"When you can do the things that I can, but you don't... and then the bad things happen, they happen because of you."
|Real name:||Peter Benjamin Parker|
|Aliases:|| Spiderling |
|Height:||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|Weight:||141 lbs (64 kg)|
|Relatives/friends:||May Parker (aunt)|
|Characteristics:|| Brown Hair & Eyes|
|Portrayed by:||Tom Holland|
|Appearances:|| Captain America: Civil War|
Spider-Man: Homecoming (unreleased)
Avengers: Infinity War (unreleased)
Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 (unreleased)
Peter Parker lives in Queens, New York as a ordinary high school student, already having experience with stopping crime as a masked super hero known as Spider-Man. When Tony Stark seeks help in bringing in Steve Rogers, he heads to Queens to speak with him. Peter confronted Stark with Aunt May, as he was asked about a sizable grant. During his private conversation, Peter tells him that he has had his powers for well over six months ago, and told him that he needed to stop bad things from happening. Upon the request of Tony Stark, Peter accompanies Stark and his team to Germany to bring in Steve Rogers and the rest of his team.
Upon arriving at the Leipzig-Halle airport, Iron Man stopped Captain America's faction at the moment of escaping, Spider-Man appears and steals Cap's shield, appearing in a new suit that Tony made for him. As the tension between the sides rise, he faced off several enhanced individuals and managed to hold onto his own against them, things started to get out hand when Ant-Man decided to make himself bigger. Spider-Man then used a tactic he saw in a old movie, "Empire Strikes Back", as Iron Man and War Machine punch him down. Spider-Man being overexcited after the take-down, he was then injured by Ant-Man, falling several stories high. Peter returned home after being told by Tony Stark, while Aunt May was aiding him, he told her that the bruise in the eye was the result of the bullies picking on him. After May left Peter's room, he discovered a holographic projection that was programmed into his Web-Shooters, revealing the Spider-Signal.
Powers and Abilities
- Superhuman Strength: Spider-Man possesses the proportional strength of a spider. Although he is relatively untrained, his strength alone is sufficient enough to catch a 3,000 pound car, moving at 40 miles per hour when it was just inches away from hitting a bus, as well as support the weight of a jet bridge. He is also able to casually overpower ordinary human beings.
- Superhuman Speed: Spider-Man can move faster than an ordinary human, making him adept at dodging quickly. He is able to run at speeds greater than the finest human athlete while also successfully evaded attacks from other enhanced individuals.
- Superhuman Durability: Spider-Man's body is physically resistant and tough against impact force, as he has taken attacks from any opponent without any serious injuries. Additionally, Spider-Man easily endured a collision when flying at full force, a strike from Captain America's Shield, and also has been backhandedly smacked across from an enlarged Ant-Man, as he fall from several stories unharmed.
- Superhuman Agility: Spider-Man is super-humanly agile, capable of swinging around on thin webbing and jumping great distances without any difficulty.
- Superhuman Reflexes: Spider-Man's enhanced reflexes are the result of a sensory input that allows him to physically respond in his environment. He was able to catch his webbing being thrown at him, without even looking.
- Heightened Senses: Spider-Man's senses are greatly enhanced; he describes them as being "dialed to eleven".
- Enhanced Balance: Spider-Man's sense of balance have been enhanced to point where he has perfect equilibrium, coordination, and dexterity, allowing him to perform acrobatic and gymnastic feats.
- Enhanced Vision: Spider-Man's sense of sight is superhuman to the point in which it forced him to wear dark goggles to prevent it from handicapping him.
- Spider-Sense: Spider-Man has a survival instinct that lets him able to sense things that could be considered danger. For example, if an object is being thrown at him, even though it is from far away and he is facing the opposite direction.
- Wall-Crawling: Spider-Man can adhere to walls, ceilings, and other surfaces and does not use any adhesive gloves to do it.
- Gifted Intelligence: Peter Parker is academically intelligent, with aptitudes in scientific subjects. He developed a highly advanced chemical compound into a web-like material and constructed his own web-shooters (the sophistication of it even impressed Tony Stark).
- Combatant: Spider-Man's style of combat emphasizes the use of his superhuman strength, speed, agility, and web-shooters. He uses quick and powerful hand-to-hand attacks and agile movements while firing his webs to immobilize his enemies. Despite of his inexperience, Spider-Man was able to hold his own against the more experienced Captain America.
- Master Acrobat: Spider-Man can perform acrobatic moves beyond the physical limits of the finest Olympic athlete. Hence, he was able to accurately shoot a string of webbing at Captain America's Shield then catch it while jumping in the air and land on a vehicle.
- Spider-Man's Suit: Peter Parker originally wore a handmade suit while operating on the streets of New York. Nothing more than red and blue spandex and a pair of goggles, this suit was created with the intention to help Parker to conceal his identity and keep his superhuman senses in check. Peter Parker would later use an upgraded and more refined suit, which was designed by Tony Stark to focus his superhuman senses. This suit also includes moving eyepieces that resemble camera shutters. Peter abandoned his original suit and went to use his new upgraded suit present.
- Utility Belt: The belt is seen on the outside of the more upgraded suit, it contains more cartridges of web fluid in case Spider-Man runs out of web fluid in his Web-Shooters.
- Web Wings: These spider like web wing are seen under Spider-Man's arms (his upgraded suit)that allow him to glide into the air.
- Web-Shooters: Spider-Man wears twin devices which he called Web-Shooters on the outside of his suit that allow him to shoot extremely sticky web like fluid that can enable him to web swing through New York City. After his visit with Tony Stark, his web-shooters were upgraded and had displayed new features.
- Spider-Signal: A emitted red light that appears in Spider-Man's web-shooters, which was programmed by Tony Stark. Spider-Man uses this to alert any criminals of his presence.
- Many fans have pointed out that the symbol on Peter's new Spider-Man suit resembles Todd MacFarlane's drawn Spider-Man logo.
- Some have also pointed out the MCU logo looks like a man within a spider.