Whos The Most Powerful Spider-Man In The Spider-Verse

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While most on-screen versions of Spider-Man portray him as the sole web-slinging superhero, Marvel Comics has included a slew of parallel realities throughout the years, several of which featured their own versions of the character. The majority of these parallel realities have their own versions of Peter Parker, even if those Peters are vastly different from the ones most people are familiar with.

61. Powerless Peter

This Marvel mini series Powerless was published back in 2004, and although it may not appear to be the most riveting of stories, it was regarded as a good read with outrageously cool art.

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The comic book’s idea is set in a world where superheroes lack their superpowers. Most people simply refer to it as reality, but it remains one of Marvel’s most innovative series in the past few decades.

60. Spidey-Man

Spidey-Man was a satirical version of Spider-Man who first debuted in Marvel’s cult classic comic series Not Brand Echh, which ran from August 1967 to May 1969. Spidey-Man was created by Marie Severin, the recently deceased American comic artist and colorist, who was the “first lady” of the Marvel Age.

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It parodied Marvel’s own superhero stories as well as those of other comics publishers. Spidey-Man fought along Ironed-Manand Dr. Deranged!

59. House of M: Spider-Man

House of M is widely regarded as one of the most successful Marvel crossovers of the modern era. In a world where mutants reigned supreme, Peter Parker played an important role.

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Since Peter is believed to be a mutant, this Spider-Man achieves a level of renown and acceptance that the ordinary Marvel Universe Spider-Man never had. Uncle Ben and Aunt May are still alive, Peter is married to Gwen Stacy.

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58. Spider-Man: The Manga

Yu Komori, a High School student, gets converted into Japan’s own Spider-Man after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami and published in Japan from January 1970 to September 1971, the Spider Manga had similar characters and motifs from the Peter Parker mythos.

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Yu had an elderly aunt and worked for a grumpy newspaper publisher, in addition to battling villains like Electro, the Lizard, and the Kangaroo.

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57. Supaidāman (Takuya Yamashiro)

Supaidāman made his debut in the first Japanese adaptation of Spider-Man, when the TV show was adapted for Japanese audiences by the Toei Company in 1978. Due to the budget constraints, the character was given a slightly diminished set of powers, and Takuya Yamashiro was introduced in place of Peter Parker.

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Since then, the character has made his comic book debut on Earth-616, and is best known for the Leopardon mech, which he would summon to fight off enlarged versions of the show’s monsters. Supaidāmanis less talented than earlier vigilante incarnations, but his power is bolstered by the gigantic robot.

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56. MC2 Peter and Spider-Girl

If you are old school, then MC2 Peter Parker and his daughter “Mayday” are your heroes. The MC2 Universe was created to be the next chapter in the Marvel Universe saga, with stories set in the future.

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Writer Tom DeFalco and artist Ron Frenz battled low sales, but they never gave up on the Spider heroes of the future. It’s remarkable that Disney hasn’t attempted to capitalize on this property.

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55. Zombie Spider-Man

In the Marvel Zombies universe, Spider-Man has been converted into a flesh-eating zombie after being infected by Colonel America. However, Spider-Man is ridden with guilt for having eaten Mary Jane and Aunt May, and for the fact that he cannot help it.

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In Marvel Zombies 2, he realizes that his hunger is slowly starting to fade and, therefore, is the first of the Galacti to turn against his fellow zombies.

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54. Spider-Man 1602

Neil Gaiman’s greatest contribution to the Spider-Man mythos was Peter Parquagh, who debuted in the famous 1602 mini-series. The royal spymaster Nicholas Fury took young Parquagh as an apprentice.

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As they travel the world together, Parquagh is bitten by a spider that had been exposed to a portal’s temporal energies and was gifted as a ‘Witchbreed’. Once he gains the superpowers, his journey as a colonial adventurer begins in earnest.

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53. “Golden Spongecake” Spider-Man

This alternate Spider-Man appears to be identical to the regular Spider-Man, with the exception of one critical detail: he fights his enemies with Hostess spongy and sugary goodies. He comes from a parallel universe where every superhero exclusively fights crime using Hostess Snack Cakes.

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This Spider-Man was first developed as a crossover advertising for Hostess snack brand in a Marvel comic book, but he later became an actual Spider-Verse member. While his talents are funny, utilizing simply Snack Cakes to fight crime has its limitations. Because of his restrictions, this other Spider-Man died early in the Spider-Verse comic book event.

