Spidey Super Stories Vol 1: (1974-1982) (published by Marvel Comics). In conjunction with The Electric Company & Sesame Street productions on the Children's Television Network to encourage early age readers. The comics were produced without ads, used larger blocks and less & easier to pronounce words.
"Spidey Super Stories" is a live-action, recurring skit on the original version of the CTW series The Electric Company. Episodes featured the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, provided to the Children's Television Workshop free of charge, and was played (always in costume) by puppeteer and dancer Danny Seagren. It premiered during the premiere of The Electric Company's fourth (1974–1975) season, show 391. It predated the pilot film of the series The Amazing Spider-Man by three years, becoming the first live-action rendition of Spider-Man, and was the first live-action rendition of a Marvel character in any media since the Captain America serial of 1944.