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'''{{eps|Worlds Apart, Part One}}''' is the [[Spider-Man Unlimited Episodes|first episode]] of {{smu}} and originally aired October 2nd, 1999. It is the first of the two-part series premiere. The episode was written by [[Michael Reaves]] and [[Will Meugniot]]. While the series was not originally intended to be a sequel to {{sm}}, this episode established connections with the previous series, such as using {{Joe Perry}}'s theme music, while a producer would later state the entire series took place between {{eps|The Lizard King}} and {{eps|The Prowler}}.
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'''{{eps|Worlds Apart, Part Two}}''' is the [[Spider-Man Unlimited Episodes|second episode]] of {{smu}} and originally aired October 9th, 1999. It is the second of the two-part series premiere. The episode was written by [[Michael Reaves]] and [[Will Meugniot]] and directed by [[Patrick Archibald]].
   
[[Colonel]] [[John Jameson]] ([[John Payne]]) is preparing to launch in the ''Solaris One'' space shuttle. John explains to the crowd of reporters that they discovered an [[Earth]]-like planet on the other side of the solar system they have dubbed [[Counter-Earth]]. When they sent a probe to the planet, through a warp ring they developed, the probe was destroyed. In the audience, [[J. Jonah Jameson]] (Richard Newman) is incredibly proud of his son. Photographer [[Spider-Man|Peter Parker]]'s ([[Rino Romano]]) [[Spider-Sense]] suddenly goes off and he [[Spider-Man Costume|changes]] into the [[superhero]] Spider-Man. He sees the symbiotes [[Venom]] ([[Brian Drummond]]) and [[Carnage]] ([[Michael Donovan]]) climb aboard the shuttle. Spider-Man boards and tries to stop them. They talk about something called the [[Synoptic]] before overpowering him forcing him off. Footage aboard the shuttle shows the symbiotes entering and attacking John before the transmission cuts out. The shuttle goes through the warp ring and Earth can no longer see it.
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Immediately following the [[Episode:Worlds Apart, Part One|previous episode]], [[Spider-Man]] ([[Rino Romano]]) is held captive by the [[Knights of Wundagore]]. Before [[Sir Ram]] ([[Ron Halder]]) can dissect him, Spider-Man gets [[High Evolutionary]] (Richard Newman) to recount how he came into power. After leaving [[Earth]] (seen in {{xm}}'s {{eps|Family Ties}}), he arrived on [[Counter-Earth]] looking for a utopia only to find another planet plagued by war. Considering [[human]]s a disease, he created the [[bestial]]s and took over the planet with his animal-hybrids on top. He considers Spider-Man an unpredictable variable in his perfect world that must be eliminated.
   
Jameson blames Spider-Man for his son's disappearance. The people of [[New York City]] turn against the hero, doing things like burning an effigy of him and using pepper spray when he helps them. Jameson offers a substantial reward for his capture. When a building becomes engulfed in flames, Spider-Man races to help. Despite saving a woman, the firefighters abandon saving the building to turn the hoses on the hero. The building starts to collapse and Spider-Man pushes an attacking firefighter to safety, apparently being crushed by debris. The building is destroyed and firefighters discover Spider-Man's ruined mask in the rubble believing him to be dead. Peter finds comfort in [[Mary Jane Watson]] ([[Jennifer Hale]]) and they watch the news coverage of Spider-Man's controversial career. She tells him that maybe he should let Spider-Man stay dead and focus on being Peter. As he considers her words, news breaks that John has sent a message from Counter-Earth. The broken transmission says he is fighting creatures on the planet and warns that they could attack Earth. Peter vows to save John at any cost.
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Spider-Man frees himself and escapes. At the same time, [[Human Resistance]] members [[Karen O'Malley]] ([[Kimberly Hawthorne]]), [[Git Hoskins]], and Bromley ([[Christopher Gaze]]) attack the facility to rescue him. The group flees through the city with the Knights in pursuit. They escape the Knights then flee into the sewers, with [[Lady Vermin]] ([[Jennifer Hale]]) secretly following. They lead Spider-Man through the tunnels to their headquarters. Vermin relays their position and though [[Lord Tyger]] ([[David Sobolov]]) wishes to attack High Evolutionary forces him to stand down in favor of a team of specialists. At a dock, [[Venom]] ([[Brian Drummond]]) and [[Carnage]] ([[Michael Donovan]]) attack two guards taking control of them with [[Symbiote Spore|spores]] as part of the [[Synoptic]]'s plan. They reveal they are the specialists and wonder if this Spider-Man is the real deal or a Counter-Earth knock-off. They then discuss plans to take over the planet.
   
Six months later, Peter sneaks into the facility that is launching the ''Solaris Two'' rescue mission. He uses nanotechnology "[[Theft|borrowed]]" from [[Mister Fantastic|Reed Richards]] to form a new technologically advanced Spider-Man outfit. While sneaking aboard the shuttle, he is confronted by [[Nick Fury]] (Mark Gibbon). Spider-Man explains he has to clear his name and Fury lets him go. Spider-Man then sends a transmission explaining he is leaving to save John, and says Peter Parker is going with him. The shuttle launches and goes through the warp ring. He sees Counter-Earth, which sends out a tractor-beam that pulls him in. The shuttle comes in too fast and [[Machine Men]] ([[Dale Wilson]]) arrive to help slow him down. The shuttle crashes in a New York-like city and goes up in flames. Spider-Man barely escapes but leaves behind his picture of MJ that burns up.
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Meanwhile, Spider-Man finds his welcome at the point of several guns, including that of [[John Jameson]] ([[John Payne]]). John demands proof that it is really the same hero from his world. He asks the name of the photographer who always takes Spider-Man's picture, which he fakes difficulty answering. John is satisfied when the symbiote-controlled bestials attack. An enormous gunfight ensues between the two sides. Vermin appears and kisses Spider-Man. Venom and Carnage appear realizing they are after their nemesis. Spider-Man uses his new suit's sonic device to drive off the symbiotes and destroy the spores.
   
