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Spider-Man (Franchise)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The Wallcrawler, The Webhead and The Webslinger. The King of Taunts and Snark. The Everyman Hero. The (non-sidekick) Teen Superhero.He's Amazing! He's Sensational! He's Spectacular!He's just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!Spider-Man is a Marvel Comics superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in 1962. He is considered to be Marvel's most popular and famous superhero. He is one if not "the" premier company mascots of Marvel Comics and is as central to them as Mickey Mouse is to Walt Disney.Peter Parker is a shy, bookish, and constantly picked-on high school student who lives with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben in Forest Hills, Queens. He acquired his powers when a radioactive spider bit him on a science-field trip giving him the proportional strength of a spider, the ability to crawl on walls, a Spider-Sense to warn him of danger, as well as super fast reflexes. A brilliant young man and budding inventor, already in high school Peter developed his own formula for an adhesive fluid that resembles and mimics a spider's web which he attaches to wrist-mounted shooters that fits inside his gloves, working as both a grappling tool and a projectile weapon with offensive, defensive, and tactical capabilities. Initially ebullient and overawed by his transformation from picked-on kid to superhuman, a Tragic Mistake that leads to the death of his beloved Uncle Ben permanently instills in Peter a sense of responsibility and duty to his fellow citizen. As the web-slinging, wall-crawling Spider-Man, Peter fights crime while trying to keep his identity secret from his widowed Aunt May and from the public at large, even if as a superhero from a struggling background starting out with almost entirely independent resources, he has few ways to defend himself from the misunderstandings and weak communication caused by his actions in the public eye. Becoming a superhero on the cusp of adulthood, forced to grow up fast while barely having time to enjoy his youth, Spider-Man is the underdog superhero — scrapping to earn every inch of his triumphs, big and small, while living with the consequences of his actions, good and bad, and the ways it affects him and his loved ones for every waking day that follows.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Debuting originally in "Amazing Fantasy #15", Spider-Man was an immediate hit and quickly became Marvel's top-selling title and in a few short years, he became one of the most iconic heroes, and despite starting nearly twenty years after both Superman and Batman closed the gap between them to become just as notable and proverbial in the global consciousness. Just like them, Spider-Man has a supporting cast that is equally iconic and popular — his elderly Aunt May, his famous editor/boss J. Jonah Jameson, his school friends and rivals (Flash Thompson, Harry Osborn) and of course his Love Interest who alternately like either Peter but hate Spider-Man or vice-versa, or are otherwise too much for him or anyone to handle (Gwen Stacy, Felicia Hardy, Mary Jane Watson). His Rogues Gallery is also one of the most notable and famous in comics' history — the Green Goblin, Dr. Octopus, Venom, Rhino, Vulture, Scorpion, Mysterio, Kraven the Hunter, as well as a series of popular Legacy Character and sidekicks (Miles Morales, Spider-Girl among others below).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Like Superman and Batman, Spider-Man has proven adaptable to multiple mediums. The arachnid-powered Superhero was relatively new to the Marvel Universe when he made his TV animation debut in 1967. The show's main contribution is the Theme Song ("Spider-Man, Spider-Man/Does whatever a spider can...") which has become a popular standard, and has been covered by artists as diverse as Aerosmith, The Ramones and Michael Bublé. In the 1970s, a silent costumed actor played Spider-Man in the "Spidey Super Series" skits on The Electric Company (1971); he only spoke in word balloons that the show's young viewers were expected to read (there was also a Lighter and Softer Recursive Adaptation comic book series in print at the same time). Subsequent Animated Series teamed Spider-Man with other heroes, such as Firestar and Iceman. This period saw the beginning of the long-running newspaper comic Spider-Man that featured Stan Lee working on it for a longer time than the regular continuity. There was also short-lived live-action series The Amazing Spider-Man (1978) (which was pulled when the network noticed that they were running an awful lot of superhero shows at the same time — Spider-Man was a contemporary of Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk and The Six Million Dollar Man). A live-action Spider-Man was also produced as a toku series in Japan, which borrowed the costume but little else, and teamed the arachnid hero with a Humongous Mecha. (This series inspired the development of the Super Sentai franchise.) Spider-Man also appeared in videogames very early and in multiple console generations holding the record for most number of video games for any superhero character, according to Guinness Books of records.Spider-Man's fortunes leaped to new heights with the worldwide success of the Spider-Man Trilogy directed by Sam Raimi which made the character so popular that he remains in demand in movies despite reboots in limited intervals. If he was popular before, he's amazing, spectacular, ultimate and sensational for all time at this point in as many mediums, analog or digital, as you can find.Has a character sheet for both his regular comics continuity and the multiple iterations he has appeared in other titles.
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Secret Identity: Spider-Man's identity was originally secret, before the Green Goblin found out. Since then, a handful of Spidey's Rogues Gallery have found out that it was Peter Parker, Peter unmasked after proposing to Mary Jane, Aunt May walked in on an unconscious and bloody Peter in costume, and it gradually became an open secret amongst part of the superhero community. Then Civil War came, and Spider-Man publicly unmasked, before One More Day erased the knowledge of Spider-Man's identity from everyone. Since then, none of his villains have found out his identity, but he has revealed it to the Fantastic Four and the Avengers. Kaine still knows, being a clone of Spider-Man. The Jackal also knows, due to his cloning work. And The Queen knows, since the Jackal is working for her.
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Adorkable: In many recent iterations, with or without the mask.
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Super Reflexes: Closely coupled with his Spider-Sense.
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The Artifact
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The Artifact: On account of Marvel's decision to set Spider-Man in a Like Reality Unless Noted New York (rather than DC's Fantasy Counterpart Culture approach) as well as its adoption of Comic-Book Time, some aspects of Spider-Man's lore has become a little anachronistic or dated (which only recently has started to change). Spider-Man is fundamentally a street-level superhero like Daredevil and originally his adventures had a realism because The '60s to The Nineties was The Big Rotten Apple era of New York City (where real events like the 1977 blackout occurred in the page), a time of high crime statistics where the idea of multiple street-level superheroes in a single city had a little verisimilitude. Since the era of Giuliani and gentrification however, street crime level has dropped down while highly restrictive gun laws have been put into effect. Now of course the presence and activity of supervillains does not depend on that for explanations, but fundamentally the reduction of crime should mean that Spider-Man's status as a street-level hero being so important as to make demands on his personal and professional life need more justification than "it's New York". The issue of gentrification and high costs in New York, and the challenge to the print media by online and the rise of cellphones and the internet has also meant that Peter's old job as a photographer for a newspaper and being the guy who "takes pictures of Spider-Man" and making a sufficient living off of that (despite being paid low by JJJ) and still living in New York, makes it harder to accept. It was already dated in The Oughties that Sam Raimi's adoption of the same came off to more than a few observers as Anachronism Stew (and Raimi made it work by artificially mixing different aspects of New York history in his film). In the Ultimate Spider-Man series, Peter becomes a web designer (albeit initially entering the Daily Bugle with the photographs) and part of the plot had the Daily Bugle transition from a print to an online magazine. Dan Slott's run had Jameson become the Mayor of New York which essentially updated their dynamic. invokedLikewise, the idea of "Peter taking pictures of Spider-Man" which is a beloved trope and central to his dynamic of JJJ suffers because Technology Marches On. In The '60s through The '80s, when all photography was done on film and professional photographs were shot manually with analog controls (i.e. selecting f-stop, exposure, ISO with fingers and in-camera in the middle of a shot), it was believable that a superhero like Spider-Man would be too fast to capture and needed an insider as it were to provide the pictures, which made it possible for Peter to gain exclusive rights to Spider-Man's still photographs. But this made it harder with the digital revolution and impossible in the smartphone age, as such the trope started fading in comics in The Nineties and The Oughties and has disappeared in The New '10s. Ben and May Parker in the comics belonged to "the Greatest Generation" and Ben was several years older than Richard, his younger brother (who is Peter's father). This kind of background made sense in that time owing to the trials of the Depression, the war years (Ben was a serviceman) and the generation gap, but after adopting Comic-Book Time, both Ben and May became older as Peter grew younger, making it more of a stretch, leading to recent comics to try and write May into a younger person. Ultimate Ben and May were given a Setting Update from Greatest Generation to baby boomers (specifically ex-hippies) for this reason.
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Walking Wasteland: Carrion and Styx.
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Clothes Make the Superman: The Vulture, Shocker, The Rhino, Mysterio, technically Doctor Octopus. Subsequently, Venom and the other symbiotes. Spidey himself gets a Iron Man-esque suit of armor, greatly enhancing his powers. In this suit, he's called "Iron Spider". More than once. The first was a silver and blue one that evaporated in water. Then there was the one from Stark that could shapeshift, and we have a new one coming.
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The Worf Effect: Seems to get knocked around by his enemies more often than other heroes. Then again, he usually comes back to win, so the Effect isn't as bad as it otherwise would be. If anything, you could argue it's an inversion: Spidey gets knocked around all the time (and often fights enemies who are much stronger and/or larger than he is) to show that he's weak and spindly. But wins anyway. If there is a "standard formula" to a Spider-Man story, it's this: Spidey meets a new villain (or old villain with new and/or improved powers), gets his ass kicked, comes up with a scientific solution to neutralize the baddy's advantage, then delivers a Curb-Stomp Battle. Probably the best example of this, in prolonged format, is the Spider Island event. If Spidey isn't triumphing after total defeat through science and ingenuity, he's probably doing it through Heroic Resolve and being The Determinator.
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Comic-Book Time: Peter was 15 when he got his spider powers in 1962. Come 2014, he's 28 in-universe.
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Hates My Secret Identity: It is a staple of any version of that franchise that Flash Thompson will bully Peter Parker while admiring Spider-Man. Also the case for Gwen Stacy who liked Peter but hated Spider-Man.
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Kayfabe: The comics treated the fight between Peter and the wrestler as real; Grandfather Clause meant that the first movie followed this as well, though it was explained in issue #14 of Spider-Man's Tangled Web that Crusher Hogan was actually a "shoot" wrestler—in which the outcome of the match is not scripted.
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Death by Origin Story: Uncle Ben. His murder is what makes Spider-Man decide to become a crimefighter.
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No-Dialogue Episode: Back in February 2002, Marvel did "'Nuff Said Month". Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #39 sees Peter, Mary Jane and Aunt May trying to live their normal lives, but still struggling with the recent changes to them. Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #38, meanwhile, saw a gang of criminal mimes going after Spider-Man.
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Dramatic Dislocation: He once did this in order to put a dislocated jaw back into place after battling Hammerhead. Proportionate strength of a spider + metal garbage bin = ow.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: Not quite as much as Marvel's usual examples, but occasionally.
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Crapsack World: This has been a hallmark of Peter Parker's life for a very long time, although it's perhaps a little more realistic than most depictions when Peter occasionally catches a break every now and again. Character Development would later show that life was no picnic for many of Peter's supporting cast members and even some of his villains. In general whenever a new writing team takes over there's always some shakeup to the status-quo or other and then another that follows when the next one takes over and so on.
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Failed a Spot Check: Some common criminals have done this to Spidey. Particularly, doing things like robbing a restaurant he is eating at because they thought the guy in the spidey costume at the corner table is just some guy eating in his pajamas and could not possibly be the real deal. Rarely, Spider-Man himself can fall victim to this, being too preoccupied with his own thoughts to pay attention to his Spider-Sense warning him he's about to get blind-sided. Those times he's been deprived of his Spider-Sense, he falls into this fairly constantly, since he's come to rely on it so much, even in his everyday life.
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Sick Episode
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Sick Episode: Quite a few over the years, invariably right before a major opponent shows up. Kraven the Hunter is a good example.
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Fat and Skinny: Styx and Stone have it all but stated in their names - Styx is horribly lanky and tall, while Stone isn't necessarily fat, but monstrous and burly.
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Kid Hero
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Likewise, for most people who come to the character from the newspaper strip or follow the regular continuity, Spider-Man hasn't been a Kid Hero or high-school student since his early issues. He graduated from high school to college similar to Marvel Comics Early Installment Weirdness where they averted Comic-Book Time and had characters age and progress. However, cartoons and movies by focusing on his origins tends to paint him as that. Brian Michael Bendis' popular Ultimate Spider-Man wrote 200 issues with Peter still not graduating high school and the series ended without him graduating. The upcoming MCU Trilogy is also planned to focus and be set mostly in Spider-Man's teenage years, albeit Reimagining the Artifact slightly.
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Mythology Gag: The civilian name of Alpha, Spider-Man's sidekick/protege introduced in issue #692? Andrew Maguire.
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Alertness Blink: Most times the spider-sense activates.
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Genetic Memory
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Genetic Memory: Every clone of Peter will invariably have his memories.
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Worf Had the Flu
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Worf Had the Flu: It's quite common for Spidey to come down with some illness for an issue or two which allows a villain to gain the upper hand in a fight. This is usually used to show off his Heroic Willpower by fighting through the illness and he typically loses one fight and then wins the rematch and the illness goes away as soon as he gets back home.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: Carnage, Venom to an extent. And Green Goblin who should never be left out.
