The visual source in question is none other than “Spider-Man: The Animated Series. “This beloved animated aired affair was co-produced by 20th Century Studios (formerly 20th Century Fox) and Marvel, airing 65 episodes on Fox’s Television Network between 1994 and 1998. To many superhero fans,” Spider-Man: The Animated Series “remains a touchstone of their comic book education, essentially serving as an introduction to Spidey-lore for a whole generation of viewers, as it predated 2002’s Tobey Maguire with” Spider-Man “up close. of a decade.
And yes, the ’90s kids who grew up in the animated adventures of Spidey remain both fiercely loyal and intensely obsessed with each episode. There is no doubt that the brains behind 100Bombs Studios are one of those obsessives, and have probably reviewed hours of footage from “Spider-Man: The Animated Series” to concoct their “Now Way Home” mash-up.
What they did with this mash-up is truly remarkable, matching audio clips from the new trailer with clips from the classic cartoon (including appearances from Doctor Strange and Doc Ock) in such a way. transparent that one would think the team that worked on the trailer for “No Way Home” had them in mind when assembling their images. The result is a 2:48 clip that is both unabashedly nostalgic for the “Spider-Man” tales of yesteryear and something uniquely in tune with the character’s current iteration. If anything, this absurdly clever mix of trailers made us even more excited to see “Spider-Man: No Way Home” when it finally hits theaters on December 17th.