FROM THE PRIVATE FILES OF PETER BENJAMIN PARKER
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"Hey!  How did you manage to learn my secret identity?  And how did you manage to hack into my private computer files?  Well, you caught me.  Since your last name isn't 'Osborn', 'Fisk', 'Brock' or 'Octavius', I assume you know how to keep a secret.  Let's just keep this between us.  Anyway, welcome to my private records.  I see you've already made yourself at home.  Sheesh.  Anyway, this section you've logged onto (or to be precise, hacked into, but I digress) is where I talk about all of the superheroes that I encountered during my past adventures as Spider-Man.  A lot of them remain some of my closest allies and are a big help to me in battle, especially whenever guys like Venom or Scorpion bust out of Ravencroft and try to destroy me.  Here are my comments about who these guys are, what they're capable of, and how much they've helped me time after time.  Oh, yeah.  And the moderator of this site tosses in his two cents about his opinion about my super-powered pals.  Want to know more?  Then just read on, Web-heads!"
- Peter Parker
 
 
 
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FELICIA HARDY/THE BLACK CAT

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 10 (as the Black Cat)
SEASON FOUR - "Partners in Danger, Chapter III: The Black Cat", "Partners in Danger, Chapter IV: The Return of Kraven", "Partners in Danger, Chapter V: Partners", "Partners in Danger, Chapter VI: The Awakening", and "Partners in Danger, Chapter VII: The Vampire Queen"
SEASON FIVE - "The Wedding", "The Return of Hydro-Man" 2-parter, "Secret Wars, Chapter II: The Gauntlet of the Red Skull", and "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: "I've never met anyone quite like the Black Cat.  I remember that, during the first time I met her, she actually started off as a thief.  It turned out she was actually working for the Kingpin, but she was only working for him so that she could free his captive, John Hardeski, who had given her super-powers with the same Super-Soldier formula that created Captain America.  The Cat and I teamed up and managed to get Hardeski free, even though we had to deal with the Kingpin, his goons, Doctor Octopus, and even S.H.I.E.L.D.  Hardeski was able to destroy the Super-Soldier formula before he got away, and I later bumped into the Black Cat when I encountered my old foe-turned-friend Kraven the Hunter.  At the time, I was grieving with the loss of Mary Jane, but Cat was able to convince me that it was Dr. Mariah Crawford, not Kraven, was the one we were really after and that she was suffering from a similar wonder drug that Kraven was exposed to.  Cat was able to help us give Crawford a partial antidote, but she didn't want to change back to normal and she ran off with Kraven instead.  It wasn't until Cat was abducted by Alistair Smythe that I realized how much I'd started to care about her, and even though I was forced to abduct the Scorpion for Smythe in exchange for Cat's freedom, I also wound up abducted so that Smythe's new boss, Silvermane. It turned out he wanted me so that he could drain off my youth and I'd be turned into an old man while he became a young man again.  When the Vulture crashed the party and I got free, Cat and I became partners and we teamed up to fight off Smythe, the Vulture, and the Scorpion.  After that, we managed to free Morbius from Kingpin's clutches and I managed to stop his henchman, Shocker.  But after Cat and I helped Morbius and Blade stop Blade's own mother Muriel, now a vampire, from turning people into vampires with the Neogenic Recombinator, the Cat decided to leave New York and join Blade and Morbius instead in their fight against vampires.  I met Cat a few more times after that, at my own wedding to Mary Jane, who I didn't know was actually a clone, and then Cat helped me again when Hydro-Man abducted the M.J. clone.  I later brought her back to help me in the Secret War, but after we defeated Doctor Doom and won the war, Cat went back to Earth to help Blade and Morbius with no memory of what happened.  I haven't seen the Cat since.  Of all the costumed heroes I've managed to meet, nobody's crossed my path as memorably as the Black Cat has."
MY TAKE: The Black Cat is one of my favorite character from the Spider-Man comics, but I didn't really care for Cat on this animated series.  Don't get me wrong.  I loved what was done with her alter-ego Felicia Hardy.  It was nice to see her as the wealthy love interest for our struggling-to-pay-the-rent hero, Peter Parker, and she had a very good part on this show.  Then, in season four, she finally, FINALLY became the Black Cat.  But alas, it was at the hands of the Kingpin.  He had his new lieutenant, Herbert Landon, improve the original Super-Soldier formula so that Felicia could actually CHANGE into the Black Cat, turning from the blonde, average physiqued Felicia into the white-haired, athletically-fit Cat.  The problem was, in her episodes after her two-part origin storyline, Black Cat just wasn't that interesting.  Sure, she played off of Spidey well when they were partners, but even then, that was only for three episodes.  Which is pretty unusual when you think about it, considering the fourth season was called "Partners in Danger".  To top it all off, in two of the three episodes where Cat and Spidey were partners, that's when Morbius came back and so did Felicia's feelings for Michael.  Just when Spidey and Cat were falling for each other, BAM, Morbius comes back and Black Cat quits being Spidey's partner to help him stop vampires with Blade.  WHAT?!?  Cat's return in season five was even worse, when she helped Spidey fight off the Green Goblin and his Goblin robots he got from Alistair Smythe, appeared for the infamous "Return of Hydro-Man" two-part atrocity, and then she was even worse when she appeared in the second and third parts of the "Secret Wars" storyline.  Black Cat was obnoxious, surprisingly arrogant to the original Super-Soldier himself Captain America, and snapped at Spider-Man when he brought her to the alien planet to help them win a war.  Yeah, I know she was helping Blade and Morbius when Spidey suddenly beamed her to the alien planet to help out.  While it's understandable that Black Cat doesn't want to suddenly be taken away from her friends during a fight with vampires, it doesn't excuse the fact Spidey brought her there to help in a war for the fate of an entire planet!  Sheesh.  Curiously, one aspect I would've loved to have seen was having Hobgoblin return in season four and Spider-Man would've helped Black Cat fight him off.  Considering that Jason Macendale, Hobgoblin's alter-ego, dated Felicia only for her wealth and threatened her life, I would've been curious to see how Black Cat would've reacted in a rematch with her villainous ex-fiance.  Sadly, we never got to see Black Cat and Hobgoblin face-off, and I think it's a wasted opportunity.  In closing, Black Cat should've gotten better treatment on this show.  Her origin story was fine, but a rushed partnership, occasional bad characterization and an unnecessary return for Morbius causes Black Cat's later appearances leaving me wanting more, as well as better-written stories done with the character.  Black Cat was fine on this show, but when she was just Felicia Hardy, they did an even better job.
 
