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Neogenic Nightmare Chapter 9: Blade the Vampire Hunter 

With Man-Spider kept at bay, temporarily, Spider-Man now turns to helping Michael Morbius become human once more. But a vampire hunter named Blade is after Morbius as well.

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Episode credited cast:
... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Linda Gary ... Aunt May Parker (voice)
... Mary Jane Watson (voice)
Liz Georges ... Debra Whitman (voice)
... Felicia Hardy (voice)
... Harry Osborn (voice)
... Michael Morbius (voice)
... Blade (voice)
... Newscaster (voice) (as John F. Beard)
... Detective Terri Lee (voice)
... Dr. Curt Connors (voice) (as Joe Campenella)
... Whistler (voice)
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... Man-Spider / Peter Parker (voice)
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With Man-Spider kept at bay, temporarily, Spider-Man now turns to helping Michael Morbius become human once more. But a vampire hunter named Blade is after Morbius as well.

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TV-Y7-FV
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3 February 1996 (USA)  »

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When aired on 3 February 1996, marked the very first appearance of Whistler, Blade's mentor, in any form. The character was originally created for the movie, Blade (1998), and has never appeared in the comics by Marvel. This episode predates the movie's premier by over two years. See more »

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Spider-Man Theme Song
Performed by Joe Perry
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great episode to an amazing show
23 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

I watched this show every Saturday morning along with X-MEN in the early to mid 90's. But, this episode is awesome. It has blade in it and even before the movie with Westley Snipes. I am watching season 1 through 5 now, and watching it brings me back to being a preteen again. But, watching it now makes me think how good of a show it was even if it was marketed towards kids. I think if it had a little darker tone and more violence it would be a perfect comic book to animated comic book series/show. I like how they take all the original stories from the original Amazing Spider-Man comic books and they do a very good job with bringing the stories to life. Even the new Spider-Man movies don't capture Peter Parker and Spider-Man like this show does. In the movie, they need to make Spider-Man more sharp and witty like he was in the comic books.


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