In 1978, Marvel Comics and Toei Inc. made a short-term licensing deal resulting in one season of a weird Japanese Spider-Man TV show you might have heard of. What you may not have heard is how that series inadvertently shaped a television legacy in two countries that’s lasted for 30 years and counting.

This is The Big Picture with Bob Chipman, talking about the Japanese Spider-Man TV show and its legacy.

Bob Chipman
Bob Chipman is a critic and author.

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