Western Animation: Spider Man Unlimited aka: Spider-Man Unlimited
Spider-Man Unlimited was an animated television series, running from October 1999 to March, 2001. A total of 13 episodes. A sequel series of sorts to Spider-Man: The Animated Series. It sees Peter Parker forced to go to another Earth after John Jameson’s ship gets attacked by Venom and Carnage and as per Spidey’s luck, the hero gets blamed for it. After "borrowing" a suit made of nano-machines, Spider-Man goes to Counter-Earth to rescue Jameson and clear his name.Upon getting to Counter-Earth, Spider-Man discovers that the High Evolutionary has made himself at home and created Beast Men that run the planet and normal humans are treated like second class citizens. Along the way, he discovers that John Jameson is alive and well, leading a rebellion against the High Evolutionary; that Venom and Carnage came to the planet with the intend to conquer it; and that the planet does have some vastly different versions of his old foes.Generally, the series isn't held in high regards compared to other Spider-Man series as it viewed as putting Spider-Man in a situation that's un-Spider-Man-like, like putting him on another world. However, it has gained a cult following due to the same reasons, and it is currently being shown on Disney XD.Was released on DVD in UK in 2010.
A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Inverted. When X-51 rebels against his programming, it makes him more insistent about protecting innocents than either his fellow machine men or those who built them.
The Atoner: Counter-Vulture, who grew up as a human in the "Upper World" who joined his Beastial friends in tormenting humans, then realized how terrible the things he had done were and resolved to end human mistreatment.
Beast Man: Really expected, considering the the High Evolutionary's involvement. It also features the first adaptation of John Jameson as Man-Wolf.
Big Bad: The High Evolutionary and Venom and Carnage.
Blob Monster: Venom and Carnage have somehow become this for the duration of this series.
Lampshaded in the first episode, as Spider-Man observed their powers had been upgraded.
Broad Strokes: The show was not designed as a continuation of Spiderman The Animated Series and there are no real similar story elements (the only iffy section is it references the Black Suit storyline, but that is just due to the character of Eddie Brock/Venom in general), but it was similar enough in art style and premiered months after STAS that viewers assumed it was a sequel series. It wasn't and it probably didn't help the series in the long run with viewers feeling deceived.
Bystander Syndrome: Spider-Man continually tries to convince himself that the Counter-Earth humans's plight is this. Doesn't stop him from involving himself on numerous occasions anyway.
The Cameo: Doctor Octopus appears briefly in the first episode.
Chronic Villainy: One episode has Eddie Brock having his symbiote forced off of him. As with many points in various Spider-Man continuities, he proves that he is actually still a decent guy if given the chance. However, as with just about every other example of this happening, it's followed by a situation in which Eddie is forced to become Venom again and forget everything he learned.
Clear My Name: One of Spidey's reasons for going to Counter-Earth is to rescue John Jameson after it's generally believed that Spider-Man sabotaged his shuttle, with—as usual—John's dad, J. Jonah Jameson, leading the bulk of it.
Cliffhanger: The series ended with the symbiote about to take over Counter-Earth. Viewers were Left Hanging due to the series' cancellation...
Missing Episode: Several scripts were written for the second season, including the resolution of the cliffhanger, but were never produced.
Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like: At the end of "One is the Loneliest Number". Granted, having her place of business destroyed was terrible, but Carnage was the one who attacked, and he and Venom together were the ones who did all of the damage. The Doc really had no right to claim that Spidey was as bad as them. Even worse since she's dealt with Spidey on a number of occasions already, including several in which he saved both her and Shane, and should thus be aware of this.
Counter Earth: Spider-Man tries to rescue John Jameson on a counter-Earth.
Darker and Edgier: This really stands out when compared to TAS and the amount of censorship it got.
Dating Catwoman: Parodied with Lady Vermin. She certainly wants this, but Spidey sees it as pure Squick, but takes advantage of it for infiltration purposes a couple times.
The Dragon: The Knights of Wundagore for the High Evolutionary.
Humans Are Bastards: The High Evolutionary claims this. However, it's made clear throughout the series that, for all his touting of his Beastials as "superior" and "free of humanity's flaws", they're really no better.
I Did What I Had to Do: High Evolutionary experimented on his baby granddaughter to save her life. Her parents were furious at what they did to her, so they left him. Their un-appreciation led him to turn against humanity.
Info Dump: In the first episode, Spidey explains all about his new suit before he boards the shuttle. The thing is, he's alone - going on at length about something he already knows and that no one else (besides the viewer) is around to hear.
Invisibility Cloak: Spidey's costume throughout most of the show has this ability. He can't use it for long periods, though, due to it overheating the suit.
Moral Myopia: The High Evolutionary is made of this. He states that he rebuilt Counter-Earth society so eliminate greed, selfishness, hate, etc. However, it's incredibly clear that he doesn't mind any of these things so long as humans are the victims and not the aggressors.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: In the first episode, Spider-Man is blasted by firehouses from firefighters that want Jonah's reward. They're doing this while a building is burning down... in front of them!
Screwed by the Network: The series was placed up against Pokemon in its prime and got crushed. After three episodes, rather than given a different timeslot, the series was outright pulled from the schedule. Over a year later, the remaining episodes were burned off - completely coincidentally in the months leading up to the release of the first movie.
Ungrateful Bastard: Sir Ram gets saved by Spidey a couple times. If anything, he gets even more contemptuous whenever this happens.
In "One Is The Loneliest Number", when Spider-Man saves Eddie Brock by retrieving the symbiote that had been separated from him, Spidey is rewarded with another attempt on his life. Then again, this is Venom talking rather than Eddie, so a bit more justification there.