|Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends|
|Title:||Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends|
|Running time:||30 min.|
|Production company:||Marvel Productions|
|Executive producers:||David H. DePatie; Lee Gunther|
|Principal cast:||Dan Gilvezan; Kathy Garver; Frank Welker|
|First aired:||September 12th, 1981|
|Last aired:||November 5th, 1983|
|1x1||The Triumph of the Green Goblin||September 12th, 1981|
|1x2||The Crime of All Centuries||September 19th, 1981|
|1x3||The Fantastic Mr. Frump||September 26th, 1981|
|1x4||Sunfire||October 3rd, 1981|
|1x5||Swarm||October 10th, 1981|
|1x6||7 Little Superheroes||October 17th, 1981|
|1x7||Videoman||October 24th, 1981|
|1x8||The Prison Plot||October 31st, 1981|
|1x9||Spidey Goes Hollywood||November 7th, 1981|
|1x10||The Vengeance||November 14th, 1981|
|1x11||Knights & Demons||November 21st, 1981|
|1x12||Pawns of the Kingpin||November 28th, 1981|
|1x13||The Quest of the Red Skull||December 5th, 1981|
|2x1||The Origin of Iceman||September 18th, 1982|
|2x2||Along Came Spidey||September 25th, 1982|
|2x3||A Firestar Is Born||October 2nd, 1982|
|3x1||Spider-Man: Unmasked!||September 17th, 1983|
|3x2||The Transylvania Connection||September 24th, 1983|
|3x3||The Education of a Superhero||October 1st, 1983|
|3x4||Attack of the Arachnoid||October 8th, 1983|
|3x5||Origin of the Spider-Friends,||October 15th, 1983|
|3x6||Spidey Meets the Girl from Tomorrow,||October 22nd, 1983|
|3x7||The X-Men Adventure||October 29th, 1983|
|3x8||Mission: Save the Guardstar||November 5th, 1983|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- "SMAHAF" serves as a shortcut to this page in case you don't feel like typing out this extremely long title.
- All twenty-four episodes of the series are included on the Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends: The Complete Animated Series DVD collection, which was released by Clear Vision, Ltd. in Region 2 format on February 11th, 2013.
- Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends took place in the same shared continuity of the 1981 Spider-Man animated series.
- Each episode was narrated by Spider-Man creator Stan Lee. The opening voiceover was provided by Lost in Space actor Dick Tufeld.
- Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends is notable for introducing the character of Firestar. Originally unique to the cartoon, she was eventually made into a regular canonical Marvel Universe character who was introduced in Uncanny X-Men #193 and even had her own four-issue limited series before going off to join the New Warriors.
- Marvel Comics published a one-shot special of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends in 1981 entitled "The Triumph of the Green Goblin". It was an adaptation of the series' pilot episode, also titled "The Triumph of the Green Goblin".
- In 1983, Marvel Comics published a one-shot special called Spider-Man, Firestar and Iceman, who were the three primary protagonists from Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.