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The History of Spider-Man On Screen

In 1967, this was cool:

Spider-Man swinging in the original 1967 cartoon

And this:

In 2002, it became this:

And this:

What will the new incarnation give us? How much more real can it get?

Five years ago, for MSNBC, I wrote about the history of Spider-Man on screen. I applauded the first two movies and disparaged the third. In the link to the article, you'll also find Nicholas Hammond and Electric Company versions of Spidey. Whallopin' Websnappers!

New chapters getting written all the time. See you next week!


Posted at 08:49 AM on Thu. Jun 28, 2012 in category Superheroes  
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