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* HesBack: Concerning the ComicBook/MarvelMangaverse Spider-Man, as the last time we saw him he had retired after trying to get in touch with his Spider-Side and just rejecting everything.

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* HesBack: Concerning the ComicBook/MarvelMangaverse Manga/MarvelMangaverse Spider-Man, as the last time we saw him he had retired after trying to get in touch with his Spider-Side and just rejecting everything.


** Such crossovers sometimes have fun with the more weird versions of their characters and so does this, featured on that arc, you have Spider-Man from the corny 60s cartoon, Six-Armed Spider-Man, Spider-Ham, the pig from the alternate universe populated by Funny Animals, and Takuya Yamashiro AKA Japanese Spider-Man, from the 70s Live-Action series were he has a giant robot, that he brought to the crossover.
** However, thanks to copyright issues, they can't have all the versions of Spider-Man as promised, the famous versions from Live-Action movies couldn't be shown on panel, but one Spider-Man mentions that he saw another one that looks like the guy from ''Film/{{Seabiscuit}}'', another movie by Creator/TobeyMaguire, and another one mentions one that looks the guy from ''Film/TheSocialNetwork'', another movie by Creator/AndrewGarfield.

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** Such crossovers sometimes have fun with the more weird versions of their characters and so does Despite this, featured on that arc, you have Spider-Man from the corny 60s cartoon, Six-Armed Spider-Man, Spider-Ham, the pig from the alternate universe populated by Funny Animals, and Takuya Yamashiro AKA Japanese Spider-Man, from the 70s Live-Action series were he has a giant robot, that he brought to the crossover.
** However,
thanks to copyright issues, they can't have all the versions of Spider-Man as promised, the famous versions from Live-Action movies couldn't be shown on panel, but one Spider-Man mentions that he saw another one that looks like the guy from ''Film/{{Seabiscuit}}'', another movie by Creator/TobeyMaguire, and another one mentions one that looks the guy from ''Film/TheSocialNetwork'', another movie by Creator/AndrewGarfield.


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* BackForTheDead: Many incarnations of Spider-Man, [[spoiler: including [[ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}} Spider-Man 1602]], ''ComicBook/HouseOfM'' Spider-Man, Assassin Spider-Man from ''The Spider Who Went Into The Cold'', the protagonists from ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' and ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'', the elderly Spider-Man from ''ComicBook/SpiderManReign'', [[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} the Mary Jane Spider-Woman]], the Hostess-advertising Spider-Man from ''ComicBook/HowardTheDuck'', MC2 Spider-Man, Bullet Points Spider-Man, Spider-Monkey from ''Marvel Apes'', the Prince of Arachne from ''ComicBook/MarvelFairyTales'', the Betty Brant Spider-Girl, Arachnosaur, and the Spidey from ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcom'']] reappear only to be killed.

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* BackForTheDead: Many incarnations of Spider-Man, [[spoiler: including [[ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}} Spider-Man 1602]], ''ComicBook/HouseOfM'' Spider-Man, Assassin Spider-Man from ''The Spider Who Went Into The Cold'', the protagonists from ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' and ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'', the elderly Spider-Man from ''ComicBook/SpiderManReign'', [[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} the Mary Jane Spider-Woman]], the Hostess-advertising Spider-Man from ''ComicBook/HowardTheDuck'', [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2 Spider-Man, Spider-Man]], Bullet Points Spider-Man, Spider-Monkey from ''Marvel Apes'', the Prince of Arachne from ''ComicBook/MarvelFairyTales'', the Betty Brant Spider-Girl, Arachnosaur, and the Spidey from ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcom'']] reappear only to be killed.



* CrisisCrossover: Between the various ''Spider-Man'' related titles, such as ''Spider-Man 2099'', MC2 Spider-Girl, and Spider-Man Noir, as well as the numerous ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' comics and animated series featuring versions of Spider-Man.

