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This is my version of the third season of The Spectacular Spider-Man. Spidey will face old enemies and some new ones including the Hobgoblin, Carnage, Man-Wolf, Scorpion, Hydro-Man, the Kingpin, and the nefarious Jackal. He will also learn that he lives in a larger world of superheroes meeting the likes of the Daredevil and the Fantastic Four. Rather then being 13 episodes like the previous seasons the third season has gotten an extension to 50 episodes. Spider-Man and Venom will finally put aside their feud and work together throughout the season, along with Peter slowly managing to rekindle his friendship with Harry Osborn, despite the latter's attempts to destroy his alter ego as the New Goblin. 

CharactersEdit

Main CharactersEdit

  • Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Voiced by - Josh Keaton): Orphaned at a young age, Peter Parker was raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben as if he were their own son. Very bright but taunted by his peers, Peter's life was forever changed during a field trip to a since lab at Empire State University at the end of his sophomore year. While observing a lecture by Dr. Curt Connors, Peter was bitten on the hand by a genetically altered spider which had escaped from its container. The genetic code in the spider's venom rewrote Peter's DNA, giving him spider-related powers such as enhanced strength, enhanced agility, speed, reflexes, endurance, stamina, spider-sense and the ability to stick to almost any dry surface. Seeing potential in his powers, Peter crafted a pair of wrist-mounted web-shooters and a spider-themed costume before attending a wrestling match, under the name of Spider-Man, for a prize of $1,000. Despite quickly defeating the champion Crusher Hogan, Peter was denied his prize by the manager Sullivan Edwards unless he agreed to sign a contract. While leaving the match in anger and frustration, Peter chose not to intervene when he encountered a burglar (later identified as Walter Hardy) making off with money stolen from Edwards' vault, both out of a lust for revenge on Edwards and for believing it was not his responsibility. Upon reaching home, Peter learned from his heartbroken aunt that a criminal had murdered Uncle Ben in cold blood for his car. Desperate for retribution against his uncle's killer, Peter donned his costume and web-shooters and cornered the criminal in a warehouse, but was horrified to discover the culprit was the same man he had allowed to escape earlier that same day. While Peter was tempted to kill the burglar out of revenge, he knew uncle Ben wouldn't approve, so he left the criminal for the police to deal with. Filled with guilt for what his arrogant and irresponsible choice cost him, Peter turned his Spider-Man persona into a superhero, finally taking to heart the message Uncle Ben tried to tell him the last time they spoke: "With great power, there must also come great responsibility.
  • Gwen Stacy/Spider-Girl (Voiced by - Lacey Chabert): Peter's love-interest. She eventually learns Peter is Spider-Man and accepts it. She gets bitten by a spider with chemicals and gains spider-powers too, becoming Spider-Girl.
  • Eddie Brock/Venom (Voiced by - Benjamin Disken): A close friend of Peter Parker, Eddie Brock shared a lifelong bond with Peter since both of their parents had died in the same plane crash. But while Peter had his aunt and uncle to act as his legal guardians, Eddie had no one to take him in. Because of this he had developed an envious subconscious hatred towards Peter for being able to live an easier life. However, he repressed this attitude over the years by acting as a friend and mentor to Peter, often calling him "Bro". Over the course of the series, Eddie's friendship with Peter begins to deteriorate due to a series of misunderstandings, often involving photographs Peter had taken while secretly disguised as Spider-Man. This ultimately damages their friendship. After Spider-Man fused with an alien symbiote which Doctor Connors was studying at ESU, Eddie had to be let go from his job as lab assistant (his only source of income for tuition) since the loss of the alien meant a loss of funding for the lab. After Spider-Man managed to separate himself from the symbiote, he attempted to destroy it in front of Eddie, thus incurring an animosity towards both Spider-Man and Peter, which attracts the alien. The symbiote then subsequently bonds with Eddie, revealing to him Spider-Man's identity, making him the first and only person in the series to learn his secret identity. The union between Brock and the symbiote resulted in the creation of a monstrous, bulky-framed creature resembling Spider-Man, but with black skin, a large white spider symbol adorned on his chest, and a frightening fang-filled mouth. And thus, the monstrosity of Venom was born. A brutal adversary possessing all of Spider-Man's powers but none of his morals, Venom is also able to nullify Spider-Man's spider sense, allowing him the element of surprise against his nemesis. In season 3, Eddie reunites with the symbiote and escapes Ravencroft to continue his quest for Spider-Man, but is forced to put aside his vendetta with the wallcrawler in order to defeat his monstrous "son" Carnage, as well as developing feelings for Dr. Ashley Kafka whose compassion and wisdom prove to be as SPidey puts it 'Eddie's spirtual cure'.. Over time, he begins to remember the good times he had growing up with Peter and after defeating Carnage, he and the symbiote makes peace with Peter and goes out to begin his relationship with Dr. Kafka.
  • Harry Osborn/New Goblin (Voiced by - James Arnold Taylor): Following the apparent demise of his father, Harry Osborn has developed a lust for revenge against Spider-Man, though he is slowly working to rebuild his friendship with Peter Parkter. In season 3, he adopts the identity of the New Goblin after Wilson Fisk encourages him not to be the same man his father was and try to make his own mark on the world, which he believes is destroying Spider-Man. Aside from his chemically-enhanced physical attributes, Harry is armed with a wide variety of gadgets and weaponry to help him in his revenge against Spider-Man, most notably his "skystick", which is a more streamlined, snowboard-like version of the goblin glider that allows for aerodynamic maneuvers and can be controlled remotely.
  • Mary Jane Watson (Voiced by - Vanessa Marshall):. Learned Spider-Man and Spider-Girl's identities but keeps them secret. Reveals some martial arts as first shown when she took down Boomerang.
  • J. Jonah Jameson (Voiced by - Darran Norris):
  • Captain George Stacy (Voiced by - Clancy Brown):
  • Ben Reilly/Scarlet Spider (Voiced by - Josh Keaton):

