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	The Many Looks of Spider-Man</p>

‘70s – Live-Action TV

In 1977's The Amazing Spider-Man actor Nicholas Hammond played the hero bitten by a radioactive spider. These were the days when human superheroes wore spandex and tights instead of more respectable fighting gear. Hammond’s Spider-Man dons a clingy unitard and handy utility belt. His eyes are reflective, with a more catlike embellishment than the swooping teardrops Spidey was famous for. Those were some of the only similarities the show had with its source material, and Stan Lee was outwardly displeased with the whole affair.

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  • Jul 22nd 2012 6:40AM

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    Did you guys ever play Shattered Dimensions? Because you forgot a big one called NOIR!

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  • Jul 21st 2012 8:34PM

    Ashley_salas.canela  said...

    Honestly they should have never killed of spiderman. That was just plain dumb. He's now a classic and you can't destroy the classics or you'll drown.

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  • Jul 13th 2012 3:53PM

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    spidey was once in fantastic four

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  • Jul 13th 2012 2:57PM

    Joshuanyc73  said...

    This was the worst comic book movie to date. If you're going to bore your fan base with a remake this soon, at least make it original. Somebody needs to go to Hollywood and open up a can of whoop ass!

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  • Jul 22nd 2012 6:47AM

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    Okay, so say that the movie really isn't "original." How else would you have done Spider-Man justice? It's the first movie in a new franchise, so there's gonna be back story, there's gonna be a love-intrest, and there's gonna be a lot similar to the original, but if there was one before Raimi's, would you call the it unoriginal? It's Peter Parker, who got bitten by a spider and turned into Spider-Man, and I would rather it be similar to what we know and love than some od the stuff they show above. And honestly, I like the new Spider-Man over the Raimi trilogy. More relatable characters, more realistic, and (to me) just better.

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  • Jul 9th 2012 11:57AM

    GHOSTFACE12  said...

    ..Or how about the Spidey/Ben Reily/clone outfit?....anyone?

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  • Jul 6th 2012 10:33AM

    clemons.joe  said...

    You omitted Indian Spiderman!

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  • Jul 3rd 2012 1:53AM

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    I'm going to see it for sure. =)

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  • Jul 2nd 2012 6:49PM

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    what about the Scarlett Spider?

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  • Jul 2nd 2012 4:15PM

    teammiceli  said...

    What about Cosmic Spiderman?

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  • Jul 2nd 2012 8:13AM

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    Sorry but they were not called the Fantastic Four once Spidey join , they renamed themselves The future Foundation after Johnny Storm had "died".

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