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Secret Wars Chapter 5: Farwell Spider-Man
The Beyonder uses his powers to teleport the powerless Spider-man to stop Kingpin and Spider-Carnage from destroying all of reality. Spider-Man reveals to the Kingpin that he was duped by Spider-Carnage into creating a bomb to destroy all realities.

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Secret Wars Chapter 4: I Really, Really Hate Clones
Spider-Man finds himself in yet another dimension, thanks to Beyonder. There he finds that Hobgoblin and the Green Goblin have been working together and have destroyed the city.

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Secret Wars Chapter 3: Doom
Dr. Doom absorbs the Beyonder's power and uses it to fight off Spider-Man's team.

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Secret Wars Chapter 2: The Gauntlet Of The Red Skull
Spider-Man and his team plan to infiltrate the Red Skull's base, along with a group of freedom fighter from the destroyed planet.

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Secret Wars Chapter 1: The Arrival
Madame Web brings Spider-Man to meet her master, The Beyonder, who is preparing to put Spider-Man to the ultimate test. He sends Dr.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 5: The Price Of Heroism
Red Skull uses the Dooms Day Device to transport power into his son and transforms him into Electro. As Electro begins to absorb more power, he becomes even too powerful for his father to handle.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 4: The Six Fight Again
As former sidekick of the late Black Marvel, Omar had hidden the Black Marvel's keys after his death. Now aware of the Insidious Six's theft of the majority of the keys, he was sure that they would search for them.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 3: Secrets Of The Six
The Six Forgotten Warriors are said to have 6 secret keys to unlock a dangerous weapon that could destroy the world.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 2: Unclaimed Legacy
The Kingpin reunites the Insidious Six to find information on a mysterious group called the Six Forgotten Warriors.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 1
Spider-Man trespasses into S.H.I.E.L.D. and overhears Nick Fury discussing the fact that Peter Parker's parents were traitors. The Insidious Six then arrive in an attempt to break out the Chameleon. Spider-Man confronts the villains, though is rendered unconscious by Vulture and Chameleon is able to escape. The following morning, Peter appeals to Jameson he has learned that Spider-Man is planning on taking over the world in Russia, in order to receive permission to visit the country himself, however is secretly visiting to discover the truth about his parents. He states to Jonah that he will return with pictures and will be accompanied by Robbie.

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Spider Wars Chapter 2: Farewell, Spider-Man: Part 2
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 power-less Spidey is an actor who plays him! When he gets there, he meets Stan Lee, and takes him for a web-slinging adventure.

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Spider Wars Chapter 1: I Really, Really Hate Clones: Part 1
Spider-Man is chose as the leader of a bunch of fellow Spider-Man's from parallel dimensions. They have to beat Spider-Carnage, the Carnage symbiote who bonded with a parallel universe Spider-Man, otherwise, he'll destroy the entire galaxy.

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Secret Wars Chapter 3: Doom: Part 3
After turning The Thing back into Ben Grimm, Ben decides to tell Doom why they are on the strange planet. When he tells him of the Beyonder, and the transporter, Doom transports himself to the Beyonder, and steals his powers!

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Secret Wars Chapter 2: The Gauntlet of the Red Skull: Part 2
Spider-Man sends Black Cat to their planet against her will to help them battle Doc Ock and the Red Skull. They then have to reach Storm's location, where there is a military waiting to attack the Red Skull and Doc Ock.

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Secret Wars Chapter 1: Arrival: Part 1
Spider-Man is taken to a strange planet, where a guy named "The Beyonder" tells him of his god-like powers. He then shows Spider-Man a paradise-type planet, of which he introduces evil to (Doc Ock, The Red Skull, Dr.

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The Return of Hydro-Man: Part 2
Peter uses Mary Janes many clues from her dreams, and learns that she was wandering back from downtown, and everything that scared her was her imagination acting on the people around her. Her clues lead Spider-Man back to where Mary Jane came from -- the lab where Hydro-Man was brought back to life.

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The Return of Hydro-Man: Part 1
Mary Jane and Peter finally have a chance to go on their long-awaited honeymoon, though once they finally go on it, Morrie Bench (a.k.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 5: The Price of Heroism: Part 5
Electro goes power-hungry, and takes over the world. Since he can sense body energy, nobody can sneak up on him.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 4: The Six Fight Again: Part 4
Spider-Man meets the Six Forgotten Warriors, who each possess a piece of the Doomsday Device. Once all of the pieces are stolen by each member of the Insidious Six, The Kingpin then owns all six pieces.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 3: Secrets of the Six: Part 3
(L) The Six Forgotten Warriors. (C1) Captain America & Red Skull (C2) Captain America & Red Skull cont.