 
 
BLADE THE VAMPIRE HUNTER 

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 4
SEASON TWO - "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IX: Blade the Vampire Hunter" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter X: The Immortal Vampire"
SEASON FOUR - "Partners in Danger, Chapter XII: The Vampire Queen"
SEASON FIVE - "Secret Wars, Chapter II: The Gauntlet of the Red Skull"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon
 
 
 
STEVE ROGERS/CAPTAIN AMERICA

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 7
SEASON FOUR - "Partners in Danger, Chapter II: The Cat"
SEASON FIVE - "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism", the "Secret Wars" 3-parter
[NOTE: Captain America speaks once in "Partners in Danger, Chapter II: The Cat" by an unknown, uncredited voice actor]
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon


MATT MURDOCK/DAREDEVIL

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON THREE: "The Sins of the Fathers, Chapter VI: Guilty" and "The Sins of the Fathers, Chapter VII: The Man Without Fear"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon

 
 
- FANTASTIC FOUR
- REED RICHARDS/MR. FANTASTIC 
NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE - "Secret Wars, Chapter I: Arrival" and "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon
 
 
 
- SUSAN STORM-RICHARDS/INVISIBLE WOMAN

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE - "Secret Wars, Chapter I: Arrival" and "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon
 
 
 
- JOHNNY STORM/THE HUMAN TORCH 

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
"Secret Wars, Chapter I: Arrival" and "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- BEN GRIMM/THE THING

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE - "Secret Wars, Chapter I: Arrival" and "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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ANTHONY "TONY" STARK/IRON MAN

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 6
SEASON THREE: "Sins of the Fathers, Chapter X: Venom Returns", "Sins of the Fathers, Chapter XI: Carnage", and "Sins of the Fathers, Chapter XII: The Spot"
SEASON FIVE: The "Secret Wars" three-parter
[NOTE: Tony Stark appears in all three episodes in Season Three, but is only seen wearing his Iron Man suit in Season Three in "Chapter XII: Carnage" and is only seen as Iron Man in the "Secret Wars" episodes]
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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MADAME WEB

