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	The Many Looks of Spider-Man</p>

‘80s - Cartoon Spidey

Let technology catch up for 20 years and you get the ability to craft much more faithful cartoon representations. In the ‘80s, Spider-Man gains a number of artistic improvements over the ‘60s cartoon. This new incarnation has increased muscle definition, webbing across all stretches of red – just like his comic incarnation. The spider emblem isn’t as carefully crafted as the previous slide, but at least Spidey gets a spider with the proper number of legs.

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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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