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Characters: Spider-Man: The Animated Series
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    Peter Parker/Spider-Man 

Peter Parker/Spider-Man

Voiced by: Christopher Daniel Barnes

"It's not nice to steal in Mister Spider-Man's neighborhood. Can you say 'I'm going to jail now?'"

Our hero. What more need we say?

     Supporting Cast 

May Parker

Voiced by: Linda Gary (Season 1 to 3) Julie Bennett (Season 4 and 5)

Aunt May is Peter Parker's doting aunt, loving him as if he were her own son. May has a bad habit of trying to set Peter up on blind dates.

Mary Jane Watson

Voiced by: Sara Ballantine

"Face it, Tiger, you just hit the jackpot."

Mary Jane's parents abandoned her at young age, and she was mostly brought up by her Aunt. Mary Jane and Peter Parker met through a blind date and later had a relationship.

Felicia Hardy/Black Cat

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale

Peter's first Love Interest on the show, Felicia's life becomes a lot more interesting after The Kingpin uses her as a test subject in an experiment involving Super Soldier Super Serum. She becomes the Black Cat, a vigilante who is a frequent ally to Spider-Man.

Dr. Curt Connors/The Lizard

Voiced by: Joseph Campanella

A friend of both Peter and Spider-Man, Connors is the victim of a failed experiment that causes him to change into a human/lizard hybrid at various intervals.

Harry Osborn/Green Goblin II

Voiced by: Gary Imhoff

A classmate of Peter's, Harry eventually becomes his roommate and closest friend. Unfortunately, his breakup with Mary-Jane and subsequent jealousy over her relationship with Peter, coupled with the revelation that his father, Norman, was the original Green Goblin unbalance his mind, leading him to adopt the identity for himself.

J. Jonah Jameson

Voiced by: Edward Asner

The publisher of the Daily Bugle, Jameson is Peter's boss and makes a living harassing Spider-Man in the newspaper.
  • Alliterative Name: J. Jonah Jameson.
  • Badass Grandpa: Jigsaw Jameson can still handle himself. Even Spidey was impressed.
  • Da Editor
  • Everyone Has Standards: In "The Alien Costume," he was thrilled when he thought he had evidence of Spider-Man rubbing the shuttle, but then he learned Eddie lied about it.
    "I can't have someone who works for me coloring the truth and leaving out facts! It's against everything I stand for. You're history, Brock; outta here; fired!"
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold
  • Jerkass Fašade: Jonah wouldn't let Matt Murdock tell Peter that he was paying the legal bills in "Framed" and "The Man Without Fear".

Joseph "Robbie" Robertson

Voiced by: Rodney Saulsberry

Jonah's right-hand man at the Daily Bugle, and one of the few to consistently give Spider-Man the benefit of the doubt.

     Allies 

Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange

Voiced by: John Vernon

A master of the mystic arts, he alongside his butler Wong, help Spider-Man rescue Mary Jane from a dangerous cult led by his nemesis Baron Mordo.

Tony Stark/Iron Man

Voiced by: Robert Hays

A billionaire scientist with a double-identity, Iron Man aids Spider-Man against Venom and Carnage when they try to rob one of his labs.

James Rhodes/War Machine

Voiced by:

Tony Stark's chief of security, James Rhodes is also Iron Man's crimefighting partner War Machine.

Matt Murdock/Daredevil

Voiced by: Edward Laurence Albert Jr.

A blind attorney who represents Peter during his trial for treason, Matt Murdock's father was murdered on orders from The Kingpin. He maintains a doublelife as the vigilante, Daredevil, and helps Spider-Man discover the truth about The Kingpin's identity.

Steve Rogers/Captain America

Voiced by:

A WWII supersoldier, and leader of the Six American Warriors, he was trapped in a vortex alongside his archnemesis The Red Skull at the end of the war.