Supporting CharactersEdit

  • Flash Thompson (Voiced by - Joshua LeBar): The quarterback for Midtown High's football team who frequently bullies and harasses Peter Parker while ironically idolizing Spider-Man
  • Liz Allen (Voiced by - Alanna Ubach): A popular Hispanic cheerleader at Midtown High and Flash and Peter's ex-girlfriend. Despite their breakup in season 2, she still has feelings for Peter.
  • Glory Grant (Voiced by - Cree Summer): .
  • Kenny "King" Kong (Voiced by - Andrew Kishino): .
  • Randy "Rand" Robertson (Voiced by - Phil LaMarr): a player on the Midtown High School football team and a friend of Flash Thompson, but is shown in the show to be much nicer and more neutral than his teammates. He is dating Sally Avril and is Robbie Robertson's son.
  • Sally Avril (Voiced by - Grey DeLisle): Rand Robertson's snobby cheerleader girlfriend and one-time crush of Peter Parker.
  • Sha Shan Nguyen (Voiced by - Kelly Hu): A student at M3 High and the love interest of Flash Thompson. Like Flash, she too idolizes Spider-Man.
  • Ned Leeds (Voiced by - Andrew Kishino): A reporter for the Daily Bugle and one of Peter Parker's coworkers.
  • Betty Brant (Voiced by - Grey DeLisle): Betty is J. Jonah Jameson's personal secretary. She is shown in the show to be calm and collected, even during Jameson's constant outrages. She discovers Peter and Gwen are the Spider-Duo and keeps it secret, knowing JJ's outburst and fearing for their safety, especially after the Scorpion incident caused by JJ's vendetta.
  • Felica Hardy/Black Cat (Voiced by - Tricia Helfer):
  • May Parker (Voiced by - Deborah Strang): Peter Parker's aunt and Ben Parker's widow. She constantly worries about Peter's well-being (going so far as to establish a strict curfew) and works hard to pay the ever-growing stack of bills that keep coming, though she is equally adamant about Peter not giving his hard-earned money to her without thinking of his own needs as well. In season 3, she admits she knew Peter was Spider-Man the whole time, and is proud of him for doing what is right.
  • Emily Osborn (Voiced by - Marina Sirtis): Harry Osborn's mother and Norman's widow. She loves her son deeply and encourages him to make peace with his friends.
  • Joseph "Robbie" Robertson (Voiced by - Kevin Michael Richardson): Robbie is the Editor-in-chief of the Daily Bugle and father to Randy Robertson. He is shown to be one of the few people who considers Spider-Man as a True Hero. Reveals a tragic past of how he'd known Tombstone... a former pal before a fallout over their different moral-views which led to Tombstone getting his pale appearance due to mutancy by Oscorp chemicals.
  • Hobie Brown/Prowler (Voiced by - Dante Basco): Hobie Brown is a classmate of Peter Parker and a friend of Flash Thompson who secretly comes from a very poor family. Wanting to provide for his relatives and tired of his parents' constant sacrifices so that he could have a better life (along with the fact that he was interrupted so frequently he couldn't tell his friends about his problems), Hobie decided to use his hidden talent for inventing to create a costumed persona for himself to earn money by more unorthodox methods. After crafting a special suit equipped with claw-tipped gloves (for means of climbing, glass cutting and close-quarters combat), gauntlets capable of projecting concussive blasts, sleeping gas pellets, and concussive gas canisters, and webbed wings similar to hat of a flying squirrel that would allow him to glide from place to place, Hobie took to the streets of New York as the enigmatic Prowler, planning to use his costumed identity to steal items at night and then return them the next day in his civilian identity for the reward money. Unfortunately his plans were thrown off course not only by Spider-Man, but by the irate Kingpin who was annoyed by the Prowler's unintentional meddling in his criminal operations. After battling the Kingpin's forces and discovering the Prowler was none other than his classmate, Spider-Man convinced Hobie to use his skills for good, which Prowler promised to do. Aside from his suit and weapons, Prowler is also an expert in tae-kwon-do.
  • Sergeant. Stan Carter (Voiced by - Thomas F. Wilson): Stan is a New York City police officer partnered with Jean DeWolff. He has a short temper and has shown an appreciation of Spider-Man's vigilantism
  • Corporal Jean DeWolff (Voiced by - Irene Bedard): A police officer for the New York City Police Department partnered with Stan Carter. She originally was suspicious about Spider-Man until she learned better during the Apocalypse War.
  • Fredwick Fosswell/Patch (Voiced by - James Arnold Taylor): A reporter at the Daily Bugle who works for J. Jonah Jameson. Dresses as Patch for undercover.
  • Debra Whitman (Voiced by - Massa Moyo): Miles Warren's sarcastic but moral assistant. Reveals some martial arts talents as was first shown when she took on Crossbones. Eventually learns Spider-Man and Spider-Woman are Peter and Gwen. She keeps it secret, and views them as hope of stopping Miles.
  • Richard Fisk (Voiced by - Mark Rolston): Richard Fisk is the son of the Kingpin and Venessa. He's a student who to Midtown High as Peter, Mary, Harry and Gwen's classmate. Although, many student know who he is, Richard has trouble of fitting in as he never spends time with his father. Instead of being in the family business, he wants to be on the Midtown football team. .
  • Mark Allan/Molten Man (Voiced by Eric Lopez): Liz Allan's troubled brother and an avid gambler. He first appeared in "First Steps" where it was mentioned that he just got out of juvenile hall. He is a love interest of Mary Jane Watson. Due to his gambling addiction he turns back to his life of crime and becomes the Molten Man to cover his gambling losses. He soon learns to control his powers for good at Ravencroft with help from Kafka and also redeems himself with help from Surfer's spiritual advice.
  • Dr. Ashley Kafka (Voiced by - Elisa Gabrielli): Dr. Kafka is a psychiatrist at Ravencroft. In the third season, she develops and relationship with Eddie/Venom. She proves so clever... she managed to figure out the psychological affects symbiotes do on people.. and has formed a psychological way to soothe people since symbiotes depend on emotions such as anger and greed.. Reveals some martial arts talents as first shown when she took down Ricchoett. 

