List of Ultimate Spider-Man episodes
Ultimate Spider-Man is an animated television series based on the superhero Spider-Man and the comic book series of the same name. The series premiered on Disney XD in the United States on April 1, 2012. Ultimate Spider-Man aired alongside The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes during the all-new Marvel Universe block. The series is loosely based on the Ultimate Spider-Man comic book series, and contains mostly original story material. Influences from the Marvel live-action movies are also noticeable, especially the introduction of Phil Coulson as a recurring character. The third season has been subtitled Web-Warriors. It first aired in India and then in US. The third season also introduced the Spider-Verse arc. The show has been renewed for a fourth season, which will be retitled Ultimate Spider-Man vs The Sinister 6.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||26||April 1, 2012||October 28, 2012|
|2||26||January 21, 2013||November 10, 2013|
|3||26||July 6, 2014||2015|
Season 1 (2012)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original U.S. air date||U.S. viewers
|1||1||"Great Power" (Part 1)||Alex Soto & Tim Eldered||Paul Dini||April 1, 2012|
|High school student Peter Parker has been fighting crime in New York City as the masked vigilante Spider-Man for one year. Nick Fury, director of international peace-keeping agency S.H.I.E.L.D., approaches him with an offer to train with S.H.I.E.L.D. and become part of a new superhero team that is being assembled. Spider-Man at first declines the offer, but after his school, Midtown High, is attacked by the Frightful Four (a super-villain team commanded by mad scientist Doctor Octopus), he starts to wonder if he really should have declined.|
|2||2||"Great Responsibility" (Part 2)||Phil Pignotti & Tim Eldered||Paul Dini||April 1, 2012|
|Spider-Man accepts Nick Fury's offer to train with S.H.I.E.L.D., and is put together with four other teenage superheroes: Nova (Sam Alexander), White Tiger (Ava Ayala), Power Man (Luke Cage) and Iron Fist (Danny Rand). Doctor Octopus sends the Frightful Four after Spider-Man again, and while Spider-Man doesn't initially get on with his new teammates, he has to learn to work alongside them to defeat the Frightful Four.|
|3||3||"Doomed"||Gary Hartle & Jeff Allen||Man of Action||April 8, 2012|
|A childish argument between Spider-Man and Nova gets their entire team grounded. To prove themselves to Fury, the super-youths go through S.H.I.E.L.D.'s database of the most wanted supervillains to see who they can defeat and apprehend in order to impress Nick Fury. When the choices Batroc the Leaper, Blizzard, Melter, MODOK, Toad, Whirlwind and Lady Porcupine prove unpopular, Spider-Man and his team go to Latveria to track down Doctor Doom. The young heroes capture Doom, but things take a turn for the worst when Doctor Doom tricks the team into taking one of his Doombots aboard the Helicarrier.|
|4||4||"Venom"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & James Felder||April 15, 2012|
|Using DNA from a sample of Spider-Man's blood, Doctor Octopus creates an artificial, symbiotic life form named Venom. Driven by its desire to bond with Peter, the creature escapes from the laboratory, tracks him down to a house party and wreaks havoc, jumping from host to host and possessing each of Peter's teammates. At the end, Harry Osborn finds a sample of the venom and trains it.|
|5||5||"Flight of the Iron Spider"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action||April 22, 2012|
|After a fight with the Living Laser, Spider-Man meets Iron Man, a superhero he idolises. Impressed by Spider-Man's scientific knowledge, Iron Man builds him a high-tech armour suit called the Iron Spider, which is equipped with an array of powerful weaponry. Despite lacking the necessary skills and having no control over the suit's functions, Spider-Man becomes increasingly smug about his new equipment, which puts a strain on his relationship with the team.|
|6||6||"Why I Hate Gym"||Jeff Allen & Gary Hartle||Man of Action & Joe Fallon||April 29, 2012|
|Taskmaster goes undercover and infiltrates Peter's school to seek out Spider-Man. Spider-Man and White Tiger must put their differences aside and find a way to defeat an opponent who can mimic all of their physical abilities.|
|7||7||"Exclusive"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Dani Wolff||May 6, 2012|