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52. Spider-Girl (Penelope Parker)

Spider-Girl, the youngest form of Spider-Man, is one of the more cartoonish Spider-Men from the Spider-Verse. Penelope Parker discovered her Spider powers while on a class field trip when she was 11 years old, and, like every other alternate Spider-Man, took to the streets to battle crime. The sense of justice is always prevalent.

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While she appears to have standard Spider-Man abilities, she lacks the brute force of the other mature heroes, just like Peter Parker. While Penelope Parker will undoubtedly grow stronger as she grows older, she is now one of the Spider-lower-tier Verse’s heroes for the time being.

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51. Spider-Monkey

Spider-Monkey, the alternate Peter Parker who, as you might expect, was a monkey who was bitten by a radioactive spider. He hails from the Marvel Apes realm, where pretty much every human is now some type of ape.

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While Spider-Monkey has virtually the same spidey abilities as the Peter Parker most people are familiar with, his monkey body has quite a few limitations, mostly when he is fighting a human antagonist in the Spider-Verse. In addition, because he is a monkey, his IQ has been reduced slightly, therefore he is not as good at fighting strategy as his human counterparts.

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50. Lady Spider

May Reilly, a younger version of Aunt May, was the daughter of a well-known scientist in the universe from which she came. May snuck into her father’s lab one day and was bitten by one of the spiders that he kept there. The spider did not offer her any abilities, unlike the other alternate Spider-Men, but it did teach her another lesson: don’t let anyone cage you.

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Mary went on to create her own mechanically upgraded Lady Spider costume with several arms on the back. Unfortunately, she lacks the physical strength of the other Spider-Men, even with her mech armor.

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49. Spider-Man Noir

Spider-Man Noir is a 1930s-era Peter Parker who also has the regular Spider-like skills. Set in the Marvel Noir universe during the Great Depression, this Spider-Man is a lot like the Punisher, with a hefty dose of Sherlock Holmes thrown in.

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Spider-Man Noir has a long history of fighting training and goes out on the streets to solve crimes. Once the crimes have been solved, he takes it upon himself to apprehend the perpetrators. Rather than do close contact fighting, he prefers to use fire weapons. He is a skilled marksman, adept in the use of revolvers and tommy guns.

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48. Spider-Ma’am

In another universe, Peter Parker forgot his lunch on the day he was scheduled to be bitten by the radioactive spider. Aunt May went to the location of her nephew’s field trip, where she was bitten by the spider instead of Peter, in an attempt to get him food.

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Aunt May quickly adopted the character of Spider-Ma’am and went out into the streets to make her neighborhood a better place. While she possesses roughly the same strength as the classic Peter Parker, it’s no secret that her advanced age and frail body kept her on the Spider-lower Verse’s power level.

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47. Spider-Cop

Spider-Cop comes right from the hero’s latest PS4 game outing. Marvel’s Spider-Man follows an older Peter as he saves New York City on the daily from bad guys.

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After building a repertoire with detective Yuri Watanabe, the pair lean on each other for intel, but Peter cannot do so without bringing up his other-other secret identity, Spider-Cop. When he enters Spider-Cop’s mode, he pitches his voice down as a disguise.

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46. Gerry Drew Spider-Man

Gerry Drew was the son of the first Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew, and was created by MC2 DeFlaco and Frenz. Drew was diagnosed with a strange blood-borne disorder due to radiation exposure in the womb, which also gave him superpowers.

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He’s determined to make the most of his brief time on Earth, and convinces his mother to teach him how to use his abilities. Reed Richards was looking for a cure.

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45. Old Man Spider

In a parallel dimension of the Marvel Universe, after Peter Parker died, Ezekiel Sims assumed the identity of Spider-Man, which he retained for several years before the events of the Spider-Verse occurred. He was around 57 years old by the time he gained his powers of a Spider-Totem. After becoming powerful, his initial goals were to amass a fortune.

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Old Spider-Man shares Peter Parker’s talents, but, like Spider-Ma’am, he is a touch worn out owing to his advanced age. Nevertheless, this does not prevent him from being one of the most battle-ready out of all the characters in the Spider-Verse.

