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Spider-Man
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Beginning date August 19, 2017
Number of Episodes Micro-Episodes
Season One
Season Two
Season Three
Writers Kevin Shinick
Original Channel Disney XD
Previous Series Ant-Man
Next Series Big Hero 6
Note, this article describes an ongoing release.

Spider-Man is an animated series that began airing August 19th, 2017. It is the ninth series to focus on the character of Spider-Man after Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, Spider-Man, Spider-Man Unlimited, Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, The Spectacular Spider-Man, and Ultimate Spider-Man.

The series was made to coincide with the Marvel Studios theatrical film Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is the second series, after The Spectacular Spider-Man, to follow Peter Parker through his time in high school.

This series is set in the same universe as Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers Assemble.

The series was renewed for a second season in early 2018 which premiered on June 18, 2018. The show was retitled Marvel's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom for its third season, which was announced on May 30, 2019 and premiered on April 19, 2020.

Synopsis

A gifted teenager named Peter Parker is given spider-like powers when he is bitten by a radioactive spider during a school field trip to Oscorp. After the death of his Uncle Ben at the hands of a burglar, Parker comes to his own terms of becoming a masked superhero named Spider-Man, learning to balance his crime-fighting career with his new enrollment at Horizon High, a school for students with genius-level intellect.

Story

A gifted teenager named Peter Parker is given spider-like powers when he is bitten by a radioactive spider during a school field trip to OsCorp. After the death of his Uncle Ben at the hands of a burglar, Parker comes to his own terms of becoming a masked superhero named Spider-Man, learning to balance his crime-fighting career with his new enrollment at Horizon High, a school for students with genius-level intellect.

Background

Marvel announced that Ultimate Spider-Man would come to an end and be replaced with a new series titled Spider-Man. It will focus on the early days of Peter Parker starting off as Spider-Man, pulling a lot from Dan Slott's run on the comics. Kevin Shinick, of Robot Chicken fame, will be the story lead.[1]

Merchandising for the series revealed that it will feature the Peter Parker Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy Spider-Woman, Miles Morales Spider-Man, and some version of Venom.[2]

Continuity

This series is set in the same universe as Guardians of the Galaxy and just the fifth season of Avengers Assemble. This caused confusion as the rest of Avengers is in the same continuity as Ultimate Spider-Man and it was initially believed Guardians was in the same continuity.

Spider-Man in Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout!.
Spider-Man in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest.
  • In Avengers Assemble episode "Vibranium Curtain, Part Two", Spider-Man tried to catch Black Panther as per the order of Tony Stark. Later Spider-man realized that Black Panther is not traitor and helped him to catch ulysses klaue. Kraven the Hunter and Vulture are characters from Spider-Man appeared in the show along with Spider-Man.
  • In "School of Hard Knocks", Avengers from Avengers Assemble reprise their roles. kamala Khan was send on a secret mission given by Iron Man. Later she teamed up with Spider-Man to rescue the Avengers from A.I.M.
Avengers in Marvel's Spider-Man.
  • In Spider-Man episode "Amazing Friends", Groot and Star Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy reprise their roles. Star Lord wanted to sent an important message to Spider-Man. So, he sent Groot to earth to give that message to Spider-Man.
  • It was originally believed that Guardians of the Galaxy was set in the same universe as Ultimate Spider-Man. However, it was later confirmed that the entire Guardians of the Galaxy series and Black Panther's Quest is set in the same universe as this series[3][4][5]

Comics

Spider-Geddon: Spider-Man is a motion comic tie-in to the 2018 comic book event called Spider-Geddon. It features the Spider-Man from this series being recruited to fight against a threat to every Spider-Man and Spider-Woman in the Multiverse.

Spider-Man may live in an animated world, but his headaches are about to get very real when someone’s attacking the wax museum!

While investigating a Wax museum, Spider-Man finds himself being attacked by Wax figures of the Avengers and famous people from the past and present. It's revealed that this is the work of Mysterio, and after defeating him Spider-Man is recruited by Spider-Punk to help other Spider-Men save the multiverse.

This event happened sometime in-between the events of the Bring on The Bad Guys Saga and before Brain Drain due to the appearance of Mysterio.

Cast

Main Actor Role(s)
Robbie Daymond Spider-Man/Peter Parker
Laura Bailey Gwen Stacy
Steven Blum Bonesaw McGee
Studio Security
Cameron Boyce Shocker/Herman Schultz
John DiMaggio Jackal/Miles Warren
Hulk
Benjamin Diskin Spencer Smythe
Alistair Duncan Vulture/Adrian Toomes
Nadji Jeter Miles Morales
Josh Keaton Norman Osborn
Stan Lee Cameraman
Nancy Linari May Parker
Scott Menville Doctor Octopus/Otto Octavius
Melanie Minichino Anya Corazon
Max Mittelman Harry Osborn
Patton Oswalt Ben Parker
Joe Quesada Joe
Kevin Shinick Bruce Banner
Jason Spisak Alistair Smythe
Fred Tatasciore Max Modell

Episodes

The series was renewed for a second season in early 2018 which premiered on June 18th, 2018. The show was retitled Spider-Man: Maximum Venom for its third season, which was announced on May 30th, 2019 and premiered on April 19th, 2020.

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Spider-Man Episodes
Micro-Episodes "Introduction!" • "Observation!" • "Hypothesis!" • "Prediction!" • "Experimentation!" • "Conclusion!"
Season One "Horizon High, Part One" • "Horizon High, Part Two" • "Osborn Academy" • "Party Animals" • "A Day in the Life" • "Sandman" • "Stark Expo" • "Symbiotic Relationship" • "Screwball Live" • "Ultimate Spider-Man" • "Kraven's Amazing Hunt" • "Halloween Moon" • "Spider-Man on Ice" • "Venom" • "The Rise of Doc Ock, Part One" • "The Rise of Doc Ock, Part Two" • "The Rise of Doc Ock, Part Three" • "The Rise of Doc Ock, Part Four" • "Spider-Island, Part One" • "Spider-Island, Part Two" • "Spider-Island, Part Three" • "Spider-Island, Part Four" • "Spider-Island, Part Five" • "The Hobgoblin, Part One" • "The Hobgoblin, Part Two"
Season Two "How I Thwipped My Summer Vacation" • "Take Two" • "Between an Ock and a Hard Place" • "Rise Above It All" • "School of Hard Knocks" • "Dead Man's Party, Part One" • "Venom Returns, Part Two" • "Bring on the Bad Guys, Part One" • "Bring on the Bad Guys, Part Two" • "Bring on the Bad Guys, Part Three" • "Bring on the Bad Guys, Part Four" • "Brain Drain, Part One" • "The Living Brain, Part Two" • "The Day Without Spider-Man" • "My Own Worst Enemy, Part One" • "Critical Update, Part Two" • "A Troubled Mind, Part Three" • "Cloak and Dagger, Part Four" • "Superior, Part Five" • "Brand New Day, Part One" • "The Cellar, Part Two" • "The Road to Goblin War" • "Goblin War, Part One" • "Goblin War, Part Two" • "Goblin War, Part Three" • "Goblin War, Part Four"
Season Three "Web of Venom" • "Amazing Friends" • "Vengeance of Venom" •
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