|Spider-Man agrees to a video interview with aspiring news reporter Mary Jane Watson, but the interview is interrupted when the Incredible Hulk appears in Manhattan and goes on a destructive rampage. Mary Jane continues to film as Spider-Man tries to stop the Hulk, but unbeknownst to either of them, something much more dangerous is hiding out of sight.|
|8||8||"Back In Black"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action||May 13, 2012|
|A mysterious new superhero dressed in black and with similar abilities to Spider-Man appears in New York, and attracts positive public attention. Peter suspects the new hero to be Venom, but his teammates dismiss his suspicions as jealousy. Peter then discovers the hero's true identity, his friend Harry Osborn, bonded with the Venom symbiote, and he tries to persuade Harry to get rid of it before it corrupts his mind and turns him evil.|
|9||9||"Field Trip"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Eugene Son||May 20, 2012|
|During a school field trip to a museum, Danny translates the engraving on an ancient Norse rune stone and accidentally summons a Frost Giant. The Norse thunder god Thor arrives to aid Spider-Man's team, but magic from a medallion around the Giant's neck turns Thor into a talking frog. The team follow Thor to Asgard, where the power-hungry Loki is working with the Frost Giants to seize the Asgardian throne.|
|10||10||"Freaky"||Jeff Allen||Brian Michael Bendis||June 17, 2012|
|After Spider-Man and Wolverine apprehend the mutant Mesmero, the vengeful supervillain uses his mental powers to switch their minds, creating a serious identity problem for the two so different heroes when Sabretooth comes to town.|
|11||11||"Venomous"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action||June 24, 2012|
|Venom resurfaces, again using Harry as his host, this time targeting Harry's neglectful father, Norman. While Norman does not want his potential secret weapon damaged, Spider-Man is confronted with the dilemma of choosing between helping Harry on his own or putting his trust in his teammates, who have orders from Fury to finish Venom off.|
|12||12||"Me Time"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||July 1, 2012|
|After a fight with Whirlwind, Spider-Man insists on a weekend off from Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. However, Doctor Octopus chooses this very time to attack Spider-Man when his job is threatened by Norman Osborn.|
|13||13||"Strange"||Jeff Allen||Man of Action & James Felder||July 8, 2012|
|The population of New York is plunged into a mysterious sleep, but Iron Fist manages to keep both himself and Spider-Man awake with chi energy. They seek the help of sorcerer Doctor Strange, and he explains the spell is the work of the demon Nightmare. To break the spell, the heroes have to enter the Dream Dimension and defeat Nightmare, facing the physical manifestations of their deepest fears and insecurities in the process.|
|14||14||"Awesome"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Eugene Son||July 15, 2012|
|Peter Parker struggles to split his attention between completing his science fair project with Luke Cage and combatting Juggernaut. In his desperation concerning the former, he decides to "borrow" one of Dr. Connors's inventions, which becomes an (quite literally) even bigger threat to the city.|
|15||15||"For Your Eye Only"||Jeff Allen||Brian Michael Bendis||July 22, 2012|
|The Helicarrier is commandeered by Zodiac, an elite criminal organization, who imprison Nick Fury, hack into S.H.I.E.L.D.'s database and set the ship to self-destruct. Spider-Man is left as the only person who can save Fury and stop Zodiac before they obtain valuable data and the ship self-destructs over New York City.|
|16||16||"Beetle Mania"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||July 29, 2012|
|Spider-Man's harshest critic, outspoken news magnate J. Jonah Jameson, is targeted by the Beetle, a villain equipped with an array of high-tech weaponry. Much to Peter's annoyance, Fury tasks the team with guarding the Daily Bugle building, but when Mary Jane tells Peter she is meeting Jameson for a job interview, he tries to stop her entering the building in case the Beetle attacks.|
|17||17||"Snow Day"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Rich Fogel||August 5, 2012|
