In 1991, Sega released the first ever Spider-Man Arcade game. This machine ate 20c coins like they were sweets, so I never had the money to play this when it came out. I eventually bought an arcade cabinet and the CPU board, so I played it until I was fed up with it! The cabinet is dead at the moment, it keeps blowing fuses. I'll fix it one day.
In 1996, Spider-Man joined some other Marvel heavyweights in the Arcade to save the world, and then followed up with an encore performance the following year. Both games debuted in the arcade, and subsequently migrated to home console systems. Capcom ran a series of cross-over games after that, but then the focus moved entirely to the home console market.