MAY PARKER
(of Earth-8107)

Real Name: May Parker

Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality (Earth-8107) human

Occupation: Landlady

Group Membership: Formerly the Hive

Affiliations: Betty Brant, Bobby Drake, Mr. Frump, J. Jonah Jameson, Angelica Jones, Ms. Lion, Mrs. Newton, Mona Osborn, Ben Parker, Peter Parker, Mrs. Watson, Professor Wells, Shiro Yoshida

Enemies: The Burglar, Chameleon, Colleen, Doctor Doom (Victor Von Doom), the Ringmaster, the Shocker, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Swarm

Known Relatives: Ben Parker (husband, deceased), Peter Parker (Spider-Man, nephew), Bea (cousin), Michael (cousin)

Aliases: "Aunt May"

Base of Operations: Her home in Queens, New York, USA

First Appearance: Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Bubble, Bubble, Oil & Trouble" (September 12, 1981)

Powers/Abilities: May Parker was an elderly woman. She was capable at most domestic tasks and had the strength of a senior citizen who engaged in moderate exercise. She also had an intense fear/dislike of spiders.

When she was transformed into a bee, she had wings capable of flight.   

Height: 5'5" (by approximation)
Weight: 110 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: White; formerly red

History: (Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Arsenic & Aunt May" (fb)/Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Along Came Spidey" (fb)) - May and Ben Parker were happily married and looked after their nephew Peter. When Ben Parker died at the hands of the Burglar, May was heartbroken.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Revenge of the Green Goblin" (fb)) - May Parker looked on with pride as her nephew Peter graduated high school.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Origin of the Spider-Friends" (fb)) - May, in an attempt to make some extra money, considered renting some rooms out in her house. She brought the idea up to Peter, who said he'd ask around campus. May soon welcomed Bobby Drake and Angelica Jones to her home as Peter introduced them. She seemed unaware of the modifications the group made to her house.

Later, when Tony Stark was kidnapped by the Beetle, May entered the living room with a pitcher of lemonade just as the trio left. She thought they left due to the choice of beverage. May stopped by Peter's room upon hearing voices, unaware that the Spider-Friends were using their newly-installed crime computer. Peter stepped outside and started complimenting May's dress, quietly leading her away from the lab (see comments).

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Bubble, Bubble, Oil & Trouble") - May Parker knocked on her nephew Peter's door, hoping he didn't spend the entire night working on his homework. She called to him through the closed door, unaware that he was still dressed in his Spider-Man costume. Opening the door, she reminded Peter that the early bird gets the worm. She made no mention of him wearing a trench coat indoors (which he had slipped over his costume before she entered). When Peter asked if she heard anything about "Doc Ock," May had no idea who Peter was talking about but she did notice his "adorable red socks," unaware she was looking at the costume of Spider-Man. She reminded him to brush his teeth and wash behind his ears before she was hustled out of his room.

Later, when J. Jonah Jameson called and demanded to speak with Peter, May refused. She made it clear that Peter's grades came before any employment and wished him a good day before hanging up. Walking downstairs, Peter opened the door to his room and asked who was on the phone. May mentioned it was "Mr. Jameson and something about a robbery at the diamond exchange." When Peter later came back from his classes with an A on his history report, May congratulated him on his work. She said the photos Peter took would have been perfect if only that "horrid Spider-Man" hadn't ruined the shots by being in them.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Triumph of the Green Goblin") - Aunt May was at home with Angelica Jones and Mona Osborn as the girls were waiting on their dates to the Comic Book Costume Party. May wondered why Angelica was dressed as "that awful Spider-Woman" but the young woman's answer of a private joke between her and Peter did little to satisfy her. The next day, May listened as Mona told of her recent misadventures. When Mona gushed about Spider-Man being brave as Peter, Angelica and Bobby offered their own thoughts on the wall crawler, May left the room but not before making it clear she found Spider-Man all together "yucky."

