Greg Weisman Victor Cook Stan Lee Steve Ditko (created by)
Josh Keaton Benjamin Diskin James Arnold Taylor Lacey Chabert Alanna Ubach Kevin Michael Richardson Daran Norris Vanessa Marshall Steven Blum Joshua LeBar Andrew Kishino Clancy Brown Alan Rachins
The Spectacular Spider-Man is an American animated superhero-action television series based on the superhero character published by Marvel Comics and developed for television by Greg Weisman and Victor Cook.
In terms of overall tone and style, the series was based and took inspiration from the Stan Lee/Steve Ditko and Stan Lee/John Romita Sr. runs on The Amazing Spider-Man.
An amazingly catchy theme song conducted by The Tender Box, often considered one of the best opening themes in a Spider-Man cartoon.
The series also incorporates a number of villains from different eras of the Spider-Man universe, almost all of whom are introduced as regular characters in first episodes before they transform into established villains.
The series also sports a very wide supporting cast, portraying every named character who appears in the series, even very minor characters.
In terms of humor, drama, characters, plots, etc., not only the show has a pretty good pace of things, are all balanced right unlike some action packed shows which don't have a heavy balance of all things considered.
The animation, stylized beyond belief, is consistent from one episode to the next with clean and well-drawn movement.
Spidey's jokes are funnier than they ever been in any previous series as well.
Sally Avril can be unlikeable as a cliched mean girl.
Embarassing moments like Peter going towards Sally with flowers if she's interested in him.
Liz Allen being a Latina descent than an American is kinda unnecessary.
Each of the series arcs is named after courses of study: season one's arcs are Biology 101, Economics 101, Chemistry 101 and Psychology 101, and season two's arcs are Engineering 101, Human Development 101, Criminology 101 and Drama 101.
Greg Weisman has revealed what Season 3 and on would’ve been like had the series continued.