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'''{{eps|Shear Strength}}''' is the [[The Spectacular Spider-Man Season Two|seventeenth]] episode of {{ssm}}. It originally aired on January 31, 2009. It was written by [[Randy Jandt]] and directed by [[Jennifer Coyle]]. The episode features the reveal of the Master Planner, which had been teased since the beginning of the season.
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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}}.
   
In a large underwater facility, {{C|Tinkerer|ssm}} (Thom Adcox-Hernandez) introduces {{C|Electro|ssm}} ([[Crispin Freeman]]) and {{C|Vulture|ssm}} ([[Robert Englund]]) to the real Master Planner: {{C|Doctor Octopus|ssm}} (Peter MacNicol). He faked his kidnapping in {{eps|Reinforcement}} to throw off suspicion. He then begins his master plan, to use his neural chip to take over any computer he wants. On {{C|New Year's Eve|ssm}}, {{C|Green Goblin|ssm|Norman Osborn}} (Alan Rachins) has invited {{C|Spider-Man|ssm|Peter Parker}} ([[Josh Keaton]]) to witness a demolition headed by {{C|Morris Bench|ssm}} ([[Bill Fagerbakke]]). However, the timers go off on their own and Spider-Man saves the them. While Doctor Octopus promises to still kill Osborn, he moves onto his other plans.
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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."
   
At a cafe, {{C|Mary Jane Watson|ssm}} ([[Vanessa Marshall]]) tries to set up Peter and {{C|Gwen Stacy|ssm}} ([[Lacey Chabert]]) on a date, following their kiss in {{eps|Nature vs. Nurture}}, by getting the two to see the {{C|Times Square Ball|ssm|ball}} drop in {{C|Times Square|ssm}}. The two are excited to do so, until Peter sees {{C|Liz Allan|ssm}} ([[Alanna Ubach]]). Mary Jane reassures Gwen that Peter loves her, but then all the computers in the area go haywire. After Doctor Octopus causes a massive car pile-up outside as a distraction, Electro knocks out Gwen and Vulture flies off with her. Spider-Man gives chase but only catches Tinkerer. He throws the scientist off a building to get information.
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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.]].
   
At the same time, Doctor Octopus contacts {{C|George Stacy|ssm}} ([[Clancy Brown]]) informing him of his daughter's second kidnapping (the first done by {{C|Venom|ssm}}). He forces the captain to infiltrate the Department of Homeland Security's New York City offices so that the doctor can get control of their systems. George enters and reluctantly follows the plan, while Vulture distracts the FBI agents stationed there. Spider-Man infiltrates Doctor Octopus' facility and finds Gwen. He is attacked by Electro, but tricks the villain into damaging the facility and computers. Doctor Octopus reveals himself as Master Planner and joins the battle, but damages the mainframe so the information comes at him too quickly to control. He leaves but activates a self-destruct mechanism. Spider-Man struggles to get himself and Gwen free and escapes the destruction.
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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.
   
George is relieved when Gwen calls him then destroys the device the supervillain gave him. That night, Peter and {{C|May Parker|ssm|Aunt May}} (Deborah Strang) are watching the countdown to {{C|New Year's Day|ssm}} when he goes to call Gwen. George answers, trying to help her relax, when Liz shows up at Peter's door. She tells him she broke up with {{C|Flash Thompson|ssm}} for good and wants to be with him. As midnight arrives the two kiss, while Gwen is left wondering if Peter is still on the other end of the phone.
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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]].
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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.
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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]].
   
   
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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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