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20th Jan '16 7:23:33 PM Lionheart0
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[[folder:Miles Morales (Spider-Man)]] -> '''AKA:''' Miles Morales -> '''Debut:''' ''Ultimate Fallout'' #4 Originally the successor to Peter Parker in the [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate-universe]], Miles finds himself transported to the main Marvel Universe post-ComicBook/SecretWars2015. Now the protege of Peter Parker, Miles will be serving as the Spider-Man of New York City while Pete expands his business, Parker Industries, globally. Read more about Miles Morales [[ComicBook/MilesMorales here.]] [[/folder]]
15th Jan '16 12:23:59 AM Arawn999
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I think it's safe to say that Karn is not the "Great Weaver" from when JMS wrote the comic.
* TargetedHumanSacrifice: Turns Peter into one in an attempt to become a legitimate Spider Totem when the Great Weaver decides he has to die..
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* TargetedHumanSacrifice: Turns Peter into one in an attempt to become a legitimate Spider Totem when the Great Weaver Gatekeeper decides he has to die..die.

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[[folder:Great Weaver/Master Weaver]]

[[caption-width-right:350: [-Original/Astral Form-] ]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/masterweaver_7163.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:350: [-New[=/=]True Form-] ]] -> '''AKA:''' [[spoiler:[[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors Karn]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:350: [-Original/Astral Form-] ]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/masterweaver_7163.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:350: [-New[=/=]True [-Astral Form-] ]] -> '''AKA:''' [[spoiler:[[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors Karn]]]]Kwaku Anansi; the Other

The totemic spider-deity whose Web of Life and Destiny empowers all the Spider-Totems. It is currently held prisoner by [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors of all Creation]], who are using its power to traverse the Multiverse and devour its avatars. [[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery The Other]], also known as Ero, is either a closely related totemic deity or one of its manifestations.
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The A totemic spider-deity whose connected to Peter Parker through the Web of Life and Destiny Destiny, which empowers all the Spider-Totems. According to Ezekiel Sims, it is the being that spins the Web of Life, and is worshipped by the Spider Society, the Spider-Tribe of South America, and the Ashanti tribe of Ghana. It is currently held prisoner by [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors of all Creation]], who later revealed that there are using its power to traverse the Multiverse and devour its avatars. several such totemic spider-deities. [[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery The Other]], also known as Ero, is either was introduced as a closely related rival totemic deity or one who opposed Peter's resurrection, but was later retconned into being the true name of its manifestations. the Great Weaver who resurrected him.

The totemic spider-deity whose Web of Life and Destiny empowers all the Spider-Totems. It is currently held prisoner by [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors of all Creation]], who are using its power to traverse the Multiverse and devour its avatars. [[Characters/SpiderManRoguesGallery The Other]], also known as Ero, is either a closely related totemic deity or one * AnimalisticAbomination: One of its manifestations. forms is a gigantic spider-like monster.

* BadassInDistress[=/=]CapturedSuperEntity: Its true physical form is held prisoner by the Inheritor Clan, who use its power to travel from universe to universe hunting its totemic avatars. Those must be some tough handcuffs they've stuck on it. * BigCreepyCrawlies: One of its aspects, the Other, has appeared as [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/5/52246/1517849-great_weaver_03.jpg a massive spider]]. * BigGood[=/=]GreaterScopeVillain: A little bit of both, since without it Peter and the other Spiders might not have gotten their powers, but not all the Spiders are good guys.
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* BadassInDistress[=/=]CapturedSuperEntity: Its true physical form is held prisoner by the Inheritor Clan, who use its power to travel from universe to universe hunting its totemic avatars. Those must be some tough handcuffs they've stuck on it. * BigCreepyCrawlies: One of its aspects, As the Other, it has appeared as [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/5/52246/1517849-great_weaver_03.jpg a massive spider]]. * BigGood[=/=]GreaterScopeVillain: BigGood: A little bit of both, both this and GreaterScopeVillain, since without it Peter and the other Spiders might not have gotten their powers, but not all the Spiders are good guys.

* CoolMask: It wears a strange, gimp-like mask.

