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A list of episodes from the second season of Spider-Man. The first season to have an overall story arc, called the Neogenic Nightmare.


Script # Title Writer(s) Original Airdate Production Code
14 "The Insidious Six" John Semper, Jr.
David Lee Miller
September 9, 1995 201
15 "Battle of the Insidious Six" John Semper, Jr.
Doug Booth
September 16, 1995 202
16 "Hydro-Man" John Semper, Jr.
James Krieg
September 23, 1995 203
17 "The Mutant Agenda" John Semper, Jr.
J.M. DeMatteis
Stevent Grant
Michael Edens
September 30, 1995 204
18 "The Mutants' Revenge" John Semper, Jr.
Michael Edens
Francis Moss
Ted Pedersen
October 7, 1995 205
19 "Morbius" John Semper, Jr.
Brynne Stephens
Lydia Marano
October 28, 1995 206
20 "Enter the Punisher" John Semper, Jr.
Carl Potts
November 4, 1995 207
21 "Duel of the Hunters" John Semper, Jr. November 11, 1995 208
22 "Tablet of Time" Mark Hoffmeier
Stan Berkowitz
John Semper, Jr.
November 18, 1995 211
23 "Ravages of Time" Mark Hoffmeier
Stan Berkowitz
John Semper, Jr.
November 25, 1995 212
24 "Blade the Vampire Hunter" Stephanie Mathison
Mark Hoffmeier
John Semper, Jr.
February 3, 1996 209
25 "The Immortal Vampire" John Semper, Jr.
Meg McLaughlin
February 10, 1996 210
26 "Shriek of the Vulture" John Semper, Jr.
Gilles Wheeler
Eyelyn A. R. Gabai
February 17, 1996 213
27 "The Final Nightmare" John Semper, Jr.
Sandy Fries
February 24, 1996 214


This season, Spider-Man would battle new enemies and old. First, several villains would team up as the Insidious Six. He would also encounter new villains such as Morbius the Living Vampire, Hydro-Man, Silvermane, Tombstone, and Vulture. He would also come into conflict with the heroes Blade and Punisher. Mary Jane Watson and Felicia Hardy would complicate matters further as Peter's feelings for both grew. All the while, he would battle his own body as his genetic mutation causes him to evolve into a hideous monster.


In an interview, executive producer John Semper, Jr. stated the purpose of the Neogenic Nightmare was to create a story arc for a Saturday morning show like what Stan Lee did for comics in the sixties. Although opposed by the studio and network, successive seasons would also contain similar season-long stories.

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Spider-Man Episodes
Season One "Night of the Lizard" • "The Spider Slayer" • "Return of the Spider Slayers" • "Doctor Octopus: Armed and Dangerous" • "The Menace of Mysterio" • "The Sting of the Scorpion" • "Kraven the Hunter" • "The Alien Costume, Part One" • "The Alien Costume, Part Two" • "The Alien Costume, Part Three" • "The Hobgoblin, Part One" • "The Hobgoblin, Part Two" • "Day of the Chameleon"
Season Two "The Insidious Six" • "Battle of the Insidious Six" • "Hydro-Man" • "The Mutant Agenda" • "The Mutants' Revenge" • "Morbius" • "Enter the Punisher" • "Duel of the Hunters" • "Blade the Vampire Hunter" • "The Immortal Vampire" • "Tablet of Time" • "Ravages of Time" • "Shriek of the Vulture" • "The Final Nightmare"
Season Three "Doctor Strange" • "Make a Wish" • "Attack of the Octobot" • "Enter the Green Goblin" • "Rocket Racer" • "Framed" • "The Man Without Fear" • "The Ultimate Slayer" • "Tombstone" • "Venom Returns" • "Carnage" • "The Spot" • "Goblin War!" • "Turning Point"
Season Four "Guilty" • "The Cat" • "The Black Cat" • "The Return of Kraven" • "Partners" • "The Awakening" • "The Vampire Queen" • "The Return of the Green Goblin" • "The Haunting of Mary Jane Watson" • "The Lizard King" • "The Prowler"
Season Five "The Wedding" • "Six Forgotten Warriors" • "Unclaimed Legacy" • "Secrets of the Six" • "The Six Fight Again" • "The Price of Heroism" • "The Return of Hydro-Man, Part One" • "The Return of Hydro-Man, Part Two" • "Arrival" • "The Gauntlet of the Red Skull" • "Doom" • "I Really, Really Hate Clones" • "Farewell, Spider-Man"
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