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44. Dr. Aaron Aikman

Unlike the majority of Spider-Men, Dr. Aaron Aikman opted to participate in the spider experiment rather than getting bitten by a spider by chance. He underwent an experiment in which his DNA was fused with that of a spider, but it didn’t work out as well for him as it had for the other Spider-Men. Instead, Dr. Aikman had to construct a mechanical outfit in order to properly exploit his abilities.

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While Aikman is a formidable opponent, he lacks the power of Peter Parker and the majority of the other Spider-heroes. His abilities are almost useless without the special suit.

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43. Kang’s Spider-Man Robot

The first time the Avengers met Spider-Man, it wasn’t the real Peter Parker, it was a robot created by Kang, which matched Spider-Man’s abilities and it almost took out all the Avengers. The real Peter Parker showed up, defeated the robot doppelganger, and saved the Avengers.

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The Kang Spider-bot makes a second appearance in Marvel Team-Up #4 (1996), under the name Timespinner, taking on Spider-Clone Ben Reilly and the Avengers.

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42. Hobgoblin

Following the death of Gwen Stacy at the hands of the Green Goblin in one other universe, Peter Parker resorted to his darker tendencies and killed the Green Goblin in vengeance. He eventually gave up his Spider-Man identity and assumed the name of the “Goblin,” becoming a far more terrifying enforcer of his reality.

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Despite being just as powerful as the Peter Parker fans are familiar with, his mental state isn’t what it used to be. He initially refused to join the Spider-Verse Spider Army, however when he realized that his recruiter was Gwen Stacy from another universe, he accepted.

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41. Spider-Man Unlimited

After the success of Batman Beyond in 1999, Marvel Animation launched their own alternate version of Spider-Man in the same year. Marvel sent Spidey to another Earth, where he was given a new suit and encountered characters such as the High Evolutionary and Bestial versions of some popular Marvel heroes.

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Unfortunately, it flopped due to sloppy animation and bad take on the characters. Bestial Electro and X-51 were interesting, though.

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40. Spider-Woman (May Parker)

In one parallel dimension, Peter Parker (who was still Spider-Man) and Mary Jane Watson were able to achieve their long-awaited “happily ever after.” They had a daughter, May Parker, who was named after Peter’s beloved aunt.

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May acquired some of her father’s Spider-like skills and adopted the early alias “Spider-Girl,” later changing her name to “Spider-Woman” when she grew older. May’s Spider skills were a little lower than her father’s since the DNA she inherited was a combination of his and Mary Jane’s rather than pure Peter’s. Nonetheless, Spider-Woman has shown to be quite a formidable opponent in her realm.

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39. Spider-Girl (Betty Brant)

In another parallel dimension, instead of Peter, Daily Bugle staffer Betty Brant was bitten by a radioactive spider during Peter’s field trip, prompting her to adopt the alias Spider-Girl. Spider-Girl’s skills were virtually comparable to those of the Peter Parker most fans are familiar with, and she was even able to employ similar equipment to our Spider-Man since she befriended a Peter from another dimension who assisted her in developing her web-shooters.

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In her comics, Spider-Girl was notable for having a far stronger relationship with Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson than Peter Parker. It made the relationship more ironic.

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38. Spider Moon-Man

This Peter Parker hailed from a parallel universe in which humans had colonized the Moon. He was a resident of New Lunar York, which was essentially a futuristic version of New York City. He was bitten by a radioactive spider, worked for the Daily Bugle, and was in love with Mary Jane, among other similarities to the original Spider-Man.

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Unfortunately, Spider Moon-Man was one of the first Spider-Men to perish during the Spider-Verse event, being killed by the villain Morlun before ever learning about the rest of the Spider-Verse; he never got to test if he was the strongest Spider-Man.

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37. Renew Your Vows Spider-Man

Mary Jane was pregnant when she was kidnapped, and the unborn child was taken by an unknown enemy. It was never mentioned again. However, Renew Your Vows depicts a world in which Peter and Mary Jane are still married and parenting Annie Parker, their lost-in-our-universe kid.

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Peter trains his wife and daughter to be just as fantastic as he is, and the three end up forming a crime-fighting super trio.

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36. Blood Spider

Blood Spider was a villainous version of Spider-Man who trained with Taskmaster and was employed by the Red Skull. The last time Blood Spider was ever seen, he was attempting to kill the symbiote Venom.

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However, it did not work out. Because of the 1990s, Blood Spider teamed up with evil versions of Hawkeye and Captain America known as Jagged Bow and Death Shield to commit crime and do evil.