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: Details Coming Soon
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MICHAEL MORBIUS/MORBIUS, THE LIVING VAMPIRE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 8 (as a vampire)
SEASON TWO - "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter VI: Morbius", "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter VII: Enter the Punisher", "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter VIII: Duel of the Hunters", "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: Blade the Vampire Hunter" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter X: The Immortal Vampire"
CHAPTER FOUR: "Partners in Danger, Chapter VI: The Awakening" and "Partners in Danger, Chapter VII: The Vampire Queen"
CHAPTER FIVE: "Secret Wars, Chapter II: Gauntlet of the Red Skull"
KINGPIN'S TAKE: "I knew Michael Morbius when he was just a fellow classmate at Empire State University. Originally, we were rivals for the position of Dr. Connors' lab assistant if we managed to come up with the most original neogenics experiment, as well as rivals for the attention of Felicia Hardy. I had no idea that his quest would lead him to steal a vial of my own radioactive blood from my locker and experiment with it. Michael's experimenting resulted in having a bat feed off the blood when it was bombarded by a ray from the Neogenic Recombinator and then it bit Michael, turning him into a living vampire. I fought with Michael a couple of times, even with Blade the Vampire Hunter, until another blast from the Recombinator mutated him further into a vampire bat creature and he fled to a cave. He was eventually discovered, brought back to E.S.U., and met my then-partner Black Cat. Shortly after, he was abducted by the Kingpin's men, Herbert Landon and the Shocker, so that he could be experimented on. Morbius was reverted back from his bat form to his vampiric self, and he became an ally when he helped the Cat and I stop Landon. He even helped Blade, Black Cat and I stop Blade's own mother, now a vampire, from turning the people of New York into vampires with the Neogenic Recombinator. After that fight, Black Cat decided to quit being partners and she went with Morbius and Blade in their quest to stop vampires. I haven't seen Michael since, but I have a feeling we could meet again, someday soon."
MY TAKE: Eight episodes.  That's how much attention that was given to Michael Morbius in his Living Vampire form.  Eight.  That means he was in MORE episodes than both Green Goblins, more than Venom, more than Carnage.  And I still can't get over it.  Morbius's introduction in season two was okay, as Peter's classmate rival and Felicia's boyfriend.  But he just got too many episodes devoted to him. In season two alone, he's in FIVE episodes, back to back.  The first time, "Chapter VI: Morbius", was fine, because it was his debut as the Living Vampire.  Next, we see him briefly confront a six-armed Spidey in "Chapter VII: Enter the Punisher" and then briefly meet the Man-Spider in "Chapter VIII: Duel of the Hunters".  But then we got the two-part storyline with Blade, and I just wished Morbius would just go away.  He finally did in "Chapter X: The Living Vampire", where he turned into a bat monster and fled to hibernate in a cave.  Whatever.  I was just glad to see him out of there.  But then he came back in season four for two more, totally unnecessary episodes.  I do admit that I loved seeing Morbius meet with Black Cat in "Chapter VI: The Awakening", where she unmasked in front of him and admitted she still loved Michael.  But did we REALLY need to see him come back?  Really?  When so many villains and guest heroes got so little character development and were forgotten in future episodes or reappearing in lackluster episodes in later seasons, Morbius got a pretty good amount of focus.  Heck, he even made a cameo in the second part of the "Secret Wars" storyline alongside Black Cat and Blade.  Guest heroes like The Mighty Thor, The Incredible Hulk, and the full X-Men team were denied from appearing in "Secret Wars", but we could see MORBIUS in "Secret Wars"?!?  Sure, those guys couldn't appear due to budgetary reasons and Hulk's show on rival network UPN, but come on!  Also, what was with Morbius's design?  I mean, look at his face when he's a normal guy.  When he was NORMAL, he looks like a 40 something guy in class, with the lines across the top of his head and weirdly-drawn cheek lines.  It's like watching any teen movie where you see a 17 year old high school student being played by a 29 year old actor.  It just doesn't look right.  Don't get me wrong, Morbius is a cool character and I'm glad he appeared on this show.  But after a while, you really got tired of seeing him pop up so many times.  I'm already sick of typing his name so many times.  I'm glad that John Semper liked the guy and got to devote a lot of episodes to him, but in my opinion, I just wish he hadn't been used so much on this show.
 
 
 
