Spider-Man: The Animated Series is a 1994 television series that is one of my personal favorites.
- Cohesive story arcs.
- Appearances from characters from other '90s shows, like X-Men and Iron Man.
- Has some of the best versions of Spider-Man and his supporting
- Giving this more backstory, maybe waiting seasons before giving them their alter ego personas.
- Made for 3-Dimension character personalities, even making J. Jonah Jameson at least semi-likable in the process.
- Christopher Daniel Barnes has become one of the definitive voices of Spider-Man.
- It's about as out of lip-sync as a Japanese monster flick.
- There are some truly corny lines of dialogue.
- After a while, you notice that Spider-Man never punches anyone!
- Night of the Lizard
- The Spider Slayer
- Return of the Spider Slayer
- Doctor Octopus: Armed and Dangerous - Check
- The Menace of Mysterio
- The Sting of the Scorpion
- Kraven the Hunter
- The Alien Costume, Part 1 - Check
- The Alien Costume, Part 2 - Check
- The Alien Costume, Part 3 - Check
- The Hobgoblin, Part 1
- The Hobgoblin, Part 2
- Day of the Chameleon
- Chapter I: The Insidious Six
- Chapter II: Battle of the Insidious Six
- Chapter III: Hydro-Man
- Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda
- Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge
- Chapter VI: Morbius
- Chapter VII: Enter the Punisher
- Chapter VIII: Duel of the Hunters
- Chapter IX: Blade, the Vampire Hunter
- Chapter X: The Immortal Vampire
- Chapter XI: Tablet of Time
- Chapter XII: Ravages of Time
- Chapter XIII: Shriek of the Vulture
- Chapter XIV: The Final Nightmare
I have found out some sad, sad news today. Stan Lee has passed away today at the age of 95. Stan Lee built the Marvel Universe that we know today. This legend created such characters as Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Hulk, X-Men, Daredevil, I would be here all day if I were to list every character Stan Lee created for Marvel Comics. This is truly a sad day. Rest in peace Stan Lee. Excelsior!Brandonbaker01 (talk) 22:53, November 12, 2018 (UTC)
After years of waiting the PS4 exclusive Spider-Man game is finally out. I finally beat the main story last night but I still have much more to do with all the side missions in the game. I really enjoied the game. At times it could be really challenging but it was still fun to play. It was a very interesting story that put a spin on Dr. Octopus's origin. I also liked the redesigns that were made to Spider-Man's costume (with the big white spider) and his enemies. Without giving away any spoilers with the way the game ended I am excited for a sequel. Even though I have beat the main story I still have much to do with all the side missions spread through New York City.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 17:31, September 13, 2018 (UTC)
Here is what I would have loved to have seen in Spiderman: The Animated Series. Here's some I could think of.
Plot Twists-Instead of Jason Macendale being the Hobgoblin, Richard Fisk was due to wanting to takeover his father's empire. It was originally planned in the comic books for Richard Fisk to be the Hobgoblin and Roderick Kingsley to be the Rose. Kingsley becomes the Rose in this version. Like in the comics, Roderick Kingsley is a fashion designer and billionaire, who has criminal underworld connections as the Rose and had come about his wealth through unethical business practices and corporate raiding. Coincidentally, Kingsley was also the employer of Mary Jane Watson for a time. The real Mary Jane returns, learns Peter's secret, an…
I was going to report on this earlier but have not had access to my computer. I have recently found out that Steve Ditko, the co-creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, was found dead at his home on June 29, 2018. He was 90 years old.
TMZ reported that Ditko was found unresponsive in his apartment on June 29, 2018 by a social worker who was checking on him.
Joseph Campanella, the voice of the Lizard, passed away yesterday (5-16-18) at his home in Sherman Oaks, California. He was 93 years old.
So this past weekend (4-7-18) I went to Dallas, Texas and attended the FanExo. I got to meet some amazing people such as Chuck Norris, Ben Affleck, Jason Momoa, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, and of course the one and only Rob Paulsen. He was such a nice guy and was kind enough to record a video for me which I posted on the home page. Honestly out of all the big name stars that were there my two favorites to meet were Rob Paulsen and Anthony Daniels. They were both so nice. I'm sure the others were nice guys also but unfortunately I didn't get much of a chance to talk to them. I hope I can go again next year.