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35. Medieval Spidey

Avataars: Covenant of the Shield is a three-issue comic book mini-series, published by Marvel Comics in 2000. Marvel’s Avaatars are alternate reality counterparts of superheroes who live on Eurth, a world of swords and sorcery.

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Captain Avalon and his band of super knights fight alongside The Webslinger, a medieval analogue of Spider-Man. It features armored versions of Spider-Man, Captain America, Doctor Doom, the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men.

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34. Spiders-Man (Earth-11580)

While on a tour to Horizon Labs, Max Modell was hitting a large colony of spiders with countless radioactive particles in an experiment. Parker fell into the colony and was ostensibly devoured, but the spiders transformed into a single hive-mind construct that absorbed Parker’s consciousness in the process.

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The swarm, dubbed Spiders-Man after the man they had swallowed, donned a suit and set out to fight crime in “Cruel York.”

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33. Spider-X

Spider-X was a young child named Brian Kornfield, who was superhero obsessed. The X in the name was thrown in for good measure to snare the naïve 1990s X-Men fans. The Darkhold mutated Kornfield into the ultra-violent Spider-X.

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Spider-X is a terrifying spoof of Spider-Man, and his ruthless tactics have pitted him against Ghost Rider, Morbius, and some other dark Marvel characters. He was also capable of shooting acid webs.

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32. Spider-UK

In one parallel dimension, Billy Braddock was a version of Spider-Man who lived in Great Britain. This does not, however, imply that he was this universe’s sole Spider-Man. Billy was really studying under Captain Britain in his realm before discovering that he had developed skills comparable to those of New York’s Spider-Man. He quickly developed a similar persona, but with a British twist.

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After his universe’s other Spider-Man was defeated, Spider-UK entered the Spider-Verse. Fortunately, Spider-UK was an excellent stand-in, as his power level was identical to Peter Parker’s. A difference is that he doesn’t possess the ever elusive spider-sense.

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31. Pavitr Prabhakar

Pavitr Prabhakar’s narrative is almost identical to Peter Parker’s, however Pavitr’s takes place in India. Pavitr was in love with Meera Jain and lived with his Aunt Maya and Uncle Bhim. He got his spider skills from an old yogi who granted him the gift to battle the evil in his planet, instead of being bitten by a radioactive spider.

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Pavitr’s adventures had adversaries that were eerily similar to the familiar Spider-Man villains, but with cultural twists. Nalin Oberoi, an alternate version of Norman Osborn, who possessed Nalin and turned him into a Goblin-like monster, was his most notable antagonist.

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30. Spider-Man 2211

When Peter Parker met Miguel O’Hara, he was joined by another Spider-Man from another era: Dr. Max Borne, the tragic Spider-Man of the year 2211.

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Borne had to fight alongside the other Spider-Men against his age’s Hobgoblin, which was actually his daughter who was fully driven by bugnuts. At the conclusion of the story, Borne is shot and killed by his era’s Chameleon, who is posing as his Uncle Ben.

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29. Arácnido Jr.

Many of the Spider-heroes Verse’s are just different versions of Peter Parker from various places. Arácnido Jr. is the Mexican Spider-Man. While his real name and the source of his abilities are unclear, the remainder of his narrative is well-known. “Junior” is the only part of his real name that is revealed.

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Escorpión, an alternate reality counterpart of Scorpion who was responsible for Arácnido Jr.’s father’s death, is Arácnido Jr.’s main nemesis. Before joining the Spider-Verse, “Junior” became the crime-fighting superhero defender of Mexico City. He has the potential to be one of the future’s most powerful Spider-Men.

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28. Kaine Parker (Earth-616)

The Jackal’s first attempt at cloning Peter Parker resulted in the clone known as Kaine. Kaine was supposed to be a success, but a defect in the cloning process caused him to become disfigured.

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He became more disfigured and emotionally unstable as his condition worsened. His powers were lowered to about Peter’s strength once he was cured of his cellular degradation. Kaine reappeared with enhanced skills after embracing The Other.

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27. Scarlet Spider

While most of these other Spider-Men appear to be cut-and-paste versions of Peter Parker with minor changes, Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider is a clone of Peter Parker in every way. One of Spider-Man’s adversaries, the Jackal, exploited Peter Parker’s unique DNA to make an exact clone of him in the mainstream Marvel reality.

