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Season 1

  • S01E01 The Power of Dr. Octopus

    • September 9, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Peter Parker is on assignment for J. Jonah Jameson, investigating mystery lights outside of the New York City limits for possible Daily Bugle pictures, when a rock avalanche forces his car off of a road and onto a tree part-way down a cliff. Peter changes to Spiderman and uses webbing to gently bring his car to a landing at the base of the cliff, where he notices light emanating from an opening in the rock, revealing a gadget-filled cave wherein the multi-mechanical-armed Doctor Octopus is scheming to trigger a series of underground explosions in Manhattan. Octopus surprises Spidey by dropping an entangling chain around the super-hero, then confines Spidey behind a descending set of jail cell bars. When Peter is overdue at the Bugle, Betty Brant drives her car to the same location and is also captured by Octopus. With his back turned from Spidey and Brant, Octopus initiates his diabolical plan as proof of his power to devastate New York. Spidey sprays his webbing into the jail cell locks that imprison himself and Betty, the webbing serves as a key, and Betty is free to run for help, while Spidey fights Octopus, shooting webbing at Octopus' glasses and blinding the villain so that he can be webbed to a wooden beam in the cave. The police, summoned to the scene by Betty, arrest Octopus, and Betty is reunited with Peter, who tells to her that he has been looking for a mechanic to repair his car.

  • S01E01 Sub-Zero for Spidey

    • September 9, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A group of giant ice creatures situate in New York Harbor in their damaged, diamond-like spaceship and abduct Dr. Smartyr, a noted scientist. Spidey boards the alien space vessel, passes through a maze of perilous, icy tunnels, and finds the aliens' control room, where Smartyr, an expert in propulsion, is helping the creatures, friendly Plutonians who were forced to land on Earth for repairs to their spaceship. With his new invention, a space warp control device, Smartyr assists the Plutonians to launch their spacecraft out of New York Harbor, leave Earth, and return to Pluto. But neither Smartyr nor Spidey will tell anyone about their encounter with aliens.

  • S01E02 Electro the Human Lightning Bolt

    • September 16, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Electro, a villain capable of emitting energy bolts from his hands, robs J. Jonah Jameson's wall safe as the beginning of a crime wave which is investigated by Spiderman and ends in a confrontation with Electro in an amusement park. By his reflections, Spidey draws Electro's fire in a hall of mirrors, then startles Electro with an electricity-negating, asbestos-laced webbing dropped from above onto the villain. Spidey gives the webbed Electro to Jameson for the New York Police Department (the NYPD) to apprehend.

  • S01E02 Where Crawls the Lizard

    • September 16, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Reports of a lizard-man terrorizing the Everglades bring Spiderman to Florida, where he finds that a Doctor Conner, by testing a swamp fever serum upon himself, has changed into an intelligent lizard. The lizard that Conner has become intends to use a beaker containing the serum, which it confiscates from Conner's laboratory, to convert alligators into reptiles that share its level of intelligence, to follow it in conquest of humanity. Spidey applies his knowledge of science to conceive an antidote to the serum and confronts Conner's lizard alter-ego at an old, Spanish fort, webbing the bipedal reptile before it can release the serum into the Florida swamps, and forcing it to drink the antidote that changes it back to Conner, who does not remember any of his acts as the Lizard but is immensely grateful for Spidey's help, as are his wife and son.

  • S01E03 The Menace of Mysterio

    • September 23, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Spider-man has robbed a bank! But Peter Parker doesn't remember robbing a bank. He figures it must be an impostor. Meanwhile, J Jonah Jameson has being recieving calls from a mysterious Mysterio. He claims that he could defeat Spider-man and bets with Jonah on it. Jonah puts Mysterio's challenge on the front page of the Daily Bugle though Spider-man is in trouble with the law. Spider-man arrives at Mysterio's meeting place (a bridge) and they battle there. Mysterio hits Spider-man into the water and Mysterio thinks he won! When really Spidey survived and swam underwater. Peter Parker was in Jonah's office when Mysterio came, wanting his money. Jonah says they haven't proved Spider-man's dead but will only give half of it. As Mysterio exits the office, Peter puts a Spider-tracter on his cloak. Spidey follows him to a TV studio where he meets him. They battle there and Spider-man managed to make Mysterio confess that the Spider-man that robbed the bank is fake and reveal that he

