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Worlds Apart: Part 1 

When Spider-Man spots his two main enemies, Venom and Carnage, hijacking on John Jameson's spaceship on a trip to the mysterious planet, Counter-Earth, he fails to stop them and the two ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
Rino Romano ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kathleen Barr ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Venom / Eddie Brock / Additional Voices (voice)
Nick Fury (voice)
Ron Halder ...
Sir Ram (voice)
Akiko Morison ...
Dr. Naoko Yamada-Jones (voice) (as Akiko Ann Morison) (credit only)
Richard Newman ...
J. Jonah Jameson / High Evolutionary / Additional Voices (voice)
John Payne ...
John Jameson (voice)
Lady Ursa (voice)
Lord Tyger (voice)
Dale Wilson ...
Machine Men / Additional Voices (voice)


When Spider-Man spots his two main enemies, Venom and Carnage, hijacking on John Jameson's spaceship on a trip to the mysterious planet, Counter-Earth, he fails to stop them and the two symbiote villains go with Jameson to Counter-Earth, where the ship crashes and Jameson presumably dies. The public then blames Spider-Man for Jameson's seeming death. Spider-Man fakes his own death and lies low for half a year until he gets a new nano-tech costume from Reed Richards and gets another ride to Counter-Earth. Written by Anonymous

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2 October 1999 (Canada)  »

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A confusing, yet rather entertaining start
13 September 2012 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

When I first watch this I had no clue what was coming at me. I admit, I just thought "oh, another Spiderman series" and that was just what I expected: Our Webslinger, them good old foes (Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Kingpin – you know the deal), MJ and Aunt May, The Lizard, Eddie Brock, Triple J... All the right stuff for a new Spidey show.

Little did I know, this one is completely different. The Story-Arc about the so-called "Counter Earth" is rather promising, but some elements just doesn't work here. Especially Venom & Carnage are VERY different from the villains we use to know from other Spidey-Shows or Comics. We never really see the hosts of the alien parasites (Eddie Brock and Cletus Kasady) plus they seem to have changed to some kind of liquid shapeshifters – very odd! It's also rather hard to believe that the NY-Citizens forget everything Spiderman had done for them in no time and start to attack him (inlcuding firemen that just saw him save a mother & child from a burning house and calling him "Murderer" for no reason at all) just because Triple J said so…

In Counter-Earth, Liberace seems to be the main technician considering the purple and rosy look of the Machine-Man and Hoover-Bikes of the Beastials there… Fun aside, the Beastials are interesting new entries to the Marvel-Universe and damn, that new Spidey-Suit (inventet by Dr. Reed Richards as he mentioned in this episode) is cool!… even with that stupid web-cape >.<

All in all a little messy episode, but still entertaining enough to keep on watching!

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