|Agent Coulson orders Spider-Man and his team to report to a S.H.I.E.L.D. Arctic base for winter survival training. They instead go against their orders and sneak off to a deserted tropical island (which Nova finds on the S.H.I.E.L.D. database) for a vacation. However, while the island seems like a beautiful paradise, something sinister is lurking in the sand, and does not want its new "play-mates" to leave again.|
|18||18||"Damage"||Jeff Allen||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||August 19, 2012|
|Spider-Man's team fight the Wrecking Crew, but they end up unintentionally causing massive amounts of property damage. Fury assigns them to clean up their mess by working alongside Damage Control, a clean-up company that specializes in clearing collateral damage caused by superheroes. Spider-Man is frustrated by this seemingly boring assignment, but he begins to suspect criminal activity within Damage Control when he notices their CEO Mac Porter acting suspiciously.|
|19||19||"Home Sick Hulk"||Alex Soto||Danielle Wolff & Man of Action||September 9, 2012|
|After Hulk falls sick with an alien infection caused by the Phalanx, Spider-Man, who fears that S.H.I.E.L.D. will lock the Hulk away rather than help him, tries to hide him at his house from the Phalanx, Nick Fury and Aunt May.|
|20||20||"Run Pig Run"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Eugene Son||September 16, 2012|
|Loki gets revenge on Spider-Man by turning him into a pig using an enchanted hot dog. With the help of Thor and the entire S.H.I.E.L.D. force, "Peter Porker" must survive an Asgardian boar hunt across New York City.|
|21||21||"I Am Spider-Man"||Jeff Allen||Man of Action & Joe Fallon||September 23, 2012|
|Peter Parker is shocked to discover that Midtown High is putting on a Spider-Man musical starring Flash Thompson as Spider-Man. The matter becomes dangerous when Trapster mistakes Flash for the real Spider-Man.|
|22||22||"The Iron Octopus"||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Frank Tieri||September 30, 2012|
|Doctor Octopus hacks into Iron Man's armours and sends one to kill Norman Osborn. While Norman blames Iron Man for the attack and threatens legal action, Spider-Man recovers a tentacle from an Octo-Bot and learns more about Doctor Octopus' history with both Oscorp, Doctor Connors and Norman himself. Doctor Octopus then attacks the Helicarrier in an arc reactor-powered suit of armor, created from a replica of Tony Stark's own arc reactor, and abducts Norman and Harry, so Spider-Man dons the Iron Spider suit to save them.|
|23||23||"Not a Toy"||Phil Pignotti||Brian Michael Bendis||October 7, 2012|
|Spider-Man's team is having a friendly training session with Captain America on board the Helicarrier. While handling Captain America's shield, Spider-Man accidentally throws it out of the window, and it lands in Latveria's New York embassy, where it is found by Doctor Doom. Spider-Man and Captain America try to sneak into the embassy and retrieve the shield before Doctor Doom has a chance to exploit it for his own nefarious purposes.|
|24||24||"Attack of the Beetle"||Jeff Allen||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||October 14, 2012|
|To Peter's horror and jealousy, Aunt May and Coulson have become close and decide to go on a dinner date. Peter's plans to crash the party, however, are dashed by an appearance by the Beetle, who has an old grudge with Coulson.|
|25||25||"Revealed" (Part 1)||Alex Soto||Man of Action & Eugene Son||October 28, 2012|
|Doctor Octopus captures Spider-Man and takes more blood samples for his experiments. Norman Osborn reveals himself to be the true mastermind behind all of Doctor Octopus' schemes, and he plans to create an unstoppable army from Spider-Man's DNA. Doctor Octopus is angry at Norman for treating him unfairly, so he takes revenge by injecting him with a mixture of DNA from both Spider-Man and Venom, mutating him into a green-skinned monster and a monstrous new foe; the Green Goblin.|
|26||26||"Rise of the Goblin" (Part 2)||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||October 28, 2012|
|The Green Goblin attacks Midtown High, so Spider-Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. escort Harry onto the Helicarrier for his own protection. The Goblin tracks the Helicarrier down, launches an assault and sends it crashing into the sea. As the ship sinks, Spider-Man tries to save Harry and convince him that his father has become evil, but the Goblin manipulates Harry into calling out the Venom symbiote and teaming up with him to destroy Spider-Man.|