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However, because the clone took on Peter’s look and talents, it also took on Peter’s personality, turning against the Jackal to seek his own superhero career. He went on to become one of the most intriguing Spider-Man characters in the comic series, due to being a clone.

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26. Peter Parker

When it comes to the Spider-Verse heroes, Peter is essentially the baseline for comparing strength levels, with a number of alternate Spider-Men being stronger than him and a number of others being weaker.

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At the end of the day, Peter Parker is the Spider-Man that the majority of fans are familiar with. This is the hero who inspired all six live-action Spider-Man films, which adds to the intrigue of the alternate Spider-Men, since they all appear to be variations of this same hero He has now become something of an archetype for the rest and his story a guide line.

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25. Spider-Gwen

In recent years, Spider-Gwen has emerged as one of the most well-known alternate Spider-heroes, hailing from a universe in which Gwen Stacy was bitten by a spider and Peter Parker died instead. Even after her dear friend’s death, she continued to battle crime and safeguard New York City, just like the other Spider-Verse heroes.

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Gwen has access to police equipment, which is one of the only things that puts her ahead of Peter Parker. In her universe, her father, Police Captain George Stacy, is still alive, meaning she has direct access to police information that she uses in her crime-fighting.

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24. Spiderling

In yet another parallel dimension, Peter Parker and Mary Jane had a daughter named Anna-May Parker who was completely different from May Parker. Anna-May Parker inherited her father’s skills through his DNA, but unlike May, she received them without constraints, and she even acquired a new ability that not even Peter Parker possessed. It is as if she mutated again.

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While Peter’s spider-sense could warn him of danger seconds before it occurred, Anna-May could sense danger up to two hours ahead of time. As Spiderling, Anna-May was able to use her foresight to become a far more effective superhero.

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23. Future Foundation Spider-Man

Marvel’s Spider-Man, a PlayStation 4 game produced by Insomniac Games, features Spider-Man getting two new outfits, which are based on Peter Parker’s appearances in the Fantastic Four comics.

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The Bombastic Bag-Man suit, where Peter Parker wears a paper bag over his head over a regular Fantastic Four suit, as well as the Future Foundation suit, which is a reference to the rebranded Fantastic Four of which Spider-Man was a member.

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22. Silk

Cindy Moon / Silk, like Scarlet Spider, is one of the few alternative Spider-Men who is a part of the mainstream Marvel Universe. Her origins are linked to Peter’s since she was bitten by the same radioactive spider. Cindy Moon didn’t become Silk for another few years, but the origins were the same.

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Silk’s strength is slightly lower than Peter’s, but her other powers distinguish her as a more formidable hero. Her spider sense is more sensitive than any other Spider-hero. Finally, without the assistance of mechanical web-shooters, Silk can spin webs from her fingertips. She’s incredibly more agile than Peter.

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21. Superior Spider-Man

Superior Spider-Man, also known as Otto Octavius and nicknamed Doc Ock, is another Spider-hero from the mainstream Marvel Universe. Following a fairly perplexing episode in which Peter and Otto basically traded brains, Otto became trapped in Peter Parker’s body, while Peter’s mind died in Otto’s body. After finally comprehending his “enemy’s” objectives, Otto changed his mind and agreed to continue Peter’s life in his body.

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Basically, the Superior Spider-Man coupled Peter Parker’s strength with Otto Octavius’s high intellectual gifts. Even if it was only for a short period, Otto eclipsed Peter as one of the most powerful and intelligent Spider-Man.

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20. Spider Doppelganger

The malevolent Magus, himself a clone of Adam Warlock, produced the Spider-Doppelganger, which was the only monster clone that remained in the Marvel Universe after the Infinity War. Spider Doppelganger possessed all of Spider-Man’s abilities but resembled a hellish nightmare.

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Doppie was a big part of the mega-event “Maximum Carnage,” where he became Cletus Kasady’s strange pet. It is worth noting that Doppie’s Toy Biz figure from 1996 was incredible.

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19. Miles Morales

Miles Morales has lately risen to prominence as the protagonist of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. While he may appear to be just another ordinary Spider-Man, his talents far exceed those of Peter Parker.

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Miles can first use Spider-Camouflage to make himself virtually invisible. Second, he has the ability to send electric shocks into anybody he comes into contact with, and he can even send the charges through his webbing to shock people from afar. Third, Miles is thought to be immortal, as this has been demonstrated to be a symptom of the Oz compound from which he derived his abilities.