The machines try to arrest him and he flees. He is suddenly confronted by four animal-like humanoids called the [[Knights of Wundagore]]: the noble leader [[Lord Tyger]] ([[David Sobolov]]), brutish [[Lady Ursula]] ([[Tasha Simms]]), sexually aggressive [[Lady Vermin]] (Hale), and sadistic scientist [[Sir Ram]] ([[Ron Halder]]). They wonder, since he calls himself Spider-Man, if he is [[human]] or [[bestial]]. When Spider-Man escapes them, he finds that the world is filled with the animal-like bestials. He goes to the depths of the city where he finds the human population living in slums. He flees into an abandoned building and uses his stealth technology to elude the Knights. The power for this mode runs out and he is captured by the Knights. He is taken to a lab where the Knight's leader, [[High Evolutionary]] (Newman), orders them to get a DNA sample leading to a [[Episode:Worlds Apart, Part Two|cliffhanger ending]].
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With the day won, John decides to [[Murder|execute]] the bestial prisoners. Spider-Man convinces him not to after saying they are innocents who were controlled by the symbiotes. Later, John states he won't leave Counter-Earth until [[Human Revolution|humans are free]]. He also points out Solaris One was confiscated while Solaris Two was destroyed. O'Malley tells Spider-Man that all humans have a tracking chip, the Resistance jams theirs, but Spider-Man does not making him the pivotal figure in their war. When Spider-Man hesitates to join, they give him a bag with clothes and money so he can experience the world firsthand. The next day, Peter saves a young boy, [[Shane Yamada-Jones]] ([[Rhys Huber]]), from a malfunctioning [[Machine Men|Machine Man]] ([[Dale Wilson]]) but injures his hands. The boy's mother, [[Naoko Yamada-Jones|Naoko]] ([[Akiko Anne Morison]]), fixes him up then lets him rent a room in her [[Naoko Yamada-Jones' Clinic|clinic]]. Settling into his new home, Peter vows to return to [[Mary Jane Watson]].
   
   
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<center>[[List of Deathdays|Rest in Peace]] actor [[Robert Axelrod]], who was the first to play [[Punisher]]'s ally [[Chip|Microchip]] outside the [[Marvel Comics|comics]] and well known for playing Lord Zedd in the ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'' franchise. (Born May 29th, 1949; Died September 7th, 2019)</center>
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Venom Finds Spider-Man on Counter-Earth

"Worlds Apart, Part Two" is the second episode of Spider-Man Unlimited and originally aired October 9th, 1999. It is the second of the two-part series premiere. The episode was written by Michael Reaves and Will Meugniot and directed by Patrick Archibald.

Immediately following the previous episode, Spider-Man (Rino Romano) is held captive by the Knights of Wundagore. Before Sir Ram (Ron Halder) can dissect him, Spider-Man gets High Evolutionary (Richard Newman) to recount how he came into power. After leaving Earth (seen in X-Men's "Family Ties"), he arrived on Counter-Earth looking for a utopia only to find another planet plagued by war. Considering humans a disease, he created the bestials and took over the planet with his animal-hybrids on top. He considers Spider-Man an unpredictable variable in his perfect world that must be eliminated.

Spider-Man frees himself and escapes. At the same time, Human Resistance members Karen O'Malley (Kimberly Hawthorne), Git Hoskins, and Bromley (Christopher Gaze) attack the facility to rescue him. The group flees through the city with the Knights in pursuit. They escape the Knights then flee into the sewers, with Lady Vermin (Jennifer Hale) secretly following. They lead Spider-Man through the tunnels to their headquarters. Vermin relays their position and though Lord Tyger (David Sobolov) wishes to attack High Evolutionary forces him to stand down in favor of a team of specialists. At a dock, Venom (Brian Drummond) and Carnage (Michael Donovan) attack two guards taking control of them with spores as part of the Synoptic's plan. They reveal they are the specialists and wonder if this Spider-Man is the real deal or a Counter-Earth knock-off. They then discuss plans to take over the planet.

Meanwhile, Spider-Man finds his welcome at the point of several guns, including that of John Jameson (John Payne). John demands proof that it is really the same hero from his world. He asks the name of the photographer who always takes Spider-Man's picture, which he fakes difficulty answering. John is satisfied when the symbiote-controlled bestials attack. An enormous gunfight ensues between the two sides. Vermin appears and kisses Spider-Man. Venom and Carnage appear realizing they are after their nemesis. Spider-Man uses his new suit's sonic device to drive off the symbiotes and destroy the spores.

With the day won, John decides to execute the bestial prisoners. Spider-Man convinces him not to after saying they are innocents who were controlled by the symbiotes. Later, John states he won't leave Counter-Earth until humans are free. He also points out Solaris One was confiscated while Solaris Two was destroyed. O'Malley tells Spider-Man that all humans have a tracking chip, the Resistance jams theirs, but Spider-Man does not making him the pivotal figure in their war. When Spider-Man hesitates to join, they give him a bag with clothes and money so he can experience the world firsthand. The next day, Peter saves a young boy, Shane Yamada-Jones (Rhys Huber), from a malfunctioning Machine Man (Dale Wilson) but injures his hands. The boy's mother, Naoko (Akiko Anne Morison), fixes him up then lets him rent a room in her clinic. Settling into his new home, Peter vows to return to Mary Jane Watson.


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