History Comicbook / ScarletSpider

30th Apr '17 8:19:54 AM Phoenixion
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Kaine Parker is the star of the [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider2012 2012 series]] written by [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Christopher]] [[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Yost]]. While his title was cancelled at Issue #25, he's appearing in the ComicBook/MarvelNOW reboot of ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'', also written by Yost. A ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' tie-in mini-series, called ''Scarlet Spiders'' was released featuring Kaine Parker, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Jessica Drew]] alongside an alternate version of Ben Reilly that survived.

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Kaine Parker is the star of the [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider2012 2012 series]] written by [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Christopher]] [[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Yost]]. While his title was cancelled at Issue #25, he's appearing in the ComicBook/MarvelNOW reboot of ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'', ''ComicBook/{{New Warriors|2014}}'', also written by Yost. A ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' tie-in mini-series, called ''Scarlet Spiders'' was released featuring Kaine Parker, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Jessica Drew]] alongside an alternate version of Ben Reilly that survived.
30th Apr '17 8:06:01 AM Phoenixion
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Kaine Parker is the current Scarlet Spider and star of the ongoing series started in 2012 written by [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Christopher]] [[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Yost]]. While his title was cancelled at Issue #25, he's appearing in the Marvel NOW reboot of ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'', also written by Yost. A ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' tie-in mini-series, called ''Scarlet Spiders'' was released featuring Kaine Parker, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Jessica Drew]] alongside an alternate version of Ben Reilly that survived.

