1967- 1970
Animated Series!!

The primary signature character for Marvel Comics, "Spider-Man," is the alter-ego of Peter
Parker, science student at a New York City university. While witnessing a radiology
experiment on one fateful day, Peter is bitten on his hand by a spider exposed to the
radioactive field generated by the experiment and later finds that he has acquired the
spider's wall-scaling, leaping, and extra-sensory abilities, in addition to increased endurance
and strength. Peter knits for himself a red-and-blue costume and mask and produces a
web-spinning fluid enabling him to swing from building to building above the streets of
Manhattan. Peter's Uncle Ben is murdered by a burglar, a criminal who earlier ran past Peter
at a television studio to which Peter had come to exhibit his spider-abilities. Peter selfishly
declined to help the police to stop the fleeing malefactor and is to a significant extent
responsible for the death of his uncle. Peter, in his Spiderman guise, finds, punches, and
webs the murderer. Now aware that he has received his powers for a higher purpose than
exhibition for monetary gain, Peter accepts his duty as a costumed fighter of crime, a
responsibility that he vows never again to fail. To financially support his Aunt May, Ben's
widow, Peter becomes a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle newspaper as an aside
to his continued studies and his responsibility as Spiderman to the good people of New York
City. Peter does not allow anyone, not even his aunt, to know that he is Spiderman. The Daily
Bugle publisher, a cigar-smoking, self-righteous, blustery chauvinist named J. Jonah
Jameson, has a jaundiced view of Spiderman's heroism and wields considerable influence
with the city government and police force. So, Spidey must constantly be wary of the police
whom he is helping, usually retaining the villains that he catches in a web for police to
apprehend after he has left the capture scene, and attaching a note with an appropriate pun
in regard to the crook and which says that the capture was courtesy of "Your Friendly
Neighborhood Spiderman". Peter often uses his intimate involvement with his alter-ego's
pursuit of villains to obtain exclusive photographs of the criminals, their evil deeds, and their
capture, and provides the photographs to an incredulous Jameson, who, though he prints
the pictures, usually manages to negatively spin-doctor Spiderman's involvement and
magnify his own importance, much to Spidey's good-natured annoyance and the objection of
Spidey's admirer and Peter's friend, Betty Brant, Jameson's feisty secretary. Meanwhile, in
Peter's continued university life, he encounters eccentric professors whose unauthorized,
dangerous experiments result in calamity that only Spiderman can remedy, and he
experiences frustration with girl-friends who accuse him of cowardice every time that he
must leave them in the midst of a dire situation so that he can
privately change into Spiderman.

Season Three

40  The Winged Thing / Conner's Reptiles  3/22/1970  301/302  
41  Trouble With Snow / Spiderman Vs. Desperado  3/29/1970  303/304  
42  Sky Harbor / The Big Brainwasher  4/5/1970  305/306  
43  The Vanishing Doctor Vespasian / Scourge of the Scarf  4/12/1970  307/308  
44  Super Swami / The Birth of Microman  4/19/1970  309/310  
45  Knights Must Fall / The Devious Dr. Dumpty  4/26/1970  311/312  
46  Up From Nowhere  5/3/1970  313  
47  Rollarama  5/10/1968  314  
48  Rhino / The Madness of Mysterio  5/17/1970  315/316  
49  Revolt in the Fifth Dimension  5/24/1970  317  
50  Specialists and Slaves  5/31/1970  318    
51  Down to Earth  6/7/1970  319  
52  Trip to Tomorrow  6/14/1970  320  

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