EnemiesEdit

  • Green Goblin (Voiced by - Steven Blum):
    • Norman Osborn (Voiced by - Alan Rachins): Though it seemed that Norman Osborn had perished in his final battle against Spider-Man as the Green Goblin, the formula that gave Norman his powers allowed him a healing factor that helped him survive the pumpkin bomb explosion. Fleeing to Europe to make plans, Norman starts an alliance with Dr. Doom to help each other reach their nefarious goals. Their first act on the show was orchestrating the breakout of all of Spider-Man's enemies.
  • Silvio Manfredi/Silvermane (Voiced by - Miguel Ferrer):
    • Sable Manfredi/Silver Sable (Voiced by - Nikki Cox): .
    • Frank Oliver/Kangaroo (Voiced by - Jim Cummings): Growing up in the Australian outback, Frank Oliver held a deep fascination with kangaroos and sought to emulate his marsupial role models. Through diet, practice and determination, Oliver learned how to leap and fight like his country's beloved pouched animals and decided to utilize his new talents in the fighting ring as a professional boxer. Though Oliver's unique fighting style earned him a good name in the fighting circuit, he was forced to flee his homeland as a fugitive when he faced criminal charges for badly injuring one of his opponents with a jump-kick during a match.
  • Hobgoblin (Voiced by - Jeffrey Combs): Though he is of a different name and color than his predecessor the Green Goblin, the Hobgoblin is far from weak. Boasting the same immense strength and arsenal (e.g. goblin glider, pumpkin bombs, razor bats, and energy-projecting gloves), the Hobgoblin is also just as barbaric as his emerald-skinned counterpart yet lacks his predecessor's brains.
    • Roderick Kingsley (Voiced by - Courtney B. Vance): The greedy and unethical owner of a successful cosmetics manufacturing firm, Roderick Kingsley was forced out of business when his dark business practices were exposed to the public by his competitor Narda Ravanna. Wanting vengeance on not only Ravanna, but also his other competitors Kingsley took the identity of Hobgoblin after one of his underlings discovered the Green Goblin's secret cache of weaponry.
  • Miles Warren/Jackal (Voiced by - Brian George): The scheming and underhanded younger brother of Peter's science teacher Aaron Warren. After gaining control over the ESU labs after Curt Connors' departure from New York to Florida with his family, Warren begins using the lab and its resources for his own dark purpose of creating clones of his mentees Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, who were growing increasingly suspicious of their new mentor, especially after finding proof of his connection to Molten Man and Kraven's powers. During his cloning research, Warren deduced that Peter was Spider-Man after discovering some genetic abnormalities in his DNA, and decided to make his own Spider-clone to sell on the black market. When Warren's assistant Debra Whitman discovered what he was doing behind the university's back she attempted to warn Spider-Man, only for Warren, in a panicked fury, to knock her unconscious by throwing a beaker at the back of her head. Horrified but unable to accept responsibility for his actions and wishing to continue his unethical practices, the increasingly paranoid Warren developed an alternate personality to blame for what had happened named "the Jackal", which was inspired by an insult from Whitman when she called him a "disgusting jackal" before she was knocked out cold. After creating a jackal-themed helmet that altered his voice and a pair of poison-tipped clawed gauntlets for himself, the ever-secretive Warren made himself known to the criminal underworld of New York as a back-alley scientist who would provide genetic enhancements to criminals seeking extra strength, the first of which were rookie criminals Max Markham and Marty Blank who became his henchmen after he transformed them into the super-thugs Grizzly and Gibbon. He is eventully beaten by Scarlet Spider.
    • Maxwell "Max" Markham/Grizzly (Voiced by - Fred Tatasciore): A former circus strongman, Max Markham became disillusioned with show business and left the big top to begin a criminal career
    • Martin "Marty" Blank/Gibbon (Voiced by - Rob Paulsen):
  • John Jameson/Man-Wolf (voiced by Daran Norris): The beloved son of J. Jonah Jameson and a dedicated astronaut.
  • Cletus Kassidy/Carnage (Voiced by - Mark Hamill): A deadly psychopath and homicidal sadist who was imprisoned for the slaughtering of numerous innocents, serial killer Cletus Kassidy shared a cell at Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane with Eddie Brock, who had been separated from the symbiote that made him Venom. Not believing for a second that Brock was who he claimed to be, Cletus shared his murderous philosophy on life with his new cellmate: even the average person can commit murder, if only he has the courage. When the symbiote came to free Eddie during a destructive jailbreak it had caused, Cletus was astonished at his his cellmate's transformation, but was dismayed when Brock revealed his plans of using the symbiote's power simply to kill Spider-Man. Cletus attempted to convince Brock that he was underutilizing the alien suit's potential for the sole purpose of killing one individual, but Venom dismissed his advice and escaped Ravencroft, leaving a frustrated and envious Kassidy in their ruined cell. Unbeknownst to Eddie, the Venom symbiote was pregnant during the time of the jailbreak and left behind its offspring as Venom made his leave. Far more violent than its parent, the alien spawn was immedietely drawn to the equally bloodthirsty Cletus Kassidy and merged with him. In that moment, Carnage was born. Psychotic, nihilistic, and devoid of anything remotely symbolizing humanity, Carnage posesss all the powers of Venom and Spider-Man, but at a dangerously higher degree, as well as the power to reshape his limbs into bladed weaponry such as spikes, blades, or whip. In addition, the bond between Kassidy and Carnage is far more profound than that between Brock and Venom; the fact that they refer to themselves as "I" rather than "we" shows that they consider themselves a single being instead of two working together like Brock and Venom.
  • L. Thompson Lincoln/Tombstone/Big Man (Voiced by - Kevin Michael Richardson):
