Spider-Man: The Insidious Six/Battle of the Insidious Six
Director: Bob Richardson
Writer(s): David Lee Miller
John Semper
Release Date: September 9, 1995
Running Time: 40 mins
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Spider-Man: The Insidious Six/Battle of the Insidious Six is a two part episode TV Movie from the second series of the 1990's animated series Spider-Man.


In order to finally kill Spider-Man for his enemy, Silvermane, the Kingpin hires six of Spider-Man's most heinous villains to take down Spider-Man. These villains are: the Rhino, the Chameleon, Dr. Octopus, the Scorpion, the Shocker and Mysterio. But an even worse threat is born and that threat is Dr. Farley Stillwell's invention of Neogenics which is taking away Spider-Man's strength and Spider-Man's powers have been on the blink due to the changes in his blood chemistry. In order to lure Spider-Man in one of the Kingpin's traps, Ock kidnapped Peter Parker's Aunt May by pretending he was a medical doctor and says that Peter had collapsed on the street near his clinic. Spider-Man goes to save Aunt May, but the Insidious Six beats Spider-Man because he had lost his powers.

The six supervillains cannot believe their eyes when Spider-Man walks into their trap at the warehouse. Spider-Man attempts to battle the six, but is captured, tied to a chair, and unmasked by the Insidious Six, but he manages to convince them that he is a fraud. Peter tells them he will lead them to Spider-Man if they release Aunt May. Meanwhile, Silvermane and the Crime Lords grow more disenchanted with The Kingpin and want to put him out of business, so Kingpin kidnaps Silvermane and wages war with the Crime lords by using the Insidious Six to help. Later Peter escapes and becomes Spider-Man and defeats the Insidious Six and saves Silvermane, who pretended he was an innocent wealthy man.