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Rogues Gallery Transplant
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Rogues Gallery Transplant: A regular import-export trade exists in the rogues gallery between Spider-Man and other Marvel heroes: One example that is practically the Trope Codifier for this effect: Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime. He began as a Spider-Man villain, and a generic villain mob-boss at that. Frank Miller revived and reinterpreted him as a major threat (modeled on The Octopus from Will Eisner's The Spirit) during his run on Daredevil, making him Matt Murdoch's archenemy and playing a relatively smaller role in Spider-Man stories after that (the biggest one in recent history was in the Back in Black arc and Ultimate Spider-Man). Miller's Fisk became an iconic and influential supervillain of The '80s inspiring the Post-Crisis take on Lex Luthor which in a case of Lost in Imitation later inspired the Post-Clone Saga Norman Osborn. It almost happened with The Sandman. After the first two battles he had with Spidey, he became an almost exclusive Fantastic Four villain for the next 10 years. And later on he had a Heel–Face Turn and temporarily joined The Avengers. A similar situation happened with the Rhino, who for a while clocked more time as a villain in The Incredible Hulk. Mysterio did this once on purpose because the real Spidey wasn't available, and made enough of an impression (notably, he indirectly caused the death of Karen Page) that he arguably still has a place among Dardevil's foes. He is still mostly a Spidey villain but when he shows up, there is a higher than normal chance that Daredevil will too. Likewise in Old Man Logan he became a villain for Wolverine. Boomerang, a standard Spidey foe, was initially a villain to the Hulk. He was moved to Spidey when it became clear that a monster like the Hulk was a little out of the weight class of a Badass Normal with trick boomerangs. Spider-Man has also tussled with a few of Fantastic Four's villains (since historically he has had the closest bond with them). Most notably Doctor Doom has appeared in some major stories, being the first Marvel Wide villain Spider-Man fought in the Lee-Ditko era (when he accidentally kidnapped Flash thinking he was Spider-Man). Their paths also crossed a number of times, most notably in recent times being in the 50th issue of JMS' run where Spider-Man saves his life from a terrorist attack when Peter, MJ, Captain America and Doom were all stranded at the Denver Airport on account of a storm. One of Spider-Man's all-time greatest battles with any villain was with the Juggernaut, an X-Men villain, in Amazing Spider-Man #229–230. This battle got a sequel during the Grim Hunt arc. Then later, Spider-Man fought Firelord, a former Herald of Galactus, who was a villain of The Avengers in ASM #269-270. Both villains were intended to establish Spider-Man as the ultimate underdog, battling enemies beyond his wheelhouse, and defeating them on his own when usually they gave both the X-Men and the Avengers problems and needed a super-team to take them down. Shriek started off fighting Cloak & Dagger but more commonly fights Spidey since, due to their relative obscurity compared to Spidey. She's also well-known as Carnage's girlfriend. As of Dark Reign, Norman Osborn has become an archenemy of the entire Earth-based Marvel universe, second only to Doctor Doom before being downgraded and returning to Spider-Man's titles in Dan Slott's run. Beetle IV, or Lady Beetle, started out fighting Captain America before quickly being moved to Spidey's corner. Shocker has been a consistent Spidey villain, outside of his stints with the Masters of Evil and the Thunderbolts. As of 2018, however, he's moved to New Jersey and started tangling with Kamala Khan. Interestingly, Arcade debuted in Marvel Team-Up, a series about Spidey teaming up with different heroes, but quickly became an X-Men villain before antagonizing the Avengers Academy without ever crossing paths with Spider-Man. In Nick Spencer's Spider-Man, he's resurfaced as a Spidey foe once more. Nick Spencer has also had Spidey dealing with the Thieves Guild, normally confined to the X-Men side of the Marvel Universe.
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Statuesque Stunner
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Statuesque Stunner: Stunner, of course. She also◊ crosses it with Amazonian Beauty. Unfortunately, this is not Angelina Brancale's real form; it's a virtual reality construct that assumes an ideal, more beautiful version of herself. She actually appears◊ as an overweight woman.
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Distaff Counterpart
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Distaff Counterpart: At last count, Spider-Man has had no less than five of them, including his own daughter. Unlike most versions, none of them had any major connections to Peter and stood on their own. In fact, in an odd inversion, when the second Spider-Woman was introduced in Secret Wars, the Marvel EIC at the time wanted him to have a black costume similar to hers. Thus, the black costume was made, leading to the creation of Venom years later. Some of the villains would get this too, including Sandman and the Scorpion.
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Sky Surfing
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Sky Surfing: The Green Goblin and Hobgoblin can do this with their respective Goblin Gliders.
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Hero with Bad Publicity
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Hero with Bad Publicity: Nearly every single adaptation shows Spidey as this, mostly thanks to J. Jonah Jameson's Malicious Slander.
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Arch-Enemy
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Arch-Enemy: Three villains contest for the role: Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Venom. The reason for this is that the Green Goblin died in the 70s and spent a good 20-odd years dead before he came back to torment his foe, which is probably the record to beat for dead A-list villains. In the meantime, Doctor Octopus and Venom filled the roles in the seventies and eighties/nineties, respectively. However, in recent decades Venom became more of an Anti-Hero figure with his hatred of Peter toned down. At the same time, both Osborn and Octavius really hurt wallcrawler in their own nasty ways, so if there is a contest for a mantle of Spider-Man’s greatest enemy, it’s between these two. As Stan Lee put it himself: "The Green Goblin is Peter Parker's greatest enemy, while Doctor Octopus is Spider-Man's greatest enemy.” To elaborate on the quote: Doctor Octopus is the archenemy of Spider-Man in a very classic sense. Otto and Peter have a lot in common, both being scientists, who were bullied in school, and later got caught up in freak accidents that dramatically changed them forever. Both received a lot of power and both decided to channel that power by adopting an alter-ego based on eight-legged animal. The difference is that Peter chose to be a superhero and use his powers for good, while Otto chose to become a criminal, who tries to get back at the world. Doctor Octopus is the most recurring villain of the franchise, challenging the very idea of Spider-Man and being responsible for some of the most dramatic incidents in Peter’s career as a superhero: his first defeat, near death, death of Captain Stacey, establishment of Sinister Six and outright identity theft. At the same time, Otto never really cared about the man behind the mask and kept his rivalry with Spider-Man on sort of “gentlemanly” level, actually making a point of trying not to hurt Peter’s loved ones. Norman Osborn is a different story. For him being a supervillain with secret identity has never really carried any pragmatic benefits and has not served any goal aside from channeling his psychopathic and sadistic urges while maintaining a façade of respectful businessman. Since his very motivation as the Goblin (and later as Osborn himself) is to play out power fantasies, he was angry that someone stood up against him and swiftly decided to punish the person behind the mask. This dynamic between the characters eventually led to a lot of tragedy and pain in Peter’s life over the years as he saw numerous deaths and tortures of his loved ones, starting with Gwen Stacy, at the hands of Norman. Needless to say that it’s a very personal conflict between the two and that Peter hates no one as much as he hates Osborn. He even had to stop himself from killing the latter several times. If Otto challenges the idea of Spider-Man as a superhero, Norman Osborn challenges Peter’s morality itself.
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Wolverine Publicity
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Wolverine Publicity: As Marvel's Breakout Character, Spider-Man became the company mascot and in the early issues often appeared in multiple titles, predating Wolverine by more than a decade having passed even Wolverine and Deadpool in over-saturation as he is now either a member or guest-starring with the three big teams in the Marvel Universe—including the X-Men, the Avengers (both teams), and the new Fantastic Four (known as the FF); plus his own book is released twice a month. Interestingly in Spider-Man's early issues, the Fantastic Four made appearances to boost the newcoming Spider-Man's popularity. The Human Torch made campus speeches in Peter's school, and Dr. Doom became the first Marvel wide villain Spider-Man tussled with. Recent comics have seen Spider-Man fall into Iron Man's orbit around the time he was getting his big push in the movies. He, Aunt May, and MJ moved in Stark Tower, Peter wore a suit designed by Tony Stark (Iron Spider), joined his side during the Civil War (before switching over to Team Cap midway) and in recent comics, Peter has even become Iron Man-lite in that he runs his own business and claims to be Spider-Man's employer and backer, while MJ actually transitioned from his supporting cast into Tony's for a while.
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Brilliant, but Lazy
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Brilliant, but Lazy: Peter is a genius that can reasonably be compared to the likes of Hank Pym, Tony Stark, Bruce Banner and Reed Richards, but far more than simply being a case of Reed Richards Is Useless, his only notable inventions are the webslinger and webs, waaay back at the start of his career. He spends most of his time fighting bad guys rather than doing sciencey stuff, which he usually only employs to fight whatever bad guy is making trouble on any particular day. Though the latest Crisis Crossover has left him with his own company, Stark Industries à la mode, so he may be inching towards subverting this trope. While Parker Industries is doing quite well as a company, it was created by the Superior Spider-Man, a.k.a. Doc Ock in Peter's body. Since Peter has taken over the reins (of the body and the company), he's usually much more interested in getting away and Spider-Manning rather than being a scientist or businessman. Even when PI produces nifty gadgets or socially-conscious initiatives, it's more a case of Peter saying "Invent this thing, anonymous science lackeys."
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The '60s
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Spider-Man is fundamentally a street-level superhero like Daredevil and originally his adventures had a realism because The '60s to The Nineties was The Big Rotten Apple era of New York City (where real events like the 1977 blackout occurred in the page), a time of high crime statistics where the idea of multiple street-level superheroes in a single city had a little verisimilitude. Since the era of Giuliani and gentrification however, street crime level has dropped down while highly restrictive gun laws have been put into effect. Now of course the presence and activity of supervillains does not depend on that for explanations, but fundamentally the reduction of crime should mean that Spider-Man's status as a street-level hero being so important as to make demands on his personal and professional life need more justification than "it's New York".
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Deceased Parents Are the Best
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Deceased Parents Are the Best: Peter's parents were agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and once saved Wolverine's life. Likewise, Uncle Ben was a World War II veteran and a great Dad.
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Keep the Home Fires Burning
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Keep the Home Fires Burning: Mary Jane gets this plot a lot, notably in the Kraven's Last Hunt storyline.
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Camera Sniper
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Camera Sniper: Common, but most of the time it's Peter Parker's own camera on auto-shutter taking the pictures of Spidey in action. But not always.
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Doom Magnet
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Doom Magnet: Nothing goes right for Peter. Whether he's wearing the mask or not, his life always ends up being a downward spiral of misery, something he dubs "Parker luck".
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Badbutt
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Bad Butt: Venom and Carnage in the '90s cartoon, so so much...
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Bat People
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Bat People: Batwing is a young boy who was exposed to toxic waste in Carlsbad Caverns, causing him to become bat-like. Despite his monstrous appearance, he's still just a child, and Spider-Man tries to protect him from those who hate and fear him. Morbius is an Anti-Villain who became a genetically modified vampire, with bat genes and an Orlok-like appearance. However, in some appearance — like in an Exiles story arc and in animated series — he was transformed into a half-man half-bat monster, seeing more like an anthropomorphic bat with wings.
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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If there is a "standard formula" to a Spider-Man story, it's this: Spidey meets a new villain (or old villain with new and/or improved powers), gets his ass kicked, comes up with a scientific solution to neutralize the baddy's advantage, then delivers a Curb-Stomp Battle. Probably the best example of this, in prolonged format, is the Spider Island event. If Spidey isn't triumphing after total defeat through science and ingenuity, he's probably doing it through Heroic Resolve and being The Determinator.
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Parental Substitute
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Parental Substitute: As an orphan who lost his parents, and then Uncle Ben, Peter constantly seeks some form of adult validation in both his civilian and superhero career: Captain George Stacy, the father of his crush, served as this for Peter, and he became the first adult to approve of both Peter and Spider-Man, and was even okay with him dating his daughter. This didn't make Spider-Man's life easier since he died, making him guilty, and Gwen never knew this, and she blamed Spider-Man for this, and then she died anyway. Peter's older superhero buddies also serve as this. The Fantastic Four were the team that Spider-Man auditioned to join, with Reed Richards being the scientist Peter most admired. Likewise, Captain America belongs to the same generation as both Ben and May and Peter often said that Steve Rogers reminds him of Uncle Ben (who also served in the army during World War II). Tony Stark also served as one during the New Avengers arc, although recently Peter has become more of a rival and has a "rebellious kid" dynamic after becoming CEO of Parker Industries. Given Tony's playboy reputation, he's also uncomfortable seeing MJ working with him. This carried over into the MCU.
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Bootstrapped Theme
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Bootstrapped Theme: The theme song for the 1967 cartoon is one for the franchise as a whole. Covers for it and variations appeared in Spider-Man Trilogy and a full orchestral symphonic opening for Spider-Man: Homecoming. It's also a popular standard covered by The Ramones and Aerosmith among others.
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Clothes Make the Legend
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Clothes Make the Legend: Even the black suit retained the form.
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Keeping Secrets Sucks
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Keeping Secrets Sucks: Just ask him yourself. Contrary to what other superheroes make it look like, a dual identity is very hard to manage even if you keep it for years.
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Spider People
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Spider People: While Spidey himself generally doesn't qualify, being just a normal-looking human with spiderlike powers, there have been occasions where he mutated further into "Man-Spider", a far more monstrous form somewhere in between a bipedal human and a giant multi-armed spider.
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You Fight Like a Cow
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You Fight Like a Cow: Spider-Man's the undisputed master of this trope.
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Trope Codifier
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One example that is practically the Trope Codifier for this effect: Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime. He began as a Spider-Man villain, and a generic villain mob-boss at that. Frank Miller revived and reinterpreted him as a major threat (modeled on The Octopus from Will Eisner's The Spirit) during his run on Daredevil, making him Matt Murdoch's archenemy and playing a relatively smaller role in Spider-Man stories after that (the biggest one in recent history was in the Back in Black arc and Ultimate Spider-Man). Miller's Fisk became an iconic and influential supervillain of The '80s inspiring the Post-Crisis take on Lex Luthor which in a case of Lost in Imitation later inspired the Post-Clone Saga Norman Osborn.
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Alternate Continuity
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Spider-Man's non-sidekick status gets diluted a little in Alternate Continuity like Ultimate Marvel and Marvel Cinematic Universe where Peter is designated as officially in "apprentice status" to either Nick Fury and SHIELD or to Tony Stark, and in the case of the latter, has his suit and equipment handed to him by Tony Stark.
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Villain Takes an Interest
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Villain Takes an Interest: The Green Goblin, especially since he's disappointed in the offspring.
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All Webbed Up
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All Webbed Up: Peter created a set of wrist-mounted webshooters on his own in one of the clearest displays of scientific genius on his part. The formula for his webs in particular is nothing short of miraculous, given its tensile strength and adhesive properties. It disappears after a couple hours or so, so he doesn't even leave a mess. For a time after his first encounter with the Queen up to One More Day, Peter underwent a secondary mutation that gave him organic web shooters that functioned in much the same way as his artificial ones. There is little he can't do with his webs. Possibly justified — in real life, spiders do tend to be pretty brilliant with them.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Sometimes, J. Jonah Jameson.