    • Dmitri Anatoly Nikolayevich Smerdyakov Kravinoff/Chameleon (Voiced by - Steve Blum): A devious master of disguise. In this season, he is hired by Tombstone to pose as him under house arrest while he rebuilds his criminal empire.
    • Hammerhead (Voiced by - John DiMaggio): Originally Tombstone's second in command, Hammerhead organized much of the mysterious Big Man's criminal empire, providing its face (and more frequently, muscle) in its various dealings. It was through Hammerhead that the Big Man made a deal with Norman Osborn to continue making super-rogues so Spider-Man would be too distracted to stop the Big Man's operations. He also once worked for Silvermane, and had a relationship with his daughter, Sable. In season 3, Tombstone rehires Hammerhead when he promises not to betray him again as a second chance.
    • Nicholas "Nick" Powell/Chance(Voiced by - Alan Tudyk):
  • Flint Marko/Sandman (voiced by John DiMaggio): Flint Marko was once a small-time thug working under the orders of the Big Man with his partner Alex O'Hirn, both of whom suffered numerous beatings at the hands of Spider-Man. Despite his repeated failures, Marko did not wish for any sort of payback on the webslinger for his interference and only wished to gain "the big score". Shortly after another humiliating defeat, Marko was recruited by Hammerhead to participate in
  • Alex O'Hirn/Rhino (Voiced by - Clancy Brown): A common bank robber of Russian descent reduced to a thug with rhino-themed armour.
  • Quentin Beck/Mysterio (Voiced by - Xander Berkeley): Having been a lover of the cinema since childhood, Quentin Beck sought to make a name for himself in the movie industry. Starting out as a stagehand in several b-list movies, Beck worked his way up the ladder until assuming the role of a stuntman, and then a special effects artist.
  • Phineas Mason/Tinkerer (Voiced by - Thom Adcox):
  • Otto Octavius/Dr. Octopus (Voiced by - Peter MacNicol):
  • Sergi Kragonovff/Kraven The Hunter (Voiced by - Eric Vesbit): A Russian hunter who got turned to a mutant thanks to the genes of a lion, a leopard and a cheetah which enhanced his strength, agility, and speed as well as his senses,.
  • Mac Gargan/Scorpion (Voiced by - Scott McNeil): Seeking to find out the link between Peter Parker and Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson hired sleazy and sharp-tongued spy Mac Gargan to follow Peter to discover what connection he had with the wall-crawler, not at all assuming they were the same person. Thanks to Peter's spider-sense, every one of Mac's attempts to find Peter's secret failed. Frustrated by Gargan's failures and seeking a way to neutralize what he perceived a menace to society, Jameson was approached Dr. Farley Stillwell, an animal mutation research scientist who had developed an experiment that would endow the subject with the attributes of another animal. Sharing Jameson's belief that Spider-Man was a threat to public safety, Stillwell offered to transform Mac into an opponent guaranteed to overpower Spider-Man. While initially hesitant about his contribution to this experiment, Mac agreed to it after Jameson convinced him that defeating Spider-Man would make him a hero and he would receive a large monetary reward for his involvement. Deciding that a scorpion (the spider's natural enemy) would be the ideal creature to use in the experiment, Stillwell subjected Gargan to a series of intense chemical and radiological treatments that granted the latter with the proportionate physical attributes of a scorpion, most notably enhancing Gargan's hand strength to simulate a scorpion's pincers. Afterwards, Stillwell outfitted Mac with a highly durable, scorpion-themed battle suit equipped with a powerful cybernetic bladed tail capable of shooting acid strong enough to erode steel. Upon the experiment's completion, Gargan set off to fight Spider-Man and easily defeated the wallcrawler in their first two encounters. Unfortunately, the intense amount of radiation and chemicals Gargan had been exposed to began to drive him insane. Revealed to'd been Iron Fist's brother figure. He seeks revenge on JJ for 'tainting him, Iron Fist for 'betraying him to Spider-Man', and on Spider-Man who he accuses of turning Iron fist on him.
  • Morris Bench/Hydro-Man (Voiced by - Bill Fagerbakke): Morris Bench was formerly a demolitions expert for Oscorp who had been assigned to help test out a prototype undersea bomb that was designed to obliterate any submersible vehicle caught within its blast radius,
  • Adrian Toomes/Vulture (Voiced by - Robert Englund): Adrian Toomes was an elderly inventor who designed a magnetic air transport system that would allow its users to fly and presented it to OsCorp per the suggestion of his friend Otto Octavius. Norman Osborn studied and ultimately rejected the designs and four months later, announced that OsCorp was developing Flight Tech based off of Toomes' idea. Furious at this, Toomes initially blamed Octavius for the plagiarism of his creation, but shifted his anger towards Osborn himself when he refused to apologize for it, stating that Toomes did not have the credibility to prove he invented the system and that no one would believe that he, an old timer, could have done it. Thirsty for revenge, Toomes donned his birdlike flight harness and abducted Norman as the Vulture (a name inspired by a similar previous insult), demanding Osbron to announce to the world that he (Toomes) was the genius behind tech flight, pay him all that he was owed, and publically apologize for ripping off his creation.
  • Max Dillon/Electro (Voiced by - Crispin Freeman): Max Dillon was once a 20-year-old electrical repairman and a friend of Curt Connors who was hired to upgrade some damaged lab equipment in Connors' laboratory. While making the repairs to some bio-electrical filters, Max was electrocuted in a freak accident when his power drill fell onto a damaged computer console, giving him a near-fatal electrical shock when he tried to pick it up and sent him flying against a specialized tank holding genetically altered electric eels, which shattered and exposed him to the substance inside. Though Max survived the incident, his body was transformed into a living electrical generator, forcing him to don an insulated bodysuit to prevent others from being hurt by the constant flow of bio-electricity emanating from his body. While Connors promised to find a way to cure Max of his condition, the latter's patience quickly wore thin and he eventually decided that until he could be cured, he was not Max Dillon, but Electro (a name he had gained during an encounter with Spider-Man, who mistook him for a criminal).