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Kaine Parker is the current Scarlet Spider and star of the ongoing series started in [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider2012 2012 series]] written by [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution Christopher]] [[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Yost]]. While his title was cancelled at Issue #25, he's appearing in the Marvel NOW ComicBook/MarvelNOW reboot of ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'', also written by Yost. A ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' tie-in mini-series, called ''Scarlet Spiders'' was released featuring Kaine Parker, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Jessica Drew]] alongside an alternate version of Ben Reilly that survived.
30th Apr '17 8:04:05 AM Phoenixion
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!! Scarlet Spider (2012) comic series contains examples of:
* AlcoholInducedIdiocy: The Armadillo in issue 16. [[spoiler:Though it's really just another example of LoveMakesYouDumb]].
* AchillesInHisTent: Kaine after [[spoiler:failing to save over two dozen Houston citizens from dying]] at the end of ''Minimum Carnage''.
* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: Kraven got killed like he wanted. Even though Kaine revived him, he doesn't need him to kill him any more and he managed to leave Meland critically injured.]]
* BattleAmongstTheFlames: Kaine vs Salamander in the hospital, and later Kaine vs Ana Kraven in Issue 6.
* BittersweetEnding: The Series Finale. [[spoiler: Kaine manages to save everyone when the hotel exploded, but he was forced into his monster form to do so and had to leave Houston with Aracely.]]
* BullyingADragon: Annabelle's DomesticAbuser[=/=]StalkerWithACrush ex who refuses to accept that he's her ex tries to intimidate Kaine. To be fair, while Kaine is pretty big (6'4" and built like a tank), the guy's an ''enormous'' ScaryBlackMan. Kaine refuses to pick a fight with him the first time because he's afraid of the Other making an appearance. The second time, he lays him out with a single punch.
* CallBack: Kaine's first and second resurrections have connections to ''Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 Issue 15'' and ''The Other'', respectively.
* ChristmasEpisode: Issue 12.
* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler:Kaine does this with Zoe at the end of the Second Master arc, as shown by her later appearance in Issue #24.]]
* CurbStompBattle: Kaine vs. the Assassins Guild members that came to kill him.
* DarkestHour: The Into The Grave arc.
* DealWithTheDevil: [[spoiler: Kaine makes a deal with the Assassins Guild to stop the contract they have on Dr. Donald Meland by the only remaining family of a former patient.]]
** [[spoiler: After being killed by the Lobos siblings, Kaine makes a deal with [[TheWormThatWalks Ero]] to be reborn in the same manner Peter was after being killed by Morlun during ''The Other'' story arc.]]
** You should be starting to see where the tagline comes from... Kaine makes one with [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/TheKingpin Fisk]]]] to get the Assassin's Guild off his back, by agreeing to soften them up so they could be forcibly taken over.
* DeathSeeker: [[spoiler: Kraven the Hunter's sole goal now is to have Kaine kill him, since he's the only one who can. He succeeded, and was resurrected in full.]]
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler: Annabelle]] is too scared of [[spoiler: Kaine]] after he turns into a monster, and by the time of ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #1, she hates him.
* DidntThinkThisThrough: Kaine's MO, [[spoiler: including sleeping with Zoe right after saving her as Scarlet Spider, and therefore revealing his (and possibly Peter Parker's) identity to her.]]
* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Aracely has a dream like in Issue #24.
* DugTooDeep: One of Roxxon's oil digs drilled too deep and unleashed an EnergyBeing that they named Mammon.
* FanServicePack: When Aracely debuted she looked between 12 and 14. By the series' conclusion she looked around 16.
* FriendOnTheForce: Officer Wally Layton. [[spoiler:Right up until Meland gets critically injured.]]
* FullyAbsorbedFinale: Had at least two, in different series. The short story "Kaine" in ''Amazing Spider-Man #1'' had [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker]] visiting Houston and meeting Annabelle and Meland. The series ComicBook/NewWarriors was effectively a sequel series to ''Scarlet Spider'', co-starring Aracely and Kaine; ''New Warriors #9'' was a direct sequel-finale, with [[spoiler: Kaine briefly returning to Houston and meeting Wally again for the first time since his departure.]]
* GeniusBruiser: though Kaine says that he's 'not as smart as his brothers', he is smart enough to figure out how to hack the display of his costume.
* GoryDiscretionShot: Notable especially during the ''In the Midst of Wolves'' arc for several including drug usage [[spoiler:and a scene with the main character being eaten alive]].
* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: [[spoiler: Kraven and his clan.]]
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler: Kaine shoves his stinger into Carnage's brain, and later into Wolverine's heart. Wolverine healed pretty quickly, and as of ''Superior Carnage'', so has Kasady.]]
* InSeriesNickname: He is often referred to as Scarlet Spider by the cops and media, but Carnage liked to call him "Not Spider-Man".