Gwen Stacy

Voiced by:

The girlfriend of an Alternate Universe's Peter Parker, she aids Spider-Man against Spider-Carnage in the last episode.
  • Distressed Damsel: Is kidnapped by Spider-Carnage. She does get major points though for firing a sonic rifle at him earlier.
  • Everyone Loves Blondes
  • Plucky Girl: She takes no crap from her egomaniac boyfriend, realises that Spider-Carnage is a fake and saves our Spider-Man, and then helps drive off Spider-Carnage by opening up on him with a sonic rifle. If it weren't for her kidnapping and five minute appearance she might be a full-on Action Girl.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: By virtue of being from a parallel universe.
  • Spot the Impostor: Instantly recognises Spider-Carnage as a fake. She also seems to have figured out that our Spider-Man isn't hers, although she still recognises him as a hero.
    Spider-Man: How'd you know that the Peter Parker downstairs wasn't me?
    Gwen Stacy: He's as nutty as a fruitcake. A girlfriend notices little things like that.
  • Unexpected Character: Who expected any version of Gwen Stacy to appear in the finale of a series that had no Gwen Stacy until then?

Madame Web

Voiced by: Joan Lee

Mysterious woman who takes it upon herself to be Spidey's mentor, preparing him for "the ultimate battle".

    Enemies 

Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin

Voiced by: Roscoe Lee Browne

The main villain of the series, the Kingpin operates a criminal empire with its headquarters in New York City. He is The Man Behind the Man to many of the villains in the series, including all the incarnations of the Insidious Six and the Spider-Slayers.
  • Amoral Attorney: Not our Kingpin (who pretends to be a businessman and philanthropist) but the version of Fisk in the Iron Spider-Man's world definitely qualifies.
    Spider-Man: The Kingpin is my lawyer?
  • Bad Boss
  • Badass Normal: Bordering on Charles Atlas Superpower. This is an unpowered human who can swallow blows from Spider-Man and topple giant robots with only his raw brute strength.
  • Bald of Evil
  • Berserk Button: When Daredevil mentions that the police has his son, he flies in a rage.
    Daredevil: I'm taking your family. The police have your son, and I have you!
    Fisk: My son?!
  • Big Bad: Of the Crime Cartel, the Insidious Six, numerous individual arcs, and the show itself.
    • Bigger Bad: He's behind many of the events that happen in the show, but he's not personally fought by Spider-Man until around Season 3.
  • The Chessmaster
  • Diabolical Mastermind
  • Enemy Mine: Anytime an Omnicidal Maniac showed up.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His wife Vanessa and son Richard.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He is willing to help Spider-Man if the planet is in danger.
    Landon: How could you help them?
    Kingpin: There is no profit to be made in the destruction of the planet, it's very bad for business.
  • Evil Brit
  • Kevlard: Going of the sheer amount of damage he's able to No Sell, yes.
  • Large and in Charge: Stands taller and wider than the Rhino.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Looking at him you would think he'd be a Mighty Glacier, but he catches Spider-man and Daredevil a LOT.
  • Made of Iron
  • The Man Behind the Man: He's the Big Bad to the Insidious Six, the Crime Cartel, and almost every other major supervillain on the show, but he keeps to the shadows and Spider-Man does not meet him face-to-face until the third season.
  • Man in White: He is almost always seen wearing a white business suit.
  • Morality Pet: His son Richard.
  • Pragmatic Villainy
  • Self-Made Orphan/Patricide: He is as strongly implied to be this as the censors would allow. After being left for the police by his father in a robbery gone south, he walked out of prison with the physical strength, connections and mentality needed to build his empire. It's not made clear what he did to his father, but Smythe is shocked that even he could be so ruthless. Near the end of that storyline, he makes his own son Richard take the fall for Kingpin's exposed scheme. After his wife leaves him for this betrayal, he is left alone holding a photo of his shattered family, bitterly wondering when his own son would take his revenge.
  • Stout Strength: One of the largest, heaviest, and most physically imposing people in the series, as well as one of the strongest. He claims to only be 2% body fat. Considering how fast he moves, he's probably not lying.
  • The Syndicate
  • Take Over the World: Would love to do so, although he's fairly practical about it, focusing more on spreading his influence than crazed schemes—although he certainly has a few of those up his sleeves.
  • Unwitting Pawn: To of his counterparts wind up being this to Spider-Carnage. (The first of these doubles knew not to blindly trust Spider-Carnage, but he had no idea how far his "ally" intended to go.)
  • Villain With A Good Publicity: He's the president and owner of a number of legitimate businesses and appears to the public as a successful businessman and philanthropist.
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: In the backstory. He is pleased that his relationship with his son is nothing like the one he had with his father.
  • Who Dares?:
    Daredevil: Right here, Kingpin. And the name is Daredevil.
    Fisk: You'd have to be a daredevil, to dare to challenge me!
  • You Killed My Father: Killed Daredevil's father.