  • S01E04 Captured by J. Jonah Jameson

    • September 30, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Jameson employs a brilliant scientist named Henry Smythe in an effort to catch and unmask Spiderman by means of a relentless robot that speaks in Jameson's voice and has an image of Jameson's face in its head. After a lengthy chase that leaves Spidey fatigued, short of breath, and easily captured by the robot, Spidey uses the suction power of his fingers to open the lid to the robot's control centre and removes the spider-detecting circuitry that initially put the robot onto his trail, and when Jameson and Smythe arrive at the place of Spidey's apparent capture, Jameson removes the mask of what he thinks is Spiderman and finds a straw dummy in a Spiderman costume, in the arms of a non- functional robot. The frustrated Jameson never wants to see Smythe or Smythe's robot ever again.

  • S01E04 The Sky is Falling

    • September 30, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    The Vulture, a man-bird villain, possesses an electronic device inducing huge flocks of birds to join him in attacking New York City. Unless the mayor bestows to the Vulture 2 million dollars, the Vulture promises to continue his reign of terror from the sky. Scientifically astute and resourceful Spidey drops a device that disrupts the bird-controlling transmissions, onto the Vulture's head, and provokes the bird-man into giving to the birds the attack signal, which causes the confused birds to attack the Vulture and force the flying criminal to flee, without the 2 million dollars that he tried to extort.

  • S01E05 Sands of Crime

    • October 7, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    The Sandman, a villain capable of dissolving into a moving heap of sand, slips under the defense mechanisms at a police-guarded exhibit and robs the Goliath Diamond. When the Sandman demands a two million dollar ransom for returning the diamond and specifies a rock quarry as a money-for- diamond transfer point, Spidey arrives there with the money in a suitcase and stickily webs the bottom of the suitcase to a rock, from which the Sandman is thus unable to lift the suitcase. In the ensuing battle, Spidey's makeshift web-shield deflects the boulders falling upon him from a bulldozer controlled by the Sandman. Spidey then spins his webbing into a huge slingshot that deflects the bulldozer's wrecking ball back at the bulldozer, throwing the Sandman from the vehicle and into a vat of water, where the Sandman becomes soggy and weak and drops the diamond. Spidey gives diamond and soggy Sandman to the police.

  • S01E05 Never Step on a Scorpion

    • October 7, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Jameson's latest Spiderman-catching scheme involves a genetically mutated humanoid scorpion created by a scientist named Dr. Stillwell, but the Scorpion's allegiances are fickle, the monster soon declares Jameson as his number one enemy, and Spiderman must rescue his newspaper-publishing nemesis from the beast's murderous clutches. Fortunately, the Scorpion is vulnerable to Spidey's webbing, and Spidey captures the Scorpion for police capture, not once but twice, after the Scorpion escapes prison and attempts again to kill Jameson.

  • S01E06 Diet of Destruction

    • October 14, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A gigantic, walking blast furnace that feasts on metal from lampposts, cars, and power transformers, is loose in New York City. Spidey webs its two legs, ties a rope around its middle, and pilots a tugboat to pull it into the water of New York Harbor. Water douses its fire.

  • S01E06 The Witching Hour

    • October 14, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A ghoulish villain, the Green Goblin, plans to conjure demons of the spirit world to do his bidding and to this end uses J. Jonah Jameson as a hypnotized medium to the evil realm. Spidey trails the Goblin and Jameson to a cemetery to battle the green-skinned ghoul. He webs and tips the Goblin's cauldron from which the evil spirits are emerging. The spirits disappear as the cauldron's liquid contents seep into the ground, and Spidey webs the Goblin. The recuperating Jameson has no memory of any of these events.

  • S01E07 The Peril of Parafino

    • October 21, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A convict named Red Dog Melvin escapes jail and is granted asylum at Parafino's Wax Museum, where Red Dog is put in suspended animation and coated with wax by fanatical wax artist Parafino, whose advertised exhibit of Red Dog lures Spidey to the museum for a nighttime visit. Planning to turn the web-swinger into a wax-covered exhibit, Parafino throws an ultra-sticky wax at Spidey's hands and feet, pinning Spidey on a pedestal. Betty Brant arrives at the museum in search for Peter, who told to her that he was going to investigate the museum, and Parafino captures her too. However, Spidey uses heat to his advantage, first from a lamp above his pedestal to melt the wax on his hands (thus enabling him to pull his feet free from the wax bonding them to the pedestal), then by hitting with his webbing a wax temperature control that increases heat to cause Parafino to melt! The real Parafino emerges to continue the work of his melted wax self-image, but Red Dog reanimates and grabs Parafino, and Spidey webs them both.