* KaleidoscopeHair: Annabelle, whose air went from red to pink, and eventually blonde, as seen in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' 1.
* KidSidekick: Aracely, who may actually be [[spoiler: the Aztec sun/war god Huitzilopochtli. She later becomes this in full by taking on the alias Hummingbird and helping Kaine chase down Wolverine, infiltrating the X-Men's school and using the same disguise as her hero outfit in later stories.]]
* MegaCorp: Roxxon [[spoiler: who were responsible for hiring the traffickers to bring over Aracely as a test subject and awakening Mammon.]]
* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead
** When Aracely tries to peek into Kaine's head, she's chased out by the Other.
** When Rachel Grey tries to read Aracely's mind, she's overloaded by Huitzilopochtli.
* MistakenForPedophile: Kaine, when Annabelle discovers him keeping Aracely in his hotel room.
-->'''Annabelle''': Well, then what the helló
-->'''Kaine''': She's... [[BlatantLies She's my niece]].
-->'''Annabelle''': ...You @#$%*& pervert.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Annabelle burns a frantic letter from Madame Web warning Kaine about Shathra's return, thinking it was from a crazy fan.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler: The Lobos siblings give Kaine one of these in issue 13, [[JustEatHim the ending isn't pretty]].]] Kaine later returns the favour.
* NotSoDifferent: Kaine and the villain known as The Mark.
* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: [[spoiler: The Lobos Cartel get brought in to deal with Kaine.]]
* OverlyLongName: Aracely's full name is Maria Aracely Josefina Penalba de las Heras.
* ProfessionalKiller: The Assassin's Guild.
* {{Retcon}}: In [[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan J. Michael Straczynski's run as writer]], Peter was killed by Morlun and resurrected by a totemic spider-god called the Great Weaver. Another totemic spider-god calling itself "Ero" manifested in order to kill Peter and restore the natural order, returning a couple of times before being killed off. In ''In The Midst of Wolves'', Ero returns and is retconned into having been the Great Weaver - or at least the totemic spider-god who resurrected Peter in ''The Other'' - all along, without explaining why she tried to kill Peter, took on human form, and tried to impregnate Flash Thompson in the original continuity. No explanation is given to how Peter was brought back to life since in the post-One More Day continuity he rejected Ero/the Other's offer, causing it to seek out Kaine as a host instead.
* ShapeshiftingSeducer: Shathra the totemic wasp deity sleeps with Kaine while in the form of his current girlfriend. The real one shows up later.
* SharingABody: [[spoiler: According to Beast, Aracely is sharing a body with something else - presumably the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Could be why everyone is trying to kill her.]]
* ShipperOnDeck: Aracely ships Kaine x Annabelle, to the point that when they kiss she spies on them with her powers and quips that it's her best day ever.
* SuperTeam: The Rangers are (apparently) the Southwest's only heroes, barring Kaine, and consist of Texas Twister, Firebird, Fifty-One, Living Lightning, Shooting Star and Red Wolf. They tried to welcome Kaine into the group afterwards... he rejected the offer. Violently.
** Kaine [[spoiler: despite quitting being the Scarlet Spider at the end of Issue 25]], has been announced as joining the newest incarnation of the ComicBook/NewWarriors along with Aracely, who's taken up the Hummingbird mantle full-time.
* SymbolSwearing: Actually happens quite a bit in the series and not just limited to Kaine.
** Which eventually leads to Aracely creating a swear jar. [[RunningGag Pretty much any instance of a character swearing is met by other characters yelling "JAR!" now.]]
* TheTeamBenefactor: Kaine thanks to his stealing money from human traffickers and drug dealers. [[spoiler:Does this again to fund his trip to Mexico to find Aracely's mother.]]
* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: [[spoiler: Turns out Kaine came up with a plan to take down the Assassin's Guild with Wolverine and the fight in ''Issue 17'' was the set up... at least until he put the stinger into his heart after going evil for a moment. He topped it with another one in the next issue by revealing he had Wilson Fisk absorb the Assassin's Guild after they softened them up.]]
* WholePlotReference: There are two to [[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan J. Michael Straczynski's run as writer]]:
** The ''In the Midst of Wolves'' arc is explicitly one to ''The Other'' arc. In ''The Other'', Peter was mortally wounded and resurrected by agreeing to become the avatar of a spider-god. In ''In the Midst of Wolves'', Kaine is mortally wounded and resurrected by agreeing to become the avatar of the exact same ([[{{Retcon}} more or less]]) spider-god.
** Shathra returns and goes after Kaine, but is killed for good this time.
* WireDilemma: Kaine and Wally have this issue after locating a nuclear TimeBomb, they spent most of the issue trying to find it and not knowing [[BombDisposal what to do after they found it]]. Kaine simply resorted to [[CuttingTheKnot ripping out the wires]]. He reasons they were screwed either way.
* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler: Zoe is this, to an insane degree. After blowing up Kaine's room with a rocket launcher, she screams to Kaine that she loves him.]]

