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'''[[Spider-Man]]''' is the title character of {{sm}} and it's loose sequel {{smu}}. He also made cameo appearances in the {{xm}} episodes {{eps|Child of Light}} and {{eps|The Inner Circle}} and {{ff}} episode {{eps|Nightmare in Green}}. The character was voiced by [[Christopher Daniel Barnes]] on ''Spider-Man'' and [[Rino Romano]] on ''Spider-Man Unlimited''. [[Warren Sroka]] voiced Peter as a child in {{eps|The Mutant Agenda}} while [[Peter Mark Richman]] played the elderly version in {{eps|The Final Nightmare}}.
'''{{C|Count Dracula|dsd}}''' is the titular character of {{dsd}}. He was voiced by [[Theodore Lehmann]]. This is the first version of the [[Marvel Comics|comics]] adaptation to be seen in film. The direct-to-television production was one of the first to connect the comics version, the [[Bram Stoker]] character, and Stoker's real life historical inspiration.
 
   
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After the deaths of [[Richard Parker|Richard]] and [[Mary Parker]], their son Peter was sent to live with Richard's brother [[Ben Parker|Ben]] and his wife [[May Parker|May]] in Queens. He was smart but bullied by bigger boys and rejected by women. At a science experiment held by Dr. [[Curt Connors]], Peter was bitten by a radioactive spider and given superpowers. While trying to make money, Peter let a [[Uncle Ben's Killer|thief]] go who went and killed his Uncle Ben. He then dedicated his life to being a [[superhero]] living by his uncle's motto that "With great power comes great responsibility."
Back in the 15th century, Count Vlad Dracula III was ruler of the {{C|Balkans|dsd}} region of {{C|Transylvania|dsd}}. His lands were peaceful and prospered, but faced constant invasion by neighboring peoples like the Bulgarians, Hungarians, and the barbarian Attila the Great. The Transylvanians were adept at defending themselves and Vlad was a great military leader. They stopped all invasions but their enemies kept coming. Growing desperate, Vlad began impaling his victims on pikes and setting them across his lands as a warning. It had the opposite effect and they banned together to stop his cruelty with his gruesome death. The death attracted the attention of {{C|Satan|dsd}}. The dark lord resurrected Vlad as the first {{C|vampire|dsd}}, who would lead his forces of evil.
 
   
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Peter took a job at ''[[The Daily Bugle]]'' taking pictures of his alter ego. He was rivals with fellow photographer [[Eddie Brock]] until Brock was fired becoming the [[supervillain]] [[Venom]]. He attended [[Empire State University]] and began dating both [[Black Cat|Felicia Hardy]] and [[Mary Jane Watson]]. He began fighting other villains like [[Scorpion]], [[Shocker]], [[Rhino]], [[Hobgoblin]], [[Kingpin]], and the [[Spider-Slayer]]s. While [[J. Jonah Jameson]] used the ''Bugle'' to smear the hero, he still managed to become well liked and even got the thanks of [[Nick Fury]] and [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]].
For hundreds of years the count terrorized the world while becoming a legend. He converted the people of his lands into vampires while his {{C|Dracula's Castle|dsd|castle}} fell into ruin. In the 19th century, two {{C|Vampire Hunter|dsd|vampire hunters}} named {{C|Jonathan Harker|dsd}} and {{C|Abraham Van Helsing|dsd}} came to kill him. However, Dracula woke and killed the two of them before they could stake his heart. Eventually he found Europe too hostile towards him and he moved to {{C|Boston|dsd}} in America. He grew to resent his undead existence and plotted revenge against Satan.
 
   
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When his enemies formed the [[Insidious Six]], Peter began experiencing problems with his powers. Dr. Connors told him that his powers were further mutating. He tried to seek help from the [[X-Men]], who could only help him deal with his mutation not cure it. He eventually turned into [[Man-Spider]] requiring [[Kraven the Hunter]] and [[Punisher]] to team up to save him. Eventually, Connors used [[Vulture]]'s age-stealing technology to transfer the mutation into the old man curing Spider-Man.
In modern times, Dracula discovers the {{C|Fellowship of the Black Mass|dsd}}, a group who worships Satan, who were planning to give a woman named {{C|Dolores|dsd}} to Satan as a bride. Dracula goes to the cult's {{C|Cult Church|dsd|church}} and kidnaps the woman while pretending to be Lucifer. He takes her back to his mansion but finds he cannot bring himself to suck the blood out of her body. He still needs to feed and kills two other women. Dracula finds himself having mortal lustful thoughts and marries Dolores. The two have a child they name {{C|Janus|dsd}}.
 