NICK FURY 

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 6
SEASON ONE - "Day of the Chameleon"
SEASON FOUR - "Partners in Danger, Chapter II: The Cat" and "Partners in Danger, Chapter III: The Black Cat"
SEASON FIVE - "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter I", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: "Nick Fury was the very first hero I'd ever come across.  The head of the organization S.H.I.E.L.D., a headquarters that just happens to be located cloaked in orbit over New York, Fury was a war hero who now commands some of the best government agents in the world to stop the most serious threats.  I actually first saw Fury as plain old Peter Parker, spying on his conversation with my lovable, gruff boss J. Jonah Jameson, when the Chameleon arrived in New York to infiltrate old Jonah's party.  I didn't actually meet him as Spider-Man until I had stopped the Chameleon from committing an assassination, when he was disguised as Peter Parker!  He actually gave me a thumb's up and thanked me for my help, and when you're as disliked by the people of New York as your friendly neighborhood wall-crawler, getting a 'thank you' is a pretty big deal and nice change of pace.  I'd bump into Fury later a few more times after, like when I went to S.H.I.E.L.D. to ask him about Felicia's father (and thief) the Cat, and then again when the Insidious Six attacked his fancy-schmancy flying headquarters to break out the Chameleon.  I haven't seen him since Electro destroyed S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters and all of its agents had to evacuate, but if I know Nick Fury, I'm sure he'll be back in a bigger, better flying headquarters and commanding his S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to keep the world safe soon enough."
MY TAKE: Nick Fury was one of those guest heroes that you're not really sure why you're watching him in a Spider-Man cartoon.  I mean, he's nowhere near as close friends with Spidey as the Human Torch and Daredevil, and whenever they did meet, they didn't really do a whole lot together.  I didn't get as a kid why Fury had to appear in as many episodes as he did, and now, as an adult, I still kind of don't.  Is it just to have him on a Spider-Man cartoon for the first time?  Is it to show how cool the flying S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters was?  (And it actually IS very cool, it was one of the show's best locations.)  Whatever.  Fury's there, his agents are there, his flying fortress in the sky is there, and it's all just for fun.  But when Fury popped up in season five, I didn't really like what they did with him and S.H.I.E.L.D.  Having Electro destroy the headquarters just to show how powerful he was was pretty stupid and they made Fury look like an idiot in the process.  Never mind that they fire energy lasers at Electro in an attempt to stop him, because they know it'll work since ELECTRO CONTROLS ALL ENERGY AND ELECTRICITY, but he shuts down their power supply, takes down their base and forces everyone to evacuate.  While we see people leave via parachute like Fury, not one mention of the prisoners inside being evacuated is given, LIKE FELICIA'S FATHER, WHO IS A CAPTIVE ON-BOARD.  Was he taken out?  Did he die in the explosions?  Weird.  It's also pretty unintentionally comical to see a flying headquarters float down into the river with enormous parachutes sticking out of it from all directions while blowing up from the inside.  After Fury evacuates, he's never seen or heard from again.  Look, if you're going to use Nick Fury, do something interesting with him.  Unfortunately, this show just didn't succeed at doing that.
 
 

HOBIE BROWN/THE PROWLER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 1
SEASON FOUR - "Partners in Danger, Chapter XI: The Prowler"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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FRANK CASTLE/THE PUNISHER 

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON TWO - "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter VII: Enter the Punisher" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter VIII: Duel of the Hunters"
SEASON FIVE - "Partners in Danger, Chapter VIII: The Return of the Green Goblin"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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ROCKET RACER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 1
SEASON THREE - "The Sins of the Fathers, Chapter V: Rocket Racer"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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SILVER SABLE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 4
SEASON FIVE - "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter I: Forgotten Warriors", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter II: Unclaimed Legacy", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again", and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- SIX FORGOTTEN WARRIORS
- THE DESTROYER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON FIVE: "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again" and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon


- BLACK MARVEL

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON FIVE: "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again" and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon


- MISS AMERICA
NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON FIVE: "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again" and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- THE WHIZZER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON FIVE: "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again" and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- THE THUNDERER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 3
SEASON FIVE: "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter III: Secrets of the Six", "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter IV: The Six Fight Again" and "Six Forgotten Warriors, Chapter V: The Price of Heroism"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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WAR MACHINE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON THREE - "The Sins of the Fathers, Part X: Venom Returns" and "The Sins of the Fathers, Part XI: Carnage"
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- THE X-MEN


- PROFESSOR CHARLES XAVIER
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NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- LOGAN/WOLVERINE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- DR. HENRY "HANK" McCOY/BEAST

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- ORORO MUNROE/STORM


NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 5
SEASON TWO - "Neogenic Nightmare, Part IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Part V: Mutants' Revenge"
SEASON FIVE - The "Secret Wars" 3-parter
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon



- SCOTT SUMMERS/CYCLOPS

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- JEAN GREY

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
MY TAKE: Details Coming Soon



- ROGUE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- REMY LeBEAU/GAMBIT

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- JUBILEE

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON TWO: "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter IV: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare, Chapter V: Mutants' Revenge"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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ALTERNATE REALITY SPIDER-MEN

- SCARLET SPIDER

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE: "Spider Wars, Chapter 1: I Really, Really Hate Clones" and "Spider-Wars, Chapter 2: Farewell, Spider-Man"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- ARMORED SPIDER-MAN

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE: "Spider Wars, Chapter 1: I Really, Really Hate Clones" and "Spider-Wars, Chapter 2: Farewell, Spider-Man"
SPIDEY'S TAKE: Details Coming Soon
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- OCTO-SPIDEY

NUMBER OF APPEARANCES: 2
SEASON FIVE: "Spider Wars, Chapter 1: I Really, Really Hate Clones" and "Spider-Wars, Chapter 2: Farewell, Spider-Man"
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SIX-ARMED SPIDEY

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POWERLESS SPIDER-MAN
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