just WallCrawl, he wall ''runs,'' too. Black Cat pulls it off as well.
12th Sep '17 7:18:16 PM Manny20444
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* TheWorfBarrage: Spidey's webbing very rarely works. Lampshaded in "Gangland":
-->'''Spider-man''': I've gotta start making that stuff stronger.



* YouFightLikeACow: Spider-Man's famous battle patter. Averted in "Group Therapy", where he takes down the Sinister Six without a word, because [[spoiler: he's ''asleep''.]] Octopus even says that he knew Spidey was getting serious when he stopped quipping.

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* YouFightLikeACow: Spider-Man's famous battle patter. Averted in "Group Therapy", where in the second battle he takes down the Sinister Six without a word, because [[spoiler: he's ''asleep''.]] Octopus even says that he knew Spidey was getting serious when he stopped quipping.



-->'''Spidey:''' You know, applause from you...makes me wanna ''shower''.

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-->'''Spidey:''' You know, an applause from you...makes me wanna ''shower''.
12th Sep '17 7:15:54 PM Manny20444
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* WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys: So far, it hasn't been mentioned where his webbing comes from(nor how he created it), or where the web shooters themselves came from(nor how he created them), or how he got his hands on a spotlight that fits on his belt and projects an image of his mask. In fact, it has never been mentioned how he invented without both his uncle and/or aunt discovering what he was doing
** Not to mention, how did he ''sew that suit'' without his uncle and/or aunt catching on to what he was doing?
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