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This character is non-canon to Spider-Man: The Animated Series.
Iceman can manipulate temperatures around him to freeze the water vapor in the air. By doing this Iceman can create ice slides and freeze his opponents in ice.
In the comics
As a teenager Bobby's powers to create ice manifested. Bobby once used his powers to save his girlfriend, Judy Harmon, from a school bully, Rocky Beasely, by freezing him in a block of ice. Judy ran away terrified and Bobby was later arrested. Shortly after this Professor X learned of Bobby's arrest and sent Cyclops to break him out of jail. Cyclops was able to free Bobby and asked if he wanted to join the X-Men. However, Bobby wanted his day in court so he could be proven innocent and began to fight Cyclops. However, Professor X arrived and put an end to their fighting. Professor X then talked to Bobby about his school and Bobby agreed to join the X-Men. Bobby then took the code name, Iceman.
At first Iceman could only transform his body into snow, but later learned how to transform into actual ice.
In Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, Iceman was given a half-sister named Aurora Dante. Aurora was a mutant that could turn her body into light. Aurora became a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and took the code name, Lightwave. Lightwave was later believed to be a traitor to S.H.I.E.L.D. However, Iceman and the Spider-Friends later learned that Lightwave was placed under mind control by S.H.I.E.L.D agent, Buzz Mason. After the Spider-Friends captured Buzz Mason, Lightwave's mind control affects wore off and she returned to her old self.
- Iceman was voices by Denis Akiyama in X-Men: The Animated Series.
- John Semper Jr. has said that if there had been a sixth season Iceman and Firestar would have made a guest appearance as a homage to the series, Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends. Semper also said that Iceman might have been voiced by Frank Welker who voiced Iceman in Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.