Covering a shuttle launch to the planet known as Counter-Earth, Peter Parker discovers the symbiote villians, Venom and Carnage, boarding the craft as it launches. When he is unable to stop them as Spider-Man and contact is lost with the shuttle, he is blamed for the disaster and hunted until he is believed to have been killed in a fire. Peter does survive and is content to lie low until he learns that the crew is alive, but trapped on Counter-Earth. Gaining a new costume and weapons from Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four, he boards a second shuttle to rescue the crew and travels to the planet. Shot down, he finds must get involved in a fight against the tyranny of the planet's ruler, The High Evolutionary and distorted copies of his old enemies on this new world. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The show came back and re-premiered in December 2000 by re-airing the first three episodes that were aired back in 1999 and then continue the rest of the 13 episodes that Marvel and Saban produced. See more »
Spider-Man Unlimited is a good show on its own... good original storylines, decent animation, but it's not the Spider-Man I know from reading the comics.
While there are some familiar faces, they don't always show their face, leaving our poor webhead to make friends with some new faces, who vaguely resemble some characters from the comics.
I'm not going to bash this cartoon because it doesn't follow the roots of which it came from. It's a good show, but it would have been a better show if Spidey ditched the hi-tech crap and stuck with his basic web shooters and proportionate spider strength.
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