|Real Name||George Stacy|
|Alternate Identity||Captain Stacy|
|Team Affiliations||New York Police Department|
|Family and Friends||Helen Stacy (Wife)|
Gwen Stacy (Daughter)
J. Jonah Jameson
Stacy was a defender of the superhero Spider-Man. Captain Stacy was one of the few cops to truly believe Spider Man was an actual hero, even though he operates outside of the law. He spoke in his defense when Chameleon committed crimes framing the hero and noted differences between the Chameleon version and actual one. Captain Stacy later warned Spider-Man that as long as he wears a mask, people would fear him.
He helped make a Thanksgiving Dinner for the May and Peter Parker, who his daughter Gwen liked, when May was in the hospital.
When Venom impersonated Spider-Man, he noted there were differences between the Venom black suit and Spider-Man black suit. Venom later tried to convince the world that Peter Parker was Spider-Man but was proven to be crazy so no one believed him. George then had a talk with Peter about Spider-Man's need to keep his identity secret.
He took Peter and Sally Avril on a ride-along where, after Peter was thought killed, Sally admitted that she did like him as a friend.
George later joined Norman Osborn and J. Jonah Jameson in testing the Vault security by putting Spider-Man in a cell, Jameson gloated about his imprisonment. After Spider-Man managed to escape his cell, Jameson claims "Spider-Man and all the inmates are working together so they can raise his blood pressure" while George disagreed with him.
Venom later told the world that Peter was Spider-Man. Venom was then revealed to be the mentally unstable Eddie Brock so no one believed what he said. It is unknown if George believed Venom though he kept treating Peter the same.
Like many characters in the series, this one is a combination of his original and Ultimate versions. He is respectful of Spider-Man like the mainstream version and younger like his Ultimate counterpart.
In the Comics
He was retired but brought out by John Jameson.
He knew for certain that Peter was Spider-Man. While it is hinted at in the series, there is no clear indication.
He was killed during a battle between Doctor Octopus and Spider-Man. His dying words were to ensure that Peter took care of Gwen. In the Ultimate line, he was killed by a robber posing as Spider-Man.