   
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The interdimensional being [[Madame Web]] appeared to prepare him for major battle. During this time he saved Mary Jane from [[Baron Mordo]], saw the return of Venom and birth of [[Carnage]], and encountered his greatest enemy: the [[Green Goblin]]. Green Goblin discovered his secret identity and caused Mary Jane to disappear into limbo. Spider-Man became depressed and initially did not want Black Cat to be his partner. When Mary Jane returned, he revealed his identity and the two got married. He learned his parents were considered traitors and travelled to [[Russia]] to clear their name, but got drawn into a plot that extended back to [[World War II]] that included [[Captain America]] and [[Red Skull]].
A year later, the Black Mass offer to baptize the child and Dracula arrogantly accepts. The three go back to the church but find it is a trap. The {{C|Cult Priest|dsd|cult's priest}} became aware of Dracula's deception by the real Satan and covers all the openings with {{C|Cross|dsd|crosses}}. The priest tries to kill the vampire lord, but accidentally kills the infant Janus. Dracula kills the priest but is confronted by three new vampire hunters: {{C|Hans Harker|dsd}} (son of Jonathan), {{C|Rachel Van Helsing|dsd}} (granddaughter of Abraham), {{C|Frank Drake|dsd}} (his own descendant), and their dog {{C|Elijah|dsd}}. Dolores convinces Dracula to stop the fighting and he flees to mourn their son.
 
   
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Peter eventually learned that Mary Jane was actually a [[Mary Jane Watson (Clone)|clone]] created by [[Miles Warren]] for [[Hydro-Man]]'s [[Hydro-Man (Clone)|clone]]. The two were unstable and evaporated. Spider-Man met [[Beyonder]] who started the [[Secret Wars]]. Spider-Man led some of [[Earth]]'s mightiest heroes including [[Iron Man]], Captain America, [[Storm]], Black Cat, and the [[Fantastic Four]] against the forces of evil eventually winning. He was then sent to an [[Spider-Carnage Universe|alternate universe]] that had been taken over by a [[Carnage Symbiote (Alternate Universe)|symbiote]]-powered villain version of himself called [[Spider-Carnage]]. He led the [[Spider-Men]], various alternate versions of himself, and stopped Spider-Carnage from destroying [[Multiverse|all of reality]]. He found a version of Uncle Ben that was still alive who convinced Spider-Carnage to sacrifice himself. He then met [[Stan Lee]] and Madame Web took him to rescue the real Mary Jane.
He lives in a nearby cave with regular bats until he notices the light of {{C|God|dsd}} coming from the cemetery of his son. He finds that the creator of all things has resurrected his son as an adult with powers to stop him. He leaves the cemetery but Janus confronts him and overpowers him. Dracula escapes and returns to his cave. However, he then finds that Satan has kidnapped Dolores. He goes to rescue her and the dark lord brings the two to {{C|Hell|dsd}}. Satan dominates their battle, but Dolores saves him as her powers are revealed and they are the ones Janus inherited. They are returned to their home, but Dracula sees his reflection in a mirror and finds himself mortal again.
 
   
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When Venom and Carnage stowed away on [[John Jameson]]'s shuttle to [[Counter-Earth]], Spider-Man left Mary Jane and followed to rescue him and stop the [[Synoptic|symbiotes]] from taking over the planet. While there, he found that John was part of a [[Human Resistance|revolutionary group]] fighting for [[Human Revolution|human equality]] against the oppressive [[High Evolutionary]] and his [[Bestial]] army. He teamed up with Counter-Earth versions of [[Green Goblin (Counter-Earth)|Green Goblin]], [[Vulture (Counter-Earth)|Vulture]], and [[X-51]] while fighting against [[Electro (Counter-Earth)|Electro]], [[Knights of Wundagore]], and the [[Machine Men]].
Above all, Dracula feared death. He left Dolores and headed to {{C|New York City|dsd}} where the vampire {{C|Layla|dsd}} was feasting. He became a simple mugger in order to satisfy his now mortal hunger before finding Layla. He confronted the woman but she refused to make him a vampire again. She too resented her immortal existence and blamed Dracula. She attacked him then left him to his mortal misery. Janus found Dracula but spared him as he was no longer one of the undead. He did warn his father that they would have to fight if Dracula continued his quest.
 
