Spider-Man SM67
Real Name Peter Parker
Alternate Identity Spider-Man
Powers and Abilities Enhanced agility and strength, Can cling to most surfaces, Spider-Sense, Web Shooters, Web Fluid
Family and Friends May Parker (Aunt), Ben Parker (Uncle), Betty Brant
Spider-Man is from the Non MAU series Spider-Man and the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Spider-Man, is the alter-ego of Peter Parker, a superhero with spider-like powers. He possesses a cunning and brilliant scientific mind. He lives by his Uncle Ben's motto "With great power comes great responsibility."


Peter failed to capture a burglar who then killed his Uncle Ben. Peter then devoted his life to stopping crime as Spider-Man. He works at The Daily Bugle under J. Jonah Jameson. Jameson does whatever he can to discredit Spider-Man, though he is usually proven wrong. He works with Betty Brant who usually gets herself into trouble trying to help Spider-Man.

At some point a Spider-Man from a far future appeared before them. They accused each other of pointing at the other.


He was voiced by Paul Soles on Spider-Man and Jorma Taccone on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

The first animated version of Spider-Man.

This version's inclusion in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was described by writer Christopher Miller as "the dumbest thing of all time." It was a reference to a popular meme from "Double Identity". It was meant to introduce the 2099 Spider-Man but subvert the obvious set-up for a sequel. Miller also joked that he would like a Midnight Run-type movie with this version and 2099.[1]


  1. 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Producers On That Post-Credit Scene at Marvel

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