|Spider-Man: The New Animated Series|
|Title:||Spider-Man: The New Animated Series|
|Running time:||30 min.|
|Production company:||Adelaide Productions|
Sony Pictures Entertainment
|Executive producers:||Stan Lee; Avi Arad; Brian Michael Bendis; Morgan Gendel; Audu Paden; Rick Ungar|
|Producers:||Steven Wendland; Barbara Zelinski; Craig Kyle; Shea Wageman|
|Principal cast:||Neil Patrick Harris; Lisa Loeb; Ian Ziering|
|First aired:||July 11th, 2003|
|Last aired:||August 22nd, 2003|
Spider-Man: The New Animated Series is an American computer animated television series of the superhero fantasy genre. It is based on the Marvel Comics character, Spider-Man, who has appeared in numerous titles since his introduction in Amazing Fantasy #15 in 1962. The series was produced by Adelaide Productions and Marvel Entertainment and aired on MTV for a single season from July to August, 2003, spanning a total of thirteen episodes. The show featured the voice talents of Neil Patrick Harris as Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, Lisa Loeb as Mary Jane Watson and Ian Ziering as Harry Osborn. Other notable voice actors who have worked on the show include Jennifer Hale, Julie Nathanson; Rino Romano, Cree Summer, Michael Clarke Duncan, Michael Dorn and SuChin Pak.
|1x1||The Party||July 11th, 2003|
|1x2||Keeping Secrets||July 18th, 2003|
|1x3||Spider-Man Dis-Abled||August 8th, 2003|
|1x4||Tight Squeeze||July 25th, 2003|
|1x5||Royal Scam||August 15th, 2003|
|1x6||Heroes and Villains||August 22nd, 2003|
|1x7||Head Over Heels||July 25th, 2003|
|1x8||Law of the Jungle||July 18th, 2003|
|1x9||Flash Memory||August 29th, 2003|
|1x10||When Sparks Fly||August 1st, 2003|
|1x11||Sword of Shikata||July 18th, 2003|
|1x12||Mind Games (Part 1)||August 15th, 2003|
|1x13||Mind Games (Part 2)||August 22nd, 2003|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Spider-Man: The New Animated Series aired on Friday evenings at 10:00 pm.
- Spider-Man was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko. He first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15, which was published by Marvel Comics in August, 1962.
- Computer digital rendering for this series was done by Mainframe Entertainment.
- The original concept behind the series was to base it off the continuity of the Ultimate Spider-Man comic book series by Brian Michael Bendis. Instead, the producers opted to keep it more in-line with the Spider-Man film series by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
- MTV decided that the ratings for the series were insufficient to warrant a second season, leaving the series to end on a cliffhanger. Director Brandon Vietti stated that had the series gone on he would have used the villains Mysterio, Vulture, and more of Kraven.