* {{Cyborg}}: Its true physical body is a humanoid torso atop a golden robotic body. * DecompositeCharacter: During JMS' run, the Great Weaver was the spider god who weaves the Web of Life and gave Peter his powers and resurrected him with enhanced powers, and Ero was an antagonistic totem that wanted to kill Peter to restore the natural order. ''Scarlet Spider'' retconned Ero into being the Spider-Totem who resurrected Peter and later Kaine with enhanced powers. The remaining aspects of the Great Weaver - weaving the Web of Life and giving Spider-Totems their powers - were rebranded as the Master Weaver in ''Spider-Verse''. * DeityOfHumanOrigin: Before becoming the most powerful Spider-Totem in existence, [[spoiler:he was the Inheritor called Karn]]. * DivineConflict: Despite being a cosmic entity responsible for empowering every spider-themed hero and villain in the multiverse, it has supernatural enemies that would love to eat it, namely the Inheritor Clan - who succeeded in capturing it and harnessing its power - and Shathra, or usurp it, like the Spider-Queen.
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* {{Cyborg}}: Its true physical body is a humanoid torso atop a golden robotic body. * DecompositeCharacter: During JMS' run, the Great Weaver was the spider god who weaves the Web of Life and gave Peter his powers and resurrected him with enhanced powers, and Ero was an antagonistic spider totem that wanted to kill Peter to restore the natural order. ''Scarlet Spider'' retconned Ero into being the "Great Weaver" Spider-Totem who resurrected Peter and later Kaine with enhanced powers. The remaining aspects of the Great Weaver - weaving the Web of Life and giving Spider-Totems their powers - were rebranded as the Master Weaver in ''Spider-Verse''. * DeityOfHumanOrigin: Before According to the mythology of the Ashanti tribe, before becoming the most powerful Spider-Totem in existence, [[spoiler:he existence it was the Inheritor called Karn]]. world's first incarnation of Spider-Man, Kwaku Anansi. * DivineConflict: Despite being a cosmic entity responsible for empowering every spider-themed hero and villain in the multiverse, it has supernatural enemies that would love to eat it, namely the Inheritor Clan - who succeeded in capturing it and harnessing its power - and Shathra, or usurp it, like the Spider-Queen.

* IHaveManyNames: Spider-Man knows it as the Great Weaver, though it also goes by the Master Weaver.
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* IHaveManyNames: Spider-Man knows it as the Great Weaver, though it - or related entities - is also goes by called the Master Weaver.Other and the Gatekeeper.

* KillTheGod: The ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan [[SlashedThroat claws]] it, leading to ATruceWhileWeGawk. --> '''Morlun:''' That was the Weaver of--of--of--the Web of Life and Destiny. You madman! Do you know what you've done?! All of history! Our future! The nature of reality itself! * PhlebotinumRebel: Ejects Morlun from the [[ComicStrip/SpiderMan Newspaper Comic Spider-Man]]'s world and tells him it was temporally unstable. Morlun buys this, having [[{{Pun}} been completely thrown for a loop]] by ComicBookTime. * PhysicalGod: He is the entity who weaves the Web of Life and Destiny that holds the Multiverse together. He's worshipped on several worlds, but his physical body is located on [[TheEarthPrimeTheory Earth-000]]. * RealityWarper: By snapping strands of the Web of Life it can RetGone things and people. * TheRival: Its wasp equivalent, and related beings like Shathra and the Sisterhood of the Wasp. An annual also had a tribe of its worshippers be ousted from their temple and nearly exterminated by a tribe that worshipped a snake deity (possibly [[http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix2/seteldergod.htm Set]]).
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* KillTheGod: The ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan [[SlashedThroat claws]] it, leading to ATruceWhileWeGawk. --> '''Morlun:''' That was the Weaver of--of--of--the Web of Life and Destiny. You madman! Do you know what you've done?! All of history! Our future! The nature of reality itself! * PhlebotinumRebel: Ejects Morlun from the [[ComicStrip/SpiderMan Newspaper Comic Spider-Man]]'s world and tells him it was temporally unstable. Morlun buys this, having [[{{Pun}} been completely thrown for a loop]] by ComicBookTime. * PhysicalGod: He It is one of the entity totemic spider deities who weaves the Web of Life and Destiny that holds the Multiverse together. He's worshipped on several worlds, but his physical body is located on [[TheEarthPrimeTheory Earth-000]]. together. * RealityWarper: By snapping strands {{Retcon}}: Kaine's run as the ''Scarlet Spider'' conglomerated aspects of the Web of Life it can RetGone things and people. Great Weaver with Ero to create the Other, while the reminder were repackaged as the Master Weaver in ''Spider-Verse''. * TheRival: Its wasp equivalent, and related beings like Shathra Shathra, and the Sisterhood of the Wasp. An annual also had a tribe of its worshippers be ousted from their temple and nearly exterminated by a tribe that worshipped a snake deity (possibly [[http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix2/seteldergod.htm Set]]).

