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  • Spider-Man can refer to: Comics The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Spider-Man Movies The Spider-Man movie. The sequel, Spider-Man 2. The third entry, Spider-Man
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  • Captain America Hulk (comics) Punisher Rogue Spider-Girl Ultimate Fantastic Four Ultimate Spider-Man Ultimate X-Men Ultimates The Avengers (2012 film)
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  • Astonishing X-Men, another series of X-Men titles. Ultimate X-Men, an imprint of comic books published by Marvel Comics, featuring reimagined and updated versions
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  • Ultimate Spider-Man (2000-present) is a superhero comic book series published by Marvel Comics. The series is a modernized reimagining of the long-running
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  • Spider-Man: The Animated Series was a television series featuring the Marvel comic book superhero Spider-Man, which ran for five seasons (65 episodes)
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  • Cebulski. The game is based on superhero characters appearing in Marvel Comics. The player controls a team of superheroes who work under the command of
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  • Captain America (category Marvel Comics)
    created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, who first appeared in Timely Comics' Captain America Comics #1 (December 1940) . He is typically an icon of liberty and
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  • Ultimate X-Men is a superhero comic book published by Marvel Comics, which started in 2001. [Toad jumps on top of Cyclops as he tries to rescue the
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  • SUCKERS!!! Spider-Man: You just got your butt kicked by a guy in a goofy outfit. Wikipedia has an article about: Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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  • (Frank Oliver) Source: The Amazing Spider-Man #126: The Kangaroo Bounces Back Note: The character battled Spider-Man a second time, he attempted to retrieve
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  • Alan Moore (category Comics authors)
    objection to the term is that usually it means a collection of six issues of Spider-Man, or something that does not have the structure or any of the qualities
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  • was severly wounded and clawed by Lizard before Spider-Man manages to stop his plan. Said to Spider-Man about keeping his daughter safe before dying.
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  • doing Peter Sellers. [Spider-Man is taking in his new black symbiote-fused costume] Spider-Man: I feel... Mike Nelson [as Spider-Man]: ...like Malibu Stacy
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  • Shattered Dimensions plays like marketing material for Marvel Comics' range of alternate Spider-Man continuities. You see, every now and again, some writer
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  • cups! Kyle Justin as Spider-Man: (on Spider-Man on Atari 2600) THIS GAME SUCKS MY SPIDER-BALLS! IT'S HORRIBLE! AVGN: (on Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister
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  • (zoom out to reveal a comic book stand full of Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Ducky Momo comics) Candace: Wha? Linda: Hulk, Iron Man, Thor. All
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  • think for a moment] Nostalgia Critic: So maybe neither of them played Spider-Man completely. Nostalgia Critic: NAME ONE GOOD THING ABOUT MARY JANE!!! Hyper
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  • Penny Arcade (section Comics)
    Gabriel ("Gabe"), who represent Holkins and Krahulik respectively. Both the comics themselves and the news posts that generally relate to them are eminently
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