Spencer Smythe

Voiced by:

An inventor who was forced to build the original Spider-Slayers for The Kingpin.

Alistair Smythe

Voiced by: Maxwell Caulfield

Spencer Smythe's wheelchair-bound son, Alistair becomes The Kingpin's right-hand man for much of the show, serving as his chief inventor and confidante. He is later transformed into a living Spider-Slayer by The Kingpin and Landon.

Herbert Landon

Voiced by: David Warner

A fanatical scientist with an anti-mutant agenda, he is later transformed into a freak of nature by one of his own experiments. He eventually replaces Alistair Smythe as The Kingpin's Number Two.

Dr. Otto Octavius/Dr. Octopus

Voiced by: Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

"Science is all that matters."

Once a respected scientist, Dr. Otto Octavius was Peter Parker's mentor as science camp when he was ten. Following an accident that bonded his tentacles to his body, Octavius has become a criminal mastermind, though he still has a soft spot for his former students. He is a core member of the Insidious Six and acts as their field leader.

Mac Gargan/The Scorpion

Voiced by: Martin Landau (Season 1 and 2) Richard Moll (Season 4 and 5)

"I wanna be plain old Mac Gargan again."

A former private investigator who went mad after Jameson had him transformed into a weapon to use against Spider-Man. He alternates between working as a mercenary for The Kingpin and other crime lords (most notably Silvermane) and wanting to return to normal. A member of both incarnations of the Insidious Six.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Scorpions, obviously.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: It's implied that he always wanted to be a "big shot" and this is what Jameson used to convince him to go along with the idea of using neogenic radiation to splice scorpion DNA into his own. Then it turns out the powers come with mutating into a form he loathes, and he wants to be normal again.
  • Berserk Button: Spidey quickly learns that calling him names and making fun of him is a good way to make him start fighting more carelessly.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: It sprays Hollywood Acid and can be used to smash, pummel, constrict and squeeze things.
  • Body Horror: In Gargan's first episode, he starts to spontaneously mutate further. His upper torso swells (in a manner that is implied to be very painful) with muscle until he looks ridiculously top-heavy, he grows to be about twelve feet tall, he develops green skin and yellow eyes, and his fingers start forming into claws. In subsequent appearances, he looks like his pre-mutation form (a tall, muscular but normal man in his trademark costume).
  • The Brute: Shares this role with The Rhino as a member of the Insidious Six.
  • Chronic Villainy: No matter how hard he tries, or what he promises Sarah, Mac just can't seem to keep out of the underworld, inevitably falling back into crime whenever he is short of cash.
  • Dumb Muscle: He's not out and out stupid like The Rhino, but Mac is still hot-tempered, impulsive, and dangerously short-sighted.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Yells at Spider-Man about not dragging his mother into things when the latter cracks a "your mom" joke. This is especially notable, because Spidey had tried to press his Berserk Button (as above) in the process, but it's only the comment about his mother that riled him up. In the past, just insulting him would have been enough on its own.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Later episodes reveal he has a fiancee named Sarah, who he loves and who helps hide him from the law, and he wants to go back to being Mac Gargan so he can get married to her.
  • Evil Counterpart: Created through the same process that made Spider-Man what he is, and is also based upon an arachnid in terms of both costume, name and abilities.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Courtesy of Jameson. He goes from weasily private eye to bulky thug in a matter of minutes.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Scorpion goes berserk very easily, which usually brings about his downfall.
  • Hellish Pupils: His pupils become vertical slits as his mutation progresses.
  • Hero Killer: Subverted. He's dangerous certainly, but despite the buildup, isn't significantly more threatening than other members of the Six (and less so than some).
  • I Just Want to Be Badass/I Just Want to Be Normal: Starts out as the former, but progresses to the latter. It's implied the change-over has something to do with the painful body-warping freakout he undergoes in his first episode, but he reverts back to his "normal" Scorpion form afterwards (which, honestly, is better looking than his human form) and never seems to be at risk of mutation afterwards.
  • Morality Pet: His girlfriend, Sarah.
  • Save the Villain: One of the few occasions Spidey did it knowing he was saving a villain.
  • Scary Scorpions: Chosen for the symbolism; Scorpion was created to defeat Spider-Man, and scorpions are natural predators of spiders.
  • Super Reflexes: As Spider-Man's evil-counterpart, he can move and react with great speed; in his first appearance, he actually claims (and is shown to be) faster than Spidey — however, he lacks Spider-Man's precognitive Spider-Sense.
  • Super Strength: Officially stronger than Spider-Man is.

