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This weekend, while you’re watching the back to back episodes of The Spectacular Spider-Man on the Kids’ WB!, pay close attention to the voice of the Vulture and you might find it hard to sleep at night.

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In the premiere episode, “Survival of the Fittest,” summer is over for Peter Parker and school’s ready to start — both literally (it’s his junior year of high school), and in the real world of crime-fighting — as Spider-Man faces his first real challenge (The Enforcers) and his first real super-villain (Vulture). Victor Cook directed the script, which was written by Greg Weisman. Based on Marvel Entertainment’s popular super hero, “The Spectacular Spider-Man” is produced by Culver Entertainment, a Sony Pictures Television Company.

I’m actually looking forward to this incarnation of Spider-Man, as the last two outings of the animated wall crawler have left me feeling rather flat. Voice acting by some rather good talent doesn’t hurt the show either. Case in point – Robert Englund doing the voice of The Vulture.

“They gave us test drawings when we first came to record, and I used that for my inspiration, my basis for the choice of Vulture’s voice,” Englund said. “I sort of screech – he is a large bird, after all. Mostly I’ve been doing a lot of screaming as Vulture because, as fans know, he flies – and most of the time I’m chasing Spider-Man across the sky.”

The Spectacular Spider-Man debuts Saturday, March 8, at 10:00 AM EST.

via CW

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2 Comments

  1. Mogarth
    March 6, 2008 at 11:40 pm — Reply

    they kinda look the same

  2. Charro Ninja
    March 7, 2008 at 12:53 pm — Reply

    Yean, the changee of look is better than I think, probably ‘coz everry bad guy in Marvel is green or orange and yeelow or purple.

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