Ultimate Spider-Man

Season 1 Episode 13

Strange Days

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Aired Sunday 11:00 AM Jul 08, 2012 on Disney XD
6.9
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  • Stranger Danger

    6.5
    Spider-Man and Dr. Strange always seemed to a good pairing for a story and throwing in Iron Fist in the mix has a nice bonus.

    The finale few minutes actually were surprisingly affective with Uncle Ben returning in dream form as Nightmare tried to play off Spidey's greatest fears and failures and it helped establish this version a smidgen, because it was so cavalierly brushed over in the pilot.



    I'm glad they didn't use the extremely cliche "You have to believe in magic" ploy to wrap up the story and stop Nightmare, for once the show actually was ahead of me and made me care, even if it was minimal.moreless

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Spider-Man: Anything that looks like magic is just science that we can't explain yet.
      Iron Fist: Tell that to the Sorcerer Supreme.
      Spider-Man: I had a triple cheeseburger supreme once. Is he anything like that?

    • Peter Parker: You're going to say something all weird and foreboding right now, aren't you?
      Danny Rand: Dreams are the window to the soul, and someone has slammed them all shut.
      Peter Parker: I knew it. (shudders)

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Iron Fist: There are greater things in Heaven and Earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy.


      This is a paraphrase of a line from William Shakespeare's play Hamlet.

    • Iron Fist: Magic is woven through the fabric of the universe, Spider-Man. Chi, celestial energy, life itself.


      Spider-Man: It penetrates and binds us?


      This is a reference to the 1977 film Star Wars: A New Hope, where Obi-Wan Kenobi describes the Force in a similar way.

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