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Peter Parker, a new student at the famous Horizon High, fights evil super-villains as the costumed superhero, Spider-Man.
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Airs Tue. Aug. 21, 9:00 AM on DXD

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Series cast summary:
Robbie Daymond ...  Peter Parker / ... 39 episodes, 2017-2018
Nadji Jeter ...  Miles Morales / ... 23 episodes, 2017-2018
Fred Tatasciore ...  Max Modell / ... 23 episodes, 2017-2018
Max Mittelman ...  Harry Osborn / ... 23 episodes, 2017-2018
Laura Bailey ...  Gwen Stacy / ... 22 episodes, 2017-2018
Melanie Minichino ...  Anya Corazon / ... 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Scott Menville ...  Otto Octavius / ... 16 episodes, 2017-2018
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An insecure but courageous and intelligent teen named Peter Parker, a new student of Midtown High, is bitten by a radioactive spider and given powers. He becomes a hero named Spider-Man after the death of his uncle and he must adapt to this new way of life.

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USA

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English

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29 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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Marvel's Spider-Man See more »

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Marvel Animation See more »
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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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Josh Keaton, who plays Norman Osborn on this series, is no stranger to the Spider-Man mythos as he has played Harry Osborn in the Spider-Man (2002) original movie video game adaptation and even played Spider-Man himself on varies projects most notably The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008). See more »

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Version of The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man (1999) See more »

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Marvel's Spider-Man (2017)
19 June 2018 | by arv-55231See all my reviews

When looking at the rating for this particular show on IMDb prior to watching it, I was quite disappointed to find it sitting at 6.3. However, with Spider-Man being my favourite superhero and having seen all the other Spider-Man animated series' and films, I wanted to see it.

The Spectacular Spider-Man was great, we all know that. I did not enjoy the Ultimate Spider-Man much and the 1990s version was just decent. However, as a Spidey fan, I feel this new one is a bit underrated. Most aspects of this series I really do like:

Spider-Man/Peter Parker: This is as good a Spider-Man/Peter Parker portrayal as there will ever be. He feels and looks just like he should. Peter Parker is the science kid and is always innocent and busy. Spider-Man is very funny and cool to watch. I loved the Spectacular Spider-Man, but this new Spider-Man/Peter Parker, is just as good. (10/10)

Supporting Characters: The supporting characters are different to usual. Peter Parker does not go to Midtown but to Horizon High, which is designed for science kids. There's Miles Morales, Gwen Stacy, Harry Osborn and a few others. Although the interactions are all good, personally I am not a fan of Miles Morales being part of a Peter Parker Spider-Man story. I feel it takes away from Peter Parker's Spider-Man, yet the emphasis is always really on Peter Parker's Spider-Man. Despite the limited role of Miles Morales, I would have hoped he just wasn't part of this series but he really is quite likeable. I prefer Spider-Man going to midtown high, with the constant interactions with Flash, Sally, Liz, MJ, Gwen etc, but this version suits me just fine after watching it. The one issue I do have is that there is too much focus on Peter Parker with Harry Osborn. I would have preferred to see more ineractions with the other supporting characters; Anya, Gwen, Miles, Aunt May etc. (9/10)

Story: The villain stories are a bit far fetched as they always are, but sometimes it does get a bit ridiculous, but because it's Spidey, and it's fun, it's still enjoyable to watch. As mentioned previously, I do wish they showed more of Peter Parker's life though, say, more interactions with Aunt May, and even more interactions at Horizon High. In the Spectacular Spider-Man, they balanced Peter Parker and Spider-Man very well. Here, the two characters are balanced well, but most of Peter Parker's interactions are with Harry Osborn, I wish they would bring other characters in a lot more often. Something which is quite likeable is how the villains are dealt with, it's always something related to science and the people around Peter Parker. He and his friends usually work together to come to a conclusion in which they all use their scientific brains. That's a huge factor of Spider-Man and i'm glad this series shows that. (9/10)

Overall, I feel this a very underrated series. If Peter Parker was the only Spider-Man, and if more of Peter Parker's interactions were shown with Gwen Stacy, Liz Allen, Flash, Aunt May and others, I would have probably have liked this series as much as the Spectacular Spider-Man series because they have got the character of Spider-Man/Peter Parker spot on here. As a Spider-Man fan, I recommend it, it's better than the Ultimate Spider-Man (which had too many outsiders coming into Spidey's universe) and also the 1990s version (As I prefer a younger Spider-Man/Peter Parker).


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