  • S01E07 Kilowatt Kaper

    • October 21, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Electro exploits an electrical storm to recharge his energy powers and escape jail. He hijacks the New York City power station and intends to blackmail the city into accepting his demand of total rule. Spiderman confronts Electro first at the power station and then in Times Square. In Times Square, Spidey spins his special, electricity-resistant webbing formula to form a large net, then webs a personal shield to deflect one of Electro's bolts so that the bolt blasts a hole through a wooden ledge. Electro, walking confidently toward Spidey, falls through the hole and into the net, where Spidey's electricity-resistant webbing traps Electro for police to recapture him.

  • S01E08 Horn of the Rhino

    • October 28, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Sick with a cold, Spiderman must battle the Rhino, a powerful, horned villain capable of ramming through trains, trucks, and submarines. Though Peter's Aunt May forbids her ailing nephew to procure pictures for Jameson of the Rhino's wrath, Peter leaves his bed to become Spiderman each time that a component to a top-secret military weapon is due to arrive in New York City, because the Rhino wants the weapon and will stop at nothing to steal the components, three in total, coming to New York by train, airplane, and submarine. But the sneezing Spidey is unable to stop the Rhino from snatching the components. Finally, as the Rhino is assembling the weapon from the three heisted components, Spidey obtains a can of pepper from Aunt May's cupboard, finds the Rhino's hideout, a cave at the New York City Zoo, and webs the can of pepper onto the Rhino's horn, which punctures the can, and pepper drops in the Rhino's face so that the Rhino now too has a sneezing handicap. An avalanche of mud falls upon the Rhino, and Spidey bakes the mud with a heat ray to trap the horned criminal, then gains possession of the weapon to return it to the military. The Rhino is apprehended by the NYPD, and Peter confines himself to bed to allow Aunt May to fully treat his cold.

  • S01E09 Fifth Avenue Phantom

    • November 4, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    The Phantom, a faceless, hooded villain, orchestrates a trio of female robots, all with reducing rays, to steal merchandise from Bennet's Department Store. Intending to catch the Phantom, Spiderman trails the beautiful robots and a stolen doll house containing the shrunken items. He is captured by one of the robots toting a laser gun and brought to the Phantom's headquarters, where the robots restore the merchandise to full size. Spidey springs into action, deactivates the robots, and webs the Phantom. The police return the stolen items to Bennet's.

  • S01E09 The One-Eyed Idol

    • November 4, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Australian hunter Harley Clivendon pretends to be secret admirer of J. Jonah Jameson and gives as a "token of (his) esteem" to the cantankerous newspaper publisher a weird, hypnotic idol, which entrances Jameson into robbing his own wall safe and placing the money inside of the idol for Clivendon's aborigine helper to collect. When Spidey discovers Clivendon's scheme, Clivendon throws a boomerang to strike Spidey unconscious and binds Spidey beneath an elevator carriage to be crushed when the carriage reaches ground level, but Spidey breaks his bindings to escape from the descending carriage and confronts Clivendon. After dodging the spears hurled and bullets fired at him by Clivendon, Spidey throws the advancing aborigine at Clivendon and webs them both for police capture- and Jameson has his money back.

  • S01E10 The Revenge of Dr. Magneto

    • November 11, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Dr. Magneto, a scientist with a gun capable of magnetizing and demagnetizing various objects, plans revenge upon the world for ridiculing his theories. He causes a rail bridge to collapse, then lifts and drops a statue from high altitude, but Spidey arrives on the scene and prevents Magneto's schemes from causing loss of life. Then, Spidey confronts Magneto in a museum and, with a dense, anti-magnetic webbing, smashes Magneto's magnetizing gun. He then webs Magneto in the usual manner and places the disgraced scientist on a pedestal in the museum for police to apprehend.

  • S01E10 The Sinister Prime Minister

    • November 11, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Spiderman discovers that the visiting Prime Minister of Rutania is an imposter and must by himself battle the identity-usurper, whose cane is a veritable arsenal! The phoney Prime Minister, under the pretense of obtaining a multi-million dollar loan to aid the impoverished people of his country, has duped the American government and J. Jonah Jameson into bestowing upon him a fortune in gold bullion. While battling the imposter Prime Minister aboard an airplane, Spidey uses his webbing to knock the cane out of the imposter's hand and pin it to the fuselage's wall. He webs the imposter and, with armed guards as witnesses, removes the imposter's make-up to reveal actor Charles Cameo. Spidey also releases the real Prime Minister alive from a trunk aboard the airplane.