Season 2 (2013)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original U.S. air date||U.S. viewers
|27||1||"The Lizard"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||January 21, 2013|
|Spider-Man's team investigate Doctor Octopus' newest hideout, and confiscate a case containing several vials of formula made from DNA of different animals. S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist Curt Connors (whose left arm had to be amputated after the Helicarrier crash) injects himself with formula containing lizard DNA, and while it successfully restores his arm, it eventually turns him into an irrational reptilian monster.|
|28||2||"Electro"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Eugene Son||January 21, 2013|
|Electro, a villain with the power to manipulate electricity, takes control of every electrical device in New York and causes a mass blackout. Left unable to contact S.H.I.E.L.D., Spider-Man and his team have to learn to cooperate with each other and defeat Electro without the aid of technology.|
|29||3||"The Rhino"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action & Ed Valentine||January 27, 2013|
|Spider-Man and Power Man come into conflict with the Rhino, an immensely strong rhinoceros-themed villain, who tries to steal from Oscorp's chemical shipments. At school, Peter and Luke notice Flash Thompson is bullying a shy, nerdy classmate named Alex, but they soon discover Alex's shocking connection to the Rhino and the lengths he will go to in order to get revenge on Flash.|
|30||4||"Kraven the Hunter"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Danielle Wolff||February 3, 2013|
|Ava is being haunted by memories of her past and struggles to maintain control over her White Tiger amulet, becoming more aggressive and feral during training sessions. Spider-Man tries to find a way to help her, but the whole team is put in danger when Kraven the Hunter, the obsessive great white hunter who killed Ava's father, appears in New York to claim the amulet's power for himself.|
|31||5||"Hawkeye"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||February 10, 2013|
|The Beetle attacks the construction site of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new Helicarrier. Nick Fury orders Spider-Man and Hawkeye (a member of the Avengers) to apprehend him, but in their pursuit an explosion damages one of Spider-Man's web shooters, causing highly adhesive web fluid to leak onto Hawkeye's arm and leaving them stuck together. Spider-Man and Hawkeye must learn to put aside their differences and work together to defeat the Beetle.|
|32||6||"The Sinister Six"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||February 17, 2013|
|Doctor Octopus assembles Rhino, Kraven the Hunter, Beetle, and Electro and lures Spider-Man to his underwater laboratory underneath the Hudson River by using Dr. Connors as bait. Things get worse for Spider-Man when Doctor Octopus forcefully transforms Dr. Connors into Lizard to complete his Sinister Six. Spider-Man tries to evade the six villains and escape from the base so he can call his team for back-up.|
|33||7||"Spidah-Man!"||Roy Burdine||Story: Joe Quesada
Teleplay: Man of Action & Jimmy Palmiotti
|March 24, 2013|
|Just when Spider-Man's life in New York has reached a new all-time low when J. Jonah Jameson puts out a bounty for his unmasking, he is invited by the Mayor of Boston to become the town's resident superhero and tourism mascot. Not long after that, however, Spider-Man has to contend with the Steel Spider and a group of armored supervillains called the Boston Terroriers.|
|34||8||"Carnage"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Paul Giacoppo||March 31, 2013|
|Peter contemplates telling Harry about his dual-life as Spider-Man, and warning him that the Green Goblin could be targeting him. The Goblin abducts Peter and forces him to bond with an improved version of the Venom symbiote, which he refers to as "Carnage". When Carnage attacks Harry's apartment, Harry takes control of the symbiote, becomes Venom and sets out to bring down the Green Goblin once and for all.|
|35||9||"House Arrest"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action & Eugene Son||April 7, 2013|
