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Viral Spider-Man Clip May Prove The Worst On-Screen Spidey Ever

Every few years, the internet remembers just how delightfully bonkers the Japanese “Spider-Man” television series is. Yes, it’s an adaptation of Marvel’s most popular superhero, but only in name. During the show’s 41-episode run, the hero mans towering mechs — an arachnid-themed humanoid robot named Leopardon, no seriously — and battles literal Kaiju, just like Reddit mentioned. If that doesn’t sound like a major deviation, know that Takuya Yamashiro gets his spider powers from the last surviving member of an intelligent species from Planet Spider and that his super suit is contained within a fancy bangle. Stan Lee adored Toei Company’s version of Spider-Man, by the way.

Before Sony released “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and brought the concept of Spider-Man variants to the forefront of public consciousness, Japanese Spider-Man might have felt more bizarre, more out of place, but Spider-Ham (John Mulaney) and Spiders-Man (google at your own risk) are commonplace names among movie-going Marvel fans, now. The idea of a Spider-Man who acts like a Power Ranger isn’t that abnormal. But the idea of a Spider-Man who just watches when a person willingly plummets to their death? That’s still weird, that’s still questionable, and that’s still worthy of some light internet bullying as a treat.

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