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Spider-Man: Secret Wars (1): Arrival

Spider-Man is taken to a strange planet, where a guy named "The Beyonder" tells him of his god-like powers. He then shows Spider-Man a paradise-type planet, of which he introduces evil to (Doc Ock, The Red Skull, Dr. Doom, The Lizard, and Alyster Smithe). He then shows Spider-Man what happened after a year, and that Spider-Man must make a group of heroes (his choice) from Earth, and beat the villians. But Spider-Man doesn't seem to be doing well in leading them.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x9
Production Number: 412
Airdate: Friday November 07th, 1997

Guest Stars
Cam ClarkeCam Clarke
voiced Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic
David HayterDavid Hayter
voiced Captain America
Earl BoenEarl Boen
voiced Beyonder
Gail MatthiusGail Matthius
voiced Sue Richards/Invisible Woman
Iona MorrisIona Morris
voiced Storm
Joan Lee (1)Joan Lee (1)
voiced Madame Web (credited as Joan B. Lee)
Joseph CampanellaJoseph Campanella
voiced Lizard
Patrick PinneyPatrick Pinney
voiced Ben Grimm/The Thing
Quinton FlynnQuinton Flynn
voiced Johnny Storm/The Human Torch
Robert HaysRobert Hays
voiced Tony Stark/Iron Man
Main Cast
Christopher Daniel BarnesChristopher Daniel Barnes
voiced Peter Parker/Spider-Man
Episode Notes
Storm is also seen on the X-Men.

We learn that Fantastic Four is also in the Spider-Man universe.

With the exception of one, none of the voice actors who played the Fantastic Four on the television cartoon (which aired alongside this one) reprised their roles.

The writers wanted to add the Hulk to the roster, though he was unavailable for use.

Episode References
The "Secret Wars" saga had it's own comic mini-series, that premiered the Venom sybiote. Though the symbiote was not seen in The Amazing Spider-Man until issue 252.

Spider-Man meets the Fantastic Four for the first time (even though they were referenced multiple times in the past). Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four first met in the Amazing Spider-Man, issue 1. They also teamed up in issue 8. After that, Spider-Man and the Human Torch teamed up frequently.

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