Below is a listing of the
writers for Spiderman and His Amazing Friends. Over its seasons, the show was
penned be several different writers. Originally aired in the 80s, the show has
gone on to become an all time classic. The 80s style clothes, cars and music
of the show give it a great nostalgic feel today, but the writing of the show
makes the themes and storylines timeless. We can sit back, relax, watch the
show and not have to worry about classic car insurance to enjoy this piece of
nostalgia. Thanks to Spiderman and His Amazing Friends.
Marks was the producer of the show, story editor,
writer and the voice of the Green Goblin.
Also creative director of Marvel Productions at the
time the show was being produced, Dennis has
written and produced hundreds of television and
theatrical animation features for numerous
companies including De-Patie-Freleng Enterprises,
Filmation Studios, and Hanna Barbera.
with Dennis Marks
of the Green Goblin, Swarm, Quest
of the Red Skull, MISSION:
Save the Guardstar, Spidey
meets the Girl from Tomorrow, and Education
of a Superhero.
F. Glut's professional life has been as a freelance
writer. He has authored numerous motion
picture and television scripts, comic books, more
than 35 novels and nonfiction books, also numerous
short stories & articles. Don is probably
best known for his novelization of the movie The
Empire Strikes Back and is internationally
known for his work with dinosaurs. Mr. Glut
was the writer of many of the most memorable
moments of Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends,
including my favorite aspect of the show: The
Marvel Superhero guest stars!
the episodes: Pawns of the Kingpin, Vengeance
of Loki, Crime
of all Centuries, Origin
of Iceman, Along
came Spidey, Knights
& Demons, & Origin
of the Spider-Friends.
Christy Marx has worked in live-action and
animation, TV and film as well as comic books and
many years in interactive game design. Some
of Christy's pasts animation credits include Teenage
Mutant Ninja Turtles, Conan the Adventurer, Bucky
O'Hare, Jem, G.I.Joe, Dino-Riders, and the solo
Spider-man series (syndicated,
1981). She has also written an episode for X-Men:
Evolution. Christy's own web site is located at:
the episodes: The Fantastic Mr. Frump, Sunfire, Spidey
goes Hollywood, Videoman, and A
Firestar is born.
Michael Reaves is an Emmy award winning television
writer, screenwriter and novelist. Mr. Reaves
has worked on the animated shows Batman:The
animated series, Gargoyles, Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles, Dungeons & Dragons, The Mighty Orbots
(An EXTREMELY under-rated cartoon), and The
Incredible Hulk(1982). He was also the
story editor for the Spider-Man Unlimited series
that aired on Fox in the fall of '99. His
work is quite extensive beyond the Animation field.
Be sure to check out his web site to see what a
prolific writer he is.
the episodes: Spider-man: Unmasked!, Attack
of the Arachnoid, and The
the episode: Seven Little Superheroes
& Jack wrote
the episode: The Prison Plot
the episode: The Transylvania Connection (aka The Bride of