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After they were unsuccessful in defeating Spider-Man, they spilt up and concentrated on their own, solo efforts. When Kingpin devised a new plan for world domination, he once again called on the six, replacing the late Mysterio with The Vulture. After helping Fisk locate the six keys required for the Doomsday Weapon and helping create Electro, the Six again split after The Kingpin was almost killed by the master of electricity, never to reunite again.
 
After they were unsuccessful in defeating Spider-Man, they spilt up and concentrated on their own, solo efforts. When Kingpin devised a new plan for world domination, he once again called on the six, replacing the late Mysterio with The Vulture. After helping Fisk locate the six keys required for the Doomsday Weapon and helping create Electro, the Six again split after The Kingpin was almost killed by the master of electricity, never to reunite again.
 
[[Image:Sinister6second.jpg|left|thumb|The Second Installment of the Team]]
 
[[Image:Sinister6second.jpg|left|thumb|The Second Installment of the Team]]
In the comics, the team was called the Sinister Six but was changed in this show because the network felt that sinster was too scary of a word for a kid's show.
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In the comics, the team was called the Sinister Six but was changed in this show because the network felt that sinster was too scary of a word for a kid's show. Ironic, because another Marvel show of the time, [[X-Men]] had a villain named Mister [[Sinister]].
   
 
In the [[Spider-Man (Video Game)|''Spider-Man'']] tie in game to the show their name is changed to the [[Insidious Six|Syndicate Six]] and their members are [[Doctor Octopus]], [[Chameleon]], [[Scream]], [[Beetle]], [[Hypno-Hustler]], and [[Electro]].
 
In the [[Spider-Man (Video Game)|''Spider-Man'']] tie in game to the show their name is changed to the [[Insidious Six|Syndicate Six]] and their members are [[Doctor Octopus]], [[Chameleon]], [[Scream]], [[Beetle]], [[Hypno-Hustler]], and [[Electro]].

Revision as of 23:07, 31 July 2011

Insidious Six
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Team Affiliations Doctor Octopus, Chameleon, Scorpion, Shocker, Rhino, Mysterio (deceased), Vulture (replaced Mysterio)

The Six Unmask Spider-Man

The Kingpin sprang the six supervillains from prison, as he required their services to finally rid himself of Spider-Man. Kidnapping May Parker, the Six hoped to get Parker to lead Spider-Man into a trap. After a battle with a powerless Spider-Man, they unmasked him. Believing Peter to be a fake, they again used him in hopes of luring Spider-Man.

The Six, sans Scorpian

After they were unsuccessful in defeating Spider-Man, they spilt up and concentrated on their own, solo efforts. When Kingpin devised a new plan for world domination, he once again called on the six, replacing the late Mysterio with The Vulture. After helping Fisk locate the six keys required for the Doomsday Weapon and helping create Electro, the Six again split after The Kingpin was almost killed by the master of electricity, never to reunite again.

The Second Installment of the Team

In the comics, the team was called the Sinister Six but was changed in this show because the network felt that sinster was too scary of a word for a kid's show. Ironic, because another Marvel show of the time, X-Men had a villain named Mister Sinister.

In the Spider-Man tie in game to the show their name is changed to the Syndicate Six and their members are Doctor Octopus, Chameleon, Scream, Beetle, Hypno-Hustler, and Electro.

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