* SpiderPeople[=/=]SpiderTank: Its lower half is a golden, arachnid-like machine. * SuddenNameChange: From the Great Weaver to the Master Weaver.

* SpiderPeople[=/=]SpiderTank: Its lower half is a golden, arachnid-like machine. * SuddenNameChange: From SuperPoweredEvilSide: The vagueness of exactly how the Great Weaver to spider totems function and the Master Weaver.initial statement that it was what resurrected Peter makes it this for him, being the embodiment of his predatory instincts.

* TopGod: Deities like Kwaku Anansi and Ai Apaec are little more than totemic avatars of its power.
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* TopGod: Deities like ''Marvel Fairy Tales''' Kwaku Anansi and Ai Apaec are little more than totemic avatars of its power.

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* TopGod: Deities like Kwaku Anansi [[folder:Master Weaver]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/masterweaver_7163.jpg]] ->'''AKA:''' [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors Karn]] ->'''Debut:''' ''Superior Spider-Man'' #33 A being at the centre of the Web of Life and Ai Apaec are little more than Destiny, the Master Weaver's duty is to maintain and spin the Great Web that powers all of the Marvel Multiverse's spider-people. Captured and enslaved by the Inheritors, the Master Weaver was forced to aid them in their attempted genocide of the totemic avatars spider deities connected to the Web. The Master Weaver's identity is revealed to be the future self of its power. the Inheritor Karn, and while [[ComicBook/{{Silk}} Cindy Moon]] contemplates taking his place after he is murdered by [[ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan Otto Octavius]], Karn's younger self decides to trap himself in a time loop in order to atone for his own actions. * CapturedSuperEntity: He was held prisoner by the Inheritor Clan, who use his power to travel from universe to universe hunting the totemic avatars. Those must be some tough handcuffs they've stuck on him. * CoolMask: He wears a strange, gimp-like mask with six glowing red eye-like lenses. * KillTheGod: The ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan [[SlashedThroat claws]] it, leading to ATruceWhileWeGawk. --> '''Morlun:''' That was the Weaver of--of--of--the Web of Life and Destiny. You madman! Do you know what you've done?! All of history! Our future! The nature of reality itself! * PhlebotinumRebel: Ejects Morlun from the [[ComicStrip/SpiderMan Newspaper Comic Spider-Man]]'s world and tells him it was temporally unstable. Morlun buys this, having [[{{Pun}} been completely thrown for a loop]] by ComicBookTime. * MyFutureSelfAndMe: Karn had several interactions with his past self, the first of which resulted in the death of the matriarch of the Inheritors and his exile. * StableTimeLoop: By taking over the position of Master Weaver from his future self, Karn traps himself in a time loop wherein he is destined to be killed by Otto Octavius and succeeded by his past self. * SpiderTank: The spider-legged golden globe encapsulating the lower half of his body. Where it came from and who built it is a mystery, as while it can only be opened by the prongs of Karn's bident, which he built as a child, he inherited it from his future self. * RealityWarper: He can alter the very fabric of reality itself by snapping or otherwise altering the strands of the Great Web. * SuddenNameChange: The name Master Weaver is most-likely derived from the Great Weaver above, but other than spinning the Web of Life they have no other similarities. [[/folder]]
30th Dec '15 11:00:59 AM Gregzilla
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* BigGood[=/=]BiggerBad: A little bit of both, since without it Peter and the other Spiders might not have gotten their powers, but not all the Spiders are good guys.
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* BigGood[=/=]BiggerBad: BigGood[=/=]GreaterScopeVillain: A little bit of both, since without it Peter and the other Spiders might not have gotten their powers, but not all the Spiders are good guys.
27th Dec '15 1:15:07 AM strejda
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It's not Early Bird Cameo, if it's a Remember the New Guy, is it? Either way, the description seems far more fitting for this trope.
* EarlyBirdCameo: She's one of Peter's classmates at Midtown High in the retcon-heavy interquel series ''Spidey''. Peter's also depicted as knowing and interacting with her, unlike the similarly retconned ComicBook/JessicaJones or [[ComicBook/{{Silk}} Cindy Moon]].
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* EarlyBirdCameo: RememberTheNewGuy: She's one of Peter's classmates at Midtown High in the retcon-heavy interquel series ''Spidey''. Peter's also depicted as knowing and interacting with her, unlike the similarly retconned ComicBook/JessicaJones or [[ComicBook/{{Silk}} Cindy Moon]].
4th Dec '15 4:22:45 AM CL
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* EarlyBirdCameo: She's one of Peter's classmates at Midtown High in the retcon-heavy interquel series ''Spidey''. Peter's also depicted as knowing and interacting with her, unlike the similarly retconned ComicBook/JessicaJones or [[ComicBook/{{Silk}} Cindy Moon]].
21st Nov '15 4:39:45 AM JustTroper
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* BarefootSage: Has a penchant of holding philosophical conversations while walking on buildings' roofs and walls without shoes.
5th Nov '15 9:53:02 AM nombretomado
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* TheScrappy: Both in universe and in real life. He was doomed to become this since the beginning (something his creator Dan Slott kinda expected it seems), first announced as Spider-Man's new sidekick to light the fire of the fandom (who despised the sole idea of Spidey joining the Avengers, let alone getting a sidekick), then wrote him as a complete Jerkass with no redeemable qualities and to top it all, making him a GodModeSue who is shown to be stronger than {{Thor}} in one fight. Even now when he's getting some better characterization in his mini, people still cry why did he get a mini instead of being thrown at [[ComicBook/AvengersArena "The Arena"]].
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* TheScrappy: Both in universe and in real life. He was doomed to become this since the beginning (something his creator Dan Slott kinda expected it seems), first announced as Spider-Man's new sidekick to light the fire of the fandom (who despised the sole idea of Spidey joining the Avengers, let alone getting a sidekick), then wrote him as a complete Jerkass with no redeemable qualities and to top it all, making him a GodModeSue who is shown to be stronger than {{Thor}} [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] in one fight. Even now when he's getting some better characterization in his mini, people still cry why did he get a mini instead of being thrown at [[ComicBook/AvengersArena "The Arena"]].
12th Oct '15 1:51:36 AM rafi
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* BlackAndNerdy:He uses his exceptional intellect to create gadgets capable of tangling with Spiderman. * Badass Bookwor
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* BlackAndNerdy:He BlackAndNerdy: He uses his exceptional intellect to create gadgets capable of tangling with Spiderman. * Badass BookworBadassBookworm

