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Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors 4 Seasons 2013

Season 2
4.2 out of 5 stars (51) IMDb 7.1/10

On his journey to become the Ultimate Hero, Peter Parker has handled tough challenges. Now, his world's been turned upside down as his teammates become roommates and they're left to face foes without the help of S.H.I.E.L.D. But when iconic Marvel villains like The Lizard, Kraven, Electro, the Rhino and Doc Ock team up, it's time for Spidey to discover the "great responsibility" of being a leader.

Starring:
Drake Bell, Chi McBride

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Season 2

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1. The Lizard

The Ultimate Spider-Man returns to stop a nefarious plot of Doctor Octopus.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 21, 2013
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2. Electro

Spider-Man's old enemy Electro takes control of the city's electricity.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 21, 2013
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3. The Rhino

Spider-Man must stop the Rhino's vendetta against Flash Thompson.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 27, 2013
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4. Kraven the Hunter

White Tiger come to terms with her powers and origin.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 3, 2013
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5. Hawkeye

Spider-Man and Hawkeye are forced to team up to fight The Beetle.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 10, 2013
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6. The Sinister Six

Can Spider-Man survive when he is trapped?

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 17, 2013
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7. Spidah-Man!

Boston invites Spider-Man to become their official hero.

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8. Carnage

The Green Goblin plans to turn Spider-Man into his perfect weapon.

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9. House Arrest

SHIELD has to fight for their lives in Aunt May's house.

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10. The Man-Wolf

Spider-Man and his team travel to the moon.

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11. Swarm

A lab experiment at Stark Industries goes wrong.

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12. Itsy Bitsy Spider-Man

Spider-Man and his team are turned into mini-versions of themselves.

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13. Journey of the Iron Fist

Spider-Man travels to the mystical city of K'un L'un.

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14. The Incredible Spider-Hulk

The Hulk and Spider-Man switch minds, leading to lots of craziness!

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15. Ultimate Deadpool

Spider-Man envies Deadpool's free-spirited life.

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16. Venom Bomb

Spidey must work with his nemesis, Doc Ock.

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17. Guardians of the Galaxy

Nova and Spider-Man team up with The Guardians of the Galaxy.

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18. The Parent Trap

Power Man and Spider-Man infiltrate Zodiac's secret volcano base.

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19. Stan By Me

Spider-Man goes on a hunt for The Lizard beneath Midtown High.

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20. Game Over

Spider-Man teams up with Captain America and Wolverine to stop a threat.

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21. Blade

Spider-Man fights alongside campire hunter Blade to stop Dracula!

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22. The Howling Commandos

Spider-man teams up with The Howling Commandos to save his friends.

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23. Second Chance Hero

Spider-Man forms an unlikely partnership with a cured Norman Osborn.

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24. Sandman Returns

Spider-Man tries to help The Sandman reform.

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25. Return of the Sinister Six

Doc Oc's sends a surprise attack on Spider-Man and his team.

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26. Ultimate

Spider-Man must fight against his own team to save all of New York.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 10, 2013
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Because it's a really good show and it really stays true to the personality and action of all the heroes and plus the stories are well done the only thing is I don't like the pauses in between explain the fighting explaining what their reasoning other than that great show and of course spiderman always has excellent villians.
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Like the animation also the cast that they used, they are funny and also the whey they potray spidey like he was supposed to be a high school kid that just stay in some kind of trouble lol. I recomend this to anybody with teens and that are looking for a good laugh and great superhero action and story lines..
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By TW on September 22, 2013
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Well this show is different. It would be really cool if they could make a movie with all the super heroes mixed in together with the SHIELD group. Like adding the fantastic 4, and some of the other heroes from other movies that are part of the Marvel collection. It would be really cool to see them all on one movie together working as a team, with Capt. America, Iron Man, Hulk, etc. Having them all on together would be cool. Like AquaMan, and maybe even Batman, and wonderwoman, just to name a few that would be a nice touch. But never know when they'd or if they'd do it.
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I actually enjoyed Ultimate Spider-Man season 1. It wasn't exactly great, but it did feature some nice twists, action, and humor. I knew that there were many jokes that weren't funny and it didn't ever try to get really dramatic, but its style reminded me of the 2003 Teen Titans show. Season 2, however, improves on the first season in almost every way.

First off, season 2 is more dramatic than season 1. I was actually surprised that, being as it's a more comedy-based show, that this show can actually get dramatic. The episode "Kraven the Hunter" is an excellent example of how this show actually knows how to do drama. Now it's not perfect. Sometimes, it feels like it's trying to be dramatic, when it kind of fails. Also, every now and then, Spidey might throw in a moral right in your face that sounds kind of childish. However, these morals generally aren't that bad, and this season still shows how much this series can do in terms of seriousness.

Second, the characters are better. Not only do we get to see Spidey team up with more superheroes such as Hawkeye, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Blade, but Spidey's team gets better too. This season features a one-on-one team up episodes with Spidey and one of his team members- each developing their characters more. It's nice to see that, in reality, these at first annoying characters turned out to be pretty cool guys (yes, even Nova). Once again, the villains are also excellent, featuring more twist and turns that I wouldn't have expected. I especially like the inclusion of the Iron Patriot plot. What I would normally consider ridiculous was handled very well.

And finally, this season is funnier. Yes, Spidey occasionally cracks lame jokes. However, the humor is more hit that last season.
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It's a fun, action-packed series that is at best 'based on' a few of the comics. My advice for the nay-sayers in the bunch: accept it for what it is and stop comparing to the comics. If you appreciate a witty, fun cartoon with super-hero adolescents, then you will enjoy it *add random monkey noise*.
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I only watched the Deadpool episode, but if it's anything like the rest of the series, the series is annoying and cloying and plays to the worst of television tropes. The jokes are awkward and the reshaping of characters to fit them into the series doesn't do them justice.
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I really like this show!!! In the comics Peter Parker dies and a new Spiderman takes the spotlight. While I think this new character is cool, I really would like to see them both. If anyone at MARVEL ever reads this, DON"T KILL OFF PETER PARKER ON THIS SHOW!!!! Since he fought an armor enhanced Sinister Six in the season finale and didn't bite it, I'm sure he won't in Season 3 either. I would like to see the kid become a second Spider-Man. His costume is cooler to me but he's like 12. He's be a cool sidekick for guest appearances.
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I watch this with my kid and we both like it. I get to laugh at the nerd references they make to other sci-fi favorites while enjoying the action.
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