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Wrestling Monster
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Wrestling Monster: Played straight with Masked Luchador El Muerte. Played with when wrestling god El Diablo shows up. He never appears in the ring of any promotions and fights with swords.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Some writers seem to think that the biggest appeal of Spider-Man is that things constantly go wrong for him. As a result, we get countless stories of Peter suffering humiliation, lack of money, sickly aunt, girl trouble, and just all around unpleasantness, to the point that reading the stories can actually get a little depressing. Note that after John Romita Sr. started working on the title with Stan Lee, the book became much Lighter and Softer than it had been recently, a move which led most fans to label it as the golden age of Spider-Man. J. Jonah Jameson, the Shocker, the Jason Macendale Hobgoblin, and others have all shared this role at different times over the years.
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Post-Mortem Comeback
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Post-Mortem Comeback: The entire robot-disguised-as-parents plan was set in motion by Harry Osborn (Green Goblin II) some time before his death. It gets even better because while Harry eventually forgave Spider-Man and moved on, the last time he was seen (prior to One More Day) was here, on a videotape he'd made, gloating over an enraged Spider-Man.
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Friendless Background
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Friendless Background; In Peter's original appearance he had no friends unless you count Liz who was nice to him on occasion, and Betty who was his girlfriend until he got to college. But he notably never really had a confidant to share his secret identity with, unlike Batman (who had Alfred and Robin) or Superman (who had Ma and Pa Kent). For a long time, it was only his villains (the Osborns, Miles Warren) who knew his secret, which increased Peter's sense of vulnerability, isolation, and made his social life tense and painful (since people around him inevitably saw him as aloof, distant, slightly asocial and undependable). In Alternate Continuity, such as Ultimate Spider-Man, this is dialed down with Peter having Ultimate MJ as his friend from childhood and confiding in her his secret early in his run, which carried over in The Amazing Spider-Man Series and Spider-Man: Homecoming where Peter's no longer entirely alone.
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Big Good
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Big Good: Downplayed. Although Captain America is the Marvel Universe's Big Good, Spider-Man has proven to have the potential of being as effective a leader as he is and in rare occasions shows more innocence and purity than Steve. If Steve is the Marvel Universe's Soul, then Peter is definitely the Heart. His idealism, which often rivals Cap's obviously, is powerful enough to unite the most cynical of heroes and loathsome villains together and/or bring out the best in them. If he wasn't a Hero with Bad Publicity, he might have fulfilled this trope a long time ago. Very much downplayed in the greater scheme of things since he tends to be one of the younger heroes on display. To make up for that fact, it is commonly acknowledged that he is extraordinarily experienced as a superhero, especially so for his age. Since he started at 15-16 or so, he has spent at least a decade, including his formative years, fighting evil on a nearly constant basis. Hence comes the wisdom of handing him the reins in a pinch. In any series that takes place in the future - particularly if it's one that involves successor superheroes, this is taken to its logical conclusion. Most of these timelines depict any heroes' response to Peter as one of reverence — a living legend whose only equal is MU's other living legend (Captain America). And as in his nature, he downplays his importance, though with enough wisdom to use that respect to help younger heroes.
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TheOughties
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The issue of gentrification and high costs in New York, and the challenge to the print media by online and the rise of cellphones and the internet has also meant that Peter's old job as a photographer for a newspaper and being the guy who "takes pictures of Spider-Man" and making a sufficient living off of that (despite being paid low by JJJ) and still living in New York, makes it harder to accept. It was already dated in The Oughties that Sam Raimi's adoption of the same came off to more than a few observers as Anachronism Stew (and Raimi made it work by artificially mixing different aspects of New York history in his film). In the Ultimate Spider-Man series, Peter becomes a web designer (albeit initially entering the Daily Bugle with the photographs) and part of the plot had the Daily Bugle transition from a print to an online magazine. Dan Slott's run had Jameson become the Mayor of New York which essentially updated their dynamic.
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Technology Marches On
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invokedLikewise, the idea of "Peter taking pictures of Spider-Man" which is a beloved trope and central to his dynamic of JJJ suffers because Technology Marches On. In The '60s through The '80s, when all photography was done on film and professional photographs were shot manually with analog controls (i.e. selecting f-stop, exposure, ISO with fingers and in-camera in the middle of a shot), it was believable that a superhero like Spider-Man would be too fast to capture and needed an insider as it were to provide the pictures, which made it possible for Peter to gain exclusive rights to Spider-Man's still photographs. But this made it harder with the digital revolution and impossible in the smartphone age, as such the trope started fading in comics in The Nineties and The Oughties and has disappeared in The New '10s.
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Armored Villains, Unarmored Heroes
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Armored Villains, Unarmored Heroes: Spider-Man, pretty much an archetypal skintight-suit superhero, periodically though not invariably goes up against armored opponents of various kinds, such as the Rhino or assorted Spider-Slayer robots. Though he averts this on occasion, building specialized suits or even Power Armor to deal with specific foes (notably, in Ends Of The Earth, he built essentially Spider-Man themed Iron Man armor specifically designed to take on the latest iteration of the Sinister Six).
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Plot-Driven Breakdown
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Plot-Driven Breakdown: "I'm out of Web Fluid!"
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All of the Other Reindeer
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All of the Other Reindeer: Peter got bullied in high school because he was a nerd; meanwhile, Spider-Man gets treated like a criminal by the same media that worships all of the other super-heroes and in the case of J. Jonah Jameson, him treating mutants (the feared and hated minority of the Marvel Universe) better than he does Spider-Man. Ironically because of this, Spider-Man has traditionally been a huge supporter and ally of the X-Men.
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Clark Kent Outfit
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Clark Kent Outfit: Numerous people are surprised to note that the scrawny-looking 'Puny Parker' has "muscles like a weightlifter's" under his clothes.
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Blow Gun
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Blow Gun: A group of one-time villains (four criminals who learned to copy Vulture's wings) use those. The curare is fatal for humans — Spider Man is too tough to die, but gets stiffer with every dart and actually comes close to succumbing. The next issue, he has to save their lives when the real Vulture came to town.
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Screens Are Cameras
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Screens Are Cameras: The earliest versions of the Spider-Slayer robots worked this way. The robots, piloted remotely by J. Jonah Jameson, would seem to have no technological need to project JJJ's face onto a TV screen mounted on the robot's "head," but that's exactly what they do.
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Loser Protagonist
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Loser Protagonist: Part of the appeal is that, rather than being a millionaire playboy or any other kind of extra-awesome person that other superheroes are, Peter's a normal guy that has to deal with the same mundane problems as anyone else.
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Arachnid Appearance and Attire
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Arachnid Appearance and Attire: Spider Man is a notable example for being very colorful. Except when he's wearing his black costume. Notably, while Spider-Man is usually joking, laughing, and having a good time while fighting bad guys, when he stops quipping and gets serious, pissed, or seriously pissed, he becomes an absolutely terrifying opponent. When Peter's the "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man," he defies this trope. When he drops the "friendly" part, he pretty much codifies it. There's also Venom, Carnage, and Toxin as symbiotes that copy Spidey's powers, and the various Spider-Women. Madame Web also counts. Lesser known Spider-Man foes include Tarantula, and Black Tarantula. The two Scarlet Spiders, both clones of the original Spider-Man. Spider-Gwen and Silk as well.
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Irrational Hatred
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Irrational Hatred: Jameson for Spider-Man, and in fact most villains for Spider-Man, such as Harry "Green Goblin II" Osborn who resented Peter for being his Always Someone Better.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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I Love Nuclear Power: Radioactive spider etc. See also Doctor Octopus. Subverted in Reign. The consequences of Spidey's radioactive body fluids taken to its logical conclusion. It was also kind of handy when it came to taking out Morlun that time. Except Morlun returned in a case of Back from the Dead. Both played straight and subverted in the Crossover with the Transformers. Straight with Megatron, who captures Spidey and uses his radioactive blood to form a special isotope that can supercharge transformers. Subverted with Spidey, who was the one Strapped to an Operating Table as the Decepticons stole his blood. Spidey still managed to crack a few jokes.
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10-Minute Retirement
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10-Minute Retirement: Occasionally Spidey will get sick and tired of juggling the demands of heroics and ordinary life for the benefit of an unappreciative world and hang up the web-shooters until something spurs him into action again. Inverted in the mid-90's story "Peter Parker No More", in which Spider-Man suffers a mental breakdown after one emotional hit too many, and decides to all but give up his civilian identity, spending all his time in costume.
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Adaptation Distillation
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Adaptation Distillation: In comics like Chapter One and Ultimate Spider-Man, the origins of Peter and his Rogues Gallery is merged or connected to an overarching plot or villain (Norman Osborn, SHIELD). In the Sam Raimi films, Spider-Man's webbing is organic, MJ is the central girlfriend from high school being merged with Liz Allan, with Peter having Single-Target Sexuality for her. Gwen Stacy shows up after he starts dating Mary Jane and is a composite with Ann Weying (Eddie Brock's ex-wife). Harry Osborn is Peter's high school friend rather than meeting him in college. In The Amazing Spider-Man, Peter no longer creates his own web fluid, the Lizard's family is adapted out, Gwen becomes Peter's Single-Target Sexuality and becomes a mixture of herself and Mary Jane (namely knowing and accepting Peter and Spider-Man and serving as confidant and partner which Gwen never did), shows up in high school rather than college, the Daily Bugle and staff don't appear at all, and Harry Osborn becomes Green Goblin rather than Norman. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Peter no longer creates his classic costume, but rather is given it by Tony Stark and Iron Man. He makes his own web fluid however.
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Surprise Jump
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Surprise Jump: In his first appearance (and many subsequent presentations of his origin story), Peter discovers his powers when, distracted by the odd sensations he feels after the spider bite, he nearly gets hit by a car — and reflexively leaps halfway across the street to find himself clinging to the side of a building.
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Magic Meteor
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Magic Meteor: The Looter's whole shtick was stealing meteorites for their power-granting ability.
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Central Theme
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Central Theme: "With great power, there must also come —great responsibility". What it means to have power and to use it in a socially and morally responsible way. Your actions and choices have consequences, including the ones you didn't intend or expect, and you have to live with them whether you like it or not, and whether it was your fault or not. Everyone has some kind of secret, either a big one or a small one, and there's always more to people than you assume. Just as the world assumes little of Peter Parker and Spider-Man, Peter himself often underestimates or misjudges people around him. You have to work for every thing in your life, whether it's your job, your superhero calling, your marriage, your relationships. People are complicated, messy and demanding, and you have to be there for them and make things work and never take people for granted.
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The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life
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The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life: There is hardly a time where he is not faced with this dilemma. Even at an adult age.
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Genetic Engineering Is the New Nuke
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Genetic Engineering Is the New Nuke: Modern versions of the story typically have the spider that bites Peter be genetically engineered rather than radioactive.
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I Approved This Message
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I Approved This Message: In Amazing Spider-Man #611, Deadpool claims to have Blackest Night symbols on his toenails ("My feet are a rainbow of power!") with a footnote reading "I'm Geoff Johns and I approve this message — Geoff Johns, former Avengers writer".
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BadassNormal
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Boomerang, a standard Spidey foe, was initially a villain to the Hulk. He was moved to Spidey when it became clear that a monster like the Hulk was a little out of the weight class of a Badass Normal with trick boomerangs.
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Electric Slide
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Electric Slide: Electro does this constantly as a Fast as Lightning means to get around. Sometimes he may end up being electricity in the wires he slides down.
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Author Avatar
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Author Avatar: Stan Lee has said that Spider-Man was something of this for him. He also created J. Jonah Jameson based on other peoples' view of him, and as the EIC, Lee had a similar job as Jonah at Marvel. Both he and Ditko were children during the Depression and grew up with memories of poverty and having a hard luck life, which fed into the portrayal of poor working-class Peter, and the portrayal of Aunt May and Uncle Ben as Greatest Generation parental figures based on their memories of their families. Since Ditko drew and designed the comics as per the Marvel Method, some argue that Peter is more reflective of Ditko himself. The original Peter Parker◊ in the comics bears a startling resemblance to Steve Ditko in his high school picture. Like Peter, Ditko was a loner, an outsider, a little aloof though also described as friendly and affable in one-on-one meetings, which mirrored the early Peter Parker to a great degree.
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Secret Secret-Keeper
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Captain George Stacy was the first character who really played this role for Spider-Man in the comics. He was friendly and tried to play down some of Peter's issues with authority. Then he dies and while George Stacy in his deathbed revealed he was Peter's Secret Secret-Keeper and approved of him, his death ended up making Spider-Man look bad within the police force and in the eyes of Gwen (who blamed him for her father's death).
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Ironic Nickname
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Ironic Nickname: Something that is lost on account of Spider-Man's fame, but Spider-Man's nickname as "the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" is a major one since before most people saw spiders as creepy house pests. Spiders aren't supposed to be part of a neighborhood and certainly not part of a friendly one, or be considered friendly themselves. Peter being your friendly neighborhood spider-man inverts that completely. Tom Taylor's first issue in Volume 2 of Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Lampshades this when after Spidey saves a little girl and her father, the small child slaps his spider emblem on his chest out of her dislike for spiders:
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The Commissioner Gordon
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The Commissioner Gordon: One of the things that set Spider-Man apart was the fact that he never really had a Friend on the Force unlike Batman did or the support of the press that Superman did, which made his superhero/civilian life balance literal murder many times over. That said there were figures who did play this role for Spider-Man but they never lasted long: Captain George Stacy was the first character who really played this role for Spider-Man in the comics. He was friendly and tried to play down some of Peter's issues with authority. Then he dies and while George Stacy in his deathbed revealed he was Peter's Secret Secret-Keeper and approved of him, his death ended up making Spider-Man look bad within the police force and in the eyes of Gwen (who blamed him for her father's death). Captain Jean DeWolff was the other major character who tried to be this for Spider-Man. But then her death left another vacuum in his eyes. Most recently, there's Captain Yuri Watanabe, who dons the identity of Wraith and becomes a vigilante in her own right.
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Knight of Cerebus
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Knight of Cerebus: Most of Spidey's villains are silly and corny - even Venom can pull off a great few laughs. Carnage is 9 times out of 10 not that villain - resorting to Dead Baby Humor and just wanting to kill everyone in the entire planet for his own twisted excitement.