  • New Enforcers: A group of professional hitmen who operate under the command of Tombstone
    • Montana/Shocker (Voiced by - Jeff Bennett):
    • Fancy Dan/Ricochet (Voiced by - Phil LaMarr):
    • Ox (Voiced by - Danny Trejo):
    • Fred Myers/Boomerang (Voiced by - James Patrick Stewart): Immigrating from Australia to the United States as a young man, Fred Meyers became a professional major league baseball player renowned for his amazing pitching accuracy. After being expelled from the leagues for taking bribes, a bitter Myers was approached by Hammerhead, who saw potential in the Australian athlete and offered him a place on the Enforcers. Intrigued by this opportunity, Fred agreed to the proposal and was given a special suit equipped with jet-boots as well as a deadly collection of boomerangs that have special gimmicks like the exploding "shatterangs" and the sharp-edged "razorangs".
  • Abner "Abe" Jenkins/Beetle (Voiced by - Daran Norris): Abe Jenkins was once a lowly aircraft engineer who became disillusioned with his career and decided to make a name for himself as a super-powered mercenary. Building an insect-themed suit of powered armor with laser-blasters and rocket-laucnhers
  • Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin (Voiced by - Bob Joles): The massively corpulent yet respectable head of Fisk Industries, Wilson Fisk is secretly the Kingpin, an intimidating newcomer in New York's crime world who wishes to end the strife between the other feuding crime families of the city and unite them into a single powerful orgainization. He first appears in the series to convince Harry Osborn to merge Oscorp with his own company, which he succeeds in doing after saying that it would be too great a responsibility for Harry to overlook Oscorp. This generous act is actually a façade for Fisk to increase his power in the city. In the series, he is a much more sympathetic individual than the other major crime bosses of New York, as evidenced when he becomes a surrogate father figure to Harry. Very strong for his appearance.. able to break bones and smash holes on walls. Can damage all but stronger stuff such as adamantium and vibranium. Wields a cane with a laser-blaster on it.
    • Alistair Smythe (Voiced by - Nolan North): The Kingpin's second-in-command and the head of Smythe Electronics, a subsidiary of Fisk Industries that specializes in advanced robotics. A cyborg.
    • Bullseye (Voiced by - Wade Williams): A dangerous mercenary. Armed with two laser-pistols, a crossbow, shurikens, kunais, two sais, a blowgun with darts, bombs, and bolas. Able to strike on target.
  • Michael Morbius/Morbius the Living Vampire (Voiced by - Troy Baker): Hailing from Romania, Dr. Michael Morbius was a brilliant scientist whose expertise in the field of biochemistry earned him a nobel prize. Upon discovering that he was dying from a rare blood disease that dissolved his blood cells, Morbius exhausted his finances and resources in hopes of finding a cure for his ailment, becoming increasingly desperate with every failure. Learning of Dr. Curt Connors' brilliance in the field of genetics, Morbius and his fiancé Martine traveled to New York City in hopes of enlisting Connors' help in finding a cure, only to find that Connors had been replaced by the far less scrupulous Dr. Miles Warren. Intrigued by Morbius' theory that ingesting a serum derived from the DNA of vampire bats while subjecting himself to electrical shock treatments to stimulate the creation of new blood cells would cure his sickness, Warren agreed to aid Morbius in performing the process, motivated more by scientific curiosity than a desire to help cure his fellow scientist. Though the procedure was successful, it had a horrific side effect on Morbius that caused him to transform into a white-skinned, red-eyed pseudo-vampire with a dependency on consuming blood in order to survive and a weakness towards sunlight while also empowering him with greatly-heightened physical attributes, sharp claws and fangs, the ability to glide on air currents, the power to hypnotize others via eye contact, and the power to turn others into vampires by biting them.
  • Frances Louise Barrison/Shriek (Voiced by - April Stewart)
  • Victor Von Doom/Doctor Doom (Voiced by - Ron Perlman):
  • The Ten Rings
    • The Mandarin (voiced by Jet Li): Leader to the Ten Rings. A descendant from Genghis Khan. A talented martial artist. He wields ten Power-Rings forged with alien-tech claimed from the Gobi Desert..... one which shoots fire, one which shoots ice, one which shoots electricity, one which shoots sonics, one which shoots lasers, one which forms whirlwinds, one which does psychic powers, one which shoots gas, and one which shoots darkness.
    • Crimson Dynamo (voiced by J. B. Blanc): Second-in-command to the Ten Rings. A Russian who uses a mecha suit.
  • The Gamma-Empire
  • HYDRA
    • Lieutenant-General Johann Schidmt/The Red Skull (voiced by Richard Epcar): Leader to HYDRA. He was a member to the Nazi-Party's Waffen SS during World-War 2 before he founded HYDRA..... altered by a prototype of Erskine's Super Soldier Serum which made him a super-soldier but also deformed him to his red skull-form. He was frozen for 40 years.... imprisoned by SHIELD before the Hobgoblin unwittingly freed him.
    • Brigadier-General Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker (voiced by Fred Tatasciore): Second-in-command to HYDRA. He wears a monacle which acts as a scanner, and wields a sabre and an electro-gauntlet.
    • Doctor Arnin Zola (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker): Top scientist to HYDRA who had his brain transplanted to a cybernetic body.
    • Captain /Madame Hydra (voiced by Grey Griffin): Chief of security for HYDRA. Her hair dyed green. She has scars she got from Peggy Carter. A cold-blooded murderer and torturer.
    • Crossbones (voiced by Steven Blum): A lieutenant from HYDRA. He wields a laser-rifle, a grenade-launcher, two wrist-swords, a club, and grenades.
    • Grim Reaper (voiced by Sam Witwer): A lieutenant from HYDRA, He wields a scythe with a laser-blaster welded on one arm.
  • Apocalypse (voiced by Frank Welker)

