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  • Starring: Neil Patrick Harris, Ian Ziering, Edward Asner
  • Summary: Spider-Man, the animated series, continues where the successful live action feature film of the same name left off. The series follows the adventures of superhero Peter Parker and his friends, Harry Osborne and Mary Jane Watson, during their first year of college at Empire State University. Parker must juggle academics, a job as a Web designer/photographer for the Daily Bugle and an on-again, off-again relationship with the love of his life, all while fighting to protect the world from super-villains.

    Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser, M.D.), Ian Ziering (Beverly Hills 90210), and Lisa Loeb (folk-pop singer) show off their vocal talents in this new, thrilling computer-animated series.
  • Genre(s): Animation, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Kids
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  1. Aug 20, 2011
    A surprisingly good show, that captures a more mature and sometimes darker Spider-Man than other series will allow, and it's really enjoyable show, although at times the voice acting can be bad, the fact that it doesn't really tie into the movie series all that well, and there are some moments that will have you going what the....? (like when Spider-Man's suit magically morphs onto his body), but the show has a lot of charm, I love the writers interpretation of the characters like MJ and Harry, some of the best moments are when Peter is on screen with them, and the new characters and villains exclusive to the series are really cool, it's just really sad this show got cancelled it had tons of potential that wasn't able to be used in the only one season, and it left a lot of unanswered questions, if your a Spider-Man fan look this up, it's one of the best Spider-Man shows there are. Collapse