|This article is written from the Real World perspective|
|Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends|
|Beginning date||September 12, 1981|
|End date||September 10, 1983|
|Number of Episodes|| 24|
|Next Series||The Incredible Hulk|
- Not to be confused with the similarly titled series Spidey and His Amazing Friends.
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends is a series that ran from September 12, 1981 to September 10, 1983. It is the third Spider-Man series after Spider-Man and Spider-Man and the first team-based series.
Although airing concurrently with Spider-Man this was seen as a sequel to the other series. Both series used the same animation studio using the same style. Green Goblin appeared in both and both series had him transform into the goblin rather than wear a costume as the comics did.
Neil Ross reprised his role as Norman Osborn from Spider-Man, though was replaced as Green Goblin. He would go on to voice both Osborn and Goblin on Spider-Man. He also went on to play Wolverine on "Pryde of the X-Men".
The series lasted twenty-four episodes over three seasons.
It then aired with The Incredible Hulk and was sometimes called The Incredible Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Man during the second season. During the third season it was called The Amazing Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk.
In January 2009, IGN dubbed this series the 59th best animated television series. It beat Spider-Man at 84. The Spectacular Spider-Man and X-Men are the only two Marvel series to beat this series at 30 and 13, respectively. 
In the 2009 video game Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 if the player chooses the Anti-Registration side you can talk to Firestar and ask how she feels teaming up with her old buddies Spider-Man and Iceman again, a reference to this series.
Dan Gilvezan joined Spider-Man's Christopher Daniel Barnes, Spider-Man: The New Animated Series's Neil Patrick Harris, and The Spectacular Spider-Man's Josh Keaton in the video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions playing Spider-Man 2099.
Marvel reedited and redubbed footage of this series, along with Fantastic Four and The Incredible Hulk, into funny segments called "Marvel Mash-Up". The segments appeared on Disney XD along with The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Ultimate Spider-Man.
Rotten Tomatoes ranked the series among its top one-hundred superhero series with this series at forty-eight above Big Hero 6 at one-hundred Spider-Woman at eighty-nine, Iron Man: Armored Adventures at eighty-six, Ultimate Spider-Man at eighty-three, Spider-Man Unlimited at seventy-three, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes at sixty-nine, The Super Hero Squad Show at sixty-eight, X-Men: Evolution at sixty-six, Fantastic Four at sixty-four, Avengers Assemble at fifty-eight, Guardians of the Galaxy at fifty-five, The Marvel Super Heroes at fifty-one and below The Spectacular Spider-Man at forty-six, Spider-Man at forty, Spider-Man at nineteen, and X-Men at five.