The Rhino

Voiced by: Don Stark

"You should have stayed in black, because I'm gonna dirty you up bad."

A supervillain-for-hire his motivations and past are never explained. He frequently works for The Kingpin and provides the Insidious Six with their heaviest muscle.

The Shocker

Voiced by: Jim Cummings

"This time it's maximum voltage at minimum range."

A mercenary in The Kingpin's employ, Shocker fires vibrational waves from his gauntlets. He is a member of the Insidious Six and tangles with Spider-Man as part of the group and on his own.
  • Achilles' Heel: Downplayed. Water can cause his gauntlets to short out, but it's only a serious problem for him if his insulated suit is also damaged. This convenient alignment of factors happens once in the entire show.
  • Adaptational Badass: Shocker in the comics is treated as a joke, regardless of his (not unimpressive) track record. This version managed to give the black-suited Spider-Man a run for his money and is given the appropriate amount of respect.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: His insulated suit allows him to channel his attacks and conduct electricity safely.
  • Dark Chick: Of the Insidious Six.
  • Evil Duo: Forms one with The Rhino in one episode. During the "Forgotten Warriors" arc he and Scorpion form one within the Insidious Six. In both cases, he's the calm and collected one.
  • Evil Sounds Deep
  • The Faceless: He's never shown without his mask. Even in jail he's apparently allowed to keep it on.
  • Guttural Growler: Courtesy of Jim Cummings.
  • Hand Blast/Power Fist: His gauntlets can function as either, depending on the situation.
  • Hired Guns
  • No Name Given: He's The Shocker. No other name is ever provided.
  • Only in It for the Money: Easily the most professional member of the Six.
  • Professional Killer: Smythe and The Kingpin use him for kidnappings and assassinations—the kind of jobs they wouldn't trust The Rhino to do.
  • Psycho Electro: Fires concentric rings of electricity from his gauntlets.
  • Pungeon Master: Makes at least one pun related to the word 'Shock', in EVERY episode he appears in.

Quentin Beck/Mysterio

Voiced by: Gregg Berger

"Time for me to resume my leading role as Mysterio!"

A former Hollywood stuntman turned illusionist and thief, Mysterio serves as a member of the Insidious Six before being seemingly killed in a fire.
  • Badass Cape
  • Blond Guys Are Evil
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Most of his illusions are concealed within his suit.
  • Evil Genius
  • Killed Off for Real
  • Large Ham
  • The Load: He temporarily becomes a villainous example in the Villain Team-Up. He has no powers to contribute to anything, only crates of stuff their quarry can knock down to block the villains' way when they are chasing a de-powered Spider-Man.
  • Master of Illusion
  • Never My Fault: His careless use of explosives caused a big accident and got him one year in prison, but he blames it all on Spider-Man because the webhead intervened and caught him. If anything, Spidey saving people from the explosion prevented Beck from serving a larger prison term.
    Mysterio: It's payback time.
    Spider-Man: Payback? For what? You did it all to yourself.
    Mysterio: Yes, that's what my psychiatrist said, but you know what? His sessions never made me feel this good.
  • Small Name, Big Ego
  • Unholy Matrimony: Eventually develops a crush on a badly disfigured (and totally unhinged) actress.

Adrian Toomes/The Vulture

Voiced by:

A failed businessman with a grudge against Norman Osborn, the Vulture is an old man who eventually develops a way to feed off of his victims' youth in order to temporarily become young again. By stealing the rejuvenated Silvermane's youth he is able to make the process permanent; he then joins the Insidious Six as Mysterio's replacement.