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\n!! Scarlet Spider (2012) comic series contains examples of:\n* AlcoholInducedIdiocy: The Armadillo in issue 16. [[spoiler:Though it's really just another example of LoveMakesYouDumb]].\n* AchillesInHisTent: Kaine after [[spoiler:failing to save over two dozen Houston citizens from dying]] at the end of ''Minimum Carnage''.\n* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: Kraven got killed like he wanted. Even though Kaine revived him, he doesn't need him to kill him any more and he managed to leave Meland critically injured.]]\n* BattleAmongstTheFlames: Kaine vs Salamander in the hospital, and later Kaine vs Ana Kraven in Issue 6.\n* BittersweetEnding: The Series Finale. [[spoiler: Kaine manages to save everyone when the hotel exploded, but he was forced into his monster form to do so and had to leave Houston with Aracely.]]\n* BullyingADragon: Annabelle's DomesticAbuser[=/=]StalkerWithACrush ex who refuses to accept that he's her ex tries to intimidate Kaine. To be fair, while Kaine is pretty big (6'4" and built like a tank), the guy's an ''enormous'' ScaryBlackMan. Kaine refuses to pick a fight with him the first time because he's afraid of the Other making an appearance. The second time, he lays him out with a single punch.\n* CallBack: Kaine's first and second resurrections have connections to ''Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 Issue 15'' and ''The Other'', respectively.\n* ChristmasEpisode: Issue 12.\n* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler:Kaine does this with Zoe at the end of the Second Master arc, as shown by her later appearance in Issue #24.]]\n* CurbStompBattle: Kaine vs. the Assassins Guild members that came to kill him. \n* DarkestHour: The Into The Grave arc.\n* DealWithTheDevil: [[spoiler: Kaine makes a deal with the Assassins Guild to stop the contract they have on Dr. Donald Meland by the only remaining family of a former patient.]]\n** [[spoiler: After being killed by the Lobos siblings, Kaine makes a deal with [[TheWormThatWalks Ero]] to be reborn in the same manner Peter was after being killed by Morlun during ''The Other'' story arc.]]\n** You should be starting to see where the tagline comes from... Kaine makes one with [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/TheKingpin Fisk]]]] to get the Assassin's Guild off his back, by agreeing to soften them up so they could be forcibly taken over.\n* DeathSeeker: [[spoiler: Kraven the Hunter's sole goal now is to have Kaine kill him, since he's the only one who can. He succeeded, and was resurrected in full.]]\n* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler: Annabelle]] is too scared of [[spoiler: Kaine]] after he turns into a monster, and by the time of ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #1, she hates him.\n* DidntThinkThisThrough: Kaine's MO, [[spoiler: including sleeping with Zoe right after saving her as Scarlet Spider, and therefore revealing his (and possibly Peter Parker's) identity to her.]]\n* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Aracely has a dream like in Issue #24.\n* DugTooDeep: One of Roxxon's oil digs drilled too deep and unleashed an EnergyBeing that they named Mammon.\n* FanServicePack: When Aracely debuted she looked between 12 and 14. By the series' conclusion she looked around 16.\n* FriendOnTheForce: Officer Wally Layton. [[spoiler:Right up until Meland gets critically injured.]]\n* FullyAbsorbedFinale: Had at least two, in different series. The short story "Kaine" in ''Amazing Spider-Man #1'' had [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker]] visiting Houston and meeting Annabelle and Meland. The series ComicBook/NewWarriors was effectively a sequel series to ''Scarlet Spider'', co-starring Aracely and Kaine; ''New Warriors #9'' was a direct sequel-finale, with [[spoiler: Kaine briefly returning to Houston and meeting Wally again for the first time since his departure.]]\n* GeniusBruiser: though Kaine says that he's 'not as smart as his brothers', he is smart enough to figure out how to hack the display of his costume.\n* GoryDiscretionShot: Notable especially during the ''In the Midst of Wolves'' arc for several including drug usage [[spoiler:and a scene with the main character being eaten alive]].\n* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: [[spoiler: Kraven and his clan.]]\n* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler: Kaine shoves his stinger into Carnage's brain, and later into Wolverine's heart. Wolverine healed pretty quickly, and as of ''Superior Carnage'', so has Kasady.]]\n* InSeriesNickname: He is often referred to as Scarlet Spider by the cops and media, but Carnage liked to call him "Not Spider-Man".\n* KaleidoscopeHair: Annabelle, whose air went from red to pink, and eventually blonde, as seen in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' 1.\n* KidSidekick: Aracely, who may actually be [[spoiler: the Aztec sun/war god Huitzilopochtli. She later becomes this in full by taking on the alias Hummingbird and helping Kaine chase down Wolverine, infiltrating the X-Men's school and using the same disguise as her hero outfit in later stories.]]\n* MegaCorp: Roxxon [[spoiler: who were responsible for hiring the traffickers to bring over Aracely as a test subject and awakening Mammon.]]\n* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead\n** When Aracely tries to peek into Kaine's head, she's chased out by the Other.