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Unstoppable Rage
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Spidey is entirely well-meaning, but in times of severe stress and/or provocation (such as Gwen Stacy's death), he will often fly into Unstoppable Rage, which invariably ends very painfully for the target of that rage. Basically, when he's not wisecracking, the villains had best watch out.
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You Can't Kill What's Already Dead
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You Can't Kill What's Already Dead: Subverted with Digger. He's both undead and takes extreme amounts of damage over the course of his debut without injury. However, this was actually due to the fact that he had a Healing Factor, as he was reanimated by gamma radiation from nuclear weapons tests near his grave site, and Spidey exploited this fact to kill him in his first appearance.
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Make Some Noise
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Make Some Noise: Clayton Cole, aka Clash, is a self-proclaimed "Superstar of Sound", allowing him to torture Spidey with painful sound waves without causing damage to their surroundings. But he can still demolish walls and even bring down buildings with his sonic pulse generators.
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No Ontological Inertia
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No Ontological Inertia: The Lizard always regrows his right arm when in monster mode, and it just dissolves when he reverts to human.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: Spider-Man is tossed one of these nearly any time he is taken by surprise by an attack, considering that his comic named the trope for the ability to sense when something potentially dangerous is about to happen. It makes sense considering that the Spider-Sense is not infallible. Pete has misinterpreted it at times and been too distracted or in too bad of a condition to pick up on it clearly at other times. It is danger precognition... not omniscience. At one point it was triggered by his own sneezing when he was suffering a truly awful cold.
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Working-Class Hero
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Working-Class Hero: One of the many reasons why Peter Parker was such a fresh character from its beginnings. He very believably came across a poor scholarship boy whose daily pressures (education, being an orphan, having elderly guardians) was already a strain before his super-powers. It's also there in his identity as a "Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man" and a Small Steps Hero. This aspect tends to be toned down some adaptations (with the excepting of [The spectacular spider-man) and more recent stories.
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It Began with a Twist of Fate
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It Began with a Twist of Fate: It varies based on universe and continuity, but Spider-Man generally gets bitten by a certain spider and gains his superpowers through a genuine twist of fate—by simply being in the right place at the right time. A character in a later story claimed that the spider chose Peter as it was dying. It saw Peter's suffering as a benefit, as someone like that once given power would never allow themselves to be a victim again.
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Look Ma, No Plane!
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Look Ma, No Plane!: Spider-Man swings by helicopters all the time. In the game of the second movie, you end up chasing one... if you go too close to the rotors, exactly what you'd expect happens.
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Animal-Themed Superbeing
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Animal-Themed Superbeing: Peter is Spider-Man and can crawl on walls and adhere to any surface and any angle, he also has the proportional strength of a Spider, a special spider-sense, and the agility and flexibility of a spider, or one enhanced genetically. He doesn't have all the abilities and capacities of a spider, and some of his Legacy Character like Miles Morales have Venom Blast that resembles the spider-sting. This also establishes why Peter doesn't have organic webbing and uses web-shooters since he didn't entirely win the Superpower Lottery.
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Critical Psychoanalysis Failure
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Critical Psychoanalysis Failure: Stan Lee and Marcos Martin's non-canon story "Identity Crisis" (not to be confused with the in-canon 616 story of the same name), has Spider-Man going to a psychologist Dr. Gray Madder (a pun on gray matter) and talking to him about his identity issues, which involve the constant changes and endless retcons to his supporting cast and rogues, such as his Aunt May being alive and dead, his marriage to MJ being retconned in and out, her being pregnant and not, Green Goblin dying and coming back, lampshading the bizarre changes to Spider-Man continuity that actually drives Dr. Gray Madder nuts and has him going to a shrink.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: When Spidey's rescuing Alpha from The Jackal, he at one point tries to encourage Alpha to free himself. Unfortunately, he makes the mistake of telling Andy that he'd lose his powers if The Jackal managed to drain them from him, prompting Andy/Alpha to break free and state that he would rather die then lose his powers and go back to being a powerless nobody like Jackal's failed clones. It's after this incident that he emancipates himself from his parents and strikes out with the family lawyer for bigger fame and profit, and also became even more conceited than he already was. Not quite the result Peter had hoped for.
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Embarrassing First Name
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Embarrassing First Name: In Ultimate Spider-Man, Spider-Man drops by and says to the Shocker, "I didn't know your name was Herman!". Shocker immediately sulks and angrily spouts "Oh no, it's you!", no doubt offended.
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Logical Weakness
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Logical Weakness: The Spider-Sense alerts him of danger, but it does not tell him why something is dangerous. Sometimes his foes have taken advantage of this by presenting an obvious danger so he does not notice a subtle one at the same time.
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Superhero
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Superhero: Alongside Batman and Superman, Spider-Man is the archetypical proverbial superhero. He's the Trope Maker and Trope Codifier for modern superhero stories, which explore the impact of their vigilante lives on their social life, and his stories inspired the later direction and characterization undergone by both Batman and Superman (namely failing to protect the ones he love, which became a Batman trope in The '80s, sharing his secret identity with his love interest and wife, which Superman did with Lois in Post-Crisis but never in the classic era). Likewise Spider-Man was swinging and grappling and parkouring across buildings long before Batman started doing so (having only gotten his Grappling Hook from the Tim Burton Batman film which seeped into his comics).
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Second Face Smoke
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Second Face Smoke: J. Jonah Jameson does this a lot; Spidey has found ways of reversing it on him once in a while.
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Second Love
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Second Love: After the death of his original true love, Gwen Stacy, he eventually fell in love with Mary Jane, who is his most well known love interest to this day and defined the concept.
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Call It Karma
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Call It Karma: J. Jonah Jameson's attempts to capture and destroy Spider-Man have given him no end of grief over the years.
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Back from the Dead
 Spider-Man (Franchise) / int_8967e17f
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Subverted in Reign. The consequences of Spidey's radioactive body fluids taken to its logical conclusion. It was also kind of handy when it came to taking out Morlun that time. Except Morlun returned in a case of Back from the Dead.
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Capitalism Is Bad
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Capitalism Is Bad: While not an aesop that Stan Leenote Creator of Iron Man as specifically a good-guy capitalist after seeing Marvel's general anti-establishment trend and seeking to balance it and certainly not Steve Ditkonote An Objectivist with right-wing views though Ditko's tracts often wax more on the self-righteous idealism rather than Rand's economic ideas intended, the overall subtext of Spider-Man as a working-class aspiring scholarship boy does tend to highlight how important a role class plays in his life, and the stories by later writers also play this up: In the Lee-Ditko era, wealthy characters are shown as being jerks of some kind or other (Harry Osborn, Gwen Stacy, J. Jonah Jameson, Norman Osborn) with the only exceptions being academics and professionals (such as the doctor who operates Aunt May in "if this be my destiny..." who makes it clear that he sees Peter as a real hero compared to Spider-Man). This got played down in the Lee-Romita era where Peter has friendly relations with the Osborns, romances Gwen and befriends her father George Stacy, but even then, and especially when Gerry Conway came on board, Peter is presented as a foil for Harry, the poor up-and-coming kid as opposed to the rich kid who is nothing without his father's name and inheritance, which leads him to turn to drugs to cope with his insecurity. A number of Spider-Man's villains over the years tend to be wealthy types, such as the Kingpin, Norman Osborn, and Roderick Kingsley. In Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Norman Osborn mocks Peter with classist insults, for being a loser who works as a high-school teacher despite his great talent, which Spider-Man retorts by pointing out that Norman could well have cured cancer with all his wealth and connections if he actually cares about improving lives. Norman then replies that he only said it to hurt Peter by his values, because he on the other hand as he puts it, "I don't give a rat's ass". Ultimate Spider-Man takes this further (on account of Bendis being a more liberal figure than either Lee or Ditko were). Uncle Ben and Aunt May are ex-hippies with May still proud of her arrest record over a protest. When Peter tells Aunt May that Norman Osborn is a bad guy, Aunt May quotes Ben about how every rich person he knew acquired it illegally. A number of Peter's enemies, such as the Shocker, are Starving Student whose work was hijacked by corporations, the Kingpin owns Spider-Man's intellectual property and can buy his way out of a video showing him killing a man, and likewise Peter's own father Richard Parker had his life's work (the Venom suit intended to cure cancer) defunded and complicated because corporations wanted to make it into weapons. An interesting example of this trope is how writers tackle the idea of a successful Peter Parker. The earliest instances of Peter Parker as an industrialist was in an alternate timeline in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: Edge of Time and in both instances the two wealthy Parkers were shown as jerks and bad guys, as is the Peter from House of M. Dan Slott had Otto Octavius hack Peter's body and develop Parker Industries as an Anti-Hero Substitute which the revived Peter Parker ended up running as a Honest Corporate Executive albeit one so honest that he ended up dismantling his company when a virus threatened the world. Nick Spencer who followed Slott, has Peter ruminate about the ethics of grappling a position of unearned wealth and the consequences of Peter accepting Ock's status-quo on a silver platter, cementing the idea that the richer Peter gets, the less pure he becomes.
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Egomaniac Hunter
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Egomaniac Hunter: Kraven the Hunter, able to hunt down and kill everything and anything up until he gets to Spider-Man; this sole failure is what ends up having him obsessively spend lifetimes hunting after Spidey as a result.
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Skyscraper Messages
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Skyscraper Messages: A 1970s story has the Shocker doing this with whole city blocks as part of an extortion scheme. Unsurprisingly, a later story has Electro doing the same thing.
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Justified Trope
 Spider-Man (Franchise) / int_90c018ac
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Osborn is a very good example of this trope, as it is often lampshaded—most notably by the Hobgoblin—that he could be several magnitudes wealthier if he just marketed his stuff, which would give him a lot of the power he is after anyway. It's explained and justified by the fact that Osborn is crazy.
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Laser-Guided Karma
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Laser-Guided Karma: J. Jonah Jameson's poor treatment of Peter Parker and his financing attempts to capture/kill Spider-Man have repeatedly come back to haunt him.
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From a Single Cell
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From a Single Cell: Sandman and Hydro-Man have this ability - so long as one grain of sand or one drip of water is left in their mass, they can reform like nothing; as long as there's more sand or water nearby.
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Schoolyard Bully All Grown Up
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Schoolyard Bully All Grown Up: Subverted in that Flash Thompson matured and became a much nicer guy after he graduated from high school and enlisted in the army. His tour of duty made him a much more intelligent and introspective character.
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Betty and Veronica
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Betty and Veronica: See the Alternate Name, "Gwen And Mary Jane". Later, "Mary Jane and Felicia".
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Outside Ride
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Outside Ride: Spidey often uses this technique, particularly when he needs a longer-ranged or faster mode of travel than his usual web-swinging. His powerset (superhuman reflexes and leaping ability to catch a ride and clinging ability to hang on) makes it fairly easy for him.
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Never My Fault
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Never My Fault: A lot of folks blame poor Spidey for things they are to blame for themselves.
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Master of Illusion
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Master of Illusion: Mysterio. It's his specialty, and he is even often referred to by this exact title. Though his illusions are all based from his previous employment in the special effects industry.
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Not So Different
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To elaborate on the quote: Doctor Octopus is the archenemy of Spider-Man in a very classic sense. Otto and Peter have a lot in common, both being scientists, who were bullied in school, and later got caught up in freak accidents that dramatically changed them forever. Both received a lot of power and both decided to channel that power by adopting an alter-ego based on eight-legged animal. The difference is that Peter chose to be a superhero and use his powers for good, while Otto chose to become a criminal, who tries to get back at the world. Doctor Octopus is the most recurring villain of the franchise, challenging the very idea of Spider-Man and being responsible for some of the most dramatic incidents in Peter’s career as a superhero: his first defeat, near death, death of Captain Stacey, establishment of Sinister Six and outright identity theft. At the same time, Otto never really cared about the man behind the mask and kept his rivalry with Spider-Man on sort of “gentlemanly” level, actually making a point of trying not to hurt Peter’s loved ones.
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Evil Counterpart
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Evil Counterpart: Venom is often positioned as an evil Spider-Man, making Brock similar to Peter but not accepting Great Responsibility. Currently in the comics, the latest Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) is being made into one. Doc Ock is also one of these, being a fellow man of science, having an "eight-legged animal" theme, having a freak lab accident as his origin...
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I Let Gwen Stacy Die
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I Let Gwen Stacy Die: The trope namer.
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Fix Fic
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Fix Fic: One More Day and the follow up One More In Time was intended as this by the editorial thing though fans question if there was anything broken that needed fixing to begin with. Roger Stern's "Hobgoblin Lives" was likewise one which fixed out the tangled mess left when he couldn't complete the story he had planned.
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DistressedDamsel
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Distressed Damsel: All of Spider-Man's girlfriends and love interests at some point or another. Gwen Stacy is most famous for the fact that Spider-Man didn't save her.
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, the Shocker, and Mysterio all invent remarkable inventions that could have earned them large fortunes if they'd used them legitimately. Later subverted by the Sandman, who becomes sick of crime and tries to go straight. He eventually wound up using his powers working for the government of Symkaria under Silver Sable. Spider-Man himself would also end up working for Sable for a little while after she offered him $1,000 a day to do so. Also subverted when Spider-Man actually tries to sell his web formula to a chemical company, only for the executives to reject the offer. Further subverted when Spider-Man saves a banker/stock-broker who cuts Spider-Man a check — only for a bank-teller to deny the check since Spider-Man has no identification. Osborn is a very good example of this trope, as it is often lampshaded—most notably by the Hobgoblin—that he could be several magnitudes wealthier if he just marketed his stuff, which would give him a lot of the power he is after anyway. It's explained and justified by the fact that Osborn is crazy.
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Rogues Gallery
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Rogues Gallery: Just about every adaptation has presented the classic villains (the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Electro, the Shocker, the Rhino, Mysterio, etc.). It's probably the second most famous rogues gallery in comics, with only Batman outdoing it.
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Lizard Folk
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Lizard Folk: Well, The Lizard.
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: When he recognizes the murderer of his uncle as the man he allowed to escape earlier.
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New Tech Is Not Cheap
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New Tech Is Not Cheap: Twice with film and comicbook canons, with the expenses of web chemicals and the films' plot-related illegal fusion research spurring on crime.
