I'm a fan of the 90's cartoon and while some storylines didn't work (should've kept GG dead and not have him go through some wormhole or endless limbo) others were perfect (I could name a list of them.) This new show however looks once again aimed at the little tots. By season 3, "The Batman" actually started getting good but it's still far from what "BTAS" was---adult-oriented and probably the best adaptation of Batman since "BB." I hate the look of the characters. They seem Playskoolish as if they hired a 10 year-old to come in and draw Spider-Man characters all day. I thought this show was going to be based off of the Ultimate Spider-Man comics. When did all of sudden they changed course and said, "Let's make a different Spider-Man show." The second thing I hate is they're actually calling it "The Spectacular Spider-Man" and they're giving him webbing underneath his arms. I ALWAYS hated the webbing because Spidey didn't need it if he could swing, glide, swoop, somersault, etc. in mid-air while shooting webs. The third and final thing is, it seems to be when Marvel ever attempts to bring back old cartoons it seems to fall flat. Don't get me wrong I liked "X-Men Evolution" but it wasn't the 90's show, "FF4" got a new anime-look but it still didn't do much, and now we're getting a new Spider-Man show which to me it seems Marvel is doing as a cop-out so kids, adults, and fans can hold on till the 4th movie EVER comes out. Least "Wolverine & the X-Men" looks like it'll be a prayer answered.