Rittenhouse brings original Spider-Man television series to cards



The 1967 Spider-Man series brought the superhero to television for the first time.

Children and comic books fans saw Spider-Man swinging between buildings and taking down the bad guys in motion.

Rittenhouse Archives is bringing the original series to cards in January. It will offer a nine-card series of lenticular/motion cards based on the animated cartoon.

With each nine-card set, collectors will receive one of two bonus Paul Soles autograph cards. Soles was the voice behind Spider-Man and Peter Parker on the animated show.

For every two sets ordered, collectors are guaranteed both autographs – one shows Peter Parker and the other Spider-Man.

Just 500 sets will be available with 250 cards made of each autograph.

The 1967 Spider-Man: The Original Animated Series – Lenticular set will cost $99.99 from Rittenhouse direct.


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  1. Kevin 17 October, 2012 at 15:32

    I hope there is a card about the theme song. One of the best ever.

    “Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever a spider can, spins a web any size…”

  2. deeez 17 October, 2012 at 15:41

    spider senses tingling
    this prooduct will fail

    a 60’s batman series would do good
    but not this

  3. Peter Vincent 18 March, 2013 at 23:49

    A must have for True Believers and fan’s of the original 70’s series’…where can I get a piece of Spidey history!” ^__^

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