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The Chosen Many
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The Chosen Many: According to Araña's series and the The Other, Grim Hunt, Spider Island, and Spider-Verse arcs, Peter is one of a group of arachnid-themed super-powered individuals empowered by a mystical force called the Web of Life, and is the Champion of the totemic spider deity behind the Web of Life, succeeding Ezekiel Sims and to be succeeded by Anya Corizon in the event he turns evil.
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Canon Discontinuity
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Canon Discontinuity: A one-off special on child abuse revealing that Peter had been sexually abused.
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The Notable Numeral
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The Notable Numeral: The Sinister Six.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Flash Thompson is the current host of Venom, since S.H.I.E.L.D. decided that just the Venom symbiote EXISTING made him the greatest threat on Earth.
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Animated Adaptation
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Animated Adaptation: This could take a while... The 1967 adaptation, which introduced the famous "Does whatever a spider can" theme song. A Spider-Woman cartoon, courtesy of Depatie Freleng Enterprises, aired from 1979-1980. Spider-Man (1981), which was most famous for having him meet up with Doctor Doom repeatedly. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, which aired around the same time as the above series, saw the webhead team up with Iceman and Firestar, and is much better-known nowadays. Spider-Man: The Animated Series was pretty much John Semper doing the best he could with horrible animation, censorship and Executive Meddling. Nonetheless, the series has remained the Spider-Man animated adaptation for many fans, with Christopher Daniel Barnes' portrayal of the character often considered one of the best. Spider-Man Unlimited was a sequel-but-not-really to the above series, which sees Spider-Man hopping aboard a spaceship to Counter-Earth, fighting alongside new allies and running into high-tech, futuristic versions of his classic rogues gallery. Notable for ending on a Cliffhanger. Spider-Man: The New Animated Series blended CGI and cel-shading to create a unique form of animation. The series itself is set immediately after the events of the first Sam Raimi film, though its sequels would later render it Canon Discontinuity. The Spectacular Spider Man is the first animated Spider-Man series to focus his time as a teenager in high school, as it was originally in the comics. The show is also widely considered an Adaptation Distillation as it stays true to the comics (through using a lot of elements from the original Spider-Man comics that were written by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko; the show brought in characters, story lines, and plot elements with a similar balance of action, drama and comedy as well as a high school setting) in addition to utilizing material from all eras of the comic's run and other sources such as the more recent the Ultimate Spider-Man comics and the Sam Raimi movies, making a Spider-Man cartoon that is very popular and recognizable to both older and younger fans. Ultimate Spider-Man is very loosely adapted from the comic book with the same name while using some elements from the 616 and Marvel Cinematic Universe. Aiming for a more comedic tone than its predecessors, the series tries its best to put a different spin on all the old characters and try to bring in something new. Marvel's Spider-Man, Disney's newest foray into adapting the Spider-Man mythos for younger audiences. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spidey's first animated feature-length film.
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Unlucky Everydude
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Unlucky Everydude: This is just putting it very lightly for Peter. He isn't just unlucky, but his poor luck almost seems to seep onto anyone he meets.
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Super Strength
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Super Strength: Heavily Depending on the Writer. Spider-Man has occasionally struggled with much lighter weights, and on other occasions has achieved far greater feats. Spider-Man can go from struggling to match Daredevil or Captain America (who are a lot weaker, Daredevil in particular isn't even in the Superhuman range, though they are more skilled fighters and Peter holds back) or struggling to stop a limo with the help of Luke Cage to supporting a portion of the Daily Bugle. The Mighty Thor has confessed that Spider-Man boasts vast strength, for a mortal.
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Entitled Bastard
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Entitled Bastard: J. Jonah Jameson manages to constantly paint Spider-Man in a negative light, create Scorpion, gets into fights and kidnappings with other villains - and Spidey still covers for him every time.
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Big Brother Mentor
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Big Brother Mentor: Daredevil has been this to Spider-Man from time to time. Overlaps with Heterosexual Life-Partners. Likewise originally Johnny Storm.
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Chronic Hero Syndrome
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Chronic Hero Syndrome: Justified in that he blames himself for his inaction with Uncle Ben when he could have saved him just by stopping the robber earlier, he takes this to the logical extreme and even other superheroes think he needs a vacation at times.
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Knockout Gas
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Knockout Gas: Enemies of Spider-Man have used it from time to time. Mysterio, Kraven, the Chameleon, the Hobgoblins, and Green Goblins are all culprits. Lampshaded in "The Amazing Spider-Man #46", Just as Spider-Man is wondering where to start looking for The Shocker (A vibration based villain) He spots a cop in a police call box reporting strange tremors, causing Peter to say.
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Our dashing hero normally makes You Fight Like a Cow remarks, which never fails to piss off his enemies - and he very well knows this. Venom too, though he's much more of a Large Ham spewing out Black Comedy.
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Unsound Effect
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Unsound Effect: A very recent battle with Mysterio gave us "Groing". For a groin shot. Also counts as a Crowning Moment Of Funny.
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Dork in a Sweater
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Dork in a Sweater: Peter Parker often wore sweaters before being bitten by the spider. He rarely does after until it gets cold (New York remember).
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Coming-of-Age Story
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Coming-of-Age Story: In nearly all his incarnations: Comics scholars generally see Amazing Fantasy #15 to Amazing Spider-Man #149 (the Lee-Ditko, Lee-Romita, and Conway-Romita era) as an extended coming of age saga where Peter Parker gets superpowers at age 15, briefly uses them for profit, then after failing to help stop a criminal who later kills his Uncle Ben, making him commit so becoming a Superhero and learn responsibility by becoming the caretaker and provider for his Aunt May, working for a living, and going to high school at the same time. The "Master Planner" arc was the period in which Peter ended his youth and became a college-going young adult, he would later form a serious relationship with Gwen Stacy before additional tragedy ends up leading to a loss of innocence, where his adult social circle is marked by tragedy and broken friendships (Gwen and Harry respectively). Most notably, Conway's final issue in his run, Issue 149, has Peter finally passing his rite of passage when it ends with what is strongly implied to be him and MJ having sex together, finally losing his virginity and becoming a man. Adaptations tend to follow similar beats even when it is restricted to selected periods (his high school period and occassionally but rarely his college). Modern versions such as Ultimate Marvel and the MCU has Spider-Man trying to go from small steps hero to a bigger kind of hero working for the Ultimates or the Avengers.
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Portable Hole
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Portable Hole: The Spot's main gimmick (due to a Freak Lab Accident, of course).
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The Anticipator
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The Anticipator: Spidey is fond of abusing his Spider-Sense for this purpose; he can sense when someone, especially an enemy someone, is coming, and can quickly set up a nice little alleyway confrontation with them. Or simply just not be surprised when someone's behind him; his Spider-Sense averts this trope happening fully to him for the same reason of his power being able to sense when someone hostile is lurking about.
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Personal Horror
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Personal Horror: The origin story involves this, as Uncle Ben's death is indirectly caused by Peter's irresponsibility.
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Demand Overload
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Demand Overload: In universe. When Spider-Man publicly revealed his secret identity, the Internet broke down because too many people were trying to do a name search on "Peter Parker" simultaneously.
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Waif-Fu
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Waif-Fu: For all that Spider-Man is a full-blown Lightning Bruiser by any human measure his agility and combat precognition lends itself to this fighting style. It is especially noticeable when the wiry fellow of middling height deals with massive behemoths that seriously outclass him in the bruiser category.
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The Gimmick
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The Gimmick: Spidey possesses several: The Spider theme, the quick wit, and, out of universe, One of Us.
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Genius Bruiser
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Genius Bruiser: Spider-Man is one of the highest skilled students in his schools, and with spider-DNA in his blood he can beat the piss out of foes. In fact, he's a rare case of the genius Lightning Bruiser but without the size.
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Alliterative Name
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Alliterative Name: Stan Lee, Spidey's creator, was the Trope Codifier for the trend, because he found names easier to keep track of if he used alliteration as a mnemonic. Examples include: Betty Brant, Curt Connors, Spencer Smythe, Glory Grant, J. Jonah Jameson, John Jameson, Otto Octavius, Peter Parker, Randy Robertson. Randy's father Joe might also count, since his nickname is "Robbie".
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Big Applesauce
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Big Applesauce: While New York City is home for a lot of Marvel superheroes, this is his Neighborhood where he does his Friendly stuff. While he can battle the cosmic fights like Fantastic Four, the global fights like The Avengers, and the mystic fights like Doctor Strange, Spidey will always be seen webslinging across the Manhattan skyline.
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Life Drinker
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Life Drinker: Morlun belongs to a race, the Ancients, that maintain immortality by draining life energy from people, especially people who are an animalistic totem.
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Badass Bookworm
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Badass Bookworm: Spider-Man is a superhumanly skilled acrobat with danger-based precognition and superhuman strength and resiliency (including an ability to block out pain better than ordinary humans). He's also got a high I.Q. and a natural affinity for science.
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You Are Better Than You Think You Are
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You Are Better Than You Think You Are: For all of his strength and speed, Peter beats himself up to the extreme whenever he fails to save someone, or even when people get hurt while he's fighting one or many supervillains, so he has to be reminded of this at times, usually by Mary Jane, but sometimes by people like Logan or Captain America.
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Let's You and Him Fight
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Let's You and Him Fight: Most new and old Marvel characters have fought Spidey at least once.
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Artifact Domination
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Artifact Domination: When Spider-Man first came into possession of his symbiotic costume he was unaware that it was a living entity. The symbiote, coming from a fairly violent species, slowly twisted Spidey into a more violent version of himself until he realized what was going on and got rid of it. Several other symbiotes exist in the Marvel Universe and the symbiote is a danger to take over its host. However most of these symbiotes have found sympathetic hosts, so it's not known how much influence they exert or how much is the host's own appetite for destruction. After leaving Spider-Man the first symbiote found Eddie Brock whose own hatred of Spider-Man and violent temper were a better fit. Another symbiote found violent serial killer Cletus Kasady and became Carnage, a mass-murdering supervillain. After Eddie Brock rejected the symbiote, he auctioned it off to Don Fortunato who gives it to his under-achieving son Angelo, hoping the power of the symbiote will finally make him into something. However when Angelo becomes frightened of his newfound power and refuses to kill a weakened Spider-Man, the symbiote abandons him. Agent Venom (Flash Thompson) is only allowed to wear the suit for 48 hours at a time precisely so it cannot take control of his mind.
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From Zero to Hero
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From Zero to Hero: Spider-Man was just a scrawny teenager named Peter Parker until he was bitten by a radioactive spider. Gifted with a platter of spider-based powers, he eventually becomes one of the most recognized (if not always respected) superheroes in the world.
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Shout-Out
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Shout Out: Probably the most of any Marvel character outside of Deadpool, as Spider-Man's quippy nature and slight geekiness makes these easy. It goes far enough that at one point when he shows up in Runaways, and the characters begin to say "Look! It's—" he interrupts with "That's right... I'm Batman."
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Freudian Excuse
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Freudian Excuse: Several villains were revealed to have these in their backstories. The trope is applied literally in the cases of Doctor Octopus and Electro, who had coddling and stifling mothers, respectively.
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Spiders Are Scary
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Spiders Are Scary: Subverted by his fun-loving wise-cracking personality (unless he's fighting somebody who has seriously pissed him off). That said, his superhuman athletic moves and ability to catch foes by surprise can inspire fear, particularly among common mooks.
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Toxic Waste Can Do Anything
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Batwing is a young boy who was exposed to toxic waste in Carlsbad Caverns, causing him to become bat-like. Despite his monstrous appearance, he's still just a child, and Spider-Man tries to protect him from those who hate and fear him.
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Innocence Lost
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Comics scholars generally see Amazing Fantasy #15 to Amazing Spider-Man #149 (the Lee-Ditko, Lee-Romita, and Conway-Romita era) as an extended coming of age saga where Peter Parker gets superpowers at age 15, briefly uses them for profit, then after failing to help stop a criminal who later kills his Uncle Ben, making him commit so becoming a Superhero and learn responsibility by becoming the caretaker and provider for his Aunt May, working for a living, and going to high school at the same time. The "Master Planner" arc was the period in which Peter ended his youth and became a college-going young adult, he would later form a serious relationship with Gwen Stacy before additional tragedy ends up leading to a loss of innocence, where his adult social circle is marked by tragedy and broken friendships (Gwen and Harry respectively). Most notably, Conway's final issue in his run, Issue 149, has Peter finally passing his rite of passage when it ends with what is strongly implied to be him and MJ having sex together, finally losing his virginity and becoming a man.
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Useless Spleen
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Useless Spleen: In the novel The Venom Factor, Venom states that when he finds whoever is responsible for the murders (that Venom is being wrongly accused of) he will eat his spleen. Spider-Man comments that this is an odd choice of organ to target and that Venom likely doesn't even know where someone's spleen is.
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Cloudcuckoolander
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Cloudcuckoolander: Mary Jane, in her earliest appearances, and her ridiculous lingo. It was the 1960's, but nobody ever talked like that, ever. Nobody outside a straitjacket, anyways... White Rabbit is another example of this trope.
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Upbringing Makes the Hero
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Upbringing Makes the Hero: Thanks to Uncle Ben and Aunt May. To drive the point home: in Bullet Points, the very same upbringing sans Uncle Ben (and, therefore, without a fatherly figure) resulted in Peter being a total jerk instead.
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Action Series
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Action Series: One of the most well-known bits of escapist fiction to date, and no doubt one of the most flagrant examples of the trope.
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Second Super-Identity
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Second Super-Identity: Spider-Man did this as an entire group of heroes. When Spider-Man was accused of murder during the "Identity Crisis" storyline, he temporarily adopted four other costumed identities to allow him to continue fighting crime without appearing as Spider-Man: Hornet, Prodigy, Ricochet and Dusk. Eventually these personae were adopted by other heroes, creating The Slingers.
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Pro Wrestling Is Real
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Pro Wrestling Is Real / Pro Wrestling Episode: When Spider-Man first got his powers, he entered a wrestling tournament and beat a wrestler by the name of Crusher Hogan. Interestingly enough, Crusher came back years later, publicly stated that wrestling was fake, and that he purposefully threw the fight to Spidey.
