"Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends"
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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1981 | 1982 | 1983


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Triumph of the Green Goblin

12 September 1981
The Green Goblin wants to poison the city's water supply with a formula that will turn everyone into creatures like him.

Hans Conried ... (voice)
Jerry Dexter ... (voice)

George DiCenzo ... (voice)
Alan Dinehart ... (voice)
Walker Edmiston ... (voice)
Michael Evans ... (voice)
Al Fann ... (voice)

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... (voice) (as John Haymer)
Sally Julian ... Mona Osborn (voice)

Anne Lockhart ... (voice) (as Annie Lockhart)

Keye Luke ... (voice)
Dennis Marks ... Green Goblin (voice)

Allan Melvin ... (voice)
Shepard Menken ... (voice) (as Shepard Menkin)
John Stephenson ... (voice)

Janet Waldo ... (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman (voice)
William Woodson ... (voice)

Alan Young ... (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Neil Ross ... Norman Osborn (voice) (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Crime of All Centuries

19 September 1981
Kraven the Hunter is in New York City to show off his prehistoric animals. However, his sideshow is a cover for his plot to take over New York City by hatching a dinosaur army. He steals a rare ruby (the Eye of India) and kidnaps Firestar to coerce her into harnessing her energy to power a growth energizer, which will hatch the eggs containing the dinosaurs.

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
Robert Ridgely ... Kraven the Hunter (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Ms. Lion (voice)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Fantastic Mr. Frump

26 September 1981
Mr. Frump, a downtrodden, homeless man, gets ahold of an ancient amulet that Dr. Doom had hoped to use to gain control of the world. As Frump is realizing the amulet's powers (and making many new friends as a result), Dr. Doom plots to trick Frump into handing over the amulet.

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
Shepard Menken ... Doctor Doom (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman (voice)

Alan Young ... Mr. Frump / Additional Voices (voice)

Season 1, Episode 4: Sunfire

3 October 1981
The gang meets Sunfire, a mutant who has powers identical to those of Firestar. Sunfire reveals that his uncle Genju needs assistance in starting a fusion reactor which will supply power to the world, unaware that Genju simply wants to gain enough power so that he cannot be defeated in his quest to rule the world.
Jerry Dexter ... Sunfire / Shiro Yoshida (voice)

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Keye Luke ... Genju

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Ms. Lion / Flash Thompson (voice)

Season 1, Episode 5: Swarm

10 October 1981
A meteor crashes into a beehive, creating a mutant creature that calls itself Swarm, whose body is made up of thousands of bees. Swarm - whose lair is a giant beehive, where the meteor radiating its power is housed - immediately begins mutating worker bees into huge drones, then begins zapping the residents of New York City into drones.

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)
Al Fann ... Swarm (voice)

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Flash Thompson / Ms. Lion (voice)

Season 1, Episode 6: 7 Little Superheroes

17 October 1981
A mysterious stranger invites the Spider-Friends - and unknown to them, Sub-Mariner, Shanna the She-Devil, Captain America and Doctor Strange - to a weekend at Wolf Island.

Season 1, Episode 7: Videoman

24 October 1981
Electro plots to take over New York City by harvesting all of the city's electric power. To help him accomplish his scheme, he breaks into an arcade video game to create Videoman, an electronic being whose primary aim is to gather the needed supplies to create the giant transformer that will give Electro the unlimited power he desires ... and stop any Spider-Friends that get in his way.

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Allan Melvin ... Electro (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Bobby Drake (voice)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Prison Plot

31 October 1981
The evil Magneto places a force field around a prison island, holding the prison staff and others attending a convention (including the Spider-Friends) hostage. Magneto seizes control of the power supply to the entire East Coast and threatens to destroy the Earth unless his "Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants" are immediately paroled from jail.

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
Michael Rye ... Magneto (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Ms. Lion (voice)

Season 1, Episode 9: Spidey Goes Hollywood

7 November 1981
Spider-Man investigates a series of efforts to sabotage movie producer Sam Blockbuster's attempts to make a movie based on the web-slinger's life. Mysterio, who is revealed as the culprit, cons Blockbuster into having Spidey star as himself, as part of a plan to kill off his nemesis.

Peter Cullen ... Hulk / Mysterio (voice)

George DiCenzo ... Lance Macho (voice)

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Anne Lockhart ... Honey Dove (voice) (as Annie Lockhart)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Stan Blockbuster (voice)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Vengeance of Loki

14 November 1981
The Spider-Friends team with Thor to stop Thor's evil half-brother, Loki, in his effort to acquire the ancient Twins of the Gods gems. The gems will grant unlimited power to whomever holds both of them, and if Loki were to get them both, he would be unstoppable in wreaking havoc over New York City.

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
John Stephenson ... Loki / Eric the Viking / Ymir (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Janet Waldo ... Zerona (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman (voice)

Season 1, Episode 11: Knights & Demons

21 November 1981
Spider-Man, Iceman and Firestar team with the Black Knight to stop the evil sorcerer Modred from escaping to the Land of Shades with the Black Knight's Ebony Blade in hand.

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
John Stephenson ... Mordred (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Flash Thompson (voice)

Season 1, Episode 12: Pawns of the Kingpin

28 November 1981
The Kingpin plots to steal the Omni-Blaster, a secret military weapon that would make him unstoppable as he goes on a daring crime spree. To ensure his success, he uses a special mind-control disc to turn Captain America and Iceman into his co-conspirators.

