Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
Voice Director: Alan Dinehart

US Premiere: Sep 12, 1981
US Conclusion: 1983

Seasons: 3
Episodes: 24

Animation Studio: Marvel Productions

Popularity: 423rd All Time, 629th This Week

Franchise: Spider-Man
Characters on BTVA: 50
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said at 5:28 PM on Sat Mar 4 2017
 1 Shout Out!
Remember watching this when it was on Toon Disney it was kinda cool and would be dope if they do a reboot of it with stronger writing
said at 10:35 AM on Thu Dec 31 2015
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A.K.A. Prototype Ultimate Spider-Man
Shaun Ince
said at 3:03 PM on Tue Jul 14 2015
 6 Shout Outs!
Peter Cullen's performances in this show were definitely the highlight of this show. Mysterio & Red Skull are brilliant. It's also a good example of Cullen's range seeing as most people are more familiar with his Optimus Prime & Eeyore voices.
said at 4:43 PM on Wed Jul 15 2015
@Shaun Ince As I said before, all the villain performers were great in this show. Cullen is no exception.

And as I mentioned in my comment below, all the villains had some of the best evil laughs I've ever heard. You can hear some of them here:

said at 1:47 PM on Tue Mar 10 2015
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Along with the 1967 Fantastic Four, the 1967 Spidey cartoons, the 1989 X-Men pilot and the 1982 Hulk cartoon, this is one of the best Marvel cartoons I've ever seen. All the stories, casting choices, voice direction and performances were perfect.

This show also gave us some of the best evil laughs ever. Whether it be Dennis Marks with his Green Goblin's cackle or Hans Conried's delightful Captain Hook laugh for the Chameleon, every villain was excellently portrayed.

Also, the use of radio veterans like Hans Conried, Shepard Menken, Michael Rye and June Foray was a great addition to this show (and something the solo cartoon really lacked). Also, you get stage veteran William Marshall, who had one of the most awesome deep voices I've ever heard, as the Juggernaut and Tony Stark.

It saddens me that this show, along with the others I've mentioned above, is becoming extremely underrated. I mean, come on guys. Old people know a lot more than us, and that makes us respect them. Why can't we respect old TV shows???

Anyway, this show was one of the best Marvel ever did.
EPA Deane
said at 7:02 AM on Wed Nov 23 2016
@Starscreamsfan "Why can't we respect old tv shows???"

Possibly because they can feel dated, be it from writing, animation or Voice Acting standards.

Lack of personal connections to older shows can also play a factor.

For Example, I prefer later versions of Scooby Doo (in particular 'What's New Scooby Doo') partly because I find Daphne to be less of a flaccid damsel in distress than she was in the original Hanna Barberra cartoons. That and there was less distracting recycled animation footage.

That's the best explanation I can think of.
said at 4:48 PM on Wed Dec 7 2016
@EPA Deane Animation, yes. However, I honestly think the writing in this show was really good. Really witty old timey writing which calls back to the old radio days.

Plus, the actors are really having a blast doing all these quirky and fun performances. I have seen shows that have dated badly (the 1978 Fantastic Four cartoon), but this one is not one of them. I really think this show is still fun to this day.
EPA Deane
said at 2:31 PM on Sat Dec 10 2016
@Starscreamsfan 'Quirky and fun performance's' can sometimes be ill fitting for specific characters (Australian Wolverine voices? REALLY?).

'Old Timey Writing' can also lead to flat characterisation and a lack of subtlety (There's a reason why I preferred Hordak to Skeletor as a main villain).
said at 4:58 PM on Sat Dec 10 2016
@EPA Deane Well, I really prefer to hear performers having fun and really getting into the character (Hans Conried's Chameleon, Michael Rye's Magneto and Shepard Menken's Dr. Doom are perfect examples of that).

And seriously, you need to listen to more radio shows.

Wit and sense of humor is something that is constantly getting lost in TV shows nowadays, which is why I don't watch a lot of TV as of now.
EPA Deane
said at 11:18 AM on Sun Dec 11 2016
@Starscreamsfan I'm partial to Agatha Christie and Francis Durbridge radio dramatisations actually.

The UK doesn't have that many Superhero Radio Serials.
said at 5:51 PM on Sun Dec 11 2016
@EPA Deane Well, if you want a recommendation, check the 1940s Superman radio show. It has great acting and really good writing (the Atom Man saga is really engaging).
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6th Annual BTVA Voice Acting Awards 2016
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Who's your favorite character?
Captain America / Steve Rogers
66.7% (2 votes)
Spider-Man / Peter Parker
33.3% (1 vote)
3 Total Votes
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