Spiderman Cartoon Episodes
- (Cartoon episode) On Her Majesty’s Sewer Service
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- The Spider-Man film series consists of superhero films based on the fictional Marvel Comics character of the same name.
- Spider-Man is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko. He first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962).
- Spider-Man, also known as Spider-Man: The Animated Series, was an American animated series starring the Marvel Comics superhero, Spider-Man. The show ran on Fox Kids from November 19, 1994, to January 31, 1998. The producer/story editor was John Semper, Jr.
spiderman cartoon episodes – The Spectacular
Volume 5 of The Spectacular Spider-Man further confirms that this animated adaptation of the web-slinger’s adventure is one of the best ever produced, thanks to its smart scripting, plentiful action, and respect for the source material. In all four episodes on this single-disc set, taken from Spider-Man’s second season, he’s pitted against villains both old and new while attempting to navigate the pitfalls of school, romance, and responsibility. The season 2 opener, “Blueprints,” introduces the would-be magician Mysterio, who makes life difficult for Spidey just when he’s trying to sort out a burgeoning romance with Gwen Stacey. Mysterio returns in “Reinforcement,” which finds him part of the Sinister Six (here comprising Sandman, Rhino, Vulture, Electro, Mysterio, and Kraven the Hunter, who is the key foe in “Destructive Testing”). Meanwhile, the identity of the crime boss known as the Master Planner is revealed in volume 5’s final episode, “Shear Strength”–and it’s a neat twist on par with the true identity of the Big Man in season 1. The Master Planner’s team (which includes Electro and the Tinkerer) is bent on world domination, adding some tension to Peter Parker’s uncertainty about whether to be with Gwen or Liz Allen. It’s an exciting, well-crafted quartet of episodes, each displaying the series’ core strengths, not least of which is the solid vocal cast, led by Josh Keaton as Peter Parker and Spider-Man. Too bad there aren’t any extras to make the disc extra-Spectacular. –Paul Gaita
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spiderman cartoon episodes
While fans breathlessly await the fate of the computer-animated New Adventures of Spider-Man (it remains in limbo after being dropped by MTV in 2003), they can enjoy all 13 episodes of its first season on this two-disc set, which includes a wealth of extras. Mainframe Entertainment (which created the cult Saturday morning series ReBoot) and writer/executive producer Brian Michael Bendis (the Ultimate Spider-Man comic) give the venerable story a spin by placing Peter Parker (voiced by Neil Patrick Harris) in college alongside pal Harry Osborn (Ian Ziering) and longtime crush Mary Jane Watson (singer Lisa Loeb). As usual, Parker/Spidey must conceal his secret identity while wrangling a host of foes, which are a mix of ones drawn from the comic book (The Lizard, Kraven the Hunter) and brand new enemies (Talon, voiced by rapper Eve). Spider-Man fans seem firmly divided into “for” and “against” camps over the animation, which beautifully captures Spidey’s web-slinging, but often looks awkward when depicting everyday movement. Die-hard series viewers and Spider-Man/Marvel collectors in general will be pleased by the set, which includes behind-the-scenes featurettes and commentary by the creators. –Paul Gaita