|Spider-Man's team prepares to house a surprise party at Peter's and Aunt May's home. However, an attempt by Nova to shut down the secret S.H.I.E.L.D. security installations for some privacy makes the system go crazy, while Spider-Man must also come to terms with his teammates' status as fellow houseboarders.|
|36||10||"The Man-Wolf"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Danielle Wolff||April 14, 2013|
|S.H.I.E.L.D. launch their new ship, the Tri-Carrier, which is able to split into three separate ships for different situations. For its first mission, the "Astro-Carrier" segment travels to the moon in response to a distress signal from astronaut John Jameson, who is part of a team building a lunar satellite. When Spider-Man's team find John, they are faced with a bizarre threat connected to an ancient alien gem stone.|
|37||11||"Swarm"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||June 9, 2013|
|Spider-Man invents the Spider-Tracer, a high-tech tracking device he plans to plant on fleeing villains. He upgrades the Tracer with technology from Stark Industries without Tony Stark's permission, accidentally giving it the ability to produce multiple copies of itself. Disgruntled Stark Industries scientist Michael Tan uses a machine of his invention to separate his own atoms and his consciousness takes control of the Spider-Tracers, creating a living swarm driven by hatred towards Tony Stark.|
|38||12||"Itsy Bitsy Spider-Man"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action, Kevin Burke, & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||June 9, 2013|
|While looking for Thor missing in action, Spider-Man's team is shrunk into super-deformed versions of their own selves by one of Loki's tricks. Nick Fury has Spider-Man's team placed in the Helicarrier's D.A.Y.C.A.R.E. area, but with Thor also having been shrunk, Spider-Man's team must find a way to help Thor fight Loki and the Destroyer Armor and return to normal size.|
|39||13||"Journey of the Iron Fist"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||June 16, 2013|
|After being attacked by a mysterious assassin, Danny is called back to K'un-L'un (the ancient Himalayan city in which he trained in martial arts and first became Iron Fist) by the Elder Monk and Spider-Man accompanies him. He has to take part in a contest to determine the future king of K'un-L'un, but as poison from the assassin's blade temporarily blinds him, Spider-Man has to take his place in the contest and compete against a highly skilled yet arrogant warrior known as the Scorpion.|
|40||14||"The Incredible Spider-Hulk"||Phil Pignotti||Brian Michael Bendis||June 23, 2013|
|During a S.H.I.E.L.D. experiment to tame the Hulk's rage, Mesmero escapes with a vengeance, exchanging Spider-Man's and Hulk's minds for another bout of vicious fun. This dilemma is severely aggravated when the Thing, thinking the "Hulk" is on a rampage, also joins the fray.|
|41||15||"Ultimate Deadpool"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Ed Valentine||July 7, 2013|
|Taskmaster steals a digital file containing the secret identities of every superhero who works with S.H.I.E.L.D., including those of Spider-Man and his teammates. Frustrated by a recent string of misfortune and his demanding S.H.I.E.L.D. training schedule, Spider-Man accompanies Deadpool (an absent-minded mercenary who once trained with S.H.I.E.L.D.) on his mission to retrieve the file, but he soon starts to realize Deadpool is not a true hero.|
|42||16||"Venom Bomb"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||July 21, 2013|
|The Green Goblin is apprehended by Spider-Man's team and imprisoned on board the Tri-Carrier. He lets the Venom symbiote loose on the ship, and it separates into multiple symbiotes which take control of the crew, creating an army of Venoms. When the Goblin escapes from his cell and bonds with the original symbiote, Spider-Man has to form an uneasy alliance with Doctor Octopus to devise a serum that will turn the Goblin back into Norman Osborn.|
|43||17||"Guardians of the Galaxy"||Tim Maltby||Brian Michael Bendis||July 28, 2013|
|Spider-Man goes on a deep space adventure to save Earth from Korvac and the Chitauri.|
|44||18||"The Parent Trap"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Kaita Mpambara||August 4, 2013|
|Spider-Man and Power Man infiltrate Zodiac's base to discover what happened to Power Man's parents.|
|45||19||"Stan By Me"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action & Joe Fallon||July 14, 2013|