New CharactersEdit

  • The Fantastic Four:
    • Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic (Voiced by - Dee Bradley Baker): Before becoming the leader of the world-famous Fantastic Four, Reed Richards was a highly-gifted child prodigy with a special aptitude in the areas of mathematics, physics and mechanics, and was enrolled in college-level courses by the time he was fourteen years old. Among the many colleges he had attended, Reed became enrolled in New York's Empire State University where he met and became roommates with former high school football star Ben Grimm; the two became the best of friends despite their differences. Having developed a particular interest in interstellar travel, Reed shared with Ben his dream of developing a starship that would allow humanity to explore the universe outside their solar system, at which an amused Ben offered to pilot the craft should Reed ever complete it. Upon graduating, Reed exhausted his resources and inheritance to build an exploratory spacecraft capable of traveling to the outer reaches of the cosmos but was faced with the possibility of his dream never coming true when the United States government threatened to cut its share of funding from Reed's project. Desperate not to see his life's work be in vain, Reed hastily enlisted the help of Grimm, who at this point was a skilled air force pilot, his fiancée Susan Storm and her younger brother Johnny Storm.
    • Susan Storm/Invisible Woman (Voiced by - Danica McKellar):
    • Johnny Storm/Human Torch (Voiced by - Jason Spisak):
    • Ben Grimm/The Thing (Voiced by - John DiMaggio):
  • Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Voiced by - Bruce Greenwood): Born and raised in one of the gritty neighborhoods of Hell's Kitchen, Matt Murdock was encouraged by his father, a skilled boxer known as "Battling" Jack Murdock, to focus on a good education instead of becoming an "uneducated pug" like the latter. Matt's decision to follow his father's wish and not partake in any physical activities at school led to endless teasing from his classmates, who dubbed him "Daredevil" for his refusal to fight back when bullies assaulted him. Without his father's knowledge, Matt began training rigorously in order to stand up for himself. While heading home from school one day, Matt noticed a blind pedestrian unknowingly wander into the path of a runaway truck. Though he managed to push the man out of the way before the vehicle crashed, Matt's selfless act backfired horrendously on him when radioactive waste from the truck's payload splashed into his eyes, permanently blinding him. Even with the loss of his sight, Matt's remaining senses of hearing, smell, touch, and taste were amplified to superhuman levels, as well as giving him a sort of "radar sense" that allowed him to detect the contours of his surroundings to compensate for his lost vision. After being released from the hospital, Matt was initially overwhelmed by his new abilities until he was found by a blind martial artist known only as Stick, who taught Murdock how to control his newly heightened senses and guided him in mastering his "radar sense," as well as training the boy in methods of hand-to-hand combat. Jack meanwhile, who had been working as a leg breaker for the mob for extra income, felt as though he had failed Matt as a father and resigned to taking fights orchestrated by the Kingpin. When one such match demanded that he throw the fight, Jack retaliated when he realized he could not betray his son's trust in him, which resulted in the Kingpin murdering him with his cane-gun. Devastated, Matt made it his life's goal to eliminate the crime element from New York, starting up a career as a successful lawyer specializing in criminal justice by day. But at night, Matt takes to the streets as the mysterious vigilante Daredevil, dressed in a dark-red devil-themed costume and armed with a multi-purpose billy club to strike fear into the hears of New York's criminals. The first new vigilante Spider-Man encounters, Daredevil is also the first to believe his innocence when the wallcrawler insisted he did not intend for Norman Osborn to die and acts as both an ally and mentor to the wallcrawler.
  • Lieutenant Frank Castle/Punisher (Voiced by - John DiMaggio): Of all the costumed vigilantes residing in New York, there is perhaps no-one as lethal or tragic than Frank Castle, better known as the Punisher. A dedicated family man who valued the lives of his wife and two children, Frank Castle was also a highly decorated war hero who served faithfully in the US Marine Corps during the Iraq War, managing to rise to the rank of lieutenant and be rewarded with two Bronze stars, two Silver stars and four Purple Hearts for his heroism in the line of duty. Tragically, Castle's life and military career came to a crashing halt when he decided to take his family out for a picnic in Central Park while he was on leave from his military duties. During the family outing, the Castles had the misfortune getting caught in the crossfire of a gang war between the forces of Silvermane and Tombstone, leading both parties to open fire on the Castles and murder Frank's wife and children for fear of witnesses. Forever mentally scarred by the loss of his family, Frank went AWOL from the Marines for several months, gathering a large amount of weaponry and honing his hand-to-hand combat skills before resurfacing as the Punisher, a brutal vigilante in a one-man war against organized crime wherever it festered, a war in which he took no prisoners and acted as judge, jury, and executioner. A dark road which led to him being critically damaged..... reduced to a cyborg and mind-controlled by HYDRA until Spider-Man freed him.
  • Elektra Natchios/Elektra (Voiced by - Alyssa Milanno):
  • Galactus (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson): The last of a bygone race turned to a cosmic being who requires to feed on planet energy to survive. He almost fed on Earth but was betrayed by Terraks.... only to be rescued by Spider-Man. He becomes an ally.... swearing a life-debt to Spider-Man and his allies.
  • Norrin Radd/The Silver Surfer (voiced by Dan Green): A Zen-Lavvian who was turned to Galactus's herald until he chose to stay on Earth. He possess cosmic powers. He is an ally and spiritual mentor to Spider-Man.