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18. Man-Spider

Man-Spider was the rather genetically “devolved” version of Spider-Man developed by supervillain Magneto and later controlled by The Mutate’s leader Brainchild in the mainstream Marvel Universe. It is basically what would have happened if a spider had been bitten by a radioactive human.

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The Animated Series expanded on Man-Spider’s particular capabilities, revealing that he not only possessed all of Peter Parker’s abilities, but could also spit acid and blast webs from every limb without the use of the web-shooters. While Man-Spider lacked Peter’s high human intelligence, his physical strength was enough to propel him to the top of this ranking.

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17. Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon)

Spider-Girl, unlike the majority of the other Spider-heroes on this list, received her powers from the “Spider Society,” a mystical organization that worships “spider deities.” Anya is yet another Spider-hero to appear in the mainstream Marvel Universe, and she has modeled much of her crime-fighting career after Peter Parker’s achievements.

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Anya’s Spider abilities were slightly more powerful than Peter Parker’s. They also gave her organic webbing, like Miles, and Skeletal Flexibility, which allows her to compress herself in order to endure powerful strikes, like Mr. Fantastic. She can hide in shadows, becoming invisible to the enemy, similar to crab spiders.

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16. Spider-Man: Reign

In this four-issue comic book limited series set in Earth-70237, Peter Parker returns from retirement to save New York City from a conspiracy related to Venom. Spider-Man: Reign has been compared to The Dark Knight Returns.

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There are thematic similarities between the two storylines, both of which return elderly heroes after the conclusion of their careers. Many references to the post 9/11 world about threat and control are made.

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15. Spider-Punk

Hobie Brown is Spider-Man from an alternate reality in which Green Goblin Norman Osborn is President and effectively a totalitarian dictator, prompting Brown to utilize his superhero status to spearhead a revolution against Osborn in order to overthrow his segregationist regime. He is undoubtedly one of the most distinctive Spider-Men, and he is eerily similar to features of modern society.

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While Spider-Punk shares many of Peter Parker’s talents, his Spider-Army is what really sets him apart. Spider-Punk is virtually unbeatable when he has a large following behind him, unless you can single him out and separate him from his followers.

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14. Ultimate Spider-Man

Ultimate Spider-Man, one of the most important alternate Spider-Men, debuted in the year 2000. Because the character is so saturated with the Lee/Ditko magic DNA that makes Spider-Man so wonderful, Ultimate Spidey almost doesn’t feel like an alternate Spidey at all.

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When Ultimate Spider-Man is killed in a battle with the Green Goblin, a new legend emerges in the form of Miles Morales, who assumes the mantle of Spider-Man.

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13. Spider-Wolf

There isn’t much known about Spider-Wolf or its possible origins, but what is known is quite fascinating. He hails from a universe that is a little more gothic, with werewolves are known to be among its residents. This universe’s Spider-Man, who goes by the name Spider-Wolf, is no exception.

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Spider-Wolf has the strength of both Spider-Man and a werewolf, which, as one might expect, makes him extremely powerful. Knowing this, the villain Karn, a Spider Totem hunter, set out to defeat Spider-Wolf before the heroes of the Spider-Verse could recruit him as one of the Spider Army’s most powerful allies.

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12. Mac Gargan

When Eddie Brock gave up the symbiote, it was taken by Mac Gargan, making him Spider-Man’s biggest opponent. Once Gargan became the new Venom, he even took the identity of Spider-Man for a while.

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He was part of Norman Osborn’s Dark Avengers and was the most wicked Spider-Man yet. Gargan profaned the sacred by succumbing to his baser cannibalistic desires, among other terrible things he did with his psycho teammates.

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11. Ai Apaec

After the first squad of Dark Avengers was defeated, Norman Osborn tried again, and this time his next creature was a South American Spider God converted into a six-armed version of Spider-Man.

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However, when the Dark Avenger confronted the Avengers, he did not expect what was about to happen to him. Ai Apaec was quickly shrunk down by the Avengers to a miniature size spider and smashed by USAgent’s foot.

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10. Patton Parnel

Patton Parnel is a sociopathic madman who experimented on insects and did not become “responsible” when he obtained his powers. When Parnel was bitten by a spider, he obtained the ability to transform into a monstrous, spider-like beast with ferocious fangs, eight eyes, and eight limbs, in contrast to the other Spider-Men.