|One dark night, the Lizard attacks Midtown High, with Spider-Man, Mary Jane, Harry and Stan the Janitor inside. Cut off from S.H.I.E.L.D. support, Spider-Man and Stan (who begins to demonstrate unrevealed qualities) must team up to take down the Lizard.|
|46||20||"Game Over"||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||September 29, 2013||0.57|
|When Arcade plans to launch nuclear missiles to cause World War III, Spider-Man teams up with Captain America and Wolverine where they end up in Arcade's Murderworld located in Madripoor.|
|47||21||"Blade" (Part 1)||Roy Burdine||Man of Action, Kevin Burke, & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||October 5, 2013[nb 1]||2.31|
|On Halloween night, Spider-Man's team are tasked with delivering a half of Tekamentep's Ankh (an ancient Egyptian artefact) to skilled vampire hunter Blade. They are attacked by an army of vampires sent by the vampire king Dracula, who wants to use the Ankh's power to render himself immune to vampire weaknesses such as sunlight. Once the Ankh is safe, Fury sends the team and Blade to retrieve the second half from storage in a museum before Dracula can get to it.|
|48||22||"The Howling Commandos" (Part 2)||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action, Kevin Burke, & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||October 5, 2013[nb 1]||2.31|
|Dracula has obtained both halves of Tekamentep's Ankh and has most of Spider-Man's team under mind control. In order to stop him activating the Ankh before sunrise, Spider-Man and Blade join forces with Nick Fury's Howling Commandos (a S.H.I.E.L.D. task force consisting of various heroic monsters) and travel to Dracula's castle in Transylvania to retrieve the Ankh.|
|49||23||"Second Chance Hero"||Tim Maltby||Man of Action, Kevin Burke, & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||October 20, 2013||0.50|
|Spider-Man forms an unlikely partnership with a cured Norman Osborn in the Iron Patriot armor when Doctor Octopus attacks with a Spider-Soldier army.|
|50||24||"Sandman Returns"||Roy Burdine||Man of Action & Danielle Wolff||October 27, 2013||0.53|
|Spider-Man tries to help the Sandman become a hero, but soon finds out that his new friend fights old instincts.|
|51||25||"Return of the Sinister Six" (Part 1)||Phil Pignotti||Man of Action & Scott Mosier||November 3, 2013||0.35|
|Doctor Octopus and the Lizard break in to Ryker's Island (a prison for supervillains), and free Rhino, Electro, Kraven the Hunter, and Scorpion, equipping each of them with battle armor made from stolen Oscorp technology. Spider-Man's team and the Iron Patriot fight the Sinister Six, and while Spider-Man is determined to inject the Lizard with a formula that will make him human again, Doctor Octopus plans to turn Norman back into the Green Goblin.|
|52||26||"Ultimate" (Part 2)||Tim Maltby||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn||November 10, 2013||0.64|
|Following the fight with the Sinister Six, Norman Osborn has been transformed into Green Goblin again and has captured Spider-Man's team (who have been previously defeated by the Sinister Six). Green Goblin has transformed his friends and plans to use the old Helicarrier to gas New York City. But using Dr. Connors' serum, Spider-Man transforms his team back and defeats the Green Goblin. Because of his performance, he is offered a place in the Avengers.|
Season 3: Web-Warriors (2014–15)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original U.S. air date||U.S. viewers
|53||1||"The Avenging Spider-Man" (Part 1)||Roy Burdine||Paul Dini||August 31, 2014|
|Loki joins forces with Doctor Octopus to destroy the Avengers and their newest member, Spider-Man, by body swapping with Peter so it seems Spider-Man is destroying New York and summoning monsters from different dimensions and 'venomising' them. But their minds back to their original bodies, things much worse for Spider-Man will be made.|
|54||2||"The Avenging Spider-Man" (Part 2)||Tim Maltby||Paul Dini||August 31, 2014|
|After a case of mistaken identity caused by Loki and Doctor Octopus, Spider-Man must convince his old team that he's the real Spider-Man before he is destroyed by the Avengers and before Loki's plot is furthered.|
|55||3||"Agent Venom"||Kalvin Lee||Eugene Son||September 7, 2014|
|While trying to become a crime fighter following Spider-Man's fight with a Venom-possessed Scorpion, Flash Thompson gets permanently bonded with Venom. It's up to Spider-Man to rescue his one-time school bully from the attentions of Beetle and Taskmaster. In the end, Nick Fury decides to give Spider-Man his list of teenaged superheroes.|
