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Bitten on the hand by a radioactive spider during a field trip to Empire State University, Peter donned a spider costume and sought to fight crime after allowing a burglar to escape, only to have that same criminal who was thought to have killed his Uncle Ben.
He learned that "with great power there must also come great responsibility", a phrase that now drives him to act as a super hero. The series focuses on the character's struggles while leading a double life as Parker in Midtown High, maintaining a job at the Daily Bugle, and as the superhero Spider-Man, with his friendships often being damaged by his need to head off to deal with the next super-villain incident.
He gets a job as a photographer at the Daily Bugle so he can support his Aunt May with financial troubles. Despite their financial troubles, the year-old and his Aunt May have a great relationship. Peter is an extremely bright and became an honors student at Midtown High School. Although, Peter's shyness and scholastic interest, especially in science, often made him a social outcast and he is often bullied and being referred to as "Puny Parker" by his shallow popular peers, and although his powers have given him confidence, he often has to take the taunts to stop anyone suspecting his secret.
I felt that I always identified with him. I definitely was a huge Spider-Man fan growing up and still am.
Gwen is the daughter of police captain George Stacy, and is one of Peter Parker's best friends and intellectual equal; they are both recommended by their teacher to work in the lab of Doctor Connors.
Although initially strong willed, kind, harboring deep feelings for her best friend Peter and unconcerned with her appearance, she gradually evolves into a more confident and attractive character more closely resembling and truly faithful to her comic book counterpart.
She is always supportive of Peter, and also shows well-meaning concern for Harry Osborn. Although she is Peter's best friend, her weakness is that she has a colossal crush on Peter.
While being true to his comic counterpart, He constantly lives in his father's shadow and considers Peter a good friend, though at times also resents him for earning Norman's approval, which Harry has never been able to do. Being ignored and neglected by his father and overprotective of his mother and just like Peter, he is an unpopular kid at school.
With his lack of approval, he is prone to do anything to get it. Jonah Jameson[ edit ] Main article: Jonah Jameson voiced by Daran Norris is portrayed as a loudmouth, irascible, egotistical, and gruff publisher of the Daily BugleOne of New York's leading newspapers.
Showing excessive pride in his son John Jamesonhe is obsessed with exposing fraudulent claims to heroism, and is therefore always demanding pictures of Spider-Man so that he can continue his smear campaign against the vigilante that has, at least temporarily, turned much of the gullible city against the hero.
Even though he loves to sell newspapers of Spider-Man and takes delight in anything that might discredit or defame him, he feels that the real heroes are ones that have nothing to hide such as his son and will do anything to get him on the spotlight instead of Spider-Man.
Aside from that, he retains his dislike for Spider-Man from the comics, and takes delight in anything that might discredit or defame him and considers Spider-Man a menace if at least a photo-worthy one and a vigilante.
He also retains much of his cynical, avuncular attitude and brusque manner with his staff and he shares a resemblance to his mainstream comics counterpart from the s comics.
Mary Jane Watson[ edit ] Main article: She attends the Fall Formal as Peter Parker's date before ultimately switching schools to be at Midtown.
Mary Jane befriends Peter and Gwen Stacy, and is initially determined to stay single, desiring to be a "free agent". Vanessa Marshall states "I always make sure my choices for Mary Jane are that of an independent thinker, that she's not concerned with what the people around her think, which is an uncommon trait in teenage girls, there's a distinct confidence about her that I try to emulate".
Even though our characters are still only in high school during this cartoon, and you're not going to get a lot of that character development at this point of the series, I know it's going to be there in the future and so that has an effect on how I play her now". Flash Thompson Flash Thompson voiced by Joshua LeBar  is a high school student, star football player at Midtown High, and a prominent school bully.The Paris Review is a literary magazine featuring original writing, art, and in-depth interviews with famous writers.
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