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* PassingTheTorch: Her core belief when it comes to the newly formed Web of Life. The reason why she reached out to Miles and not Peter is because Niles, Annie May*the new Patternmaker who wove this web), and she are new just like this Web of Life. It is their responsibility to protect it now.


* {{Expy}}: Of Madame
Webb. She isn’t exactly like her but she pretty much does for Miles what Webb did for Peter.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Madame
Madame Webb. She isn’t exactly like her but she pretty much does for Miles what Webb did for Peter.


* Expy: Of Madame

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Of Madame


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** Hard to call her a satellite love interest if she has been in almost every comic since Bendis’ departure.




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!! Spider-Zero
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The Spider-person of Earth 001 and designated watcher and protector of the new Web of Life after the first one was destroyed in Spider-Geddon. She enlists Miles to stop what’s corrupting the Web of Life.
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* Expy: Of Madame
Webb. She isn’t exactly like her but she pretty much does for Miles what Webb did for Peter.
* JustAKid: When Miles finally meets her after being dragged through multiple dimensions by her, he is surprised to see a girl younger than him.

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** Has a Neo Nazi Iron Cross tattooed on his arm so yeah, we know his political affiliations.


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* TattooedCrook: Has two visible arm tatted sleeves with one having a Nazi Iron Cross wrapped around barbed wire.

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** It is revealed that the reason he didn't bestow his son with his former last name was because Jefferson's and Aaron's father was a man who criticized his kids for shoplifting candy, not because it was wrong too, but for not stealing something worth his while. He also was abusive. Jefferson felt that Miles should not have his name.


Ganke's and Miles' school tormenter and classmate. He constantly tries to instigate Miles and has a somewhat classist attitude.

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Ganke’s
and Miles' school tormenter and classmate. He constantly tries to instigate Miles and has a somewhat classist attitude.


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!!Ceres Goldstein
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* MissionControl: Of a more light hearted variety. He isn't on comms or anything, but does let Miles know if there is danger afoot. He also assists Miles in finding bad guys like the time he provided a lead into the child kidnapping that Miles was looking into by scouring the online black market to look for who purchased who purchased the uniforms that gave the kids powers.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: He speas with complicated diction. He never expresses any intent without getting straight to the point or being transparent.

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** Calls Spider-Man “soccer body.”


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* {{Flight}}: She is the Vulture’s Granddaughter.


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* AntiVillain: After saving Miles from the Assessor, he was forced to go back to crime after making a deal with Ceres to do jobs for her in return of paying her back for the suit.


* ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: It is pronounced Gain-Key.

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* ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: It is pronounced Gain-Key.Gone-Kay.



* TheBadGuyWins: He absolutely succeeds in his endeavor of capturing Miles, examining/torturing him for days, and gets away with it. Whatever his goal was, he succeeded. Sure, Miles escaped but has trauma and is extremely reluctant in finding and trying to stop the Assessor.



ForScience: For the Executive Board Review.

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* ForScience: For the Executive Board Review.



KillerGameMaster: Has this kind of personality.

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* KillerGameMaster: Has this kind of personality.


* KaizoTrap: A non-Video game example. Miles wakes up thinking that he caught the entire examination off guard and breaks out of his straps. He defeats the guards including the entity that captured him. And just when he thinks he is homefree, the doors that he thought were his escape only led to a closed room. The Assessor appears again revealing that it was just another test.

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ForScience: For the Executive Board Review.
* ImpliedDeathThreat: The Assessor doesn’t speak plainly. He uses corporate language and lexicons. Killing is too personal to say. The Assessor threatens to liquidate the test subject to not compromise board security.
* KaizoTrap: A non-Video game example. Miles wakes up thinking that he caught the entire examination off guard and breaks out of his straps. He defeats the guards including the entity that captured him.Asset Quantum. And just when he thinks he is homefree, the doors that he thought were his escape only led to a closed room. The Assessor appears again revealing that it was just another test.
KillerGameMaster: Has this kind of personality.


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* SinisterSurveillance: Every aspect of his testing area is monitored down to his test subjects vitals.

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*KaizoTrap: A non-Video game example. Miles wakes up thinking that he caught the entire examination off guard and breaks out of his straps. He defeats the guards including the entity that captured him. And just when he thinks he is homefree, the doors that he thought were his escape only led to a closed room. The Assessor appears again revealing that it was just another test.


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