This was at the Toon Zone forums. Here is the link: http://forums.toonzone.net/showthrea...threadid=18396 The good news is that Spiderman animated episodes are coming out on dvd. The bad news is that it is 4 or 5 different episodes (some from different seasons) put together to make a movie. With some scenes cut out. Although, a poster from the forum contacted Disney and got the following response: well guys, I have some good/bad news. I sent Disney a pretty, how to say, unfriendly letter, informing them of the number of fans who were disgusted by this decision and that their animation properties were not being treated in the most profitable fashon, (specifically mentioning spiderman several times) and that they would make much more profit by following WB's example and releasing their animation shows in chronological volumes and/or boxsets as fans HATE best of sets and theme sets and any other thing they pull out of their ass that isn't in order. Now I have sent letters to Disney DVD before and usually do not get responses back in less than 24 hours if I do at all, but this one was not an automatic pretyped message response like always but I got it fast. I got a personal repsonse, stating that Disney has begun checking fan reaction of the announcment at many sites (I recommened they check this thread for reaction) and that my recomendations were going to be fowarded to their marketing team as I had made several noteworthy points on the oppurtunities being missed ...they said for "future" marketing decsions though.... which is the bad news, I would guess that means this travesty of a DVD is still being released, but afterwords they may do a double take and release the whole show...or others like Dukctales or Darkwing Duck. They may have written me this letter just so I would hear what I wanted to, but it might possibly be true, can Dinsey really be changed? hmm...and I hate to tell you but I accidnetly deleted the letter while clearing out the gobs of junk mail, but I am not BSing anyone, I really received a letter stating this and I think it may be a good sign. I hope Disney sees the popularity of season box sets and stops this best of nonsense.