Mar 122009
 

You might have heard about it, or seen clips. Well it looks like Marvel has regained the rights to the Japanese interpretation of Spider-man, which they licensed out sometime in the late 70s.

It’s free to watch and subtitled over at Marvel’s site:

http://marvel.com/animation/Japanese_Spider-Man

It’s pretty bizarre stuff, Spidey is more like a Power Ranger or Ultraman and has his own giant robot.

While you’re there you can also watch full episodes of the Fantastic Four, Wolverine and the X-Men, X-Men Evolution and trailers for the upcoming Iron Man show among other things.

[tags]Movies and TV, Video,  Spider-man, Marvel[/tags]

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About Joe Smith

I’m patiently waiting for the future. I want to sail on the sea of stars, I want to get into a bar fight with a Cephelopod buddy fighting at my side. I want to believe in a good blaster by my side. I want to be just like Captain Harlock when I grow up. I might also be in the market for some rental time with Doc Brown’s DeLorean or any functional time machine, so if you can help me out, I’d appreciate it.

  One Response to “70s Live Action Spider-man from Japan Streaming for Free on Marvel.com”

  1. The link seems to be broke :(

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