|56||4||"Cloak and Dagger"||Roy Burdine||Danielle Wolff||September 14, 2014|
|Spider-Man wants to recruit Cloak and Dagger as new warriors for the new S.H.I.E.L.D. team. Complicating the matter however are Dormammu taking control of Cloak and Doctor Strange in an attempt to invade Earth, and Cloak and Dagger's own trust issues.|
|57||5||"The Next Iron Spider"||Tim Maltby||Kevin Burke & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||September 21, 2014|
|Science genius Amadeus Cho proves perfect to operate the Iron Spider armor. The only trouble is he's Peter Parker's class rival. However, when Taskmaster attempts to take the armor himself, Spider-Man and Cho must work together.|
|58||6||"The Vulture"||Kalvin Lee||Henry Gilroy & Marty Isenberg||September 28, 2014|
|A mysterious thief known as Vulture has been causing trouble. Spider-Man decides to track him down, and discovers that he's a young man who has trouble remembering his past.|
|59||7||"The Savage Spider-Man"||Roy Burdine||Jim McCann||October 7, 2014|
|Spider-Man travels to the Savage Land with Wolverine to find Ka-Zar. Things become complicated as a result of a plan hatched by Taskmaster and Kraven the Hunter, who seek Ka-Zar and Zabu for their individual purposes (Taskmaster wanting Ka-Zar to join him and Kraven attempting to sacrifice Zabu for an immortality ritual).|
|60||8||"New Warriors"||Tim Maltby||Eugene Son||October 14, 2014|
|Spider-Man realizes he has inspired a whole new generation of aspiring super-heroes and wants to encourage them to have S.H.I.E.L.D. training and form a new team called the New Warriors. However, Taskmaster and his Thunderbolts, which include Cloak and Dagger stage a surprise attack on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Tri-Carrier and the New Warriors must face their first trial by fire when they strive to prevent a breakout of Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Beetle and Scorpion while Spider-Man tries to convince Cloak and Dagger to join the team.|
|61||9||"The Spider-Verse" (Part 1)||Kalvin Lee||Danielle Wolff||March 5, 2015||0.42|
|Spider-Man learns that the Green Goblin is planning to travel across the Multiverse using the Siege Perilous he stole from S.H.I.E.L.D. and the energy of Electro to collect the DNA of other Spider-Men. Spider-Man follows his enemy to the futuristic world of Marvel 2099 (which is drawn in CGI) and helps boost the confidence of Spider-Man 2099. Then he travels to a gender-swapped universe and teams up with Spider-Girl to defeat their world's versions of the Green Goblin.|
|62||10||"The Spider-Verse" (Part 2)||Roy Burdine||Paul Dini||March 12, 2015||0.40|
|Spider-Man continues following Green Goblin across the Multiverse to stop him from collecting Spider-Men DNA. He travels to 1930s world of Marvel Noir and helps Spider-Man Noir to renew his friendship with Mary Jane. Then, he ends up on an alternate world of Earth-8311 and helps Peter Porker regain his will to become Spider-Ham again.|
|63||11||"The Spider-Verse" (Part 3)||Tim Maltby||Kevin Burke & Chris "Doc" Wyatt||March 19, 2015||0.60|
|As Spider-Man continues chasing Green Goblin across the Multiverse, he lands in a medieval-based world where he helps Spyder-Knight take down the Alchemist (the medieval version of Doctor Octopus) and his Kraken creation to save York. Then, his last stop before heading back home is Earth-1610 where he helps Miles Morales overcome the guilt of being unable to save his world's Peter Parker from death and fight the Earth-1610 version of Green Goblin.|
|64||12||"The Spider-Verse" (Part 4)||Kalvin Lee||Eugene Son||March 26, 2015|
|After Spider-Man finally ends up back in his own universe, he finds Green Goblin (who learned Spider-Man's identity) has injected himself with the Spider-Men DNA from all the universes to become the Spider-Goblin. With Electro's help from the Siege Perilous, he summons all the Spider-Men dubbed Web-Warriors to battle the Spider-Goblin and save New York even when Electro plans to destroy it.|
|65||13||"The Return of the Guardians of the Galaxy"||Roy Burdine||Brian Michael Bendis||July 6, 2014|
|The Guardians of the Galaxy land on Earth to repair their ship at the same time ex-Nova Corps member Titus leads the Chitauri into targeting Nova's helmet. Now Spider-Man and Nova must work with the Guardians of the Galaxy to defeat Titus and the Chitauri.|
