History WesternAnimation / TheSpectacularSpiderman

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?
11th Sep '17 6:25:37 PM Manny20444
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* TruerToTheText: ''The Spectacular Spider-Man'' is the most faithful adaptation of the ''[[Franchise/{{SpiderMan}} Spider-Man]]'' comics (along with his mythos, supporting cast, allies, and rogues gallery) in comparison to most of the Spider-Man adaptations that have been created before the show and all of the Spider-Man adaptations that have been created after the show:

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* TruerToTheText: ''The Spectacular Spider-Man'' is the most faithful adaptation of the ''[[Franchise/{{SpiderMan}} Spider-Man]]'' comics (along with his mythos, supporting cast, allies, and rogues gallery) gallery, etc) in comparison to most of the Spider-Man adaptations that have been created before the show and all of the Spider-Man adaptations that have been created after the show:



** 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 Norman was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, Norman is the Green Goblin, "a bad man turned worse" and his psychopathic, manipulative, abusive MadBomber aesthetic, as well as his {{Gaslighting}} of his own son, is 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 Animated version and the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', which argued that Norman [[spoiler: Norman]] was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, Norman [[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, son]], is [[spoiler: Norman Osborn 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.
11th Sep '17 3:01:48 PM Manny20444
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* {{Meganekko}}: Gwen Stacy (until towards the end of the series when she is just like her comic book incarnation).

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* {{Meganekko}}: Peter Parker, who started off wearing glasses, and Gwen Stacy (until towards the end of the series when (but not as much as Peter. However, she is does gradually become just like her comic book incarnation).counterpart).



* MythologyGag: Has [[MythologyGag/TheSpectacularSpiderMan its own page]].

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* MythologyGag: Has The series has [[MythologyGag/TheSpectacularSpiderMan its own page]].
11th Sep '17 2:53:55 PM Manny20444
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** The SixthRangerTraitor - Mysterio and Kraven, who join in Season 2.

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** The SixthRangerTraitor SixthRanger - Mysterio and Kraven, who join in Season 2.
11th Sep '17 2:52:42 PM Manny20444
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19th Aug '17 9:52:25 AM Manny20444
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* TookALevelInJerkass: The instant Doc Ock's tentacle harness fuses to him, he goes from a [[TheWoobie meek, nervous little man]] into an EvilGenius and LargeHam.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: The instant After Doc Ock's tentacle harness fuses to him, him due to the lab accident, he goes from a [[TheWoobie meek, nervous little man]] into an EvilGenius and LargeHam.LargeHam thanks to the brain damage that he suffers from.



** Mary-Jane Watson's personality as an aloof but genuinely warm and loyal friend for both Peter and Gwen was how she was originally conceived in the comics. Likewise, for being the only friend in Peter's circle who doesn't have baggage and is more or less on good terms with everyone. She also doesn't end up very often as a DamselInDistress and [[spoiler:is a hero in her own right when she comes to rescue Gwen from Venom in the finale of Season 1, getting the rest of M-Cube to use the parade float as a giant cushion for her fall]].

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** Mary-Jane Watson's physical appearance and personality as an aloof but genuinely warm and loyal friend for both Peter and Gwen was were how she was originally conceived in the comics. Likewise, for being the only friend in Peter's circle who doesn't have baggage and is more or less on good terms with everyone. She also doesn't end up very often as a DamselInDistress and [[spoiler:is a hero in her own right when she comes to rescue Gwen from Venom in the finale of Season 1, getting the rest of M-Cube to use the parade float as a giant cushion for her fall]].
19th Aug '17 9:50:16 AM Manny20444
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** This version of the Green Goblin is a truer version to the original character than the Fox Animated version and the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', which argued that Norman was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, Norman is the Green Goblin, "a bad man turned worse" and his psychopathic, manipulative, abusive MadBomber aesthetic, as well as his {{Gaslighting}} of his own son, is Norman Osborn in all his ugliness. Likewise, the Goblin's personality and plan for the two seasons, i.e., take over New York's underworld 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 Animated version and the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', which argued that Norman was a flawed but decent man turned evil. Here, Norman is the Green Goblin, "a bad man turned worse" and his psychopathic, manipulative, abusive MadBomber aesthetic, as well as his {{Gaslighting}} of his own son, is Norman Osborn in all his ugliness. Likewise, the Goblin's personality and plan 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.
13th Aug '17 10:45:52 AM JulianLapostat
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* DrugsAreBad: The Globulin Green formula that Harry abuses is made into an analogy for steroids and other drugs. The aesop about drugs is so strong that Flash Thompson gets livid when Harry mentions he played for the team while juiced and reports it to the school authorities even if it means that they would have to return the trophy and have their statistical victories expunged.
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