\n** When Rachel Grey tries to read Aracely's mind, she's overloaded by Huitzilopochtli.\n* MistakenForPedophile: Kaine, when Annabelle discovers him keeping Aracely in his hotel room.\n-->'''Annabelle''': Well, then what the helló \n-->'''Kaine''': She's... [[BlatantLies She's my niece]]. \n-->'''Annabelle''': ...You @#$%*& pervert. \n* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Annabelle burns a frantic letter from Madame Web warning Kaine about Shathra's return, thinking it was from a crazy fan. \n* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler: The Lobos siblings give Kaine one of these in issue 13, [[JustEatHim the ending isn't pretty]].]] Kaine later returns the favour.\n* NotSoDifferent: Kaine and the villain known as The Mark.\n* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: [[spoiler: The Lobos Cartel get brought in to deal with Kaine.]]\n* OverlyLongName: Aracely's full name is Maria Aracely Josefina Penalba de las Heras.\n* ProfessionalKiller: The Assassin's Guild.\n* {{Retcon}}: In [[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan J. Michael Straczynski's run as writer]], Peter was killed by Morlun and resurrected by a totemic spider-god called the Great Weaver. Another totemic spider-god calling itself "Ero" manifested in order to kill Peter and restore the natural order, returning a couple of times before being killed off. In ''In The Midst of Wolves'', Ero returns and is retconned into having been the Great Weaver - or at least the totemic spider-god who resurrected Peter in ''The Other'' - all along, without explaining why she tried to kill Peter, took on human form, and tried to impregnate Flash Thompson in the original continuity. No explanation is given to how Peter was brought back to life since in the post-One More Day continuity he rejected Ero/the Other's offer, causing it to seek out Kaine as a host instead. \n* ShapeshiftingSeducer: Shathra the totemic wasp deity sleeps with Kaine while in the form of his current girlfriend. The real one shows up later.\n* SharingABody: [[spoiler: According to Beast, Aracely is sharing a body with something else - presumably the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Could be why everyone is trying to kill her.]]\n* ShipperOnDeck: Aracely ships Kaine x Annabelle, to the point that when they kiss she spies on them with her powers and quips that it's her best day ever. \n* SuperTeam: The Rangers are (apparently) the Southwest's only heroes, barring Kaine, and consist of Texas Twister, Firebird, Fifty-One, Living Lightning, Shooting Star and Red Wolf. They tried to welcome Kaine into the group afterwards... he rejected the offer. Violently.\n** Kaine [[spoiler: despite quitting being the Scarlet Spider at the end of Issue 25]], has been announced as joining the newest incarnation of the ComicBook/NewWarriors along with Aracely, who's taken up the Hummingbird mantle full-time.\n* SymbolSwearing: Actually happens quite a bit in the series and not just limited to Kaine.\n** Which eventually leads to Aracely creating a swear jar. [[RunningGag Pretty much any instance of a character swearing is met by other characters yelling "JAR!" now.]]\n* TheTeamBenefactor: Kaine thanks to his stealing money from human traffickers and drug dealers. [[spoiler:Does this again to fund his trip to Mexico to find Aracely's mother.]]\n* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: [[spoiler: Turns out Kaine came up with a plan to take down the Assassin's Guild with Wolverine and the fight in ''Issue 17'' was the set up... at least until he put the stinger into his heart after going evil for a moment. He topped it with another one in the next issue by revealing he had Wilson Fisk absorb the Assassin's Guild after they softened them up.]]\n* WholePlotReference: There are two to [[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan J. Michael Straczynski's run as writer]]:\n** The ''In the Midst of Wolves'' arc is explicitly one to ''The Other'' arc. In ''The Other'', Peter was mortally wounded and resurrected by agreeing to become the avatar of a spider-god. In ''In the Midst of Wolves'', Kaine is mortally wounded and resurrected by agreeing to become the avatar of the exact same ([[{{Retcon}} more or less]]) spider-god.\n** Shathra returns and goes after Kaine, but is killed for good this time.\n* WireDilemma: Kaine and Wally have this issue after locating a nuclear TimeBomb, they spent most of the issue trying to find it and not knowing [[BombDisposal what to do after they found it]]. Kaine simply resorted to [[CuttingTheKnot ripping out the wires]]. He reasons they were screwed either way.\n* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler: Zoe is this, to an insane degree. After blowing up Kaine's room with a rocket launcher, she screams to Kaine that she loves him.]][[/folder]]
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10th Jan '17 5:00:13 AM Blazer
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In the story ''ComicBook/DeadNoMoreTheCloneConspiracy'' it was revealed that [[spoiler:Ben Reilly was resurrected by the Jackal in an attempt to improve his cloning procedures. In the process, he was driven mad and became the Jackal himself. The upcoming ''Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider'' will focus on Ben and his return to heroics and Kaine as he helps his clone brother come to grips with what he had done as the Jackal.]]