This week issue eighteen of Cyborg will be released. This will be the final issue written by John Semper Jr. Actor and comic book writer, Kevin Grevioux (who is best known for his role in the Underworld movies) will be the new writer for the series. John Semper Jr. revealed this in a facebook post where he also said that very soon he would reveal some big news. Hopefully the big news has something to do with War of the Rocket Men.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 21:52, November 5, 2017 (UTC)
Hi. I'm Brandonbaker01, the head administrator of this wiki. Over the weekend (September 9, 2017) I went to the Arkansas ComiCon in Little Rock, Arkansas. While there I got to meet actors such as Ernie Reyes Jr., David Fielding, Austin St. John, Walter Jones, Ernie Hudson, Vernon Wells, John Morton, David Ankrum, and Tamara Glynn. I also got to meet Sam de la Rosa. Sam de la Rosa was an inker for the comic book series, Spider-Man Adventures which was based on Spider-Man: The Animated Series. He was a really nice guy.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 00:00, September 11, 2017 (UTC)
Len Wein passed away today (September 10, 2017) at the age of 69. Len Wein is best remembered for his work in both DC and Marvel Comics. While with DC Len Wein created Swamp Thing. While Len Wein worked for Marvel Comics he created or co-created the characters Wolverine, Nightcrawler, storm, and Colossus.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 23:50, September 10, 2017 (UTC)
Yesterday day (7-15-17) Martin Landau, the first voice of Scorpion on Spider-Man: The Animated Series, passed away at the age of 89.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 02:18, July 17, 2017 (UTC)
July 6, 2017
"I can confirm the sad news that Joan Lee passed away this morning quietly and surrounded by her family," a spokesperson for Stan Lee and his family said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. "The family asks that you please give them time to grieve and respect their privacy during this difficult time."Brandonbaker01 (talk)
On November 16, 2016 the chairman of The Walt Disney Company, Bob Iger, rewarded Stan Lee for 75 years of working for Marvel Comics with a one-of-a-kind bronze figure of Spider-Man and Mickey Mouse.
Today (11-7-16) I would like to wish a very happy birthday to Christopher Daniel Barnes, the voice of Spider-Man on Spider-Man: The Animated Series.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 04:29, November 8, 2016 (UTC)
Today (9-7-16) is the release of a new DC Comics title about Cyborg. The Cyborg comic book series is part of DC's rebirth series which is a reboot of the DC universe. The series is written by John Semper Jr.
Today (9-5-16) new set photos from Spider-Man: Homecoming have been released. The photos released show Bokeem Woodbine as the Shocker. Shocker is one of the films villains and will possible be working for Michael Keaton's Vulture.
Today I would like to wish a very happy birthday to Mr. John Semper Jr. the creator of Spider-Man: The Animated Series.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 15:21, August 14, 2016 (UTC)
Today marks the end of the crowd funding campaign for John Semper's new animated series, War of the Rocketmen. The total raised was $17,655.00 which gives Semper enough money to create a presentation for the pilot.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 17:06, June 12, 2016 (UTC)
June 3 marks the 47th anniversary of when the original Star Trek series ended in 1969.
Creeporia, also known as the Crypt of Creeporia, is now streaming on Amazon Video. The Crypt of Creeporia started production three years ago and now it has been released free on Amazon Video for anyone that has Amazon Prime. Creeporia was written and directed by John Semper Jr.
Today markks the ninteenth anniversary of Edward Mulhare. Mulhare was known for his role in the original Knight Rider and played Spencer Smythe in Spider-Man.
Over the weekend Star Trek actor, George Tekei, has gone on Facebook and posted a rant against Marvel Studio's explanation for casting Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One in the Doctor Strange film, calling their reason a "red herring."
Swinton was cast as the Ancient One to not offend the Chinese who are major movie goers and could greatly affect Doctor Strange's performance at the box office.
"This backpedaling is nearly as cringeworthy as the casting," Takei said. "Marvel must think we're all idiots."
In response to the reasoning behind the ethnicity change of the Ancient One by screenwriter Robert Cargill, Takei wrote: "Marvel already addressed the Tibetan question by setting the action and the Ancient One in Kathmandu, Nepal in the film. It…
Yesterday (5-2-16) marked the second anniversary of the death of Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Efrem Zimbalist Jr. was best known for playing Alfred in Batman: The Animated Series, and for his roles in 77 Sunset Strip, and The F.B.I.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man reboot has officially been named Spider-Man: Homecoming. The movie is scheduled to be released July 7, 2017.
John Semper Jr. announced today (3-27-16) that he would be taking over the writing of the Cyborg comic book series for DC Comics. According to Semper he will be creating new and exciting stories for the character.
Originally there was going to be a post credit scene at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In the scene Gustav Fiers would have gone to a secret level in OsCorp and walked up to Norman Osborn's frozen, decapitated head and said "Wake up old friend." This would have set up Norman Osborn's return for The Amazing Spider-Man 3, but of course the sequal was cancelled.
The newest trailer for Captain America: Civil War has arrived today (3-10-16). At last we get our first look at Tom Holland as Spider-Man! In my opinion this is the best version of the Spider-Man costume that we have seen in a live action Marvel movie. It looks AMAZING (pun intended).
It has been reported that Zendaya, the star of the Disney Channel series Shake It Up, has been cast as an unknown character in the 2017 Spider-Man reboot which is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She will star alongside Tom Holland who has been cast as Spider-Man. (March 7, 2016)
Zendaya will play a character named Michelle. (March 14, 2016)
This is my opinion of the top ten episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series. This is not a definitive list. Feel free to add your top ten lists in the comments below. This list is also in no particular order.
