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Spider-Man Unlimited is a short-lived animated series featuring the Marvel comic book superhero Spider-Man. The series was released in 1999, and although it had fair ratings it was overshadowed by the main ratings grabber at the time, Pokémon, and was canceled after only a few episodes were aired. Fox later resumed airing the show, airing 13 episodes, the last ending on a cliffhanger. Several scripts written for Season 2, including the conclusion of the cliffhanger, were never produced.
Starting on October 10, 2009, Jetix began showing all 13 episodes of Spider-Man Unlimited.
While covering the launch of John Jameson's one man mission to Counter-Earth (another Earth on the opposite side of the sun), Spider-Man attempts to stop his two symbiote adversaries Venom and Carnage from boarding the shuttlecraft. Blamed for Jameson losing contact with our Earth, Spider-Man becomes a target of persecution by the media and the public. Believed to be dead after saving a person's life in a fire, Peter Parker uses the ruse to embark on a mission to retrieve John Jameson on Counter-Earth, designing a new suit using nanotechnology. Making his way to the planet, Spider-Man learns that Jameson has fallen in with a band of freedom fighters opposed to the High Evolutionary whose Beastials, hybrids of animal and humanoid attributes, are the dominant species whilst humans are the second-class minority.
With Jameson reluctant to return until all of the Beastials are defeated, Spider-Man elects to remain on Counter-Earth, blending in as best as he can as Peter Parker, and fighting the High Evolutionary and his Knights of Wundagore alongside the rebels as Spider-Man. It soon becomes clear that Venom and Carnage are on Counter-Earth too. This series also shows the animated version of John Jameson's Man-Wolf form, as well as superhero versions of mainstream villains the Green Goblin and the Vulture.
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