Taking place after the 2002 "Spider-Man" theatrical blockbuster, "Spider-Man (2003)" was a new kind of Spider-Man cartoon featuring new graphics from Mainframe, the company behind "Reboot." The show follows young Peter Parker as he makes his way through college life, with his best friends Mary Jane Watson and Harry Osborn at his side. Spidey battles old and new faces (from Kraven the Hunter to a newbie known as the Talon). "Doogie Howser, M.D." alumnus Neil Patrick Harris lends his amazing vocal talent as the webslinger.
Did You Know?:
That the original concept for this series was going to be based off the Ultimate Spider-man comics? However, the idea was scrapped due to the idea to make an animated series based off the continuity set in the live-action Spider-man world.
Spider-man attacks Kraven at his hideout, and almost kills him, but he realizes he's being tricked soon after before he really does end Kraven's life. Spider-man eventually locates the Twins and saves Mary Jane, but while fighting them, they use their mental powers to trick him into knocking "Indy" off a roof! Indy is hospitalized, and Spider-man tracks the twins down again, this time defeating them. With them in custody, and upset at what's happened, Peter takes his Spider-man costume and tossess it into the ocean, possibly meaning that this could be the series' final episode, not a season finale.