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Dr. Doom, Master of the World") - Unaware of Peter's earlier battle with Doctor Doom at the UN as Spider-Man, May called the Daily Bugle offices as Peter asked Betty Brant out to a movie and asked him to come home right away.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends - "The Crime of All Centuries") - May was dusting around the house. When she accidentally poked the football statue that transformed the room into a crime lab, Peter quickly moved the statue back and told her to take the rest of the day off, as he would finish the chores. May, pleased, left the room but made a point to remind Bobby Drake about his past due rent. May was later at the airport with Peter, Bobby and Angelica watching Savage Land dinosaurs being loaded on a plane back to the homeland. When Bobby handed her a check for the rent, May chided him for being forgetful. She reminded Bobby that he already paid her, citing the money she was received from Peter and Angelica, unaware that his friends covered for him.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!" (fb) - BTS) - May began sometimes using Mr. Frump as a handyman. She got along very well with the man.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!") - May was baking a chocolate cake when she was teleported to Mr. Frump's location. Confused, she was shocked to see a "statue" of Firestar, unaware a newly-superhuman Frump had transformed Firestar into stone. Her confusion continued when a palace appeared around them. When Frump wished for all the money in the world, May was buried under the bills alongside Frump, asking "if you can wish for anything, why do you need money?" She was silent when Frump wished his palace into a Roman style arena. May subsequently stood off to the side as Doctor Doom (who was manipulating Frump) whispered into Frump's ear. She then watched as Frump summoned ancient warriors and monsters to fight the Spider-Friends. When Frump summoned a weird creature, May demanded the creature be sent away as it scared her. Doom blasted her to the arena floor for speaking to Frump but Frump, now transformed into Super Frump, flew down and swooped her up. May derided the powerful figure, however, calling him cruel and arrogant. Frump left her on a rooftop. When Doom later snatched May as a hostage, Frump teleported her back to her living room.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Sunfire") - Accompanying her nephew to a local carnival, May said she was tired and wished to nap. Declaring an open seat the best place, she told Peter not to worry, ignoring all evidence that her seat happened to be inside a helicopter. She stayed asleep as the helicopter quickly lost control and spun wildly around. She appeared unperturbed and exited the vehicle when it landed. Later, May (at Angelica's behest) invited Shiro Yoshida to her home for dinner. When thanked, she was quick to credit Angelica with the suggestion. After supper, May watched as Peter and Shiro sparred.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "7 Little Superheroes") - May was relaxing in her easy chair when Peter told her that he and his friends Bobby and Angelica were going to spend to the weekend out of town. May thought that was nice and added how thoughtful it was of them to take Ms. Lion with them. When a confused Peter asked for an explanation, May responded that she obviously couldn't be expected to look after the dog since she was spending time with Mrs. Newton and her many cats.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Sandman is Coming") - May went upstairs to check on Peter and marveled at how Peter always managed to enter the house without her knowing how. She admonished him to wear a sweater and went over to his closet but stopped short of opening the door. When Peter hurriedly yanked a sweater out, she thanked him and reminded him of how much she worried about his health. She also gave him a telegram that had arrived for him. When Peter was later out (fighting the Sandman as Spider-Man), May took the opportunity to snoop. Opening the closet, she gasped in horror at the Spider-Man costume. Yanking it free of the hanger, she spun around as Peter entered his room. She demanded to know if Peter was friends with "that awful Spider-Man" and when Peter said it was for a school costume contest, May sighed with relief. She then told Peter that he should consider dressing in a Hulk costume as she found the Hulk much more attractive.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Swarm") - May observed a giant army of bees invading the city. Deciding the spade in the garden was the best tool to use, she ventured outside and was promptly abducted by a giant worker bee. May was then carried back to the hive, where she was transformed into a bee person. When the Spider-Friends arrived to stop the culprit behind the bees, Swarm, May (as a bee) made her way to the front of the assembled hive. She stood by as Spider-Man was attacked by the newly-transformed Iceman and Firestar. When Swarm was ultimately defeated, May (along with the rest of the hive) transformed back to normal. She recognized Professor Wells but wondered why she was in a field. She later made pancakes for Peter, Bobby and Angelica but for reasons she couldn't understand, she brought a large jar of honey to the table, claiming a strange craving for it.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "When Magneto Speaks…People Listen") - May marveled again at how Peter was able to get into his room without her seeing him enter the house. Entering his room after being invited, May questioned if Peter was studying Greek (noticing his book was upside down) before remarking that he clearly wasn't getting enough sleep. She told him to take an afternoon nap but before she left her nephew to his nap, she told Peter that Dr. Gottard had called and that a space launch was happening that night.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Pied Piper of New York Town") - May sat in the front row as Peter played his part in his school's play production, which amounted to one line. She clapped and ignored J. Jonah Jameson's grousing, praising her nephew's performance.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Video-Man") - May entered Peter's room, unaware of him being on the ceiling. When she asked where her nephew was, he dropped down behind her. She turned to him and asked for help, declaring "it was terrible!." Peter followed the frantic May out of the room with Angelica and Bobby in pursuit and soon learned the trouble was that the television had gone out right in the middle of her favorite soap opera. Peter fiddled with the switch but was unable to fix the set.