* GadgeteerGenius * HeartIsAnAwesomePower: He defeated Spider-Man (temporarily) using gadgets he invented for ''window cleaning''.
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* GadgeteerGenius GadgeteerGenius: He is naturally inventive, especially in the field of pneumatics. * HeartIsAnAwesomePower: ImprobableWeaponUser: He defeated Spider-Man (temporarily) using gadgets he invented for ''window cleaning''.
7th Oct '15 7:25:54 PM Arawn999
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[[folder:Max Modell]] ->'''Debut:''' ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #648 A genius scientist and inventor, and one of Peter's childhood heroes, Max Modell was the head of the Horizon Labs up until it was taken over by Alchemax. * BigFun: He's overweight, but he's a friendly genius who wants to make the world a better place. * HonestCorporateExecutive: He's the (former) CEO of Horizon Industries and a genuinely nice guy who just wants to make the world a better place through technology. * StraightGay: He's openly gay, but doesn't display any stereotypical mannerisms. [[/folder]]
7th Oct '15 7:12:09 PM Arawn999
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-> '''Debut:''' ''Amazing Spider-Man'' # 648 One of Peter's co-workers at Horizon Labs, Sajani Jaffrey was cold, pragmatic, and ambitious. Following Horizon being bought up by Alchemax, she was hired by Peter Parker, but repeatedly undermined his authority to work on her own unauthorized side-projects, and even outright betrayed him. She strongly dislikes Spider-Man, and was the one who forbade Peter from supplying Spider-Man with Parker Industries tech.

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* MultidisciplinaryScientist: She's an expert in xenotech, biology, and chemistry.
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