Spider-Man reaches his destination on Counter-Earth and finds out that John Jameson survived the crash. He has become a member of a rebellion fighting against the forces of the High Evolutionary, a ...
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This TV animated series follows the adventures of Mr. Fantastic, The Invisible Woman, The Human Torch and The Thing, otherwise known as Marvel's most famous family, the Fantastic Four. ... See full summary »
A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
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
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One of Spider-Man's classic villains from the comics, Doctor Octopus appears on Peter and Mary Jane's television during a news segment on Spider-Man. Dr. Octopus' only line of dialogue is a faint grunt when Spider-Man punches him in their brief fight (episode 1.01 "Worlds Apart Part 1"). See more »
Spidey's outfit is cool and the first episode and theme tune are decent, but all there is in regard to this show...
I like Spider-Man a great deal, I do like the first two movies(the third not so much) and the 2003 show and I love the 90s series(haven't seen the 60s series in years though), but I have never liked Spider-Man Unlimited. I do think that Spider-Man's outfit is very cool if different, the theme tune is well done and the show does show a decent- and promising if done right- start. Unfortunately, what it promised in the first episode is not done right afterwards. The concept of putting Spider-Man on Counter-Earth just doesn't make sense to me, and the story lines generally do not engage, I found myself frustrated by its predictability and lack of sense. The writing is incredibly corny, especially with Spider-Man's "witty" quips. The characters I don't care much for, I actually found myself wondering what the point of Carnage and Venom was. Spider-Man himself is not charismatic enough and I really could have done with less of the wisecracks, while Peter Parker is just dull here. The voice acting is also lacking, Rino Romano does what he can but he could have been much more brooding, but the worst case was the laughably bad accent for the Green Goblin. The background music is over-bearing in alternative to the haunting style that you kind of expect. But other than the senseless concept and story lines the worst asset of Spider-Man Unlimited was the animation. The character designs for the animals and the villains, especially Carnage and Vemom, are just ridiculous that it hurts, and the colours are too many and too bright with not that much atmosphere evident. All in all, liked the outfit, the theme tune and the first episode, but everything else is incredibly disappointing, to me that is. 3/10 Bethany Cox
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