The adventures of freelance photographer Peter Parker, who, after being bitten by a radioactive spider, discovered he had gained superpowers, such as super-strength and agility and the ability to climb sheer walls and ceilings. After inventing a super-sticky web serum, he donned a red-and-black costume, and began fighting crime as the superhero Spider-Man. During the day, Parker worked for the Daily Bugle and skinflint editor J. Jonah Jameson.
Marty McKee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For the first time on the screen... the world's favourite adventure super-hero comes _alive_
Did You Know?
Unlike wall-climbing scenes on Batman
(1966)(the only previous show to use this) many shots of Spider-Man climbing buildings were done live in downtown New York, with invisible wires. See more
When Peter is climbing around his Aunt May's house, it's obvious he's climbing on a giant picture of the house, because in scenes where he climbs down poles, his hands don't grip them. See more
Oh, uh, what do you want me to do about this Spider-Man?
Oh, I'm getting reinforcements for him. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. If we're lucky, maybe Rumpelstiltskin will lend us a hand. What am I gonna do about Spider-Man? How do I know? I'm a cop, not an exterminator!
Edited into Spider-Man Strikes Back