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'''{{eps|Old Soldiers}}''' is the [[X-Men Season Five|seventy-third]] and fourth to last episode of {{xm}}. It originally aired on February 22, 1997. Written by [[Len Wein]], it features the only appearance of [[Captain America]] (voiced by [[Lawrence Bayne]]) on the series and the only pre-Weapon X scenes of [[Wolverine]]. Coincidentally, or not, Captain America's origins were explored in the {{sm}} episode {{eps|The Cat}}, which aired just fourteen days before.
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'''{{eps|Heroes and Villains}}''' is the [[Spider-Man: The New Animated Series Episodes|first episode]] of {{smtnas}}, originally aired on July 11, 2003. Actually, it was the tenth episode written for the series and the sixth produced. The episode was written by [[Morgan Gendel]] and directed by [[Tim Eldred]].
   
In a cemetery near the [[Eiffel Tower]] in [[Paris]], three American soldiers visit the grave of a comrade who died fifty years before. They stumble across a man visiting there who looks exactly like another soldier they knew named Logan. They leave passing him off merely as Logan's son. The [[X-Men|X-Man]] remembers them but lets them go. He finds the grave of [[Andre Cocteau]] and curses him for dying before he could do the job himself.
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The students of Empire State University, including {{C|Mary Jane Watson|smtnas}}, are protesting the bulldozing of Villeroy Towers, where many students and employees live. They are upset they are being forced to move without compensation. {{C|Spider-Man|smtnas|Peter Parker}} leaves his friends Mary Jane and {{C|Harry Osborn|smtnas}} at the rally to photograph the unveiling of a large jewel. At the museum, the jewel is stolen by a man called {{C|Turbo Jet|smtnas}}. Spider-Man chases him but loses the thief when innocents are endangered. The jewel is then found by the protesters who turn it in for the reward money to use for their cause.
   
In flashbacks during [[World War II]], Logan was working for the Office of Strategic Services doing "black bag" work. In 1944, Logan infiltrated the [[Nazi]]-held capitol of [[France]] to find a resistance hideout. There, he meets Justine Cocteau and [[Happy Sawyer]]. Sawyer tells Logan that Monsieur Cocteau is a valuable scientist to the Allied war effort and is being held by the enemy in a fortified chateau. Logan's orders are to either rescue Cocteau or silence him. On his way there, Logan finds two German soldiers chasing a boy who is out past curfew. Logan attacks but is saved by [[Captain America]], who is ordered to join him on the mission.
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People turn against Spider-Man for fighting the Robin Hood-like figure, including Harry who believes the wallcrawler killed his {{C|Norman Osborn|smtnas|father}}. Harry goes to Oscorp Industries to deal with his father's business. They want Harry to auction off a telescope belonging to Galileo Galilei for the science center they want to build where the Villeroy Towers are. That night Spider-Man fights Turbo Jet again. Turbo Jet injures some guards before making off with a valuable book. The book also makes its way to the protesters helping their cause.
   
The two scale a cliff to sneak into the Chateau, using long metal climbing claws. Once at the top Logan finds the claws useful for fighting the enemy keeping them on. They sneak into the stronghold silently taking down enemies as they go. The two find Andre, who for some reason refuses to leave. Logan knocks him out and drags him away. However, they soon become trapped by the enemy and captured. [[Red Skull]] appears and thanks Andre for sounding the alarm, revealing that the scientist is working for the Axis powers.
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A protester overhears Harry telling Peter that his father's company is the one destroying the towers so they all turn against him and his friends. Later, Spider-Man figures out that Turbo Jet is Lewis Wyler, a former {{C|National Aeronautics and Space Administration|smtnas|NASA}} engineer turned janitor who built an {{C|A/R Spacesuit|smtnas|experimental suit}} before stealing from his company. Spider-Man follows and overhears that Wyler doesn't care about the Towers at all, he's just getting paid to steal things. The next day, Harry tells Peter and Mary Jane about the telescope. Spider-Man oversees the reveal knowing Turbo Jet will appear. Harry reveals that he will donate the telescope to help fund the people's relocation. Turbo Jet gets the telescope only to learn it's a fake. Spider-Man had already warned Harry. Turbo Jet injures a protester before kidnapping Mary Jane. With her help, Spider-Man stops Turbo Jet. Later, Peter and Mary Jane share a kiss.
 
Logan and Captain America are taken to a torture chamber where Red Skull taunts them. He leaves them alone and Logan uses [[Captain America's Shield|Captain America's shield]] to free them. They find Andre and engage the enemy forces. When his forces fall, Red Skull activates Andre's work: an enormous Sleeper robot with miniguns for arms. Captain America destroys the Sleeper and goes after his rival. The [[Howling Commandos]] detonate an explosive that engulfs the chateau in flames. During the chaos, Logan and Captain America chase Red Skull and Andre to a plane where the Nazis escape. The two heroes meet Sergeant [[Nick Fury|Fury]] and his Commandos where Logan becomes upset at losing their target. Captain America is just glad to have destroyed a Nazi operation.
 
 
Back in the present, Logan wonders why anyone would honor a traitor like Cocteau. An elderly Justine approaches him to tell him the full story. Andre was a double agent who sabotaged the enemy plans for rockets and atomic bombs from within. The mission was meant to fail, to make his defection look real. Realizing the truth, Logan carves the word "HERO" onto the headstone then heads to a bistro with Justine.
 
   
   
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"Heroes and Villains" is the first episode of Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, originally aired on July 11, 2003. Actually, it was the tenth episode written for the series and the sixth produced. The episode was written by Morgan Gendel and directed by Tim Eldred.

The students of Empire State University, including Mary Jane Watson, are protesting the bulldozing of Villeroy Towers, where many students and employees live. They are upset they are being forced to move without compensation. Peter Parker leaves his friends Mary Jane and Harry Osborn at the rally to photograph the unveiling of a large jewel. At the museum, the jewel is stolen by a man called Turbo Jet. Spider-Man chases him but loses the thief when innocents are endangered. The jewel is then found by the protesters who turn it in for the reward money to use for their cause.

People turn against Spider-Man for fighting the Robin Hood-like figure, including Harry who believes the wallcrawler killed his father. Harry goes to Oscorp Industries to deal with his father's business. They want Harry to auction off a telescope belonging to Galileo Galilei for the science center they want to build where the Villeroy Towers are. That night Spider-Man fights Turbo Jet again. Turbo Jet injures some guards before making off with a valuable book. The book also makes its way to the protesters helping their cause.

A protester overhears Harry telling Peter that his father's company is the one destroying the towers so they all turn against him and his friends. Later, Spider-Man figures out that Turbo Jet is Lewis Wyler, a former NASA engineer turned janitor who built an experimental suit before stealing from his company. Spider-Man follows and overhears that Wyler doesn't care about the Towers at all, he's just getting paid to steal things. The next day, Harry tells Peter and Mary Jane about the telescope. Spider-Man oversees the reveal knowing Turbo Jet will appear. Harry reveals that he will donate the telescope to help fund the people's relocation. Turbo Jet gets the telescope only to learn it's a fake. Spider-Man had already warned Harry. Turbo Jet injures a protester before kidnapping Mary Jane. With her help, Spider-Man stops Turbo Jet. Later, Peter and Mary Jane share a kiss.


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