When the youths went back to Peter's room, May attended to her banana bread. When it finished, she went back to Peter's room to offer them some of the bread, unaware of the crime computers being used by Peter. When Ms. Lion was accidentally swept into the walls when the room was returned to normal, May started to search the room. When she was looking under the bed, Peter retrieved the dog and tossed him to Angelica, who produced the pooch. May remarked on how things tended to pop up around there. Peter suggested she go next door to Mrs. Watson's house to finish watching her show. She protested that they needed her but Peter insisted she leave.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doctor Prescribes Doom") - May, hearing her nephew sneezing, made him some hot soup. Entering his room as he studied, she stuck a spoonful of the soup in his mouth and implored him to get his rest and keep warm before leaving.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Prison Plot") - May and Ms. Lion were on a ferry near the prison that had been taken over by Magneto. Ms. Lion leapt from the ferry and started swimming towards the prison. May called for help but as the ferry driver dove in and tried to rescue the dog, May despaired at the apparent demise of her pet. Later, May was gifted with a round trip ticket to visit her cousin Bea in Florida. Angelica used the opportunity to reveal the identity of her date that night, namely the famed hair stylist Pierre, whom she had won a free appointment with earlier. Angelica decided to give her appointment to May so she would look good before her trip.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Carnival of Crime) - May knocked on her nephew's door, reminding him about their outing to the local carnival. Entering the room, she was puzzled when she failed to see him. Upon hearing his voice coming from the closet, she demanded to know what he was doing. Opening the closet door, she grumbled at him apparently fixing the light. Later, at the carnival, May, along with Peter and Betty Brant, got in line to go on the roller coaster. When Peter raised an objection, May insisted that she wanted to go on the ride unless Peter was too nervous himself to ride. All three of them climbed into the car and rode the ride. May remarked that the roller coaster was a "real humdinger!" Strolling around the midway, May commented that she hadn't been on a Ferris wheel in years. She then noted that Peter looked a little ill, suggesting that he stay on the ground while she and Betty rode the wheel. As Peter rushed off, May commented that he may have been bitten by a bug.

When the criminal Ringmaster unleashed the carnival animals upon the people, May and Betty found themselves cornered by a jaguar. Spider-Man yanked them both to safety, allowing the two women to rush into a nearby trailer and take shelter as another jaguar clawed their door. After the danger had passed, May called for her nephew but when a radio announcer reported that Spider-Man had stolen a million dollars worth of gold, May remarked that whatever Spider-Man was up to, it was assuredly no good. May didn't say anything as Peter later paid for fifty dart games and left her and Betty at the dart game booth.