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 2: Unclaimed Legacy: Part 2
Peter begins investigating Russia, and decides to go out as Spider-Man. But he is no sooner ambushed by The Insidious Six!

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Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 1: Six Forgotten Warriors: Part 1
A man who was supposedly Uncle Ben's best friend, though Peter's never heard of him, visits Aunt May. Peter then learns that his parents were spies for the Russians.

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The Wedding
Mary Jane thinks it would be best if she tells Harry that she is getting married to Peter in person, but Harry is so heartbroken that he becomes the Green Goblin II again, and crashes the wedding, along with The Scorpion. Meanwhile, Felicia has returned from her trip, and decides to help Spider-Man out stopping the supervillains as the Black Cat.

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Spider-Man (1994) is an animated television series that was first aired by FOX from 1994 to 1998. The series is a captivating representation of the iconic comic book superhero created by Marvel Comics, bringing to life the thrilling adventures of Peter Parker as he balances his daily life and his superhero identity, Spider-Man. The show was part of Fox Kids Saturday morning lineup, appealing to young and old audiences alike, and is remembered for its distinctive narrative style, complex storylines, animation quality, and faithful adherence to the original Spider-Man comic book series. It was hailed as a cutting-edge animation series of its time and helped cement the place of Spider-Man in the landscape of popular culture. The series begins with Peter Parker in his college years, studying at Empire State University. Keen on weaving a realistic outline, the series does not shy away from portraying the day-to-day struggle of a common man, addressing relatable aspects like Peter juggling his academics, finances, personal life, and the responsibility of his powers. Peter’s transformation into Spider-Man took place off-screen before the series begins, allowing the series to dive right into the action and intrigue. As Spider-Man, Peter deals with a host of villains lifted straight from the pages of the comic books. Iconic villains such as the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and the Kingpin all make appearances, challenging the web-slinger and testing the limits of his abilities. Spider-Man's encounters with these villains provide some of the series' most thrilling and memorable episodes, mirroring the dynamism and intensity of the comic books. Unlike many other animated superhero shows of its time, Spider-Man (1994) was distinct for its serialized storytelling. Instead of standalone episodes, the series had arcs, where a story would be unfolded over several episodes. This added a layer of complexity and continuity to the series, making it more engaging for its viewers. Another highlight of the series is its exploration of Spider-Man’s relationships. The multifaceted relationship dynamics with characters like Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, and his best friend Harry Osborn are adeptly portrayed and play into the main narrative, contributing to the emotional depth of the series. In Spider-Man (1994), Peter Parker's voice is provided by actor Christopher Daniel Barnes. His exceptional voice acting gave birth to a relatable and human Spider-Man, infusing the character with the perfect blend of humor, courage, and vulnerability. Other characters in the series are also voiced by talented voice actors who bring the comic book characters to life, engaging the viewer and making each character distinct and memorable. The animation style of this show reflected the advancements of the mid-1990s and brought a realistic touch to the character designs. It skillfully adapted the visual style of the comic books for the television screen, pairing dynamic action sequences with vibrant illustrations of New York City’s urban landscape. Additionally, the series adapted high-tech computer animation to showcase Spider-Man’s webs, introducing a new visual spectacle to the viewers. Spider-Man (1994) enjoyed the creative input of prominent comic book writers, including Gerry Conway and Stan Lee, the co-creator of Spider-Man. Their influence imbued the series with an authentic comic-book touch, deepening its appeal to die-hard fans of the Spider-Man comic series. This series, though aimed at the younger demographic, does not shy from highlighting tough social issues and moral lessons. Themes such as personal responsibility, consequences of one's actions, and navigating loss and grief are commonplace, bolstering the series with a level of maturity and depth that differentiated it from its counterparts. In conclusion, Spider-Man (1994) is more than a simple adaptation of a comic book series. It's a beautifully constructed world that stays true to its comic origins while giving a sophisticated narrative touch to the animated domain. For both Spider-Man fans who have grown up reading the comics and new viewers just getting into the world of Spider-Man, the series provides a thrilling and emotionally resonant experience, capturing the heart of the Spider-Man story in a manner that is engaging for viewers of all ages.

Spider-Man (1994) is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 5 seasons with a total of 95 episodes, the show debuted on 1994. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.4.

Jennifer Hale, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Rodney Saulsberry, Gary Imhoff
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