Ultimate Spider-Man
#33 - Spidah-Man

Original Airdate - March 24th, 2013
Spider-Man accepts an invitation from the city of Boston to become their official hero. But the grass isnít always greener in his new home.

Ultimate Spider-Man is produced by Marvel Animation and carries a TV-Y7-FV parental guideline.

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Review by Webbed-Wonder

I thought this was actually a pretty good episode, definitely one of the best so far. The cutaway jokes weren't very many, and the one's there were actually were funnier than usual. Spidey in Boston was a fun romp. The Spider-Cave was cool, I liked seeing the Spider-Buggy (but I wish he actually drove it around!). The Spider-Copter and other crazy vehicles reminded me of those crazy toy vehicles they make for Spidey. There actually was a Spider-Copter from Toy Biz in the late 90s that I had, looked similar to the one in this episode actually.

The new villains were entertaining enough and served their purpose, but the thing that really impressed me about this episode was seeing Ollie Osnick. That is one character from the comics I'd never expected to see in a cartoon, let alone have a big role in an episode. Ollie Osnick - the Spider-Kid/ the Steel-Spider. That was really cool to see for me.

I didn't care much for how the supporting cast acted, though. They always act like totally unrealistic jerks to Peter in this show. Other than that, this definitely was one of the strongest outings.

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