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"Spider-Man Unlimited" Worlds Apart: Part 1 (1999)

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Writers:
Will Meugniot (writer)
Michael Reaves (writer)
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Original Air Date:
2 October 1999 (Season 1, Episode 1)
Plot:
When Spider-Man spots his two main enemies, Venom and Carnage, hijacking on John Jameson's spaceship on a trip to the mysterious planet... See more » | Full synopsis »
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A confusing, yet rather entertaining start See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
Rino Romano ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kathleen Barr ... Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Michael Donovan ... Carnage / Cletus Kasady (voice)
Brian Drummond ... Venom / Eddie Brock / Additional Voices (voice)

Mark Gibbon ... Nick Fury (voice)
Ron Halder ... Sir Ram (voice)

Jennifer Hale ... Mary Jane Watson (voice)
Akiko Morison ... Dr. Naoko Yamada-Jones (voice) (credit only) (as Akiko Ann Morison)
Richard Newman ... J. Jonah Jameson / High Evolutionary / Additional Voices (voice)
John Payne ... John Jameson (voice)

Tasha Simms ... Lady Ursa (voice)

David Sobolov ... Lord Tyger (voice)
Dale Wilson ... Machine Men / Additional Voices (voice)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Patrick Archibald 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Will Meugniot  writer
Michael Reaves  writer

Original Music by
Ian Christian Nickus (original music by)
 
Film Editing by
Shawn Logue 
 
Sound Department
David W. Barr .... dialogue editor
Kevin Newson .... dialogue recordist
 
Music Department
David Ari Leon .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Gustavo A. Pablik .... talent manager
 

Series Crew
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Produced by
Avi Arad .... executive producer
Matthew Edelman .... co-executive producer
Will Meugniot .... producer
Eric S. Rollman .... executive producer
 
Production Design by
Shannon Denton 
 
Art Department
Patrick Archibald .... storyboard artist
Stefano Gaudiano .... storyboard artist
Keith Giffen .... storyboard artist
Rick Hobers .... storyboard artist
Lothell Jones .... storyboard artist
Lothell Jones .... storyboard revisionist
 
Other crew
Larry Brody .... executive creative consultant
Jamie Simone .... voice director
 
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A confusing, yet rather entertaining start, 13 September 2012
Author: CrackerJack30 from Berlin, Germany

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

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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