Web Woman is the alias of Kelly Webster, a fictional character and cartoon superheroine. She is featured on the 1978–1980 television series Tarzan and the Super 7 by Filmation. Her pending introduction prompted Marvel Comics to introduce a character called Spider-Woman to secure intellectual property rights to the name ). . Web Woman's voice was played by actress Linda Gary.
Kelly saves the life of an alien insectoid when he is swept into a raging river during a thunderstorm. In gratitude, the alien presents her with a mysterious ring, which grants her the powers of the entire insect kingdom. The alien is an agent of the mysterious entity named Scarab, the guardian of the space station, Citadel 7. Exactly how she comes into contact with Scarab after she receives the ring is unknown, but she becomes Web Woman soon afterward. Her transformation into Web Woman is brought on by a vocal command combined with the power of the ring that spoken like this:
"Insects of the world...small creatures of the cosmos...lend me your powers...NOW!"
Her outfit is a pink leotard with a mask, boots, and a belt. She has a variety of weapons, such as a webline from her utility belt, and the ring can produce sleeping gas and an energy beam that solidifies into webbing. She is aided in her missions for Scarab by a furry little insectoid-like alien named Spinner, who is often used for comic relief. She travels in a spider-shaped, 8-legged flying saucer called Webtrac.