|Air date||September 29, 2013|
|Written by||Man of Action & Jacob Semahn|
|Directed by||Phil Pignotti|
The Parent Trap
Game Over is the 20th episode of Ultimate Spider-Man. It aired on September 29, 2013.
Within the confines of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Tri-Carrier, Spider-Man and his friends are training against Life Model Decoys, LMD's. Suddenly, the training turns deadly, as the LMD's unsheath their deadlest blades and blasters against Spidey and his comrades. It turns out, Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. have uncovered a plot by mutant techno-mage Arcade, to bomb the United States of America with 12 nuclear bombs. Then, Captain America enters the briefing room, and is suddenly assaulted by Director Fury. As it turns out, the Fury in the briefing room is an LMD. The real Nick Fury enters the room, and briefs Captain America of the situation.
On the deck of the Tri-Carrier, Captain America wraps up his conversation with Fury - as Spider-Man is in attendance. Director Fury tells Spider-Man in no uncertain terms, that he is not to accompany Captain America; this mission is too dangerous, and calls for expert super agents to stop Arcade. As Captain America is piloting his assault aircraft, he hears a noise around the cockpit: it's Spider-Man, who played the role of a stowaway. It short time, the aircraft is assaulted by drones, and Spider-Man and Captain America have to eject themselves, and manipulate the drones to take them into Madripoor.
Once in Madripoor, Spidey and Cap reach their destination. Upon entering a facility, they see Wolverine slicing away at Arcade's LMDs. Wolverine feigns a berserker rage, and launches into a sparring match with Captain America. The two veteran heroes exchange information, and Spidey and Wolverine also exchange quips. Eventually, the trio clash directly with Arcade, who utilizes a virtual battle facility, LMDs, and even a Sentinel, to engage the heroes in a live action video game.
Ultimately, the heroes make their way through LMD doppelgangers, duplicates of The Hulk, Red Hulk, and then a Sentinel; then battle hordes of assault droids employed by Arcade. Arcade is cajoled into disarming the nukes, and is apprehended by Spidey, Cap, and Wolverine.
- Hulk/Dr. Bruce Banner (robot)
- Red Hulk/General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (robot)
- Iron Man/Tony Stark (robot)
- Benjamin "Ben" Grimm (robot)
- Drake Bell as Spider-Man/Peter Parker
- Ogie Banks as Power Man/Luke Cage
- Eric Bauza as Arcade
- Steven Blum as Wolverine/Logan Howlett and S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent#2
- Greg Cipes as Iron Fist/Danny Rand
- Logan Miller as Nova/Sam Alexander
- Caitlyn Taylor Love as White Tiger/Ava Ayala
- Peter Lurie as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent#1
- Chi McBride as Nick Fury
- Roger Craig Smith as Captain America/Steve Rodgers
- Spider-Man: Fury, what the heck are you doing?
- It is revealed that Captain America consulted on a videogame: SHIELD OF HONOR.
- SHIELD OF HONOR is likely the same game played by Hawkeye and The Hulk in the Marvel's Avengers Assemble episode "Hulked Out Heroes".
- If you look closely at the graphics throughout the episode, Arcade's console shows what appear to be astrological symbols - as in ZODIAC.....
- There are twelve nukes...if you look at the locations of where the nukes were targeted, they appear to be positioned at the hometowns of the original members of The Zodiac criminal cartel.
- Zodiac is a classic nemesis of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Nick Fury; equalling the power of both HYDRA and A.I.M..