When Peter subsequently returned, May announced that she wanted to leave. The dart game booth owner soon announced that May had won the grand prize and May was happy until the grand prize turned out to be a Spider-Man doll. She promptly tossed it in the trash, stating she was putting Spider-Man where he belonged as Betty and Peter shared a laugh.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Spidey Goes Hollywood") - May headed towards a pawn shop to pawn the family jewels when she ran into Peter and his friends. When asked why she was pawning her heirlooms, May explained that money was tight and the house payment was due soon. When she told Peter the total amount due, she was shocked when her nephew assured her he would handle the money before tossing her Ms. Lion and running off, leaving her on the sidewalk.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Revenge of the Green Goblin") - As Peter and Betty went off to a Halloween party, May implored Peter to be careful as Halloween tended to attract a lot of weirdos. Peter jokingly told her that her "favorite wall-crawler" had showed up, prompting May to looked around until a small boy dressed as Spider-Man asked for candy. Delighted at the child's costume, she gave the boy a good handful of candy. Later, upon hearing Peter sneeze, May begged Peter to stay in. When he left and explained his cold away as being caught in the rain from last night, May accepted his story until she remembered that there wasn't any rain the previous night.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Triangle of Evil") - May greeted Peter as he exited his room with bad news. It appeared that she had no money to cover her monthly bills and, noting the television program Peter was watching, May mentioned that if she had a good stunt, she'd try out for the show Beyond Belief and the prize money they offered. She thanked Peter as he went up to his room with the bills. A few days later, May was subsequently hysterical with laughter when she read the "Spider-Man or Chicken-Man" headline in the Daily Bugle. She also thanked Peter for paying all their bills, unaware of how he earned the money.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Knights & Demons") - May cooked dinner and came up the stairs to tell her boarders. She was surprised to see Peter reading a book about Merlin the Magician.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Pawns of the Kingpin") - May, along with Ms. Lion, was sitting in the stands watching an exhibition Captain America was putting on. She wondered where Peter, Angelica and Bobby had ran off to prior to the show's start and made sure to wave an American flag as Captain America spoke. After the show, May got an autograph from Iceman for Peter.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom") - May, lying in bed with a cold, was waited on by Peter. In between spoons full of chicken soup, May wished she could visit her cousin Bea in Florida but refused to go due to the cost. When Peter swore to get the money, May told him not to worry about the money, insisting he should focus his attention on his school instead. As he left her room, May implored him to wear his heavy coat and galoshes due to the snow outside. When Peter later got paid, he sent May down to visit her cousin.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doom Report") - May was still in Florida and unaware of Doctor Doom's plans involving the rebel Johan.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Countdown to Doom") - May, along with Peter, her cousin Bea and Bea's nephew Michael, watched the launch of Doctor Doom's laser cannon. May watched carefully but was puzzled when Peter slipped away just as the rocket's platform was taken over by someone else. May tried to warn Michael about her suspicions about the scientist Dr. Zoltan but he waved her concerns off. 

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Arsenic & Aunt May") - May told Peter that it was vital that he be home by eight o'clock that evening due to wanting him to see the New Adventures of the Mighty Avengers on the television, mostly because she knew how much he liked adventure programs and she wanted him to see a show with wholesome people instead of anything with that "creepy" Spider-Man. 

Later, while May at a local museum waiting for Peter, the Chameleon's agent Colleen (in her disguise as "Colleen Clark") introduced herself as a widow. While chatting with May, Colleen pointed out a "fine looking gentleman" some distance away, who happened to look exactly like Ben Parker. Rushing after him, all May found was another gentleman instead of Ben. Colleen subsequently gave May a card for the Great Mentarr, a spiritual medium. When May visited the shop, Colleen (now disguised as Mentarr's assistant) welcomed her inside while the Great Mentarr (actually the Chameleon himself) told her that Mrs. Clark had told him of May's problems. Holding hands, May was dazzled by the special effects Mentarr used to seemingly summon the "spirit" of Ben Parker. Hearing the voice of Ben telling her his spirit couldn't rest due to Spider-Man, May promised to help and Ben's "spirit" asked her to make Spider-Man helpless and turn him over to Mentarr. Mentarr then gave May a spirit amulet and told her to wear it always. May noticed the aroma the amulet gave off and found it pleasant.

May soon talked to Peter and asked him to help her meet Spider-Man. When asked why, given her previous distaste for the masked man, May argued that maybe Spider-Man wasn't all bad since the police were giving him a medal. When Peter left to study, Spider-Man arrived and May promptly put him to work around the house, having him change a light bulb Peter hadn't gotten around to doing. As the wall-crawler was busy, May readied him a snack, stopping to make sure the milk was loaded with sleeping tablets her doctor had given her. Unaware of his Spider-Sense, May gave Spider-Man a plate of cookies and the tainted milk. When Spider-Man went to drink the milk, his Spider-Sense warned him and he purposely spilled it, prompting May to pretend to be shocked as fumes rose out of the spilled drink. "That milk must have been going bad" she explained. Seeing Spider-Man to the door, she reminded him of his promise to visit again. Turning in for the night, May was secretly watched by the Chameleon as the fumes from the amulet, coupled with a holographic Ben, convinced her to try again in her efforts.

