Spider-Man (TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

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I am a little confused between Spider-Man (TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. The month, date and year is September 12, 1981 on this website and I don't know which one first appeared and second appeared.


So I don't know which one first appeared and second appeared with character and team.

When some character and team of superheroes and supervillains was returned to Spider-Man (TV series) or Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends on this website?


I have seen this list that first appeared and second appeared in between Spider-Man (TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

So I don't know if other superheroes, super villains and other support has first appeared and second appeared in between Spider-Man (TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

Also Spider-Man (TV series) was the first one and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends was second one.

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Spider-Man
Captain America
Namor
Thor

Super Villains
Doctor Octopus
Doctor Doom
Sandman
Magneto
Mysterio
Green Goblin
Kraven the Hunter
Red Skull
Chameleon
Kingpin

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I don't understand why Spider-Man (1981 TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends episodes 1 to 13 are the same month, date and year (September 12, 1981 to December 5, 1981).

And other episodes 14 to 26 and 24 are different month, date and year (December 12, 1981 to March 6, 1982) and (September 18, 1982 to November 5, 1983).

So this is weird with the month, date and year of episodes in Spider-Man (1981 TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

Spider-Man (1981 TV series)
1. Bubble, Bubble, Oil and Trouble - September 12, 1981
2. Doctor Doom, Master of the World - September 19, 1981
3. Lizards, Lizard Everywhere - September 26, 1981
4. Curiousity Killed the Spider-Man - October 3, 1981
5. Sandman Is Coming - October 10, 1981
6. When Magneto Speaks, People Listen - October 17, 1981
7. Pied Piper of New York Town - October 24, 1981
8 .Doctor Prescribes Doom - October 31, 1981
9. Carnival of Crime - November 7, 1981
10. Revenge of the Green Goblin - November 14, 1981
11. Triangle of Evil - November 21, 1981
12. ABC's of DOOM - November 28, 1981
13. Sidewinder Strikes - December 5, 1981
14. Hunter and the Hunted - December 12, 1981
15. Incredible Shrinking Spider-Man - December 19, 1981
16. Unfathomable Professor Gizmo - December 26, 1981
17. Canon of Doom - January 2, 1982
18. Capture of Captain America - January 9, 1982
19. Doom Report - January 16, 1982
20. Web of Nephillia - January 23, 1982
21. Countdown to Doom - January 30, 1982
22. Arsenic and Aunt May - February 6, 1982
23. The Vulture Has Landed - February 13, 1982
24. Wrath of the Sub-Mariner - February 20, 1982
25. The Return of the Kingpin - February 27, 1982
26. Under the Wizard's Spell - March 6, 1982

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
1. Triumph of the Green Goblin - September 12, 1981
2. The Crime of All Centuries - September 19, 1981
3. The Fantastic Mr. Frump - September 26, 1981
4. Sunfire - October 3, 1981
5. Swarm - October 10, 1981
6. Seven Little Superheroes - October 17, 1981
7. Videoman -October 24, 1981
8. Prison Plot - October 31, 1981
9. Spidey Goes Hollywood - November 7, 1981
10. The Vengeance of Loki - November 14, 1981
11. Knights and Demons - November 21, 1981
12. Pawn of the Kingpin - November 28, 1981
13. The Quest of the Red Skull - December 5, 1981
14. The Origin of Iceman - September 18, 1982
15. Along Came A Spidey - September 25, 1982
16. A Firestar Is Born - October 2, 1982
17. Spider-Man Unmasked - September 17, 1983
18. The Transylvanian Connection - September 24, 1983
19. Education Of A Superhero - October 1, 1983
20. Attack of the Arachnoid - October 8, 1983
21. The Origin of the Spider-Friends - October 15, 1983
22. Spidey Meets the Girl From Tomorrow - October 22, 1983
23. The X-Men Adventure - October 29, 1983
24. Mission: Save The Guardstar - November 5, 1983

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One answer, anyone can edit Wikipedia. So some mistakes happen. There are also trolls who deliberately mess stuff up. You have to go find legitimate sites to find out and fix if you want. Good luck.

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I don't understand why Spider-Man (1981 TV series) and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends episodes 1 to 13 are the same month, date and year (September 12, 1981 to December 5, 1981).

And other episodes 14 to 26 and 24 are different month, date and year (December 12, 1981 to March 6, 1982) and (September 18, 1982 to November 5, 1983).
The reason for this is simple: Spider-Man was made for syndicated television and thus had all 26 episodes premiere in the same year (not sure if this was made for weekend afternoon/prime-time syndication, given how most syndicated weekend cartoons only have 13 episodes a season).

Meanwhile, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends was produced for NBC Saturday morning that aired for multiple seasons. As such, 1-13 is Season 1, 14-16 is Season 2, and 17-24 is Season 3.
 

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One answer, anyone can edit Wikipedia. So some mistakes happen. There are also trolls who deliberately mess stuff up. You have to go find legitimate sites to find out and fix if you want. Good luck.

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Wikipedia is not my responsibility with this and that someone who is responsible with this.

I am not going to fix or change something that someone is going to fix or change.

Because it is not my job and so someone else's job is to fix or change something.

The reason for this is simple: Spider-Man was made for syndicated television and thus had all 26 episodes premiere in the same year (not sure if this was made for weekend afternoon/prime-time syndication, given how most syndicated weekend cartoons only have 13 episodes a season).

Meanwhile, and His Amazing Friends was produced for NBC Saturday morning that aired for multiple seasons. As such, 1-13 is Season 1, 14-16 is Season 2, and 17-24 is Season 3.
Ok can you put a list of who in Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends the second to first appeared in Spider-Man (1981 TV series)?

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Just a note that soliciting like this, such as asking for a complete list of characters who appeared on the show, isn't really allowed on the forum. Amazing Friends had a lot of cameos, you could try watching the show and find out for yourself, instead of asking others to compile lists for you.
 

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I was thinking about my favourite is Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and one episode name is The Quest of the Red Skull.

First appeared I seen Captain America and Red Skull was in Spiderman (TV Series) in 1981 of episode name is The Capture of Captain America.

Second appeared that Red Skull has return then why that Spider-Friends didn't contact to Captain America and Avengers about Red Skull return so why only Hiawatha Smith with Spider-Friends against Red Skull and 2 bad man?
 

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