The meteor is revealed to be a spaceship in disguise. But when the green-skinned snowmen are first seen preparing to push it into the volcano, it's first seen as the ship (not a huge meteor rock) with Osa Olsen tied up on top of it. However, she was never captured by the primitives and arrives after Spider-Man to help him stop them from pushing what's now the meteor rock into the volcano.
In one scene, the Radiation Specialist has the red crest and green skin of Dr. Atlantian from "Up From The Depths".
The close up of Captain Stacy shows him with black hair
when they show him from the side he has white hair.
Plants lack circulatory systems. Accordingly, no plant will do well in cold. While some do better than others, it's highly unlikely that deep cold of the sort presented here would drive off one species and yet allow another to thrive.
The Master Vine comments that the vine creatures murdered the visiting scientist whose refrigeration technology made their empire possible. So, who's the scientist standing with the humanoid plant creatures when Spider-Man says goodbye?
Spider-Man attacks a vine creature, but the footage actually used is of him attacking a Mole Man from "Menace From The Bottom Of The World"
This probably isn't the villainous Black Knight (Nathan Garrett) who first appeared in Tales to Astonish (1964), or his heroic nephew Dane Whitman, who came along three years later in the Avengers series (first as ally, then full member).
While it's true that a little bit of radioactive material can go a long way, destructively, no one has yet developed an atomic bomb that can fit in the palm of the hand -- because the amount of material necessary for the chain reaction that results in the explosion is larger than this! Not to mention the equipment that initiates the explosion. To achieve this effect, Pretorius would have to have developed a means of altering one or more of the fundamental forces of the universe (electromagnetic, gravitic, strong, weak). Quite a feat!
In "Trouble with Snow", after Peter finishes his analysis of the snow at the lab, his face is a tint of green.
When Spider-Man arrives at the Conners' home, Mrs. Conner hands Spider-Man a note that Dr. Conner had written her. She then proceeds to recite it--verbatim. It's obvious that the woman is pretty distraught at not knowing the fate or whereabouts of her husband, so how would she have had the presence of mind to memorize a note?
In the first season, Spider-Man made two trips to the Everglades to see/rescue Dr. Conner ("Where Crawls the Lizard" and "Fountain of Terror"). Why, then, doesn't Spider-Man know where the lab or the Conners' house is, and why wouldn't Spider-Man have remembered the Conners' son?
This is a rare episode where the original villains, the bank robbers, got away.
Spider-Man's spider sense is not this easy to fool; he routinely dodges objects that approach much faster than this "vibrator" device. Also, he rarely falls; even if his web line is cut, he can normally spin another before he hits pavement. Krantz writers, apparently unable to devise better ways to defeat the web-spinner, routinely cut his web line and write him as unable to recover from this calamity before meeting the cold, cold ground.
Spider-Man's mask mouth moves noticeably while the ice man delivers one of his lines, making it seem as if the webhead is speaking to himself in two voices.
In the shot of the chanting crowd, one of the hippies' mustache is colored the same fleshtone as his skin, giving him an odd harelipped look.
It's extremely doubtful Spider-Man would have survived being locked in at absolute zero for a mere 2 minutes let alone 24 hours. He would have been brittle and likely would have been completely shattered to pieces when the ice man came to break him free of his icy prison.
Dr. Cool plans to smuggle the diamonds out of the country in shipments of real ice. Except -- ice isn't that hard to make! No one imports or exports it!
When Dr. Zap shows the elder Caldwell a newpaper article about Skyboy over a video monitor Zap's hands and the newspaper appear to be coming out of the monitor!
In the first scene, Jan Caldwell could be seen with red hair instead of his usual brown.
Irving Caldwell's hair changes from dark gray to light gray at various times during this episode.
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