152 episodes

Walloping Websnappers! is a bi-weekly podcast in which Spidey-Fans Doug and Derek dive into every Spider-Man cartoon ever made! From the swingin’ 60s through the rockin’ 90s to Spectacular, Ultimate, and beyond, we’ll explore everything weird and wonderful about our favorite Webhead, alongside occasional detours into the games, movies, and (of course) comics that shape our favorite webslinger’s multimedia landscape. Is your spider-sense tingling?





Find us on the OTHER kind of web: @WallopingWebPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or email us at wallopingwebsnapperspodcast@gmail.com.





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    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 16 Ratings

Walloping Websnappers! is a bi-weekly podcast in which Spidey-Fans Doug and Derek dive into every Spider-Man cartoon ever made! From the swingin’ 60s through the rockin’ 90s to Spectacular, Ultimate, and beyond, we’ll explore everything weird and wonderful about our favorite Webhead, alongside occasional detours into the games, movies, and (of course) comics that shape our favorite webslinger’s multimedia landscape. Is your spider-sense tingling?





Find us on the OTHER kind of web: @WallopingWebPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or email us at wallopingwebsnapperspodcast@gmail.com.





Consider supporting us on Patreon for some amazing perks: patreon.com/wallopingwebsnappers

    Walloping Websnappers #143: “Mind Games, Part 1”

    Walloping Websnappers #143: “Mind Games, Part 1”

    The two-part finale of MTV’s Spider-Man begins with a mind-bendy fantasy featuring two villains named Sergei (one played by Spike and the other played by Worf), another villain played by Kathy Griffin (!!!), and quite possibly the creepiest Stan Lee cameo. 

    Walloping Websnappers #142: “When Sparks Fly”

    Walloping Websnappers #142: “When Sparks Fly”

    Electro’s back, and in a clever bit of continuity, he’s after Sally – the previously unnamed girl that smiled at him literally one time. And despite some of this show’s usual writing weaknesses and odd choices, there’s plenty to keep us pretty electrified.

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Walloping Websnappers #141: “Spider-Man Dis-Sabled”

    Walloping Websnappers #141: “Spider-Man Dis-Sabled”

    Peter and his friends get entangled in Silver Sable’s assassination plot, which sticks Spidey into a political spy thriller and proves to be more complicated than anyone thought. Despite the clunky not-quite-a-pun title, this one’s pretty good! 

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Walloping Websnappers #140: “Flash Memory”

    Walloping Websnappers #140: “Flash Memory”

    Flash Thompson gets a brain upgrade from the Re-Animator in a cartoonishly fun episode that feels pulled out of 80s Saturday morning cartoon fare! We discuss this show’s weird identity, Devon Sawa's teen heartthrob origins, why Peter and Indy make such a good pairing, and more.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Walloping Websnappers #139: “The Party”

    Walloping Websnappers #139: “The Party”

    We’ve finally made it to the original pilot (and, coincidentally, the first aired episode) of MTV’s Spider-Man, which reinvents Electro as a victim of hazing – kind of, considering this episode doesn’t seem to know how college Greek life works! 

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Walloping Websnappers #138: “Head Over Heels”

    Walloping Websnappers #138: “Head Over Heels”

    Spider-Man has a stalker in an episode that, unfortunately, does not age well in its mishandling of mental health. But it’s a surprisingly fun and well-written episode (from an interesting Buffy writer, no less), including a Harley Quinn-esque performance from Tara Strong as essentially this show’s version of Tinkerer!

    • 1 hr 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Cnomonous ,

Freakin’ Awesome Spidey Podcast

If you have any interest in a Spider-Man Podcast, then this is definitely for you. Doug and Derek are so fun to listen to as they review literally every animated episode of Spider-Man.

What really sets them apart is how they can critically review episodes and unbiasedly and even make critiques positive and fun and not super negative. Essentially they’ll tell ya what’s good and bad without sh*tting over your childhood hero or favorite version of the show.

Check this podcast out, you’ll laugh and be entertained and definitely won’t be disappointed!

MyLittiehorse ,

Spidey fan

love you episodes.favorite cartoon is marvel Spider-Man 2017.

Blind Canary ,

Amazing, Spectacular, Ultimate....

I’m a huge fan of this podcast, and for good reason! Derek and Doug are the only people I know of (other than myself) who can talk enthusiastically about Spider-Man for over 2 hours. I love that this podcast feels like you’re just listening to a fascinating conversation instead of an extended synopsis or essay reading. That’s such a difficult thing to achieve, especially when you’re discussing a specific episode of a show beat by beat. Bravo, gents, bravo!

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