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Starving Student
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Ultimate Spider-Man takes this further (on account of Bendis being a more liberal figure than either Lee or Ditko were). Uncle Ben and Aunt May are ex-hippies with May still proud of her arrest record over a protest. When Peter tells Aunt May that Norman Osborn is a bad guy, Aunt May quotes Ben about how every rich person he knew acquired it illegally. A number of Peter's enemies, such as the Shocker, are Starving Student whose work was hijacked by corporations, the Kingpin owns Spider-Man's intellectual property and can buy his way out of a video showing him killing a man, and likewise Peter's own father Richard Parker had his life's work (the Venom suit intended to cure cancer) defunded and complicated because corporations wanted to make it into weapons.
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If I Had a Nickel
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If I Had a Nickel: Spidey responding to a threat made by the Green Goblin during the "Goblins at the Gate" arc.
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Delivery Not Desired
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Delivery Not Desired: Peter records a message to the deceased Gwen Stacy, reflecting on his time with her and explaining she's the reason he's always a bit blue around Valentine's Day. When his wife Mary Jane hears him, rather than be upset that he's talking to his lost love, she understands and asks him to say hello for her.
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Wring Every Last Drop out of Him
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Wring Every Last Drop Out Of Her: Aunt May has been on the verge of death for four decades.
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PerpetualTourist
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Perpetual Tourist: In one story, Mysterio's ultimate goal when he takes over the Maggia is to grab as much money as he can, and "buy an island in the tropics where I can sit under palm trees and drink things out of coconuts".
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Close on Title
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Close on Title: "The Night That Gwen Stacy Died" does not show its title and splash panel until the last page, in order to prevent readers from finding out too early which Spider-Man character Marvel decided to kill off.
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Elemental Shapeshifter
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Elemental Shapeshifter: The villain Hydro Man can transform all or part of his body into water. Similarly, Sandman has the ability to change his body into sand. At one point the two got mushed together into a monster called Mud Man.
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Comes Great Responsibility
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Comes Great Responsibility: Trope Namer, of course.
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Friendly Neighborhood Spider
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Friendly Neighborhood Spider: Invoked with Spider-Man, a superhero with a spider-theme, who also has the Red Baron of being "Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man", usually being nice to people and being the savior of New York countless times. Also, this is extended to various of his spider-allies as well as his Alternate Continuities alter-ego (as well as his allies like Spider-Gwen).
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Breakout Character
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As Marvel's Breakout Character, Spider-Man became the company mascot and in the early issues often appeared in multiple titles, predating Wolverine by more than a decade having passed even Wolverine and Deadpool in over-saturation as he is now either a member or guest-starring with the three big teams in the Marvel Universe—including the X-Men, the Avengers (both teams), and the new Fantastic Four (known as the FF); plus his own book is released twice a month.
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Anime Hair
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Anime Hair: Andy is a recent example, especially in his Alpha persona while using his powers.
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Hand Wave
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Hand Wave: A rather famous excuse for whenever people ask where Spider-Man could be swinging from with no building in sight is that his webline is attached to an off-panel/offscreen helicopter.
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Don't Tell Mama
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Don't Tell Mama: The original Green Goblin uses his last words to beg Parker not to tell his son about who he was. Sandman keeps his mother in the dark about his criminal activities, and Spider-Man goes to some lengths to keep Aunt May ignorant of his identity as well.
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Thousand-Yard Stare
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Thousand-Yard Stare: Andy, immediately after Spider-Man de-powers him.
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Animal Motifs
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Animal Motifs: Spidey and a good portion of his rogues gallery, to wit: the Vulture, the Chameleon, the Scorpion, the Rhino, the Beetle, the Jackal, Dr. Octopus. Likewise, Kraven the Hunter, while not having animal powers famously wears a jacket made out of lion fur. Sometimes lampshaded in stories such as JMS' Spider-Man, and other times deliberately invoked in-universe with Scorpion, who received his powers and codename so he could hunt Spider-Man: in real life, scorpions prey on spiders.
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Magnetism Manipulation
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Magnetism Manipulation: The villain Electro once had this as his main power. Where he was able to negate his weakness to water by making them evaporate with electromagnetism before it touches him. he was also able to paralyze people by overcharging their synapses with it. Otherwise, his normal Shock and Awe powers had basic electromagnetic capabilities which he used for things like Wall Crawl and fast travel on metal objects.
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The Real Heroes
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In the Lee-Ditko era, wealthy characters are shown as being jerks of some kind or other (Harry Osborn, Gwen Stacy, J. Jonah Jameson, Norman Osborn) with the only exceptions being academics and professionals (such as the doctor who operates Aunt May in "if this be my destiny..." who makes it clear that he sees Peter as a real hero compared to Spider-Man). This got played down in the Lee-Romita era where Peter has friendly relations with the Osborns, romances Gwen and befriends her father George Stacy, but even then, and especially when Gerry Conway came on board, Peter is presented as a foil for Harry, the poor up-and-coming kid as opposed to the rich kid who is nothing without his father's name and inheritance, which leads him to turn to drugs to cope with his insecurity.
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Determinator
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Determinator: No matter how hard he gets beat down, or how bad his life can get, Peter never gives up. He's the page image for the Comic Book section of this trope for a reason.
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: If he is not portrayed as a full-blown adult, he is almost always portrayed a teen - this was also the case with his earliest stories as well.
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Sidekick
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Sidekick: Spider-Man was notable as one of the first teenage Superheroes to not be a sidekick, but a full-fledged Superhero in his own right. In his early run, he did everything on his own, without relying on confidants like Alfred or Robin, making his own web-shooters and doing his own crime research, and enjoying the reputation of being a lone-wolf weirdo among the superhero community. Of course, Spider-Man tried to join a team, the Fantastic Four (The Avengers weren't invented yet) but he got turned down because Reed insisted that they were a family and not a team (years later, he did join the Future Foundation) and despite being offered a place in The Avengers later on, he turned it down because he felt it would come in the way of helping his Aunt May. Though he normally works alone (except during team-ups obviously), writers have entertained the idea of giving Spidey a sidekick of his own, most recent being Alpha, though it never lasts. In his team-up with Miles Morales, the latter played junior partner to him and is presently New York's street-level Spider-Man while Peter is running Parker Industries. Spider-Man's non-sidekick status gets diluted a little in Alternate Continuity like Ultimate Marvel and Marvel Cinematic Universe where Peter is designated as officially in "apprentice status" to either Nick Fury and SHIELD or to Tony Stark, and in the case of the latter, has his suit and equipment handed to him by Tony Stark. In any Superhero team-up, Spider-Man nearly always defers to a senior whether its Reed Richards, the Thing, Captain America, Wolverine and especially Iron Man. The exceptions include Daredevil (where they are often equal partners somewhat echoing the Superman and Batman World's Finest dynamic) but in either case, Spider-Man has never been a team leader.
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Cloning Blues
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Cloning Blues: Let's start with The Clone Saga.
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Concepts Are Cheap
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Concepts Are Cheap: In lesser stories, "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility" becomes this. It was never really Peter's Badass Creed as later comics and adaptations made it out to be. It was just a caption voiced by the narrator in Amazing Fantasy #15 in classic Stan Lee dated Purple Prose. But the attempt to make this Spider-Man's ethos often leads to much fuzziness about what powers and responsibilities means, leading to much Informed Attribute.
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Lost in Imitation
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Lost in Imitation: On account of Spider-Man's adaptation into diverse movies, games, cartoons and even newspaper strips, which take a Compressed Adaptation and Composite Character approach, many elements get lost in the process. Not helping is when elements from these adaptations became Canon Immigrant. This tends to polarize Spider-Man's fanbase and it's partially to correct this, that recent stories like Spider-Verse were put into effect. The end result is that depending on where you start from, you end up having a different Spider-Man in your head. For many people, before Sam Raimi's films, especially internationallynote Marvel comics in its back issues didn't always publish regularly and serially in The '80s and The Nineties around the globe and even then the decades of continuity and ongoing stories made it hard for newcomers to get into, their main exposure to Spider-Man was Stan Lee's newspaper strip that was published and syndicated in many newspapers around the world. It was in this newspaper that Spider-Man first married Mary-Jane Watson. In this strip, which is Lighter and Softer than the regular continuity, Peter Parker is an Experienced Protagonist who is Happily Married and his dynamic with MJ is closer to Nick and Nora rather than the Wet Blanket Wife she was in the mainstream comics. Most of the action has Peter working for JJJ at the Daily Bugle as a photographer (when Peter had taken a variety of jobs in 616 continuity). Eventually the marriage went from the newspaper strip to the main comics continuity, and for a long time, Peter became known for being the most famous superhero who was a married man, which explains the backlash with One More Day. Until very recently, most audiences who knew of Spider-Man tended to see Mary Jane as his Lois Lane and never even knew about Gwen Stacy (or Betty Brant, or Liz Allan), except through the internet. The Spider-Girl comics likewise established the most famous Legacy Character of Peter's at the time to be his daughter with MJ. The reason is that most of the cartoon adaptations and Sam Raimi's movies had established her as Peter's true love and the fact that Gwen Stacy had died was something that censorship would not allow kids cartoons to put across. Gwen Stacy's fame as a murder victim in regular continuity is further diluted with her appearance as a supporting character in The Spectacular Spider Man and the success of Spider-Gwen and the upcoming animated series where she has spider-powers from the start. Likewise, for most people who come to the character from the newspaper strip or follow the regular continuity, Spider-Man hasn't been a Kid Hero or high-school student since his early issues. He graduated from high school to college similar to Marvel Comics Early Installment Weirdness where they averted Comic-Book Time and had characters age and progress. However, cartoons and movies by focusing on his origins tends to paint him as that. Brian Michael Bendis' popular Ultimate Spider-Man wrote 200 issues with Peter still not graduating high school and the series ended without him graduating. The upcoming MCU Trilogy is also planned to focus and be set mostly in Spider-Man's teenage years, albeit Reimagining the Artifact slightly.
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Crossover
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Both played straight and subverted in the Crossover with the Transformers. Straight with Megatron, who captures Spidey and uses his radioactive blood to form a special isotope that can supercharge transformers. Subverted with Spidey, who was the one Strapped to an Operating Table as the Decepticons stole his blood. Spidey still managed to crack a few jokes.
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Big Damn Heroes
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Big Damn Heroes: Spider-Man has been on both sides of this trope, either showing up at the last minute to pull off an amazing rescue (Amazing Spider-Man #261 is just one of many examples), or being bailed out by his superhero buddies, such as when the Sinister Twelve were about to kill him.
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Wall Crawl: Spidey may actually be the Trope Namer for this trope - "Wall-Crawler" has been one of his nicknames for decades.
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Popularity Power
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Popularity Power: How Spidey gets to beat the really tough villains and heroes. Somewhat justified by the fact that, as pointed out on this page, when he really goes all-out, he's a lot more capable and dangerous than he seems to be at first glance. Also why Mary Jane Watson remains the most iconic of all of Peter's girlfriends no matter what writers and editors do; even Stan Lee couldn't manage to do anything about it.
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Building Swing
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Building Swing: Spider-Man's usual mode of travel around the city, natch.
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Climb, Slip, Hang, Climb
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Climb, Slip, Hang, Climb: Ordinarily, this never happens to Spider-Man for obvious reasons, but it does turn up in stories where he loses one or more of his powers and has to fake it.
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Pick on Someone Your Own Size: Most of the villains Spider-Man met when he was a teenager only developed a hatred for him after he kept getting in their way. One notable exception was the Green Goblin, who intended to make an impression on the New York mobs by capturing Spider-Man, who he thought would be an easy target. It all went downhill from there.
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Phlegmings
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Phlegmings: Just about every time Venom or some other symbiote-based character appears.
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Spider Limbs
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Spider Limbs: Firstly, there's arch enemy Doctor Octopus. Then there's the Powered Armour Tony Stark gives Spider-Man in the Civil War. There's also Midnight Sons rogue Spider-X, who has boney spider-limbs. Pre-dating the Civil War Iron Spider armor, a possible future Spider-Man was shown to be a genius with Powered Armor using a similar system to Doc Ock's. Interestingly, the future Goblin serving as his nemesis had equivalent technology on her armor as well. Spider-Man once had a teenage fanboy who built himself a set of mechanical spider legs and tried to become Spidey's sidekick. Since he was a clumsy, out-of-shape teenager with no combat experience, it was a good thing that Spider-Man was able to talk him out of it before he hurt himself. A few years later, he reemerged as the Steel Spider, having gotten into shape and learned some hand-to-hand fighting ability in the interim. After beating up some guys who'd attacked his girlfriend, he decided to hang up the costume but then reemerged during the Civil War on the anti-registration side. His super-hero career apparently ended when he fought the Thunderbolts and Venom bit off and ate one of his arms and he was imprisoned in the Negative Zone. The Superior Spider-Man has added similar waldoes to his second costume. Makes sense, since he's actually Doctor Octopus after stealing Spidey's body and life. They are destroyed during the "Goblin Nation" arc. The third and fourth Spider-Woman both possessed these at different points. Originally they were a power of Charlotte Witter (Spider-Woman IV), as a result of genetic manipulation by Doc Ock. After a lot of back-and-forth power-stealing, the limbs — along with the other powers of all three other "Spider-Women" — ended up with Mattie Franklin (Spider-Woman III). This has happened to Spidey before, but he managed to cure his condition thanks to the help of Dr. Curt Connors (a.k.a. the Lizard).
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Spider-Sense
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It makes sense considering that the Spider-Sense is not infallible. Pete has misinterpreted it at times and been too distracted or in too bad of a condition to pick up on it clearly at other times. It is danger precognition... not omniscience. At one point it was triggered by his own sneezing when he was suffering a truly awful cold.
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Psycho Electro
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Psycho Electro: It's a guy named Electro. Of course he's an insane bastard.
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Aside Comment: The cover of The Spectacular Spider-Man #246 has 4 bizarre looking villains called the Legion of Losers. It also has Spider-Man turning to look at the reader and saying "You've gotta be kidding!". See it here◊.
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Da Editor
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Da Editor: J. Jonah Jameson, who is probably the most famous example of this trope by far - even serving as its page image.