  • S01E11 Here Comes Trubble

    • November 18, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Miss Trubble, a book dealer obsessed with mythology, is owner of a magical chest from which she summons a succession of mythological figures, from centaurs to the Cyclops to Diana the Hunter-Goddess, to commit robberies of ancient artifacts on her behalf.

  • S01E11 The Night of the Villains

    • November 18, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Historic villains Blackbeard the Pirate, Jesse James, and the Executioner of Paris are committing robberies in New York City, and Spidey tracks them to their lair- Parafino's Wax Museum, where Spidey's wax-master enemy is scheming to besiege and plunder the city with robotized wax villains.

  • S01E12 The Fantastic Fakir

    • November 25, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Spiderman battles an Arabian jewel thief, whose magical flute induces animals into attacking Spidey.

  • S01E12 Spider-Man Meets Dr. Noah Boddy

    • November 25, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A scientist, Dr. Noah Boddy, renders himself invisible by means of a machine, then acts to avenge himself upon Jameson, who publically maligned his theory of invisibility.

  • S01E13 Farewell Performance

    • December 2, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    When a Jekyll-and-Hyde poster comes to life at the soon-to-be-demolished Castle Theatre, Spidey visits the theatre and encounters a mischievous Blackwell the Magician, who is trying to attract public attention to the theatre in hope of preventing its demolition.

  • S01E13 Return of the Flying Dutchman

    • December 2, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Reports of a legendary, flying ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, being sighted near Smuggler's Cove summon Spidey to the area, where his investigation into the phantom ship's appearance leads him to a cave in which he finds his sworn adversary, Mysterio, plotting with a pair of thugs.

  • S01E14 Blueprint For Crime

    • December 9, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    A bald-headed mastermind named the Plotter employs two ridiculous criminals, Cowboy and Ox, to steal a blueprint to a missile.

  • S01E14 The Golden Rhino

    • December 9, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Spiderman's old enemy, the rampaging Rhino, is stealing gold bullion to mold an auric likeness of himself.

  • S01E15 The Slippery Doctor Von Schlick

    • December 16, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Oil is being stolen in huge quantities by Dr. Von Schlick, a chemist villain garbed in a rubber, non-stick suit and armed with petroleum-based bubbles that he fires from his fingers to envelope Spidey.

  • S01E15 The Spider and the Fly

    • December 16, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Spidey chases the culprit in an attempted theft of jewels from a countess and is surprised to find that his opponent, dressed in a black ""Human Fly"" costume, also has the ability to scale walls and can cross thin wires between buildings.

  • S01E16 The Dark Terrors

    • December 23, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Life-like and substantial shadows of beasts are projected in various locations in New York City by the Phantom's new Shadow-Scope glasses to cause panic and enable the Phantom to effect unconstrained bank and jewelry store robberies.

  • S01E16 The Vulture's Prey

    • December 23, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    The nefarious Vulture traps Jameson inside of a tower-clock and uses the well-informed Daily Bugle publisher as a source of information on the whereabouts of a visiting diamond merchant and the testing of military equipment- two prospective heists for the greedy bird-man.

  • S01E17 Magic Malice

    • December 30, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    While Blackwell the Magician is entertaining at the Castle Theatre, his house is invaded by the Green Goblin, who swipes some of Blackwell's props and peruses Blackwell's book of magic spells and incantations.

  • S01E17 The Terrible Triumph of Dr. Octopus

    • December 30, 1967
    • ABC (US)

    Doctor Octopus imposes upon Dr. Smartyr's Nullifier rocket test and steals the ultra-powerful destructor missile, with possession thereof Octopus plans to force all nations to bow to his will.

  • S01E18 Fiddler on the Loose

    • January 6, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Because he hates rock-and-roll for its having replaced classical music in the tastes of the masses, a fiddler with a deadly, sonic violin seeks revenge upon pop-music sponsor Cyrus Flintridge.

  • S01E18 Fountain of Terror

    • January 6, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Dr. Curtis Conner goes missing in the Florida swamps after finding the Fountain of Youth. When Spidey investigates the scientist's disappearance, he discovers a fifteenth century Spanish conquistador, Ponce de Leon, who is intent upon keeping the magical fountain a secret.