- The Alien Costume, Part II: This in my opinion this was one of the best episodes of season one. This episode wasn't the standard hero vs. villain story that most of the season one episodes followed. In this episode Spider-Man was fighting himself, or rather the alien symbiote that was turning him evil. Also Spider-Man almost committed murder! You don't see that in many episodes, not just in Spider-Man: The Animated Series but in all other Spider-Man cartoons. This episode also led into the first appearance of one of Spider-Man's most…
I just discovered the coolest thing on the Spider-Man: The Animated Series facebook page. For those of you that have watched Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends you know that the opening theme is just music with a narration. However, I bet you didn't known that a version of the song was written with lyrics. The song was written and composed by Johnny Douglas who also composed the music for Transformers and G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. In 1981 the song was released on a 45rpm
Spider-Man spins, Spider-Man wins every time.
Helping good friends bring to the war against crime.
Shooting his web he can fly on to the group hordes to the ground.
Spidey has friends, friends who can come to his aide.
Firestar flies, Iceman glides never afraid.
Today (December 31, 2015) is the two year anniversary of the death of James Avery. Avery was best known for playing Uncle Phil in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Shredder in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. Avery also starred as War Machine in the Iron Man cartoon from the 90's and made two guest appearances in Spider-Man: The Animated Series as War Machine.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 17:26, December 31, 2015 (UTC)
Today is Stan "The Man" Lee's 93rd birthday. Happy birthday to the man behind the creation of Spider-Man and several other beloved Marvel characters.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 04:09, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is proving to be out of this world, breaking another industry record with a $100 million-plus Friday — the first triple-digit-million day in box office history. Insiders tell TheWarp that the tally could reach as high as $130 million by the time Friday night becomes Saturday morning.
This tops the previous $91.1 million record held by "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" in July 2011. "The Force Awakens" is also on track to blow past the opening weekend record set by "Jurassic World" in June.
Because "The Force Awakens" is entering uncharted box office territory, typical moviegoing patterns make it difficult to forecast where the film's opening weekend tally may wind up. After all, there were long lines …
The Warrior is a short story written by Christopher Daniel Barnes that was released in 2013.
The Warrior is a short story exploring the psychology and sociology of post-traumatic stress disorder within the context of a fantasy setting. The story is meant to address the struggles that societies and individuals face when dealing with the myriad horrors of war and the challenges inherent to reintegrating the soldier into the larger community of the peaceful civic body. Religion, government, and caste structure have all played their parts in attempting to solve this dilemma, and The Warrior is one perspective on how these elements have both helped and hindered such efforts.
WARNING: The Warrior is intended for adult readers and contains graphic …
- Note: These are just rumors for the plot and should be taken with a grain of salt. Given how secretive Marvel Studios is more then likley these rumors will not be true.
The main villain will actually be Norman Osborn with J. Jonah Jameson and Scorpion also being featured. The film will have him declaring Spider-Man a public menace and placing a very public bounty on his head. The bounty draws out various criminals . Many of these criminals will not become the villains they become, but we will see Sandman, Electro, and even Mysterio before they become villains. Jonah hires Mac Gargan, who is not Scorpion yet but rather a P.I.
During the tailing of Spider-Man, Gargan starts to learn more about Spider-Man and gets close to finding out who he is…
According to new online rumors the villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man movie will be Norman Osborn and Scorpion. Osborn will will be the main villain who is in the shadows pulling strings and Scorpion will be the secondary antagonist and will be Norman's muscle.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 16:47, December 13, 2015 (UTC)
This month marks the sixth year anniversary of the death of Carl Ballantine, the father of Sara Ballantine.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 16:47, December 13, 2015 (UTC)
Mysterio, Shocker, Kraven the Hunter, and Kingpin (played by Vincent D'Onofrio in Marvel's Daredevil) are rumored to be the villains in the reboot Spider-Man movie to be released in 2017.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 16:49, December 13, 2015 (UTC)
This week 26 years ago (on November 17, 1989) marks the release of the Disney movie The Little Mermaid which starred Christopher Daniel Barnes as Prince Eric.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 16:50, December 13, 2015 (UTC)
According to Mark Hamill, until the screening of The Empire strikes Back, Harrison Ford had no idea that Darth Vader was in fact Luke's father due to a Non-Disclosure Agreement .
- I didn't tell Harrison, or my wife because it would be terrible if she said something to a fan and it got out.
- When we saw the first screening Harrison turned to me and said "You never told me that."
That is pretty crazy to know just how secretive Lucasfilm was with perhaps the biggest plot twist EVER! It was definitely a lot easier to keep a secret in the 70's. In today's world, it seems as if every plot twist is spoiled one way or another online, unless you are Star Wars of course.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 16:52, December 13, 2015 (UTC)