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Can't Stop the Signal
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Can't Stop the Signal: The What If? issue "What If Gwen Stacy Had Lived?" concludes with a reversal of this trope, in that it's the villain who sends information to the press rather than the hero. The Green Goblin posts evidence of Spider-Man's Secret Identity to the hero's "second-greatest enemy": J. Jonah Jameson.
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Driven to Villainy
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Driven to Villainy: Several, most notably Lizard and most strongly Hobgoblin 2112.
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Wouldn't Hit a Girl
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Wouldn't Hit a Girl: When he first met Princess Python, Spidey lamented that he couldn't hit her. It was the 1960's, after all. Later averted with female villains like Moonstone, Shriek, Nebula and Titania, who Spidey doesn't hold back against.
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Beware the Nice Ones
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Beware the Nice Ones: Spidey is entirely well-meaning, but in times of severe stress and/or provocation (such as Gwen Stacy's death), he will often fly into Unstoppable Rage, which invariably ends very painfully for the target of that rage. Basically, when he's not wisecracking, the villains had best watch out. Logan once made some insensitive remarks about Mary Jane. In response, Pete put Logan through Mr. Stark's "unbreakable" glass windows from the umpteenth floor. Good Thing You Can Heal indeed. Super Power Beatdown showed perfectly how dangerous Spidey can be. During his fight with Darth Maul, he uses his Spider Sense and agility to constantly dodge a Force user's lightsaber attacks. However, when the Symbiote bonds with Spidey again, The Gloves Come Off and it doesn't take Spidey three seconds to use his senses and agility to have Maul cut off his own head.
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Briefer Than They Think: For all the emphasis in movies and TV shows on Spider-Man as a Kid Hero in high school, Peter graduated from high school and went to college, (the fictitious Empire State University) in Issue 28 of the Lee/Ditko Run. The classic period of Spider-Man as Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World lasted a very short time indeed and the vast majority of his stories since his first publication is as an early 20s young man. It feels longer because adaptations, have always emphasized the high-school element to the point that it has led to Lost in Imitation. Brian Michael Bendis took this to the logical extreme in the Ultimate Spider-Man comics where 200 plus issues are written and completed without Peter or his class graduating from high school. The alien costume period. Spidey started wearing the black costume in 1984 and wore it until 1988 and it is immortalized in notable stories like "The Death of Jean DeWolff" and "Kraven's Last Hunt," cementing it in fans' minds as a long term thing. But in all of those stories the costume was actually cloth. The actual alien costume was first worn in #252 and was removed in #258 before making a one-issue return in Web of Spider-Man #1. In fact, by the time the issue of Secret Wars showing how he got the costume was published he had already ditched the costume and was using the cloth copy.
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Master of Disguise
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Master of Disguise: Chameleon, impersonating Spidey in the first issue. He wears exquisitely made latex masks, is a skilled mimic, and his own mask is equipped with voice changer software.
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Depending on the Writer
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Very much downplayed in the greater scheme of things since he tends to be one of the younger heroes on display. To make up for that fact, it is commonly acknowledged that he is extraordinarily experienced as a superhero, especially so for his age. Since he started at 15-16 or so, he has spent at least a decade, including his formative years, fighting evil on a nearly constant basis. Hence comes the wisdom of handing him the reins in a pinch.
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Bragging Theme Tune
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Bragging Theme Tune: Sing along, kids! Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, any size. Catches thieves, just like flies. Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man.
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Adaptation Distillation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptation Name Change / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptation Origin Connection / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptational Angst Upgrade / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptational Intelligence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptational Job Change / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptational Nationality / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptational Self-Defense / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adaptive Armor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Adipose Rex / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Advancing Boss of Doom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Advertising-Only Continuity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Aesop Amnesia / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Aesop Collateral Damage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Affectionate Nickname / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Affirmative Action Legacy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Age Lift / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Air-Vent Passageway / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alas, Poor Yorick / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alertness Blink / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Aliens Are Bastards / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
All Hail the Great God Mickey! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
All-Loving Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
All There in the Stinger / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
All Your Powers Combined / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Almighty Janitor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Almighty Mom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alternate Company Equivalent / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alternate Continuity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alternate Identity Amnesia / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Amazon Chaser / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
And Show It to You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
And You Thought It Would Fail / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Animal Motifs / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Animal-Themed Superbeing / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Antagonist Title / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anti-Climactic Unmasking / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anti-Escapism Aesop / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anti-Magic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
April Fools' Day / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Arachnid Appearance and Attire / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Arbitrary Skepticism / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Arc Fatigue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Arc Welding / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Archive Panic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Armed Legs / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Art-Style Dissonance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artifact Domination / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artistic Age / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artistic License – Economics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artistic License – Nuclear Physics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artistic License – Paleontology / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ascended Fanboy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Asleep in Class / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Atlas Pose / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Atrocious Alias / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Attack Drone / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Attractive Bent-Gender / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Audience Surrogate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Author Avatar / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Avenging the Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Awesome, Dear Boy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
BFG / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Babies Ever After / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Back for the Dead / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bad is Good and Good is Bad / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bad Powers, Good People / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bad Santa / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Biker / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Cape / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Fingersnap / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Teacher / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bald of Evil / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Banana in the Tailpipe / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bare-Handed Blade Block / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Basement-Dweller / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bat Family Crossover / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bat People / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Battle Amongst the Flames / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beam Me Up, Scotty! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beast Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bed Trick / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Being Evil Sucks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Benevolent Boss / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beta Test Baddie / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Better Than a Bare Bulb / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beware My Stinger Tail / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beware the Quiet Ones / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Blackout / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Bra to Fill / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Brother Mentor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Ego, Hidden Depths / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big, Screwed-Up Family / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big, Thin, Short Trio / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bizarre Alien Senses / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Black Sheep / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blatant Lies / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blind Seer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blob Monster / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bloodless Carnage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blow Gun / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blue Is Heroic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Born as an Adult / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Born Unlucky / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bouncing Battler / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boyish Short Hair / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brain Bleach / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brain–Computer Interface / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brains Evil, Brawn Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brainy Brunette / int_9c754612
 BrandNewDay
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 BrandNewDay
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breakout Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breakthrough Hit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breakup Breakout / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bridal Carry / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Briefer Than They Think / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brilliant, but Lazy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bring News Back / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Broken Ace / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brought Down to Badass / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brought Down to Normal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brown Bag Mask / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bullet Catch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Burger Fool / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Busman's Holiday / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
...But He Sounds Handsome / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
C-List Fodder / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cain and Abel / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Calling the Old Man Out / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Came Back Wrong / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cannot Spit It Out / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cannot Talk to Women / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Get Away with Nuthin' / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Hold His Liquor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Un-Hear It / int_9c754612
 CapePunk
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Captain Ersatz / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Car Fu / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Care-Bear Stare / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Carrying a Cake / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cartwright Curse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Casual Danger Dialog / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Catch a Falling Star / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Censored for Comedy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cerebus Call Back / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Changing Clothes Is a Free Action / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Shilling / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Tics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Witness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Charles Atlas Superpower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cheap Costume / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chekhov M.I.A. / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chekhov's Gag / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chekhov's Gunman / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chest Blaster / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chest Insignia / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Childhood Friends / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chrome Champion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chronic Hero Syndrome / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clark Kenting / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Class Clown / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Classical Anti-Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cleanup Crew / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clear My Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clear Their Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Climb, Slip, Hang, Climb / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clingy Jealous Girl / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clones Are People, Too / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Maniac / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Superman / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothing Damage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Code Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Coincidental Broadcast / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cold Flames / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Color Animal Codename / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Color Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Color Me Black / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combat Parkour / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combo Platter Powers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic Sutra / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Commercial Switcheroo / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Commitment Issues / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Complexity Addiction / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Confronting Your Imposter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Confusion Fu / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Conscience Makes You Go Back / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Conspiracy Thriller / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contagious Powers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contest Winner Cameo / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contested Sequel / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Continuity Drift / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Continuity Porn / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contrasting Sequel Main Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Conveniently an Orphan / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Kid-and-Loser Friendship / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Uncle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Corporate-Sponsored Superhero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Corrupt Corporate Executive / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cosmic Plaything / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Costume Copycat / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Costume Evolution / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Costumes Change Your Size / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cover Identity Anomaly / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Covered in Gunge / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Covers Always Lie / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cranky Landlord / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crazy Jealous Guy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Create Your Own Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Create Your Own Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creator's Favorite / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Critical Backlash / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Critical Psychoanalysis Failure / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crosshair Aware / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crossover Punchline / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crossover Ship / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cursed With Awesome / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cut Lex Luthor a Check / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute and Psycho / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cutlery Escape Aid / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cybernetics Eat Your Soul / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Da Editor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daddy's Little Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damsel in Distress / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dark Mistress / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dating Catwoman / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dating Do-Si-Do / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
David vs. Goliath / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daytime Drama Queen / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dead Alternate Counterpart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death by Origin Story / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death of a Thousand Cuts / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Decomposite Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deconstruction / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deconstructor Fleet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Demand Overload / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Demoted to Satellite Love Interest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Depraved Bisexual / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Derailing Love Interests / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Designated Love Interest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Destination Defenestration / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Destined Bystander / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Devil in Plain Sight / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dialog During Gameplay / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Differently Powered Individual / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disability-Negating Superpower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disappeared Dad / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disastrous Demonstration / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Discard and Draw / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disco Dan / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dishing Out Dirt / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disowned Adaptation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Displaced Origin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Distinction Without a Difference / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Divine Parentage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Do Not Call Me / int_9c754612
 DoctorOctopus
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 DoctorOctopus
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dodge the Bullet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Does He Have a Brother? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Does Not Know His Own Strength / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dog Pile of Doom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doing In the Scientist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dolled-Up Installment / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Domino Mask / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Don't Try This at Home / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doom Magnet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doomed by Canon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doppelgänger Replacement Love Interest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doppelgänger Spin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dork in a Sweater / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dork Knight / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Double In-Law Marriage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dream Episode / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dressed All in Rubber / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dressed in Layers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Driven to Madness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Driven to Villainy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Drone Deployer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
*Drool* Hello / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Drowning My Sorrows / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dull Surprise / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dumb Blonde / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dye Hard / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dying Alone / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dying Declaration of Love / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dynamic Entry / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Easy-Mode Mockery / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Education Through Pyrotechnics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Electric Slide / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elemental Powers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elite Mooks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Embarrassing Cover-Up / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Embarrassing First Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Embarrassing Nickname / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Embarrassing Rescue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Empathic Weapon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Empowered Badass Normal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy Civil War / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy-Detecting Radar / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy Mime / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Engineered Public Confession / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Entertainingly Wrong / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Entitled Bastard / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Epilogue Letter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Escapist Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Escort Mission / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Establishing Series Moment / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Estrogen Brigade / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evasive Fight-Thread Episode / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Costume Switch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Doppelgänger / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Hammy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Old Folks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Power Vacuum / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Redhead / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Twin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evilutionary Biologist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evolutionary Retcon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exactly What I Aimed At / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exactly What It Says on the Tin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Excuse Me While I Multitask / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Expendable Clone / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Face Palm of Doom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Failure-to-Save Murder / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fake Wizardry / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Falling into His Arms / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
False Soulmate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan Film / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fantastic Arousal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Feeling Oppressed by Their Existence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fetal Position Rebirth / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fight Magnet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Filk Song / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final Boss Preview / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Find the Cure! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Finger Poke of Doom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fingore / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
First Girl After All / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
First Law of Resurrection / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Five Stages of Grief / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flash Step / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flight, Strength, Heart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fluffy Tamer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fly in the Soup / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Follow That Car / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot About His Powers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot Flanders Could Do That / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot I Couldn't Swim / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot to Gag Him / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgotten First Meeting / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foul Flower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fountain of Memes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Four-Legged Insect / int_9c754612
 Fourth Wall Myopia
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Franchise Original Sin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Freak Lab Accident / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Free Prize at the Bottom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
French Jerk / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
French Maid Outfit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friend on the Force / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friend to All Children / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Fandoms / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Neighborhood Spider / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Rivalry / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Tickle Torture / int_9c75be32
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
From a Single Cell / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
From Zero to Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Frying Pan of Doom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Full-Body Disguise / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Future Imperfect / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gaslighting / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Generic Doomsday Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genetic Engineering Is the New Nuke / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genius Cripple / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genre Turning Point / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
George Jetson Job Security / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Give Geeks a Chance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giving Them the Strip / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glad-to-Be-Alive Sex / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glass Cannon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Feels Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Parents / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Thing You Can Heal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gosh Dang It to Heck! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grammar Nazi / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grandfather Clause / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Granny Classic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grave-Marking Scene / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gravity Barrier / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Great Big Gay Metaphor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Green and Mean / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gretzky Has the Ball / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guest Fighter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guns Are Worthless / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hair-Trigger Temper / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hand Behind Head / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hand-or-Object Underwear / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hand Wave / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Happily Married / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Head / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Light / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hate Plague / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hates Everyone Equally / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hates My Secret Identity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
He Also Did / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heart Is an Awesome Power / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heh Heh, You Said / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hell-Fire / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hereditary Hairstyle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hero Insurance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hero Killer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hero-Worshipper / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Build / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Bystander / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Fatigue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Host / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Resolve / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Second Wind / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Self-Deprecation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
He's Just Hiding! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hijacked by Ganon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
His Name Is... / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hollywood Dateless / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hollywood Homely / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hollywood Voodoo / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Home Field Advantage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hospitality for Heroes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
How Do I Shot Web? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
How Much More Can He Take? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humanity Is Infectious / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humanshifting / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humble Beginnings / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humble Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hunting the Most Dangerous Game / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hypocrite / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Am Legion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Approved This Message / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Cannot Self-Terminate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Can't Sense Their Presence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Hate Past Me / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Have Many Names / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Just Want to Be Special / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Just Want to Be You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Let Gwen Stacy Die / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Love Nuclear Power / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Shall Taunt You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Should Have Been Better / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Was Beaten by a Girl / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Was Quite a Looker / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Will Wait for You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ideal Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Identically Powered Team / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Ship Naming / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idiot Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
If I Can Only Move / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
If I Had a Nickel / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
If You Kill Him, You Will Be Just Like Him / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ignored Enemy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Imagination-Based Superpower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Imagine Spot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Impossibly Cool Clothes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Imposter Forgot One Detail / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Impoverished Patrician / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Improvised Parachute / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
In a Single Bound / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
In Love with Your Carnage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
In Medias Res / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
In the Hood / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
In the Style of... / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Incorruptible Pure Pureness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Incredible Shrinking Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Indy Ploy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inertia Is a Cruel Mistress / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Informed Attractiveness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inner Monologue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Insanity Defense / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Insecure Love Interest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Instant Costume Change / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interclass Friendship / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interpretative Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Intra-Franchise Crossover / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invincible Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Irrational Hatred / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Began with a Twist of Fate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Is Pronounced / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Only Works Once / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's a Small Net After All / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Personal / int_9c754612
