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John Eric Bentley
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The 90s Spiderman cartoons were awesome. Many of the stories could have been used to the current movies. The versions of Peter Parker, Mary Jane, Felicia, Doc Oc, Harry, Norman Osborne and on and on are far superior to the movies.
I really like the humor Spiderman shows and the inner turmoils depicted through Peter Parker's thoughts. These particular episodes were the epitome of what this series was all about. Great storytelling, wonderful dialog, awesome characters and superb character development. The cartoons have deeply been missed.
Anyone wanting to be entertained and gain true insight into Spiderman and what he is really about should try and watch as many of the Spiderman animated series shows as possible. I hope and pray they bring out the entire series on DVD some day. I still can't understand why!
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