%%* BigBad: In ''Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy'', it's revealed that the Jackal resurrected and killed him dozens of times, until Ben finally snapped and nearly killed Warren, relenting at the last second. He then tricked Warren into believing he had been killed and that he was one of his army of clones. He then went on to become the new Anubis-masked Jackal and founded New U Technologies to clone all the people Peter Parker failed to save.

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%%* * BigBad: [[spoiler: In ''Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy'', it's revealed that the Jackal resurrected and killed him dozens of times, until Ben finally snapped and nearly killed Warren, relenting at the last second. He then tricked Warren into believing he had been killed and that he was one of his army of clones. He then went on to become the new Anubis-masked Jackal and founded New U Technologies to clone all the people Peter Parker failed to save.]]
9th Jan '17 11:02:34 AM Arawn999
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%%* BigBad: In ''Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy'', it's revealed that the Jackal resurrected and killed him dozens of times, until Ben finally snapped and nearly killed Warren, relenting at the last second. He then tricked Warren into believing he had been killed and that he was one of his army of clones. He then went on to become the new Anubis-masked Jackal and founded New U Technologies to clone all the people Peter Parker failed to save.



* CloneDegeneration: The way it was confirmed he was the clone and not Peter. (Still, most clones died ''because'' the degenerated, unlike Ben, whose body did so after he was killed, so it would seem Ben was a more successful cloning attempt than the others.)
* CoolLoser

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* CloneDegeneration: The way it was confirmed he was the clone and not Peter. (Still, most clones died ''because'' the they degenerated, unlike Ben, whose body did so after he was killed, so it would seem Ben was a more successful cloning attempt than the others.)
* %%* CoolLoser



* KilledOffForReal



* NinetiesAntiHero: He once wore an all-black costume with a grey vein motif, a tattered red cape, and Comicbook/{{Batman}}-like arm and leg serrations, as seen during his flashbacks to the Clone Saga, and was also not averse to killing people by ripping their faces off.
** As of the 2012 ''Scarlet Spider'' series, he tries to avoid killing at all costs, even restarting [[spoiler: Kraven's]] heart after stopping it to satisfy the conditions of a mystical connection.