 JMSSpider-Man
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jaded Washout / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jerk-to-Nice-Guy Plot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jock Dad, Nerd Son / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Junior Counterpart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Eat Gilligan / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Friends / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Think of the Potential / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kangaroos Represent Australia / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kid Hero All Grown-Up / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kid Sidekick / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill and Replace / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill It with Fire / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kinda Busy Here / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kirby Dots / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kissing Under the Influence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kneel Before Zod / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knockout Gas / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knows the Ropes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Factor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lantern Jaw of Justice / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Laser-Guided Amnesia / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Laser-Guided Tyke-Bomb / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Last Episode, New Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Late for School / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Laughing Mad / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lawful Evil / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lawful Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lethal Harmless Powers / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lightning Can Do Anything / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Like Parent, Like Spouse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Literal Split Personality / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Living Legend / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Living with the Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lizard Folk / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Characters / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Logical Weakness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Longer-Than-Life Sentence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loser Protagonist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lost in Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lost in Imitation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love to Hate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lovecraftian Superpower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loves My Alter Ego / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loving a Shadow / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Luckily, My Powers Will Protect Me / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lull Destruction / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Genetics / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magnetism Manipulation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magnum Opus Dissonance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Make It Look Like a Struggle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Make My Monster Grow / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Making a Splash / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Male Might, Female Finesse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Man of Kryptonite / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Man of Wealth and Taste / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Manic Pixie Dream Girl / int_9c754612
 Marvel2099
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 MarvelNemesisRiseOfTheImperfects
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Masquerading As the Unseen / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Master of Illusion / int_9c754612
 MaximumCarnage
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
May the Farce Be with You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mean Boss / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meaningful Release Date / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meaningful Rename / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mecha-Mooks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Loser / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mental Picture Projector / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mental World / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Merging Mistake / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Merlin Sickness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Messianic Archetype / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meta Guy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meta Twist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Metronomic Man Mashing / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Military Superhero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minecart Madness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mirror Match / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Misfit Lab Rat / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Missed Him by That Much / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mistaken for Racist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mistaken Identity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mister Big / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mister Muffykins / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mr. Seahorse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modesty Bedsheet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modesty Towel / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Momma's Boy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monochrome Casting / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monogender Monsters / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monowheel Mayhem / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook–Face Turn / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook Horror Show / int_9c754612
 Morbius
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Popular Spinoff / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Teeth than the Osmond Family / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muggle Best Friend / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muggle Sports, Super Athletes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multi-Armed and Dangerous / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multi-Armed Multitasking / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multilayer Façade / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Murder by Remote Control Vehicle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Murderous Thighs / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muscles Are Meaningful / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Beloved Smother / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Greatest Failure / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Little Panzer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Suit Is Also Super / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Name of Cain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Narrative Filigree / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Neck Snap / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nephewism / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nerds Love Tough Schoolwork / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never Hurt an Innocent / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never the Selves Shall Meet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Powers as the Plot Demands / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Season, New Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Super Power / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Newer Than They Think / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Fathers Allowed / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Going Steady / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Man of Woman Born / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Peripheral Vision / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Noble Demon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nobody Thinks It Will Work / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nom de Mom / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Action Big Bad / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nonchalant Dodge / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond / int_9c754612
 NormanOsborn
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Allowed to Grow Up / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Quite Flight / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not-So-Harmless Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nothing Personal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obfuscating Insanity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Odd Couple / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Odd Friendship / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Official Cosplay Gear / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Offing the Mouth / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oh, and X Dies / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Old Superhero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
On the Money / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Head Taller / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Hit Kill / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Last Job / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Mario Limit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One True Love / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Way Visor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only I Can Kill Him / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only the Creator Does It Right / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Open Secret / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ordinary High-School Student / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Orphanage of Fear / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Goblins Are Different / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Hero Is Dead / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Mermaids Are Different / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Werewolves Are Different / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out of the Inferno / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out with a Bang / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outdated Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outliving One's Offspring / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outside Ride / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Panda-ing to the Audience / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Panthera Awesome / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parents in Distress / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Partial Transformation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parting Words Regret / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Part-Time Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pensieve Flashback / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Personal Gain Hurts / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Perspective Flip / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pheromones / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum-Handling Equipment / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Phrase Catcher / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pink Girl, Blue Boy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pitiful Worms / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plague Doctor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Playful Hacker / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot Archaeology / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pompous Political Pundit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Poor Man's Substitute / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Poorly Disguised Pilot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Posthumous Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Creep, Power Seep / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Parasite / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Perversion Potential / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power-Upgrading Deformation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Powers as Programs / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pragmatic Villainy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Prehensile Tail / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Present Absence / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Press X to Die / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pretty Spry for a Dead Guy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pride / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Primal Stance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Primary-Color Champion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pro Wrestling Episode / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Progressively Prettier / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Prophecy Twist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Psycho Psychologist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Psycho Serum / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Puberty Superpower / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pulling the Rug Out / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Punch Catch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Punch! Punch! Punch! Uh Oh... / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pūnct'uatìon Sh'akër / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Purely Aesthetic Glasses / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Put on a Bus to Hell / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Put the "Laughter" in "Slaughter" / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Put Their Heads Together / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Qipao / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rape and Switch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Read the Fine Print / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Real World Episode / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reasonable Authority Figure / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rebellious Spirit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reckless Pacifist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Baron / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Herring / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Herring Mole / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Redhead in Green / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Redundant Rescue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reed Richards Is Useless / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reformed, but Rejected / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Refusal of the Call / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relationship Reset Button / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relative Button / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relatively Flimsy Excuse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Religion Is Magic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relocating the Explosion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remember the New Guy? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remember When You Blew Up a Sun? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Removed from the Picture / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reptiles Are Abhorrent / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reset Button / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Resign in Protest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retconjuration / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retired Monster / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Revenge / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Revenge Before Reason / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rhino Rampage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ridiculously Average Guy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Right-Hand Attack Dog / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ripple Effect-Proof Memory / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rival Turned Evil / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Robot Me / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rodents of Unusual Size / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery Showcase / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery Transplant / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Romantic Plot Tumor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sacrificial Lion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sadist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sadistic Choice / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Samaritan Syndrome / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Samus Is a Girl / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sanctuary of Solitude / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sand Blaster / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sanity Has Advantages / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sarcasm Failure / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Satellite Love Interest / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Save the Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Saying Too Much / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scarily Competent Tracker / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scary Black Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scary Squid / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Player Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Science Is Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Science-Related Memetic Disorder / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scream Discretion Shot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Screen-to-Stage Adaptation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Screw the Money, I Have Rules! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Seasonal Rot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Second Face Smoke / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Second Love / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secondary Color Nemesis / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secret Identity Change Trick / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secret Secret-Keeper / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
See You in Hell / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Seen It All / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Selective Obliviousness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Self-Made Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Escalation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Series Continuity Error / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Serrated Blade of Pain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sexier Alter Ego / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sexy Stewardess / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shadow Archetype / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Baggage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Identity Crisis / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Weapon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sheathe Your Sword / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shed the Family Name / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
She's Got Legs / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shocking Swerve / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shoo Out the Clowns / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shooting Superman / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shoryuken / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shutting Up Now / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Song / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Style / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signs of Disrepair / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Silliness Switch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Single-Issue Psychology / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sitcom Arch-Nemesis / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sitting on the Roof / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Slasher Smile / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sleeves Are for Wimps / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smoking Is Not Cool / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smug Super / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smurfette Breakout / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Snark-to-Snark Combat / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Soaperizing / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Socially Awkward Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Soft Glass / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Soft Water / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spandex, Latex, or Leather / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Speed Blitz / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Speed Echoes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spell My Name with a / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spell My Name with an / int_9c754612
 Spider-ManLovesMaryJane
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spider-Sense / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spiders Are Scary / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spiteful Suicide / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Split Personality / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Split-Personality Takeover / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spoiler Title / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spot the Imposter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spotting the Thread / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Square-Cube Law / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Star-Spangled Spandex / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Star Trek Movie Curse / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Starter Villain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stealth Hi/Bye / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stepping Out for a Quick Cup of Coffee / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Steven Ulysses Perhero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stock Footage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stock Shōnen Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story-Breaker Team-Up / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stranger Behind the Mask / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strong and Skilled / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strong as They Need to Be / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strong Family Resemblance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stupid Sexy Flanders / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suddenly Ethnicity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suicidal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Dickery / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superhero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Reflexes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Smoke / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Toughness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Zeroes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superhero Sobriquets / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superheroes Stay Single / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Supering in Your Sleep / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super-Powered Evil Side / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suppressed Rage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sure, Let's Go with That / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Surprise Jump / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Swallowed Whole / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Switching P.O.V. / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tailor-Made Prison / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Take Up My Sword / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Talking Is a Free Action / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Talking to Themself / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Taught by Experience / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Team Rocket Wins / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Technical Pacifist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Technicolor Ninjas / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teen Genius / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teeth Flying / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teleport Gun / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
10-Minute Retirement / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tentacled Terror / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thanks for the Mammary / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
That Thing Is Not My Child! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Ahnold / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Blank / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Brute / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Cape / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Character Ice Cream Bar / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Commissioner Gordon / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Confidant / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Dog Shot First / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The '80s / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Fashionista / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Friends Who Never Hang / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Gimmick / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Heart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Hero Dies / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Immune / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Last Thing You Ever See / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Man Behind the Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Munchausen / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Nicknamer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Only One Allowed to Defeat You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Phoenix / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Power of Hate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Problem with Licensed Games / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Real Remington Steele / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Resenter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Reveal Prompts Romance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Secret of Long Pork Pies / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Shadow Knows / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The '60s / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Spook / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Strength of Ten Men / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Teaser / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Topic of Cancer / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Unmasking / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Worf Barrage / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Their First Time / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Themed Stock Board Game / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thememobile / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
These Hands Have Killed / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
They Fight Crime! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thinking Out Loud / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
This Loser Is You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
¡Three Amigos! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Three-Point Landing / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Throw Down the Bomblet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Throwback Threads / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tie-In Novel / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Timey-Wimey Ball / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Title: The Adaptation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
To Be Continued... Right Now / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Token Evil Teammate / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Token Motivational Nemesis / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tomato in the Mirror / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Too Good for This Sinful Earth / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Totally Not a Werewolf / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Toy Time / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trainstopping / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Traintop Battle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Translation Train Wreck / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tricked-Out Shoes / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tricking the Shapeshifter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Triple Shifter / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trope Codifier / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tropical Epilogue / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Troubled, but Cute / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tuckerization / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Twice Shy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Twin Switch / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Two-Headed Coin / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Two-Person Love Triangle / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Two-Timer Date / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tyrant Takes the Helm / int_9c754612
 UltimateMarvel
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Under the Mistletoe / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Underestimating Badassery / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Undisclosed Funds / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unknown Rival / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unlikely Spare / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unpleasant Animal Counterpart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unsettling Gender Reveal / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unskilled, but Strong / int_9c754612
 UntoldTalesOfSpiderMan
processingCategory1
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unwanted Assistance / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unwanted Revival / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Uptight Loves Wild / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Use Your Head / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Useless Spleen / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ventriloquism / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Vertical Kidnapping / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Vice City / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Victory Fakeout / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Games of the 2000s / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain-Based Franchise / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Team-Up / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Teleportation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villainous Friendship / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villainous RROD / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villains Want Mercy / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Vindicated by History / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Violently Protective Girlfriend / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Virtual Training Simulation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Voice of the Legion / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Waif-Fu / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wall Crawl / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wall Jump / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
We Can Rebuild Him / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
We Used to Be Friends / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weak, but Skilled / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weakness Turns Her On / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weaponized Teleportation / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weekend Inventor / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weirdness Magnet / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
We're Still Relevant, Dammit! / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wet Blanket Wife / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
What Does She See in Him? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
What Have I Become? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who Would Want to Watch Us? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who's on First? / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wide-Eyed Idealist / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wife-Basher Basher / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Willfully Weak / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wily Walrus / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Winged Humanoid / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
With Great Power Comes Great Hotness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
With Us or Against Us / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wolf Man / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wolverine Publicity / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Womanliness as Pathos / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Worf Had the Flu / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Working-Class Hero / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Working Through the Cold / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of No Grandparents / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
World's Most Beautiful Woman / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wouldn't Hit a Girl / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wounded Gazelle Gambit / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Writer on Board / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Writing Around Trademarks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
X Called; They Want Their Y Back / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Yank the Dog's Chain / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Yellow Lightning, Blue Lightning / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Yiddish as a Second Language / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Yin-Yang Bomb / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Can Barely Stand / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Could Have Used Your Powers for Good / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Fight Like a Cow / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Have Outlived Your Usefulness / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Just Ruined the Shot / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Killed My Father / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Make Me Sic / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Were Trying Too Hard / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Your Cheating Heart / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Your Costume Needs Work / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
Your Tomcat Is Pregnant / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
hasFeature
You're Insane! / int_9c754612
 The Electric Company
seeAlso
Spider-Man (Franchise)
 MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (Video Game)
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 TheAmazingSpider-Man
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 TheAmazingSpiderMan2012
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 True Believers (Webcomic)
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 SpiderManCrawlspace
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-ManTheAnimatedSeries
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man: The Animated Series
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man: The New Animated Series
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Spider-Man (Franchise)
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Evil Wears Black / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Heartbroken Badass / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Husky Russkie / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Not the Fall That Kills You / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Resist the Beast / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Slave Mooks / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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The Load / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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The Matchmaker / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Too Happy to Live / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Trailer Delay / int_9c754612
 Spider-Man (Franchise)
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Vampire Vannabe / int_9c754612