|66||14||"S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy"||Tim Maltby||Marty Isenberg||July 7, 2015|
|Spider-Man's education at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy (which is located at the Triskelion) begins under the supervision of Robert Frank, but it might be cut seriously short when a long-dormant villain named Arnim Zola wakes up from hibernation and sets out to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D.|
|67||15||"Rampaging Rhino"||Kalvin Lee||Marty Isenberg||July 14, 2015|
|Spider-Man and Agent Venom are the last line of defence when a bitter rivalry between Hulk and Rhino threatens to destroy New York City.|
|68||16||"Ant-Man"||Roy Burdine||Tom Pugsley||July 21, 2015|
|Spider-Man and Ant-Man must shrink down to miniature size in a special submarine to rid Nick Fury's body of nanobots implanted by Doctor Octopus.|
|69||17||"Burrito Run"||Tim Maltby||Mairghread Scott||July 28, 2015|
|Craving Mexican food, Spider-Man, Power Man and Squirrel Girl sneak out after hours for late-night burritos. Along the way, they must contend with Boomerang, Grizzly, Mesmero and Shocker.|
|70||18||"Inhumanity"||Kalvin Lee||Geoffrey Thorne||TBA|
|After defeating Molten Man, Spider-Man is the only one prepared to support Triton of the Inhumans as he returns to his home city to stop his people from attacking and save New York from a war between S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans.|
|71||19||"Attack of the Synthezoids" (Part 1)||Roy Burdine||Andrew R. Robinson||TBA|
|Spider-Man's fellow superheroes have been replaced by synthetic replicants by the evil Dr. Arnim Zola.|
|72||20||"The Revenge of Arnim Zola" (Part 2)||Tim Maltby||Brandon Auman||TBA|
|While freeing classmates, Spider-Man is captured by Arnim Zola and absorbed into his body. The freed friends must fight Arnim Zola to help Spider-Man escape the madman.|
|73||21||"Halloween Night at the Museum"||Kalvin Lee||Danielle Wolff||October 10, 2014[nb 1]||2.28|
The cast of Jessie find themselves animated as Jessie finds a medieval sword coveted by Morgan le Fay when she takes Emma Ross, Ravi Ross, Luke Ross and Zuri Ross to the museum. Jessie teams up with Spider-Man to save Halloween and the world from the evil plans of le Fay's and henchman Jack O'Lantern.Special guest stars: Debby Ryan as Jessie Prescott, Peyton List as Emma Ross, Cameron Boyce as Luke Ross, Karan Brar as Ravi Ross, Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross
|74||22||"Nightmare on Christmas"||Roy Burdine||Eugene Son||December 3, 2014|
|After a fight with Shocker and falling from a building unconscious, Spider-Man sees what the world would be like without him when Nightmare takes him on a journey through his past, present and future. After experiencing each one, Spider-Man must fight Nightmare to get out of this nightmare and learn the meaning of being a hero who need it most.|
|75||23||"Contest of Champions" (Part 1)||Tim Maltby||Thomas F. Zahler||TBA|
|Spider-Man, the Avengers and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. battle their greatest foes for the fate of the planet. Spider-Man is chosen to be part of the Collector's team and is partnered with Hulk and Iron Man against the Grandmaster's team of villains consisting of Kraven the Hunter, Molten Man and Wendigo King.|
|76||24||"Contest of Champions" (Part 2)||Kalvin Lee||Matt Wayne||TBA|
|Spider-Man is partnered with Captain America, Red Hulk and Iron Fist in a game of capture the flag against Sandman, Blastaar and Ymir. Then Spider-Man is partnered with Power Man, Black Widow and Skaar against Doctor Octopus, Absorbing Man and Zzzax in a game of last team standing but things become a problem when the Grandmaster starts changing the environment of the game.|
|77||25||"Contest of Champions" (Part 3)||Roy Burdine||Marty Isenberg||TBA|
|Spider-Man teams up with Iron Spider, Agent Venom and Thor against Terrax, Attuma and Annihilus in a fight within the subway. Then Spider-Man uses Life Model Decoys to distract Grandmaster so he, Iron Spider and Agent Venom can board Grandmaster's ship to save the hostages.|
|78||26||"Contest of Champions" (Part 4)||Tim Maltby||Eugene Son||TBA|
|The Grandmaster has won the Contest of Champions, but Spider-Man asks for a winner take all rematch.|
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