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Spider-Man

Real Name
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Peter Parker
Current Alias
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Aliases
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Spider-Man, Petey, Puny Parker, Tiger, Spidey, Web-Slinger, Wall-Crawler, Nerd

Identity
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Alignment
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Affiliation
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Daily Bugle, Midtown High, Parker Industries

Relatives
Ben Parker (Uncle, Deceased), May Parker (Aunt, Deceased), Richard Parker (Father, Deceased), Mary Parker (Mother, Deceased), Mary Jane Parker (Wife).

Universe
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Base Of Operations
New York, New York

Characteristics
Gender
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Height
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Eyes
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Hair
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Unusual Features
Microscopic hairs across his body that allow him to cling to many surfaces.

Status
Citizenship
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Marital Status
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Occupation
CEO of Parker Industries, Professional Photographer (formerly)

Education
Master's Degree in Biophysics, and a Doctorate in Biochemistry.

Origin
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After being bitten by a radioactive spider, Peter Parker became the amazing Spider-Man! Unfortunately, his uncle was killed by a burglar, in which Peter took vengeance and learned the ultimate life lesson.

Place of Birth

Creators
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Stan Lee, Steve Ditko

First appearance


History

Quote1 And on that fateful day, I learned that with great power, there must also be great responsibility! Quote2
-- Peter Parker

Peter Parker's history is nearly identical to his 616 version, until the "Brand New Day" arc. His aunt died after the Civil War event, in which he took himself and Mary Jane, his wife, to his aunt's funeral. There, he determined he would keep a much more watchful eye on his family.

Sometime afterwords, Carnage managed to escape prison and was determined to kill Spider-Man. While Spider-Man was close to meeting his demise, he managed to escape Carnage's grasp and almost defeat him until the insane symbiote bearer fled the scene.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Adhesiveness to surfaces.
  • Super-Human Strength
  • Super-Human Speed.
  • Super-Human Stamina
  • Super-Human Durability
  • Super-Human Agility
  • Healing Factor
  • Super-Human Reflexes
  • Spider-Sense

Abilities

  • Unshakable Willpower
  • Genius Intellect
  • Expert Inventor
  • Skilled Photographer
  • Skilled Businessman

Strength level

Power Grid [1]
Intelligence
Strength
Speed
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Durability
Energy Projection
 1
Fighting Skills

Weaknesses

  • Symbiotes: Symbiotes managed to gain Spider-Man's Spider-Sense as well, making Spider-Man unable to detect them.
  • Illness: Sometimes when Peter Parker is ill, his powers begin to act up.
  • Running out of Web Fluid


Paraphernalia

Equipment:

  • Utility Belt: Equiped with a Spider-Signal, several places to put extra web fluid and more, this belt is very handy for Spider-Man.
  • Web-Shooters: Spider-Man's way to grab things from a distance.

Transportation:

  • Webs: Spider-Man can swing on his webs in order to travel from place to place.

Weapons:

  • Web-Shooters: These web-shooters can produce webbing that can create projectiles or help Spidey grab his enemies from a distance.


Notes

  • This version of Spider-Man skipped the Brand New Day storyline because, frankly, that storyline sucks and messes too much with Spider-Man lore.
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Trivia

  • Spider-Man is BIONICLEToa's favorite Super-hero.
  • This version of Spider-Man is a more experienced Spider-Man, out of high school and ready to start a family.



See Also


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Links and References

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