Spider-Man 1994

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Spider-Man (1994) tells the story of a 19-year-old Peter Parker in his first year at Empire State University, and his alter-ego Spider-Man. The show features Spider-Man's classic villains, including the Kingpin, the Green Goblin, the Lizard, the Scorpion, Doctor Octopus, Mysterio, the Rhino, the Shocker, The Vulture and the Chameleon, as well as more recent villains such as Venom, Carnage and the Hobgoblin.

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Here's the synopsis of episode 54:

Keane Marlow, an old friend of Uncle Ben, reappears in Aunt May's life and is introduced to Peter Parker. Peter discovers that his parents were involved in international espionage and sets out to investigate at the S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters. Meanwhile, the Kingpin and Herbert Landon hire the Insidious Six to retrieve a mysterious item called the Doomsday Device. The first step of the plan: to break Chameleon out of the S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters!

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Spidey287
Spidey287

Not at the same time in the same series but you get the idea.

Spidey287
Spidey287

I think there should be cartoons of both Peter Parker as Spider-man younger and as an adult.

realdes24man
realdes24man

basically you wish they had the 1994 cartoon style right!

Spawn_Guy
Spawn_Guy

tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FanD... •The Old Timer: (Also known as "Methuselah") The Old Timer's been around since the beginning (or a very long time, anyway), and isn't going to let you forget it. They too have an overdeveloped sense of entitlement, but this time it's based on how much time they've invested rather than money, or devotion. Because they've stuck with it over the years, they believe that they're far more important to the franchise than these kids and 'Johnny-come-latelys' who have only just arrived, and resent the show changing in any way to include them. They view the franchise through a sharp Nostalgia Filter; the show is never as good as How It Used To Be, and any criticisms raised of the show at / before this point will be viciously rebuffed. Especially long-running properties will attract Old Timers who will resent and attempt to get rid of younger fans who had the misfortune of being born after the property (and they) were. It can also happen to works that are no longer in production (classics) - but still manages to attract younger fans. Essentially, they're the grumpy old men of the fandom constantly complaining about the good old days and shouting at the "young whippersnappers" to "get off their lawn", saying that they're too young to deserve it. tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Nost... www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~sstoneb/tf/n... "True Fan" is a bullshit term used by insecure, narrow-minded people acting holier-than-thou, trying to make themselves feel better by putting themselves up on the "True Fan" pedestal while kicking others off. There is no such thing as a "True Fan". There is only "Fan". Any measurement of fandom is arbitrary and personal AT BEST. What you know, what you own, or what individual aspects of TFs you like does NOT define whether one is a "Fan" or not, and frankly, doesn't make anybody a bigger or better fan than anybody else. Quit thinking that trivia and collection size equals penis length. (Apologies to the female TF fans out there, but you know what I mean.) I don't care if you could rattle off every tech-spec from memory BACKWARDS, myself. I don't care if you own every TF ever made, including rare prototypes. I don't care if you could act out for me every episode of the American and Japanese cartoons, including the voices. Anyone who hates/likes Beast Wars or Machine Wars is a TF Fan. Anyone who hates/likes Action Masters, MicroMasters, Pretenders, or any other generally disliked subgroup is a TF Fan. Anyone who likes G1 but doesn't know what G2, BW or MW *is* is a TF Fan. Anyone new to TFs who only knows BW is a TF Fan. Anyone who likes G1 but doesn't know anything about the Japanese or European lines is a TF Fan. Anyone who only likes the first two years of G1 toys is a TF Fan. Anyone who likes the toys but knows jack about the cartoon/comic fiction is a TF Fan. Anyone who doesn't care about ANY of the toys but enjoys the cartoon/comic is a TF Fan. Anyone who only likes the first two seasons of the G1 cartoon is a TF Fan. Anyone who only likes the comic is a TF Fan. Anyone who thinks the Decepticons have got it right is a TF Fan. Anyone who doesn't like the way any of the fiction went but likes the characters is a TF Fan. Do you see where I'm going with this? Possessions and trivia don't enter into it. Personal likes/dislikes don't enter into it. Those are ASPECTS of TF Fandom, they don't DEFINE it.

realdes24man
realdes24man

A true spiderman fan would want to see stan lee vision and spiderman 1994 was closer than spectacular. The majority seems to forgot that then. plus artwork you know how i feel about that!

Spawn_Guy
Spawn_Guy

To the majority of Spider fandom, it did.

Spawn_Guy
Spawn_Guy

Spectacular Spider-Man, chump. And it did.

realdes24man
realdes24man

this is what a new spider-man cartoon should surpass but i haven't seen anything yet.