There's been a lot of anticipation surrounding Marvel TV's upcoming Ultimate Spider-Man animated series, with comics and animation vets Paul Dini and Man of Action running the show. According to Dini, that excitement will pay off with the show itself.
As an aside during an interview with Newsarama, Dini said,
Having a great time on [Ultimate Spider-Man], and I’m working with some old friends from the Batman days on that. Coming up with a look for the Spider-Man show, I think it’s really going to take people by surprise. It’s going to take people by surprise as much as the Batman show in the early ‘90s took comic fans by surprise. And yet at the same time it feels very right and it looks very right.
With a tease like that, I'm even more curious about the series now. The visuals of the '90s Batman revolutionized superhero cartoons and had a massive effect on television animation in general, and I can't even imagine what kind of thing would have as big an impact today, especially in a world filled with such visually-impressive, stylistically-led shows as Symbiotic Titan, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends or even Batman: The Brave and The Bold. What could this show end up looking like...?