 
Dracula returned home to Transylvania to find a vampire who would turn him. He uncovered the vampire {{C|Mallisa|dsd}}. However, she too would not turn him. She explained that all vampires knew he took on a mortal wife and felt betrayed. The other vampires left their graves and attacked their former sovereign leader. He fled to a nearby cottage where he used the family's cross to destroy his pursuers. Outside, he was confronted by the new leader: {{C|Sir Tomo|dsd}}. The two battled for reign over the vampires with Tomo using his powers to overcome Dracula. However, Dracula's hand was burned with the figure of a cross while in the cabin, which he used to kill Tomo. The vampires once again praised Dracula as their leader but he was disgusted that he unknowingly became a tool of Heaven.
 
 
The count returned to his ruined castle where he found the energies of the place returned his vampirism. However, he was confronted by Harker who vowed to kill him once and for all. Dracula overpowered the mortal, but Hans had a trick. He used a silver wheel spoke to fatally wound the vampire lord. He then used a bomb to disintegrate Dracula and destroy the castle. Janus returned to his mother and became a living infant once more. His castle was left as a reminder of his dark deeds. Presumably, he returned to Hell to be tortured for all eternity by Satan.
 
   
   
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Spider-Man is the title character of Spider-Man and it's loose sequel Spider-Man Unlimited. He also made cameo appearances in the X-Men episodes "Child of Light" and "The Inner Circle" and Fantastic Four episode "Nightmare in Green". The character was voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes on Spider-Man and Rino Romano on Spider-Man Unlimited. Warren Sroka voiced Peter as a child in "The Mutant Agenda" while Peter Mark Richman played the elderly version in "The Final Nightmare".

After the deaths of Richard and Mary Parker, their son Peter was sent to live with Richard's brother Ben and his wife May in Queens. He was smart but bullied by bigger boys and rejected by women. At a science experiment held by Dr. Curt Connors, Peter was bitten by a radioactive spider and given superpowers. While trying to make money, Peter let a thief go who went and killed his Uncle Ben. He then dedicated his life to being a superhero living by his uncle's motto that "With great power comes great responsibility."

Peter took a job at The Daily Bugle taking pictures of his alter ego. He was rivals with fellow photographer Eddie Brock until Brock was fired becoming the supervillain Venom. He attended Empire State University and began dating both Felicia Hardy and Mary Jane Watson. He began fighting other villains like Scorpion, Shocker, Rhino, Hobgoblin, Kingpin, and the Spider-Slayers. While J. Jonah Jameson used the Bugle to smear the hero, he still managed to become well liked and even got the thanks of Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D..

When his enemies formed the Insidious Six, Peter began experiencing problems with his powers. Dr. Connors told him that his powers were further mutating. He tried to seek help from the X-Men, who could only help him deal with his mutation not cure it. He eventually turned into Man-Spider requiring Kraven the Hunter and Punisher to team up to save him. Eventually, Connors used Vulture's age-stealing technology to transfer the mutation into the old man curing Spider-Man.

The interdimensional being Madame Web appeared to prepare him for major battle. During this time he saved Mary Jane from Baron Mordo, saw the return of Venom and birth of Carnage, and encountered his greatest enemy: the Green Goblin. Green Goblin discovered his secret identity and caused Mary Jane to disappear into limbo. Spider-Man became depressed and initially did not want Black Cat to be his partner. When Mary Jane returned, he revealed his identity and the two got married. He learned his parents were considered traitors and travelled to Russia to clear their name, but got drawn into a plot that extended back to World War II that included Captain America and Red Skull.

Peter eventually learned that Mary Jane was actually a clone created by Miles Warren for Hydro-Man's clone. The two were unstable and evaporated. Spider-Man met Beyonder who started the Secret Wars. Spider-Man led some of Earth's mightiest heroes including Iron Man, Captain America, Storm, Black Cat, and the Fantastic Four against the forces of evil eventually winning. He was then sent to an alternate universe that had been taken over by a symbiote-powered villain version of himself called Spider-Carnage. He led the Spider-Men, various alternate versions of himself, and stopped Spider-Carnage from destroying all of reality. He found a version of Uncle Ben that was still alive who convinced Spider-Carnage to sacrifice himself. He then met Stan Lee and Madame Web took him to rescue the real Mary Jane.

When Venom and Carnage stowed away on John Jameson's shuttle to Counter-Earth, Spider-Man left Mary Jane and followed to rescue him and stop the symbiotes from taking over the planet. While there, he found that John was part of a revolutionary group fighting for human equality against the oppressive High Evolutionary and his Bestial army. He teamed up with Counter-Earth versions of Green Goblin, Vulture, and X-51 while fighting against Electro, Knights of Wundagore, and the Machine Men.


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