The next day, as Peter went off in a taxi, May went into his room and took a vial of acid from the science lab he had set up. Pouring some of it over a model dinosaur to test it, she smiled wickedly as the model turned into mush. When Spider-Man came back, she had him lift the furniture so she could vacuum. As he set the couch down, May insisted that he call her Aunt May instead of Mrs. Parker and when he was sufficiently distracted, May climbed a ladder and aimed a potted plant at the hero's head. He easily caught the plant, causing May to apparently faint. When Spider-Man suggested she get some air, May agreed and then told him the perfect place for fresh air would be the top of the Statue of Liberty. Walking around on the Statue's torch, Spider-Man admired the view as May prepared to push him over the side. At the last minute, May stopped and said she couldn't do it but proved so distracted that she stumbled over the railing. Caught by Spider-Man at the last minute, she passed off her fall as a result of slippery shoes. That night, May was again visited by Ben's supposed ghost and she was told that Spider-Man had to be at her house before noon the next day. When Spider-Man burst in (having seen the "ghost" too), May declared him rude and when Spider-Man promised to visit the next day before noon, May quietly said good.

The following day, May was watching Spider-Man be rewarded by the police department when the doorbell rang. Opening the door, she found a package addressed to Spider-Man and, declaring it must have been from Ben, she swore Spider-Man would get it before noon for sure. When Spider-Man visited, she opened the package and found a cake inside. Thanks to his Spider-Sense, Spider-Man declared the cake perfect for throwing and tossed it into the street seconds before it exploded. May swore revenge as more fumes poured out of the amulet. Going to see Mentarr again, May was about to enter the shop when she noticed Colleen and "Spider-Man" (actually a disguised Chameleon) leaving the back of shop and getting into a van. She snuck into the back of the van as they drove off. Once inside, she started to mess with the control panels around her, inadvertently turning on the Ben hologram. Hearing the hologram say Spider-Man was the reason he couldn't rest, she pulled back the curtain and launched herself at the phony Spider-Man. When the Chameleon tried to explain he wasn't the real hero, she mistook the crook's white mask for his actual face and splashed the acid on the steering wheel, causing the van to lose control. May and the two crooks were saved by Spider-Man, although the gas from the amulet made the past few days a blur for May. Unaware to recall much of her manipulation by the Chameleon, May was sure Spider-Man was behind it, whatever it was.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Return of the Kingpin") - May was sitting at home celebrating her birthday by watching television. Peter walked in just as the TV aired an ad for a Hawaii vacation. May mentioned she'd love to go if only it didn't cost so much. Peter surprised her with a gift: talcum powder. When the news mentioned Spider-Man and all the foes he defeated, May groused that Spider-Man was clearly a phony who was motivated by profit. Later, after Spider-Man's capture of the Kingpin allowed Peter to pay for an Hawaiian trip for May, May relaxed on the Hawaiian beach and thanked both her nephew and "Mr. Kingpin" for the trip, whoever "Mr. Kingpin" was.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Under the Wizard's Spell) - May served dinner to Peter, who had been moping at the table. She commented on his attitude, saying if she didn't know better, Peter might have been in love. She walked away before Peter brought his hand and a lock of Medusa's hair wrapped around his thumb up.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Along Came Spidey") - May, along with Peter, Angelica and Bobby, was on an outing in the city. When Peter mentioned going to see spiders in a pet shop, May reacted with disgust. When Angelica mentioned a fire sale, May grew confused about that type of sale for spiders. May continued to sit on the bench with Ms. Lion when the Shocker subsequently attacked an armored truck parked nearby. When Spider-Man was thrown towards her, May sought shelter in a nearby store. Unknown to May, the Shocker climbed to the roof of the same building in an attempt to flee. During the fight with Spider-Man, the Shocker destroyed the roof and May was struck by debris and rushed to the hospital. The doctors described her situation as not serious but she did spend the night. When May regained consciousness, she insisted that she was alright. May later admitted, after seeing that Spider-Man had caught the Shocker and even helped clean up the area, that maybe Spider-Man wasn't all bad after all. When Peter kissed her on the cheek, she wondered what prompted it.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Spider-Man Unmasked!" - BTS) - May stayed at home while Peter and his friends went on vacation. She talked to Peter over the phone (see comments).

