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Series Spider-Man
Release Date October 31, 1997
Episode Number 60
Writer John Semper, Jr.
Meg McLaughlin
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Mary Jane Watson-Parker has the powers of Hydro-Man. Spider-Man follows clues from her dreams to find out her secret. Can he handle the truth?


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  • When robot, along with the cart, crashes against the wall, this would cause the tunnel to collapse. However, everything stays intact despite the explosion.


  • Death of the Hydro-Man and Mary Jane Watson clones.
  • Only appearance of Miles Warren.
  • Alistair Smythe makes a cameo appearance.



On the show's twentieth anniversary, a clip of Mary Jane's clone dying was shown at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo. Following the clip, Ballantine began crying as she had not seen it since the show aired. [1]

Comic Book Resources ranked this episode and its predecessor as the second greatest episode of the series. They noted how Hydro-Man was creepy even without his powers as he's obsessed with Mary Jane. They felt it ended with the most heart-wrenching moment in the series as the Mary Jane clone died. They called it an emotional roller coaster unlike any other. They noted that few other episodes in the series were capable of conveying that much emotion in such a short amount of time.[2]

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