  • S01E19 Double Identity

    • January 13, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Art robberies are committed by an old enemy of Spiderman, actor Charles Cameo, who can utilize masks and make-up to usurp any identity, including those of J. Jonah Jameson and Spiderman!

  • S01E19 To Catch a Spider

    • January 13, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Under the guidance of Dr. Noah Boddy, the Green Goblin, Electro, and the Vulture join forces for revenge on Spiderman. In a confrontation with Noah Boddy's three stooges, Spidey practices ventriloquism to cause each of the three miscreants to think that he is being insulted by the others, and the excitable trio of villains begin fighting each other.

  • S01E20 Trick or Treachery

    • January 20, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Paroled from prison, the Human Fly Twins rob diamonds from an importing company, and one of them does this deed in a Spiderman costume so that the guard, before being hit on the head from behind by the second twin, believes that Spidey is the culprit.

  • S01E20 Sting of the Scorpion

    • January 20, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    When the Scorpion, intent on vengeance upon Spiderman and Jameson, escapes prison, he visits the laboratory of his creator, Dr. Stillwell, and drinks a potion that vastly increases his size.

Season 2

  • S02E01 The Origin of Spider-Man

    • September 14, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Student Peter Parker is labeled a ""bookworm"" by his peers when he declines their offer of a triple-date in favor of viewing a radiology experiment. Bit by a spider, turning into a superhero, his uncle killed by a thief that Peter let go.. fights crime now in Manhattan.

  • S02E02 King Pinned

    • September 21, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    On his first night at work at the Daily Bugle, Peter overhears talk of a fake medicine racket engineered by a rotund mobster called the Kingpin, whose thugs have a laboratory somewhere where they produce cheap, imitation pharmaceuticals, which are then peddled at gunpoint to druggists, who are subsequently frightened into selling the fake medicine and not signing a complaint for the police.

  • S02E03 Swing City

    • September 28, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    A twisted radiation specialist gains illicit dominion over Manhattan's new and only nuclear power plant and uses a special ray to lift Manhattan into the clouds, and unless he is amply paid, granted amnesty from arrest, and permitted to build his own nuclear reactor, he will deactivate the ray and plunge the island by force of gravity back down to Earth.

  • S02E04 Criminals in the Clouds

    • October 5, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Roy Robinson, star football player, campus ladies' man, son of a wealthy chemical industrialist, is envied by Peter, who decides to use his spider-power to play football and outperform Robinson.

  • S02E05 Menace from the Bottom of the World

    • October 12, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Investigating the disappearance of banks (which have been mechanically submerged to deep inside the Earth), Spidey finds a hole that leads to a maze of underground tunnels, through which Spidey undertakes a perilous journey in search of the lost occupants of the submerged banks, and he comes upon a bizarre city populated by group of Molemen led by a maniac intent on conquest of the ""surface people"", some of whom- the occupants of the banks-the Molemen are holding prisoner.

  • S02E06 Diamond Dust

    • October 19, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    A baseball diamond and the spherical, baseball-sized Optimo Diamond at the Cosmopolitan Museum are connected in this episode as Peter, about to be the star pitcher in a collegiate baseball game, is obliged to don his Spidey-suit once to stop a rampaging ape at the New York City Zoo and again to thwart men in ape disguise at the museum from stealing the Optimo.

  • S02E07 Spider-Man Battles the Molemen

    • October 26, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Mugs Riley, evidently escaped from prison, has duped the Molemen into following him again, even though they angrily deposed him in ""Menace From the Bottom of the World"", and arranges for Spiderman to be attached to a building so that the web-swinger will be brought underground along with the building, to face the revenge of Mugs Riley.

  • S02E08 Phantom from the Depths of Time

    • November 2, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Giant, mechanical beetles, formed from mushrooms by sonic impulses transmitted from an organ played by the sinister Dr. Manta (a Rocket Robin Hood villain), are used by Manta to capture and enslave the peace-loving inhabitants of an island to mine a valuable ore.

  • S02E09 The Evil Sorcerer

    • November 9, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    In ancient Egypt, one of the most aggressive of evil magicians, Kotep, the Scarlet Sorcerer, is defeated in battle with an opponent, and his own demons strike him with a cursing ball of fire that puts him in suspended animation, his mummified remains lasting through the passing centuries and becoming an exhibit at a New York university and the object of a professor's obsession.