Comments: Created by Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott and Marvel Productions, Ltd. (see Appearances list for list of artists involved).

Morgan Lofting was the credited actor in the '81 Spider-Man series and June Foray in Amazing Friends. Stats are approximated from her 616 counterpart.

She does refer to a Mrs. Watson from next door. Presumably she had a niece? Bea and Michael both have Texas drawls so maybe Bea was just vacationing in Florida?
Given that Bea is mentioned twice as being in Florida, my guess would be that Bea & Michael were from Texas but perhaps moved to Florida when Bea retired or something, as many elderly people do. --Proto-Man

"Origin of the Spider-Friends," according to Stan Lee himself in the episode's narration, takes place "a few years before" the present day.

Also, May's hair was red when Peter was a child yet by the time he graduates high school, her hair has gone totally white.

In "Spider-Man Unmasked!," May isn't seen but Peter does talk to her over the phone so I included that in her appearances.

Profile by David Lawrence.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Earth-8107's May Parker has no known connections to:


Ben Parker

May's husband and Peter's uncle, Ben was a kind man who instilled in Peter that "with great power comes great responsibility" before he was killed by the Burglar.




--Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Arsenic & Aunt May" (fb) ("Arsenic & Aunt May" (fb), Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Along Came Spidey" (fb),


Cousin Bea

May's cousin in Florida, Cousin Bea welcomed May into her home to recover from her cold. She later watched a rocket takeoff with May, Peter and her own nephew Michael.




--Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom" ("Cannon of Doom," "Countdown to Doom," Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Prison Plot,"

Michael

Bea's nephew, Michael had a job working for the space agency, which thankfully allowed him to invite Bea, May and Peter Parker to watch Doctor Doom's space rocket being launched. Michael watched with horror as a liquid nitrogen hose broke and the rocket crew became trapped in the elevator. He promptly called the emergency rescue crew and was so focused on the space platform not being in their control that he ignored May's concerns about Dr. Zoltan. When it began snowing in Florida, Michael read the outside temperature to concerned scientists.

--Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Countdown to Doom"

Mrs. Newton

Mrs. Newton was a friend of May's who owned many cats.

--Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "7 Little Superheroes" - BTS

Mrs. Watson

The next door neighbor to May Parker, Mrs. Watson shared a similar taste in soap operas.

--Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Video-Man - BTS

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Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Bubble, Bubble, Oil & Trouble" (May Parker, main & headshot)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Along Came Spidey" (younger, redheaded May & Ben Parker)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Arsenic & Aunt May" (May with head turning, terrified headshot, with acid, rescued by Spider-Man)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Return of the Kingpin" (May in beach attire)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Countdown to Doom" (Cousin Bea & Michael)


Appearances:
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Bubble, Bubble, Oil & Trouble" (September 12, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Triumph of the Green Goblin" (September 12, 1981) - Dennis Marks (writer),
Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" (September 19, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Crime of All Centuries" (September 19, 1981) - Donald F. Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!" (September 26, 1981) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Sunfire" (October 3, 1981) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Sandman is Coming" (October 10, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Swarm" (October 10, 1981) - Dennis Marks (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "When Magneto Speaks...People Listen" (October 17, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "7 Little Superheroes" (October 17, 1981) - Doug Booth (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Pied Piper of New York Town" (October 24, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Video-Man" (October 24, 1981) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Doctor Prescribes Doom" (October 31, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Prison Plot" (October 31, 1981) - Francis Feighan, Jack Hanrahan (writers), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Carnival of Crime" (November 7, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Spidey Goes Hollywood" (November 7, 1981) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Revenge of the Green Goblin" (November 14, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Triangle of Evil" (November 21, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Knights & Demons" (November 21, 1981) - Donald F. Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Pawns of the Kingpin" (November 24, 1981) - Donald F. Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Cannon of Doom" (January 2, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Doom Report" (January 16, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Countdown to Doom" (January 30, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Arsenic & Aunt May" (February 6, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Return of the Kingpin" (February 27, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Under the Wizard's Spell" (March 6, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Along Came Spidey" (October 2, 1982) - Donald F. Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Spider-Man Unmasked!" (September 17, 1983) - Michael Reaves (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Spider-Friends" (October 15, 1983) - Donald Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)


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