Every Spider-Man Animated Series Ranked


The Amazing Spider-Man, one of the most known and popular superheroes of all time, made his debut in 1962. It was surely no surprise to anyone that the hero would soon find himself transformed to animation after achieving instant critical and economic success.

From 1967 through the present, Spider-Man has appeared in a slew of animated episodes of various quality. These episodes may be considered as fascinating time capsules of the era in which they were created, and they provide some interesting interpretations of the wall-crawling hero. Thanks to IMDb, you can examine the total audience ratings for each show and decide which ones are worth your time.

  •         Animated Spider Man inspired from MCU

One of Spider-most Man’s recent animated series premiered in 2017, the same year as the feature film Spider-Man: Homecoming. This proposed series would draw clear cues from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would air on Disney XD for three seasons till 2020.

This series drew mixed reactions from viewers and now ranks towards the bottom of most fans’ wish lists. Many people believe that the program improved over time, and its third season, Maximum Venom, featured the symbiotic villain in a major position.

  •         Spider-Man Unlimited

Spider-Man Unlimited, released in 1999, was a pseudo-sequel to the 1994 animated series, with a completely different concept than any other Spider-related animation. In the program, the web-slinger is transported to a strange new world where he teams up with resistance fighters to combat a danger known as the High Evolutionary.

The Beastials, as well as Venom and Carnage, posed a considerable danger, but the program also included heroic versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture. Spidey would wear a fresh new costume for the series, replete with built-in web-shooters and the ability to disappear. After only a few episodes, it was quickly terminated, and it ended on a cliffhanger with episode 13.

  •         Spider Man Cartoon from 60s

The program that spawned a thousand memes existed long before the internet. Spider-Man, the first animated series based on the web-slinger, debuted on television in 1967. The popular theme music, “Spider-Man, Spider-Man, accomplishes anything a spider can,” would be introduced in this series.

The sitcom, which aired on ABC until 1970, focused on an adolescent Parker and the normal challenges he experienced in the comics of the time. After employing the standard rogue’s gallery in the first season, the second and third seasons nearly entirely abandoned them in favour of generic-looking villains and creatures. This cost-cutting strategy allowed stock footage from another series, Rocket Robin Hood, to be reused.

  •         The Spectacular Spider-Man

Many consider The Spectacular Spider-Man to be among the finest animated Spider-Man series, and it aired for two seasons on the CW and then Disney XD before being cancelled. The fact that the program stopped when it did upset viewers for years and continues to irritate them to this day.

After the conclusion of Sam Raimi’s film trilogy, the program gave a new take on the webhead with amazing animation, writing, and story structure. The program takes time to develop its side characters and antagonists, allowing their tales to unfold gradually over time. Unfortunately, many of those plot lines would go unsolved.

  •         The 90s Spider Man Animated Series

Superhero animation was at an all-time high in the 1990s, and it has likely never been equaled since, with films like Batman: The Animated Series and X-Men wowing viewers and garnering Oscars. Spider-Man, which debuted in 1994 and lasted five seasons on Fox Kids Network, joined these popular series.

There was action, mystery, drama, romance, and even some horror aspects throughout the series. Classic and modern villains were brilliantly portrayed, the supporting cast all contributed something to the proceedings, and Parker himself earned one of his all-time finest on-screen portrayals. To this day, it is a fan favourite for a good cause.

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