  • S02E10 Vine

    • November 16, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    A giant plant escapes from storage in a house belonging to Prof. Smithers, a missing scientist. Spidey goes through a portal (located in the scientist's home) to prehistoric times to find some defense against the plant and meets Smithers, who tells to him that two radium gems in an idol in a nearby city, if ingested by the plant in New York, will disintegrate it.

  • S02E11 Pardo Presents

    • November 23, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Pardo is a sorcerer with the ability to transform himself into a giant cat with hypnotic eyes. He lures top New York City citizens and officials to a theatre with the promise of a spectacular show, then releases his feline alter-ego's power upon the hapless audience, intending to divest them of their wealth and sap the souls out of their bodies.

  • S02E12 Cloud City of Gold

    • November 30, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Peter is an exchange student in South America, flying in a charter airplane with a Latin American professor in the Andes mountains. The airplane encounters a violent storm and crashes in a jungle, and Peter changes to Spiderman to assist the professor and the airplane's two pilots in leaving the jungle and returning to civilization.

  • S02E13 Neptune's Nose Cone

    • December 7, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    On Jameson's orders, Peter and Daily Bugle pilot Penny Jones travel by small-engine airplane to the Antarctic Ocean to track a fallen nose cone and crash-land on an island with a superstitious, brutish, native population.

  • S02E14 Home

    • December 14, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    At a coffee house, Peter meets Carol, a girl with whom he has much in common; he does not realize to what extent that they are alike until he, as Spiderman, catches Carol in the act of robbing electrical equipment and finds that she has powers identical to his!

  • S02E15 Blotto

    • December 21, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    Clive, an unbalanced movie producer, is determined to avenge himself upon critics and audiences who spurned his claim that the darkest human emotions could be filmed and physically released from a theatre screen.

  • S02E16 Thunder Rumble

    • December 28, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    A giant Martian warrior, who throws lightning bolts, comes to Earth to rob the planet of its gold. Spiderman's effort to stop the behemoth alien is thwarted by a thieving bomber whom Spidey was about to capture before the Martian appeared on Earth.

  • S02E17 Spider-Man Meets Skyboy

    • January 4, 1969
    • ABC (US)

    Dr. Irving Caldwell has devised a helmet capable of levitating its wearer and is kidnaped by a villainous scientist- the Chinese genius, Dr. Zap, who wants Caldwell's helmet to duplicate for his own evil use.

  • S02E18 Cold Storage

    • January 11, 1969
    • ABC (US)

    Sophisticated diamond thief Dr. Cool and his henchman have heisted a fortune in diamonds and are at a deserted-before-dawn ice factory, planning to smuggle the gems through international customs by mixing the ""hot ice"" with large quantities of the ordinary variety.

  • S02E19 To Cage a Spider

    • January 18, 1969
    • ABC (US)

    Two robbers dynamite a bank safe and abscond in their car with millions of stolen dollars. Spidey chases them. The villains throw a ""Vibrator"" device at the web-swinger, and it explodes in Spidey's face! Spidey falls more than 20 building stories to strike a Manhattan street's pavement..

Season 3

  • S03E01 The Winged Thing

    • March 22, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Spidey discovers the bird-man Vulture robbing a millionaire's penthouse safe and unsuccessfully tries to stop the flying fiend. Spidey is also unable to defeat the Vulture in confrontations at a building construction site and at a military base.

  • S03E01 Conner's Reptiles

    • March 22, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Spidey swings to Florida again to battle a walking, thinking lizard. This time, the lizard is not a transformed Dr. Conner, but a reptile whose intelligence has been augmented in an experiment by Conner gone awry, and who has kidnaped Conner and holds the ill-fated scientist as captive at a Spanish fort.

  • S03E02 Trouble with Snow

    • March 29, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    New York City children build a snowman with snow contaminated by trace chemicals from an industrial plant up the Hudson River, and a freak accident involving a broken electrical line hitting the snowman somehow brings the snowman to life.

  • S03E02 Spider-Man vs. Desperado

    • March 29, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Desperado, a cowboy criminal, lassos Spidey and begins a crime wave atop his electronic horse.

  • S03E03 Sky Harbor

    • April 5, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    A German Baron utilizes a flying aircraft carrier to launch an attack on New York City with World War One-style fighter airplanes.