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* NinetiesAntiHero: NinetiesAntiHero:
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He once wore an all-black costume with a grey vein motif, a tattered red cape, and Comicbook/{{Batman}}-like arm and leg serrations, as seen during his flashbacks to the Clone Saga, and was also not averse to killing people by ripping their faces off.
** As of the 2012 ''Scarlet Spider'' series, he tries to avoid killing at all costs, even restarting [[spoiler: Kraven's]] heart after stopping it to satisfy the conditions of a mystical connection. However, he remains tempermental, foul-mouthed, and willing to use excessive force in combat.
9th Jan '17 6:32:46 AM rafi
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* BadassBiker

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* BadassBikerBadassBiker: During "The Lost Years" Mini and "The Clone Saga" revamp.



* NinetiesAntiHero: He once wore an all-black costume with a grey vein motif, a tattered red cape, and Comicbook/{{Batman}}-like arm and leg serrations, as seen during his flashbacks to the Clone Saga, and was also not averse to killing people by ripping their faces off.
** As of the 2012 ''Scarlet Spider'' series, he tries to avoid killing at all costs, even restarting [[spoiler: Kraven's]] heart after stopping it to satisfy the conditions of a mystical connection.



** NinetiesAntiHero: Unlike Peter and Ben, he is more than willing to cross the line of killing. As of the 2012 ''Scarlet Spider'' series, he tries to avoid killing at all costs, even restarting [[spoiler: Kraven's]] heart after stopping it to satisfy the conditions of a mystical connection.



** Do ''not'' mess with his friends. A group of robbers learned this the hard way after one of them took Annabelle hostage - it had the side effect of instantly sobering him up.



* NinetiesAntiHero: He once wore an all-black costume with a grey vein motif, a tattered red cape, and Comicbook/{{Batman}}-like arm and leg serrations, as seen during his flashbacks to the Clone Saga, and was also not averse to killing people by ripping their faces off.
19th May '16 6:59:15 PM Doug86
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* FullyAbsorbedFinale: Had at least two, in different series. The short story "Kaine" in ''Amazing Spider-Man #1'' had [[{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}} Peter Parker]] visiting Houston and meeting Annabelle and Meland. The series ComicBook/NewWarriors was effectively a sequel series to ''Scarlet Spider'', co-starring Aracely and Kaine; ''New Warriors #9'' was a direct sequel-finale, with [[spoiler: Kaine briefly returning to Houston and meeting Wally again for the first time since his departure.]]

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* FullyAbsorbedFinale: Had at least two, in different series. The short story "Kaine" in ''Amazing Spider-Man #1'' had [[{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}} [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker]] visiting Houston and meeting Annabelle and Meland. The series ComicBook/NewWarriors was effectively a sequel series to ''Scarlet Spider'', co-starring Aracely and Kaine; ''New Warriors #9'' was a direct sequel-finale, with [[spoiler: Kaine briefly returning to Houston and meeting Wally again for the first time since his departure.]]
10th Apr '16 12:05:05 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* HeroOfAnotherStory: Clearly he was active during his wanderings. He was known to have encountered - and possibly fought the demonic villain D'spayre in the past, but the details were never revealed. Other adventures were hinted at.





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\n* WalkingTheEarth: What he did before the Clone Saga; he returned to New York because Aunt May was dying.

29th Feb '16 4:29:25 PM Arawn999
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Added DiffLines:

* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead
** When Aracely tries to peek into Kaine's head, she's chased out by the Other.
** When Rachel Grey tries to read Aracely's mind, she's overloaded by Huitzilopochtli.
29th Feb '16 4:23:00 PM Arawn999
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Annabelle burns a frantic letter from Madame Web warning Kaine about Shathra's return, thinking it was from a crazy fan.



* SharingABody: [[spoiler: According to Beast, Aracely is sharing a body with something else. Could be why everyone is trying to kill her.]]

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* SharingABody: [[spoiler: According to Beast, Aracely is sharing a body with something else.else - presumably the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Could be why everyone is trying to kill her.]]]]
* ShipperOnDeck: Aracely ships Kaine x Annabelle, to the point that when they kiss she spies on them with her powers and quips that it's her best day ever.
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