The Chameleon

A nameless, faceless, shapeshifting spy, found most often in The Kingpin's employ. He is later revealed to be The Red Skull's foster son and his mole within The Kingpin's organisation.

Eddie Brock/Venom

Voiced by: Gregg Berger

"From now on, we're poison to you Spider-Man! That's why we call ourselves VENOM!"

A washed-out Daily Bugle reporter turned violent criminal, Brock becomes Venom after bonding with the alien symbiote that was once bonded to Spider-Man.

Cletus Kasady/Carnage

Voiced by: Scott Cleverdon

"Come on! What are you waiting for? I'm yours, man! Together we're gonna wreak glorious Carnage throughout the land!"

A criminal lunatic, Kasady had the cell next to Eddie Brock. Baron Mordo offered him the chance to gain the same kind of power that Brock had, granting him one of Venom's offspring as a gift and transforming him into Carnage.

The Hobgoblin/Jason Phillip Macendaele

Voiced by: Mark Hamill

A killer created and retained by Norman Osborn for the purposes of assassinating The Kingpin, the Hobgoblin eventually turned freelance criminal. Who was behind his mask remained a mystery for much of the show; it was eventually revealed to be Jason Phillip, Felicia Hardy's fiance.

Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin

Voiced by:

The father of Peter's friend Harry, Norman is a crooked businessman who starts the show almost completely under the thumb of The Kingpin. A lab accident eventually results in him developing a split personality; donning an altered version of the Hobgoblin's gear he becomes the Green Goblin and seeks revenge on everyone who has ever made his life difficult.

Silvio "Silvermane" Manfredi

Voiced by:

A member of the Crime Cartel and a rival of Wilson Fisk's, Silvermane is governed by two obsessions—to seize control of the cartel from The Kingpin, and to regain his lost youth.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Wished to be young again. Was turned into a baby. He then wished to regain his adult body—and was aged to an even older state than beforehand by The Vulture. Feel free to laugh.
  • Butt Monkey: He gets screwed over by Fisk, The Scorpion, and The Vulture (not to mention Spider-Man), and all of his schemes backfire horribly. You'd feel sorry for him if he wasn't such a dick.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: When he regains his youth he's able to beat up The Lizard with his bare hands. Somehow.
  • Enfante Terrible: Played for Laughs when his antiaging magic backfires, leaving him as an infant.
  • Evil Old Folks
  • Light Is Not Good: As Spidey observed, he seems like a sweet old man on the surface.
  • The Starscream: He's not exactly discreet in his belief that he could run the cartel better than Fisk.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Successfully pulls one on Spider-Man when he's attacked by the Insidious Six.

Hammerhead

Voiced by:

Another member of the Crime Cartel, Hammerhead is initially one of Silvermane's henchmen, before defecting to Fisk.

Tombstone/Lonnie Lincoln

Voiced by:

Robbie Robertson: Lonnie...? I thought you were...
Tombstone: Don't be so sure I'm not.

A childhood friend of Robbie Robertson's, Lonnie Lincoln was forever changed following a mishap at a chemical plant. He now operates as an underworld hitman, taking jobs for the likes of Silvermane and Richard Fisk.

Morrie Bench/Hydro-Man

Voiced by:

An ex-boyfriend of Mary-Jane's who later gained the power to manipulate water. Defeated by Spider-Man he evaporates; a clone of him later returns to cause havoc in his place.

Baron Mordo

Voiced by:

An evil sorcerer with ties to the netherworld, Baron Mordo works tirelessly to free his master, the dread Dormammu from his prison. To that end he has brainwashed innocent people, stolen souls, and even conspired with Venom and Carnage.

Dormammu

Voiced by:

An evil entity imprisoned in another world, Dormammu seeks his freedom—and the souls of everyone in the world.

Miles Warren

Voiced by:

A biologist with a penchant for clones, Warren causes a lot of trouble in both our Spider-Man's world, and the alternate reality belonging to Spider-Carnage and the Scarlet Spider.