  • S03E03 The Big Brainwasher

    • April 5, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    The Kingpin's latest scheme to control New York involves a machine that brainwashes city officials into doing as the commands. Peter's girl-friend, Mary Jane, invites Peter to watch her dance on opening night at the Gloom Room A-Go-Go, a night club secretly owned by the Kingpin.

  • S03E04 The Scourge of the Scarf

    • April 12, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    From his vantage point atop a building, Spidey watches as crowds form long lines to attend Saturday night Broadway performances. To the panic of the mass of people, the Moon becomes a psychedelic pinwheel that fills the night sky and dizzies and renders everyone- including Spidey- unconscious.

  • S03E04 The Vanishing Doctor Vespasian

    • April 12, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Dr. Vespasian, a green-skinned, wrinkled scientist, concocts a drinkable invisibility formula and uses it on himself and his dog, Brutus.

  • S03E05 The Birth of Micro Man

    • April 19, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Prof. Pretories, the most diabolical mind ever known to science, escapes jail, and Peter unknowingly helps the convict by car-driving him, a hitchhiker, to his secret-laboratory hideout.

  • S03E05 Super Swami

    • April 19, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Super Swami, an obese, Oriental illusionist, seems to make the Brooklyn Bridge disappear piece by piece, with the cars thereon suspended in mid-air!

  • S03E06 The Devious Dr. Dumpty

    • April 26, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Dr. Dumpty, a corpulent jewel thief, attacks a parade with knock-out gas released from balloons, and he and his thugs, wearing gas masks, steal the jewels of actress Rachele Wells and abscond in a hot air balloon.

  • S03E06 Knight Must Fall

    • April 26, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Spidey jousts with a motorcycle-riding knight in armor who is robbing theatre box offices, armored trucks, and museum officials receiving a medieval artifact.

  • S03E07 Up from Nowhere

    • May 3, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    The weird Dr. Atlantian rises out of the ocean near New York City in his hive-like machine, which derives its power from Lunar motion. Atlantian represents the lost continent of Atlantis, which has developed an advanced technology in its centuries of undersea existence and now intends to conquer the surface world.

  • S03E08 Rollarama

    • May 10, 1968
    • ABC (US)

    A remake of Season 2's ""Vine"", virtually identical in plot; the only difference is that instead of a giant plant threatening New York, the menace is a series of enormous, rolling pods that grow from boxes in a missing scientist's house. The scientist has used a time portal located in his house to journey into another dimension, and the rolling pods have come from that dimension, the Land of Crystal Creation.

  • S03E09 The Madness of Mysterio

    • May 17, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Spiderman tussles once more with master-of-illusion Mysterio. This time, Mysterio causes Spidey to think that he has shrunk the web-swinger and placed him in a miniature amusement park.

  • S03E09 Rhino

    • May 17, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    In a cheater story comprised of footage from both Rhino episodes from Season 1, the Rhino again steals gold shipments with which to build a 14 karat statue of himself.

  • S03E10 Revolt in the Fifth Dimension

    • May 24, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    A dying scientist from the destroyed planet Goth in the deceased galaxy of Kamosah must land his crippled spaceship on Earth and, before expiring, entrusts Spiderman with a tiny but encyclopedic library of information, including the secrets of a dimension of living thought, whose one-eyed, skeletal ruler, Infinata, wants this information destroyed.

  • S03E11 Specialists and Slaves

    • May 31, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    An old enemy of Spidey's, a radiation specialist who once lifted Manhattan into the sky, has been released from jail and promptly revisits Manhattan's nuclear power plant, stuns the outdoor guards with his ray gun, and again commandeers the reactor.

  • S03E12 Down to Earth

    • June 7, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    Jameson orders Peter to fly in an airplane with Daily Bugle pilot Osa Olsen to the North Pole to locate a fallen meteor with bizarre antennae, but a thunder-snowstorm cripples Parker and Olsen's airplane, and it crashes in a wasteland populated by a tribe of savages, who have appropriated the meteor and are planning to drop it into a volcano as an offering to their fire god in return for warmth.

  • S03E13 Trip to Tomorrow

    • June 14, 1970
    • ABC (US)

    A bolt of lightning breaks Spidey's web, causing him to fall into a boxcar at a rail yard. In the boxcar, Spidey meets a young runaway who plans to ride a freight train out of New York City and become "the Caped Protector of Podunk".