Poll Position: Animated Spidey Edition!

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Following in last weeks shoes, this weeks Poll Position Asks you which of the following Spiderman cartoons do YOU like the best!

 

1960’s Spiderman Cartoon

1980’s Spiderman Cartoon

Spiderman and his Amazing Friends

1990’s Spiderman Cartoon

Spiderman Unlimited

The MTV Spiderman Cartoon

The Spectacular Spiderman

Ultimate Spiderman 

( Links to Youtube videos of each shows opening credits will be after the Jump )

The 1960’s Spiderman Cartoon

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The 1980’s Spiderman Cartoon

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Spiderman and his Amazing Friends 

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1990’s Spiderman Cartoon

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Spiderman Unlimited

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The MTV Spiderman Cartoon

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The Spectacular Spiderman

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Ultimate Spiderman

( Ultimate Spiderman doesn’t really have any opening credits, but I found this fan made version )

4 Responses to Poll Position: Animated Spidey Edition!

  1. I have to admit a fondness for the 60’s cartoon since I watched it as a kid back in the 70’s but even then I was bothered by the constant reuse of footage. The theme is still the best so far by a long shot and will always be the soundtrack for Spider-man.

    Until it jumped the shark in the last season with the horrible retelling of Secret Wars, I always thought the 90’s series did a very good job of capturing Peter Parker’s struggle being Spider-man.

  2. I have to admit that the 60’s Spider-Man cartoon is still a guilty pleasure of mine, and I will stop to watch it if I find it on at any time. Even despite the repetitive footage and all. And yes, it does have one of the more addictive theme songs in the history of television.
    I do remember Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends as being pretty fun to watch when it was on, and I have seen a few episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man, which I love the format of, but ’60s Spider-Man still takes the cake for me.

  3. Prof. Abercrombie Q. Anthrax

    I grew up with the Mark I Spidey cartoon, so I’m somewhat biased toward it. Yes, it has it’s flaws, but it’s still got an innocent vibe fun to it, and the theme was even covered by The Ramones.
    The 80’s entries were when I was sliding away, mostly because they weren’t around for very long. They had some good stories, though, and were a welcome Saturday morning show.

  4. Nick Hentschel

    Objectively, the 90’s cartoon was probably the *best* of the lot, but “Amazing Friends” is my personal fave. Not only was it one of the best shows I watched, at a very fondly-recalled period in my life, but it taught me most of what I know about the Marvel Universe.