The Spider Slayer
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the third from the animated series Spider-Man. Fox Kids broadcast the episodes in the United States on February 4 and February 11, 1995, respectively.[1] They introduce various characters including Norman Osborn, Alistair Smythe, and most notably the Kingpin and Mary Jane Watson, as well as somewhat developing the characters J. Jonah Jameson and Felicia Hardy.


The crime lord known as the Kingpin bribes Norman Osborn, head of Oscorp company, to destroy Spider-Man. Norman hires Spencer Smythe, a master of robotics, to create Spider-Slayer robots in order to confront the wall-crawler, in exchange for providing Spencer with funds to purchase his son Alistair with a hoverchair. Furthermore, Daily Bugle reporter Eddie Brock hopes to capture images of Spider-Man's capture in an attempt to impress his boss, J. Jonah Jameson. Spider-Man, however, is able to elude the Spider Tracer explosives which Smythe send to locat

e him. When Felicia Hardy hosts a party at the Daily Bugle, the Spider-Slayer named "The Black Widow" disrupts it when Flash Thompson impersonates Spider-Man, leading citizens to believe he is in fact the hero when he is unmasked. The real Spider-Man later battles the Spider-Slayer at Oscorp, causing an explosion, and Spencer Smythe's apparent death.

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