  • Thomas Fireheart/Puma (Voiced by - Keith David): The head of Fireheart Industries and a Wild American descendant who gained a humanoid puma-form with a number of superhuman attributes that are a result of a combination of genetic engineering and mysticism such as superhuman strength, speed, agility, stamina, durability, flexibility, reflexes/reactions, intelligence, coordination, balance and endurance, superhumanly acute senses, razor sharp claws and fangs. He appears to be an enemy when he challenges Spider-Man and fights him, and runs trials to check if he would sacrifice Gwen to destroy him..... but then reveals he was running a trial to check if Spider-Man was the chosen one the prophecy foresaw. He becomes an ally and mentor to Spider-Man.
  • Robert Farrell/Rocket Racer (Voiced by - Matt Hill): A young mechanical engineer who formed a rocket-powered hovercraft and rocket-launchers. A vigilante who becomes a protege to Spider-Man.
  • Heroes for Hire
    • Luke Cage/Power-Man (Voiced by - Khary Payton): Born and raised on the streets of Harlem, Luke Cage spent most of his childhood as a delinquinent who caused trouble in a street gang called "the Rivals" with his best friend Willis Stryker. As the two friends matured, Cage decided to put his troublemaking days to rest in favor of finding an honest career to provide for his family. The same could not be said for Stryker, who steadily rose to power in New York's crime world, yet the two men retained their friendship in spite of being on opposing sides of the law. After Stryker was badly injured in a mob hit but saved by Cage at the last minute, Stryker's girlfriend, Reva Connors, ended their relationship out of fear of her boyfriend's violent work and sought solace with the more noble-hearted Cage. Felling that Cage was responsible for the breakup, an insanely jealous Stryker framed his childhood friend by planting two kilograms of heroin in Cage's apartment and tipped off the police, summarily causing Cage to be wrongfully arrested and imprisoned for drug possession. Cage's anger over his former friend's betrayal caused him to engage in frequent brawls and attempts at escape, which resulted in him being transferred to a maximum-security facility in Georgia where he was repeatedly tormented by Albert Rackham, a maniacal and racist guard whose harassment of Cage led to a demotion he felt Cage was at fault for. During his incarceration, Cage was approached by research psychologist Noah Bernsterin, who promised to help Cage secure a parole in exchange for his participation in an experiment to test a chemical method of promoting human cell regeneration as an aid against disease and aging, which Cage hesitantly agreed to. Once the experiment began, Rackham, still bitter about his demotion, tampered with the machine's controls in hopes of seriously harming or killing Cage. Unwittingly, Rackham advanced the experiment beyond its original design, empowering Cage with superhuman strength and impenetrable skin, which he then used to knock his tormentor unconscious and flee from prison. While making his way back to New York to confront Stryker, Luke stopped a robbery at a roadside diner and was inspired to use his new powers for profit after the restaurant's owner gave him a large monetary reward for his efforts.
    • Daniel "Danny" Rand/Iron Fist (Voiced by - George Eads): The privileged but altruistic son of a wealthy New York businessman and heir to the throne of the other-dimensional city of K'un-Lun. Uses chi to energise fists. A martial artist. Luke's brother-figure.
    • Ava Alaya/White Tiger (Voiced by Jennifer Hale): The daughter of the previous White Tiger who was murdered by Sergei Kravenoff/Kraven. She possess a Tiger-Amulet which bestows powers. A talented martial artist.
  • The Guardians of the Galaxy
    • Peter Quill/Star Lord (Voiced by Roger Rose): The leader to the Guardians. Half-human and half-alien. A fan of 1970's songs from childhood. He wields an Element-Gun and a cutlass sword. One of the few who enjoys Spidey's jokes due to being one too.
    • Gamora (voiced by Janet Varney): Star Lord's second-in-command and girlfriend. Last of a bygone species. Feisty, benevolent, honorable, jolly, and wise. A capable martial artist who wields a longsword, a plasma-rifle, knives worn on a bandolier, and a laser-pistol. She shares Star-Lord's love for music and proves a great dancer.
    • Rocket (voiced by Scott McNeil): Star-Lord's third-in-command. A raccoon-based alien genetically enhanced. A mercenary and bounty-hunter. He wields a plasma-rifle, a rocket-launcher, a machete, and a dirk.
    • Groot (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson): Rocket's bud. A humanoid tree-giant whose people was ravaged by Ronan the Accuser.
      • Baby Groot (voiced by Frank Welker)
    • Draks (voiced by J. B. Blanc): A primitive warrior who seeks revenge on Thanos and Ronan for his family's slaughter. He wields a scimitar sword, a plasma-chaingun, a club, two daggers, and a club. He is gruff but noble, honorable, and jolly.
    • Quaser (voiced by Cree Summers): A Kree-deserter who uses powers through quantum-energy.
    • Adam Warlock (voiced by Derek Stephen Prince): A genetically engineered humanoid who has the Soul-Stone, an Infinity Stone, on his head.
  • Eugene "Gene" Patilio/Frog-Man (Voice by - Michael Cornacchia):
  • Dr. Elias Wirtham/Cardiac (Voiced by - Carl Lumbly): Following the death of his older brother Joshua due to a rare and incurable disease when he was a boy, Elias Wirtham dedicated his life to medicine and went on to become the most renowned physician on the East Coast. His brother Joshua's death was the result of corporate greed, who had a cure for his condition ready, but did not distribute the medicine due to it not being a "profitable" time for them, hence his motivation against corporations. As a part of his research, Elias replaces his heart with a beta-particle reactor, which supplies energy throughout his body, in addition to a vibranium weave mesh under his skin. This energy, channeled through his muscles, increases his speed, agility, and reflexes, and can also be fired through his fists or the power staff he wields. He adopts the moniker "Cardiac" in reference to the source of his power.  
  • Madame Web (voiced by Barbara Goodson): A cosmic being who is the last of her kind. A psychic and time-controller. She acts as Spider-Man and Spider-Girl's mentor, forseeing a war they must prevent.