Rheinholt Schmidt/Electro

Voiced by:

The son of the Red Skull, Schmidt spent most of his life trying to free his father from the vortex. Manipulating The Kingpin and Silver Sable into doing his bidding, Schmidt ultimately freed his father who "rewarded" him by transforming him into his ultimate weapon, Electro.

The Red Skull

Voiced by:

"Do not despair, Chameleon. The Red Skull anticipates everything."

A Nazi spymaster, and archfoe of Captain America and the Six American Warriors, The Red Skull was trapped in the vortex alongside Cap. He is eventually released by his son, Rheinholt, whom he transforms into Electro; following Electro's betrayal, he and Cap are once again trapped in the vortex.

Victor Von Doom/Doctor Doom

Voiced by:

"This is what I have always wanted — absolute power and control!"

The brutal ruler of the tiny nation of Latveria, Dr. Doom is the archfoe of the Fantastic Four, and a major antagonist during the Secret Wars arc. Combining local technology with his own genius, he carves out an empire for himself, and plots to steal the Beyonder's powers for his own.

    Alternate Spider-Men 

Peter Parker/Iron Spider-Man

"In my world I'm a multi-billionaire. Aren't you?"

A Spider-Man from a world where Uncle Ben didn't die, the public accepts him, J. Jonah Jameson is his godfather, and he's a multi-billionaire. Also a raging ego trip. He also made a terrible choice picking his lawyer.
  • The Ace: A wealthy, well respected superhero with high tech weapons. He's dating Gwen Stacyand Jameson likes him. Naturally, he has the confidence to match (read: Insufferable).
  • Born Lucky: One suspects he got all of the other Spider-Men's luck, especially Scarlet-Spider and Spider-Carnage's.
  • Expy: Of Tony Stark
  • Fatal Flaw: His ego.
  • Freudian Excuse: Everything has always gone his way. Of course he's a jackass. Our Spider-Man lampshades this.
  • Humongous Mecha: Owns a giant-spider robot.
  • Jerkass: He's completely insensitive, acts like he's God's gift to the world, and has no regard for his teammates' lives. Most of this stems from never having lost before.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Whatever else you might say about him, he's still a superhero, is still dedicated to doing the right thing, and honestly seems to care about his world and his girlfriend, Gwen Stacy.
  • Mr. Vice Guy
  • Powered Armor
  • Pride
  • Rich Bastard

Man-Spider/Six Armed Spider-Man

"I'm having a little mutation problem right now."

Like the main universe Spider-Man, this Spider-Man suffered from a mutation that gave him four his extra arms. Instead of trying to undo the mutation he decided on giving them web shooters. However, when he joined the Spider-Men he mutated further into the Man-Spider beast, attacking the others. He was returned to his own dimension and as such unable to help the others any further.

Peter Parker/Mechanical Armed Spider-Man

"Don't let these (mechanical arms) worry you, Pete, they're just a little souvenir from my last fight with Doc Ock."

This Spider-Man is another alternate universe equivalent to the Spider-Man. He defeated his universe's Doctor Octopus and took his arms. He built a visor so that he could control the arms.

Unknown/Spider-Man Actor

"I'm the actor who plays you on T.V."

This Spider-Man is a completely powerless mundane human, and as such has no powers of his own. In his world Spider-Man is a creation of Stan Lee. Though the other Spider-Men asked him to stay behind, he was later able to help stop the destruction of the multiverse.

Ben Reilly/The Scarlet Spider

"My name is Ben Reilly. I'm a clone of my world's Peter Parker. Or maybe he's a clone of me. We're not really sure."

A clone of his universe's Spider-Man (maybe) created by Doctor Miles Warren, the Scarlet Spider changed his name to Ben Reilly and pursued his own career as a superhero.

Peter Parker/Spider-Carnage

"Ever since that spider bit me, the world has misunderstood me and tormented me. But now, it's my turn. I'm gonna obliterate you all!"

The Spider-Man from the Scarlet Spider's reality, he lost both Aunt May and Uncle Ben at an early age. His rivalry with the Scarlet Spider (whom he believed to be his clone) only worsened his tenuous grip on reality, and the revelation that he himself might actually be the clone drove him into a homicidal rage. Following his subsequent possession by the Carnage symbiote he now actively seeks to end all life in the multiverse.


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