George DiCenzo ... Captain America (voice)
Walker Edmiston ... Kingpin (voice)

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)
Dennis Marks ... Dr. Faustus (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Ms. Lion (voice)

Season 1, Episode 13: Quest of the Red Skull

5 December 1981
The Spider-Friends and Professor Hiawatha Smith follow the Red Skull to an African island, where he plans to use experimental Nazi weapons to start World War III. The Red Skull finds out that he's being tracked, has the Spider-Friends and Smith captured and straps them to the missiles.

Michael Ansara ... Hiawatha Smith (voice)

Hans Conried ... Red Skull (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man (voice)
Sally Julian ... Mona Osborn (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Dick Tufeld ... Opening announcer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Flash Thompson (voice)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Origin of Iceman

18 September 1982
When Iceman seems to be losing his mutant powers, the gang recalls how Bobby Drake acquired them in the first place. They later determine that it may be connected to Videoman's latest plot to sap New York City of its electrical power.

Season 2, Episode 2: Along Came Spidey

2 October 1982
Spider-Man battles the Shocker, who is attempting to escape after an armed robbery. In the aftermath, Aunt May is seriously injured. Peter becomes very depressed and considers giving up his powers.

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
John Stephenson ... The Shocker / Uncle Ben Parker (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Bobby Drake / Flash Thompson (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: A Firestar Is Born

25 September 1982
During an X-Men reunion, Angelica Jones recounts how she became Firestar and dealt with a childhood full of torment (thanks to her nemesis, Bonnie).

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)

William Callaway ... Warren Worthington III / Angel (voice) (as Bill Callaway)
Alan Dinehart ... Additional Voices (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Additional Voices (voice)
Stan Jones ... Professor Charles Xavier (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Anne Lockhart ... Storm (voice)

William Marshall ... The Juggernaut

Neil Ross ... Wolverine (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Bobby Drake (voice)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Spider-Man: Unmasked!

17 September 1983
While The Spider-Friends are vacationing, The Sandman shows up and discovers Spider-Man's true identity, but the Spider-Friends try to convince him that he's wrong.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Transylvanian Connection

24 September 1983
While at a dance, Angelica is lured outside by a stranger and hypnotized. The stranger takes her aboard his plane and they go to Transylvania, but not without Iceman and Spider-Man right behind them. The stranger is revealed to be Dracula. They get Angelica free, but still have to fight against Frankenstein and a werewolf.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Education of a Superhero

1 October 1983
The Gamesman has developed a machine that will hypnotize young people through video arcade machines. Through a glitch, caused by Gamesman's machine, in the arcade machine a young, nerdy teenager named Francis Byte was playing, Franis developed the ability to turn himself into a self proclaimed hero called Video Man. Unfortunately he doesn't know how to be a superhero. While battling Thee Gamesman, the Spider-Friends help Video Man out. But in the end, the best help is found at the mansion of Professor Charles Xavier.

Season 3, Episode 4: Attack of the Arachnoid

8 October 1983
A woman named Monica video taped a successful fight between the Spider-Friends and The Scorpion. Zoltan Amadaeus is collecting data on Spider-Man and plans to retain the powers of Spider-Man and use them for his own gain and framing the real Spider-Man. But problem's arise when the Zoltan's powers change him into a half man/half spider creature called The Arachnoid.

Season 3, Episode 5: Origin of the Spider-Friends

15 October 1983
Stan Lee narrates how Spider-Man, Iceman and Firestar first joined forces to battle the Beetle, and become known as the Spider-Friends.

June Foray ... Aunt May Parker (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Bobby Drake (voice)

William Marshall ... Tony Stark (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Spidey Meets the Girl from Tomorrow

22 October 1983
Spider-Man meets whom he believes is the love of his life - an alien from the future named Ariel, whose spaceship crash-lands on earth. As Spidey tries to nurture his relationship with Ariel, Doctor Octopus steals the spaceship to carry out a plan to kidnap well-armed criminals from the future.

Season 3, Episode 7: The X-Men Adventure

29 October 1983
When Spider-Man is trying out the X-Men's Danger Room, things start to go wrong when a strange intruder named Cyberiad shows up. It turns out that he is Firestar's former boyfriend and he blames her for his current state. Since Cyberiad has control of the X-Men's mansion, can the X-Men succeed in defeating him?

Neil Ross ... Cyberiad (voice)

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Katherine 'Kitty' Pryde / Sprite (voice)

George DiCenzo ... Cyclops (voice)

Kathy Garver ... Firestar / Angelica Jones / Storm (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Stan Jones ... Professor Charles Xavier / Nightcrawler (voice)
John Stephenson ... Colossus / Thunderbird (voice)

Frank Welker ... Iceman / Bobby Drake (voice)

Stan Lee ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Mission: Save the Guardstar

5 November 1983
The Spider-Friends are hired by the counter-terrorism agency S.H.I.E.L.D. to capture a mutant named Lightwave, who is said to be after the Guarstar satellite. Lightwave who turns out to be Aurora Dante, a half-sister of Iceman/Bobby Drake. The Spider-Friends and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents learn that Lightwave (whose mutant power is to control and manipulate light energy) is being controlled by someone else who is after the Guardstar.

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