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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Nov. 19, 1994
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
The WB TV Network

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Spider-Man (1994)

After being bitten by a radioactive spider, young Peter Parker finds that he now has spider-like super powers and resolves to use his talents for fighting crime, and becomes the superhero known as Spider-Man.

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05x13 Spider Wars (2): Farewell, Spider-… Aired: Jan. 31, 1998

With Spider-Man having beaten Spider-Carnage, he is taken to the power-less Spider-Man's dimension, in which he is a comic book hero, and the …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 5 seasons and 65 episodes air between 1994 and 1998.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • David Warner (i) was the original voice for the Red Skull in the season four episode, "The Cat". He was replaced by Earl Boen when the Red Skull would return for multiple episodes in season…
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    David Warner (i) was the original voice for the Red Skull in the season four episode, "The Cat". He was replaced by Earl Boen when the Red Skull would return for multiple episodes in season five.
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  • This series was originally going to have Norman Osborn become the Hobgoblin because, due to a decision made by crew members who ultimately left the "Spider-Man" show, the Hobgoblin was going…
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    This series was originally going to have Norman Osborn become the Hobgoblin because, due to a decision made by crew members who ultimately left the "Spider-Man" show, the Hobgoblin was going to make his debut before the Green Goblin. However, Spider-Man's co-creator Stan Lee, rejected the idea of Norman becoming the Hobgoblin and Norman would instead create the Goblin equipment for the Hobgoblin.
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  • Supervising Producer Bob Richardson said that of all the show's seasons, season five was the most problematic. The mistakes in those episodes, as well as the animation's poor quality and…
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    Supervising Producer Bob Richardson said that of all the show's seasons, season five was the most problematic. The mistakes in those episodes, as well as the animation's poor quality and overtly-repeated scenes for season five, were a result in a three-month delay in writing the season five scripts. When the scripts did finally arrive, most of which were written by John Semper, the season five stories were the most complex scripts the "Spider-Man" animated series had. Richardson said the season five scripts "went against everything we were trying to do in an effort to keep the workload on all of the production at a reasonable level", due to the new characters, locations and guest hero and villain powers included. Semper wrote most of the stories in season five himself due to several writers, including Brooks Wachtel and Stan Berkowitz, leaving the series during the three-month delay for season five.
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