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

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  • Martin Landau was the original voice for Mac Gargan, a.k.a. the villain Scorpion. However, after he recorded dialog for the three episodes featuring the Scorpion in the show's second season,…
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    Martin Landau was the original voice for Mac Gargan, a.k.a. the villain Scorpion. However, after he recorded dialog for the three episodes featuring the Scorpion in the show's second season, Landau had won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Ed Wood and was not able to do voice-over acting work anymore. He was replaced by Richard Moll, who provided the voice for the Scorpion in seasons four and five.
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  • The Incredible Hulk/Dr. Bruce Banner was actually supposed to appear on the 3-part "Secret Wars" storyline in Season 5. However, the Hulk was unable to appear on the series in Seasons 4 and 5…
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    The Incredible Hulk/Dr. Bruce Banner was actually supposed to appear on the 3-part "Secret Wars" storyline in Season 5. However, the Hulk was unable to appear on the series in Seasons 4 and 5 because the The Incredible Hulk was going tor air on rival network, UPN. As a result of the Hulk, and all related characters, being unavailable to the crew, the Lizard was written in the Hulk's place in the three "Secret Wars" episodes to make the story more "Spider-Man centric" than the "Secret Wars" comic mini-series.
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  • Peter Parker's character design was originally intended to resemble the one seen in the comics. However, the design was switched towards the final production of the show after Stan Lee wanted…
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    Peter Parker's character design was originally intended to resemble the one seen in the comics. However, the design was switched towards the final production of the show after Stan Lee wanted Peter Parker to look more contemporary. Stan Lee described how how he wanted Peter Parker to look and Bob Richardson drew what Stan was describing. The final design bears a slight resemblance to Nicholas Hammond though younger and more contemporary.
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