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'Spectacular Spider-Man' Webs a Complete Series Blu Ray Set

'Spectacular Spider-Man' Webs a Complete Series Blu Ray Set

The much beloved animated series is FINALLY getting a series set and in Blu Ray no less!!



Source: The Spectacular Spider-Man - The Complete Series

After several years of languishing in oblivion, The Spectacular Spider-Man will FINALLY be getting a complete series release in Blu Ray no less from Sony Entertainment (no word if there will be a complete DVD release)! Toon Zone broke the news today and gave us the breakdown on the cover and what to expect with the collection:

 

 

Technical Information
Runtime: 590 Minutes
Screen Format(s): Anamorphic
Languages: English 5.1, French (Parisian) 5.1, Spanish (Latin Am) 5.1, Italian 5.1, Portuguese (Brazil) 5.1
Subtitles: English (UK), English (US), French (Parisian), Spanish (Latin Am), Italian, Portuguese (Brazil)
Aspect Ratio: 1.78
Discs: 4

Special Features
-Featurettes
-The Spectacular Spider-Man Music Video
-Stylizing Spidey
-Spider-Man: Re-Animated

Short Synopsis: This adventure finds our hero tackling more Super Villains both old and new, including Chameleon, Venom and the Sinister Six: Electro, Doctor Octopus, Vulture, Sandman, Rhino and Shocker. While these criminals are almost more than Spidey can handle, his real struggle becomes an internal one. The stress is enough to drive a high school Super Hero over the edge, but making mistakes and learning lessons is all in a days work for the Spectacular Spider-Man!
 

 

As previously stated this will be a Sony Entertainment release, due to the fact that they own the rights to the animated series and not Disney. It's the sad reason the series was never renewed and why we got.. *shudder* Ultimate Spider-Man instead. 

Toon Zone also notes there's a listing for a Second Season release on DVD, but not release date or art currently. This complete series Blu Ray set will be released on April 22nd. With that cue that catchy theme:

 

 

 

What the hell, this reporter must post one more video due to the fact this show was just so freaking awesome being the closest Marvel ever got to reaching DC's animation levels of glory. There's so many elements of this show that one can enjoy, one of mine was this show's interpretation of Doctor Octopus (played with magnificent wickedness by Peter MacNicol):

 





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