Dragavon wrote:SSM is superior to 90's Spider-Man but no way does The Batman even compare to Batman: TAS.
There are alot of things that I thought were better about The Batman then Batman TAS, mainky the best being their interpretation of Robin. I think The Batmans version of Dick Grayson/Robin is the best animated version of them all. I enjoyed the redeigns and updates on some of the villains especially the more obscure ones, hell they even included Black Mask!! The one thing that Batman TAS will always be better than any other animated Batman series is Mark Hamil as the Joker, no one can ever do that again, and be as good.
90's Spidey was good for it's time and I have been watching them again lately on Toon Disney and it still holds up pretty good today. It was a bit corny at times but what comics toon isn't. They hit all the major points of Spidey's career and some of the high points in the Marvel U as a whole, which brought in lots of awesom guest star. My biggest problem with the show was the animation could be pretty bad at times, just lazy artists I think was the problem and I did not like the mixing of classic and computer animation.
Spectacular Spider-Man has just blown me away in all aspects. They threw alot out there in the first season but still it didn't seem like to much, you know. The animation is very crisp and clean, and the action scenes are phenomenal! I loved that they are having Peter and Gwen first and didn't even have MJ appear until halfway through the first season. Having actual explanations and backgrounds for most of the villains before they actually show up is a first I think for any cartoon, most of the time they just show up outta no where.I love that Peter is still young and the voice actor really captures that, all the actors do an amzing job in my opinion. I have to say that is by far and away Marvels best cartoon series to date.