The Grooviest Spider-Man Memes (Inspired By The 1960s Cartoon)

By Rebeka Knott
The Amazing Spiderman In 'The Deadly Dust' American actor Nicholas Hammond (left), as the costumed superhero Spider-man, wrangles a villain in an episode of the CBS television series 'The Amazing Spider-Man' April 1978. (Getty Images)
Spiderman, Spiderman,
Does whatever a spider can,
Spins a web, any size,
Catches thieves, just like flies,
Look out, here comes the Spiderman!

If you grew up in the '60s then you remember that awesome song and the ORIGINAL and amazing Spiderman!

Spiderman has undergone quite an evolution over the years, which began with an epic comic book series created by writer, Stan Lee. The series revolved around the fictional character, Peter Parker, a humble high school student. As the story goes, Parker was, unfortunately, bitten by a radioactive spider. Although it was seemingly unfortunate, he then developed an extraordinary strength and super, spider-like qualities. Peter Parker had developed super hero powers!

The comic book series was followed by an animated, children’s series (also enjoyed by adults) and then a television series which portrayed real people in typically animated roles. Initially, the story revolved around Peter Parker’s position at the Daily Bugle but soon took on a life of its own.

Fast forward to the present… Enter the meme!

A “MEME,” according to the dictionary definition, is:

mēm/

noun

1. an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.

2. a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.