Trivia: Ultimate Spider-Man
Trivia tropes for the comics:
- Crack Is Cheaper: A direct market copy of the first issue is unusually pricey, currently valued at nearly $200. That's much cheaper than, say, Action Comics #1 or Detective Comics #27 (which will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions), but those comics are many decades old, whereas USM #1 is only from 2000.
- Fandom Nod: In Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, after much fan complaint over the way Lafuente drew Peter's hair, Bendis decided to write up a scene with Mary Jane, Kitty, and Gwen forcing Peter to get a haircut, using several arguments fans used to bash his hairstyle.
- What Could Have Been: Spider-Man: The New Animated Series was originally going to be an adaptation of this comic series. Instead, it was changed into being a sort of follow-up to the first live-action film.
Trivia tropes for the video game:
- Hey, It's That Voice!
- Sean Marquette (Mac) is Spider-Man.
- Andrea Baker (Clover) is Mary Jane.
- Daniel Capellaro (Shinji Tanaka) is Eddie Brock.
- Arthur Burghardt (Destro, Devastator) is Venom.
- Dave Fennoy (Tetrax Shard, Pong Krell) is Nick Fury.
- Keith Szarabajka is Wolverine.
- Brian George (Parasite, Appa Ali Apsa) is Shocker and Adrian Toomes.
- Jennifer Hale is Silver Sable (for the first time).
- Peter Lurie (Dan Dastun, Sabretooth, Kidomaru) is the Green Goblin.
- James Arnold Taylor is Electro.
- David Kaufman is the Human Torch for the first time.
- Loren Lester is Richard Parker.
- Bob Glouberman (Gorou "Shibumi" Mizuno) is Rhino.
- John Billingsley (Dr. Psy-Q Hi) is Bolivar Trask.
- Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Primate Councilor) is Beetle.
- Jane Hajduk is Sharon Carter.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Mary Jane and Silver Sable are Clover and Sam.
- What Could Have Been: There were apparently plans to give cameos to The Ultimates, as revealed in the game's storyboards.
- Nick Fury shows up, at the very least.