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Spiderman: The New Animated Series is an exciting American animated television series following the exploits of the Marvel comic book hero Spiderman. The show centers around Peter Parker (voiced by Neil Patrick Harris), a mild mannered college student, who finds his life shaken when he is bitten by a radioactive spider and given the super powers of climbing, strength, and shooting web.

Attempting to use his powers for good by stopping numerous villains, Parker has to juggle his life as a super hero along with his duties as a college student at Empire State University, and as a photographer for the Daily Bugle. To further complicate matters Parker has to deal with a crush for fellow student Mary Jane, and the interests of Indira Daimonji. When his friend Harry Osborn, son of a deceased industrialist, swears revenge on Spider-man, whom he blames for his fathers death, Peter Parker must decide if his powers are really helping the city he protects.

Spiderman: The New Animated Series breaks away from previous Spiderman cartoons, and is rendered with computer generated imagery (CGI), and cel shading, giving the series a uniquely high tech appearance.

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1 Season, 13 Episodes - Ended
Anime, Action & Adventure
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Spider-Man (2003) Full Episode Guide

  • SPIDER-MAN (Neil Patrick Harris) faces the GAINES TWINS (Kathy Griffin and Jeremy Piven), while PTERODAX and SILVER SABLE escape from prison. The mysterious FRANK ELSON (Stan Lee) meets PETER PARKER.

  • DR. ZELLNER tries out his new smart drug on students at the university. This leads to a cunning robbery by JACK and MACK (David DeLouise) and dangerous side effects for FLASH THOMPSON (Devon Sawa).

  • Oscorp plans to knock down The Villeroy Towers despite protests from residents. TURBO JET (Harold Parino) tries to save their homes by stealing, but is confronted by SPIDER-MAN (Neil Patrick Harris).

Spider-Man (2003) News

New Spider-Man Andrew Garfield Gets Thumbs Up from Tobey Maguire
Injured Spiderman Actor Can't Wait to Perform Back in the Show

Christopher Tierney, the actor who suffered a serious injury while performing during one of the previews of the most expensive and problematic Broadway musical "Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark said that he can't wait to go back to the show to perform. Despite having a fractured skull & shoulder blade, four broken ribs & three broken vertebra Tierney doesn't want to quit his role and he is looking forward to put on the spidey costume and sling back and forth for the audience.

Main stunt man injured in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark Performance
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark - A Broadway Success or Not?

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