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Parnel barely lasted three days before being killed by Morlun, yet he managed to inflict significant harm during that time. It is considered that he ate at least three individuals, including his evil uncle Ted, By biting Sara Jane’s neck,and implanted hundreds of baby spiders inside her.

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9. Spider-Man 2099

Miguel O’Hara took on the mantle of Spider-Man in the distant future of 2099 in another parallel world after having his DNA biologically fused with that of a spider, but not in the radioactive way that most prior Spider-Men had been subjected to. His skills appear to be similar to Peter Parker’s, but he also possesses new ones.

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Telepathy is one of his special abilities, since he can send messages into the minds of others at command. What really sets Spider-Man 2099 apart is the technology he has at his disposal, from time travel devices to an advanced molecule suit.

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8. Spinneret

In another dimension, Mary Jane Watson was forced to adopt a Spider-like persona in order to protect her family. Peter Parker had created a suit for her that virtually mirrored all of his skills. It drained Peter’s abilities when she utilized it, especially when they were near together.

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Her armor eventually began to acquire Venom’s abilities as well. Spinneret has the combined strength of Spider-Man and Venom at her prime.

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7. Spider-Cyborg

This Peter Parker inherited not just his Spider-Man skills, but also cybernetic upgrades in a more futuristic, but also apocalyptic universe. His cybernetic enhancements covered a large portion of his body, providing him with stronger legs, metallic claws, plenty of padding, and improved vision.

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Basically, Spider-Cyborg was a perfect blend of Marvel’s Spider-Man and DC’s Cyborg. Unfortunately, he was targeted by the villain Karn because of the threat he posed.

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6. Six Arm Spider-Man

Peter Parker drank a potion that was designed to improve his skills but instead gave him an extra four arms, giving him eight limbs like a spider.

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While his basic talents remained the same, his extra arms significantly improved his agility and strength, transforming him into a far more powerful version of himself, exactly as the potion intended. He was able to defeat Doc Ock and save Gwen Stacy’s life.

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5. Arachknight

Marvel Comics began smashing fan-favorite characters in hero combos never seen before. When Gamora gained the Infinity Stones’ powers, she attempted to merge different heroes together.

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In her endeavor to merge all of the cosmos’s souls into the Soul Stone, she mistakenly folded the universe in half, mixing all of the souls together, forming The Warp World. The fusion of Spider-Man’s and Moon Knight’s souls resulted in the Arachknight.

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4. The Spider

This Peter Parker resembled Patton Parnel in appearance, although he was more violent. He had far more sociopathic inclinations, and instead of using his abilities for good, he exclusively utilized them to harm others.

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The Venom symbiote is what truly distinguishes The Spider from the other Spider-Men. It kept Venom with him throughout his entire career. Venom’s abilities, mixed with Peter’s demonic wrath, put The Spider on par with Carnage.

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3. Peni Parker & SP//Dr

Peni Parker is a Japanese alternate version of Peter Parker, who is frequently shown in a manga manner. In her origin tale she pairs up with a radioactive spider dubbed SP/dr who controls a massive mechanical suit.

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The SP/dr suit, like many other manga robots, is equipped with virtually any weapon the plot requires, as well as nearly limitless defenses. Few Spider-Men would have a chance against her.

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2. Spider-Ham

Peter Porker is a version of Peter Parker in an alternate reality where every superhero most fans are familiar with is actually an animal, such as Croctor Strange, Doctor Strange’s crocodile counterpart, and Whoopie Goldfish, who is simply Whoopie Goldberg as a goldfish.

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Spider-Ham, like many of the other various Spider-Men, shares many of the same talents as Spider-Man, such as super strength, web-slinging, and the capacity to attach to walls. His only flaw is that he is the size of a small pig, which can be a problem when he is up against a humanoid opponent from another universe. Due to cartoon physics, he’s practically indestructible.

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1. Cosmic Spider-Man

The Cosmic Spider-Man, also known as Captain Universe, is the most powerful Spider-Man of all parallel realities. He makes use of the Enigma Force, a completely unfathomable magical energy regarded as the apex of the Microverse.

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The Enigma Force effectively increased his abilities from a ten to a ten thousand, allowing Peter to see through space and time, manipulate matter down to the atomic level, and survive in any temperature.