Other CharactersEdit

  • Emily Osborn (Voiced by -): Emily Osborn is the wife of Norman and mother of Harry. Interesting enough this version of Norman Osbron is not a widower
  • St. John Devereaux (Voiced by - Jeff Bennett) : Mr. Devereaux is the Midtown High School theater teacher. He cast, produced and directed a school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, where many students took part.
  • Farley Stillwell
  • Anthony Serba
  • Blackie Gaxton (Voiced by - Steven Blum): Blackie Gaxton is the manager and bookie in the Big Sky Billard Room Lounge and is one of the men responsible for the creation of Molten Man
  • Venessa Fisk (Voiced by -): The Kingpin's wife and the mother of Richard Fisk. Also, she is aware that her husband is a crimelord as she spends more time with her son, Richard.
  • Ben Parker (Voiced by - Edward Asner):
  • Helen Stacy: George Stacy's deceased wife and the mother of Gwen Stacy
  • Joan Jameson (Voiced by - Jane Lynch): Jonah's wife
  • Franklin Richards (Voiced by -):

EpisodesEdit

Season 3Edit

  1. Prey vs. Predator: Several months after the apparent death of Norman Osborn, Peter has returned to the streets as Spider-Man but
  2. Choices:
  3. Rivaly:
  4. Past vs Future:
  5. New Alliance:
  6. Ties that Bind:
  7. Enemy Grounds
  8. H20:
  9. Treachary: After Spider-Man and Venom put Hydro-Man on ice, the go to ESU labs and found out that Miles Warren created
  10. Night the of Wolf
  11. Gang Strike
  12. A Fantastic Time
  13. Bug Time
  14. Hopping Mad
  15. Vendetta to Death
  16. Wild Warriors
  17. Sting and Strike
  18. Heroes for Hire
  19. Muto-War
  20. Cosmic Rising, Part 1
  21. Cosmic Rising, Part 2

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