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* CrisisCrossover: Between the various ''Spider-Man'' related titles, such as ''Spider-Man 2099'', [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2 Spider-Girl, Spider-Girl]], and Spider-Man Noir, as well as the numerous ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' comics and animated series featuring versions of Spider-Man.



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:In ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #8, the MC2 Peter Parker and Mary Jane stay behind to deal with Daemos. It doesn't hold much, but it's enough for Spider-UK and Last Stand Spider-Man to save Spider-Girl and Benjy.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:In ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #8, the MC2 [=MC2=] Peter Parker and Mary Jane stay behind to deal with Daemos. It doesn't hold much, but it's enough for Spider-UK and Last Stand Spider-Man to save Spider-Girl and Benjy.]]


* {{Adorkable}}: Penelope Parker, the nerdy, 11-year old Spider-Girl.


* AGodAmI: Norman initially seems like a changed man... [[spoiler:but it turns out he's crazy as ever and was trying to tap into the Web of Life and Destiny in order to obtain the power to overthrow Doom.]]
* GadgeteerGenius: Spider-Man India built a device that can locate and track his fellow Spiders. Spider-Man Noir built a counter device that masked his presence, as well as a sonic blaster that stunned Carnage in epic fashion.

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* AGodAmI: GadgeteerGenius: Spider-Man India built a device that can locate and track his fellow Spiders. Spider-Man Noir built a counter device that masked his presence, as well as a sonic blaster that stunned Carnage in epic fashion.
* GodhoodSeeker:
Norman initially seems like a changed man... [[spoiler:but it turns out he's crazy as ever and was trying to tap into the Web of Life and Destiny in order to obtain the power to overthrow Doom.]]
* GadgeteerGenius: Spider-Man India built a device that can locate and track his fellow Spiders. Spider-Man Noir built a counter device that masked his presence, as well as a sonic blaster that stunned Carnage in epic fashion.
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* ATruceWhileWeGawk: When the Superior Spider-Man murders the Master Weaver to stop the Inheritors' plan, Morlun and Peter pause in beating each other up to stare in horror and call him out.

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* AnimalMotifTeam: Peter Parker and other Spider-Men in the multiverse decided to become a team in order to defeat the main villain, Morlun.

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* CrossoverVillainInChief: The Spider-Men from the {{Multiverse}} fight against Morlun and his family, the Inheritors, before this villain murders every version of the friendly neighborhood.


* ParodyProductPlacement: The [[Advertising/HostessFruitPies snack cake-advertising]] Spider-Man from ''Howard the Duck'' #14 learns the hard way that [[spoiler:Morlun is able to resist them]]. We can only speculate as to whether things might have worked out different if [[VillainousGlutton Daemos]] had been the one to face "[[BlandNameProduct So-So Cakies]]" Spider-Man.

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* ParodyProductPlacement: The [[Advertising/HostessFruitPies snack cake-advertising]] Spider-Man from ''Howard the Duck'' #14 learns the hard way that [[spoiler:Morlun is able to resist them]]. We can only speculate as to whether things might have worked out different if [[VillainousGlutton Daemos]] had been the one to face "[[BlandNameProduct So-So Cakies]]" Spider-Man. Or if they had been the real-deal ads.


* CliffhangerEnding: The second issue ends with the reveal that [[spoiler:Spider-Ma'am's Peter is hiding a still-living sample of the Carnage symbiote in his room.]] The story even ends with, "The End... for now?"

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* CliffhangerEnding: {{Cliffhanger}}: The second issue ends with the reveal that [[spoiler:Spider-Ma'am's Peter is hiding a still-living sample of the Carnage symbiote in his room.]] The story even ends with, "The End... for now?"


* AlternateSelf: Spider Ma'am battles a Carnage-hosting counterpart of herself while her husband and nephew fight the "Evil May's" cohorts.




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* CliffhangerEnding: The second issue ends with the reveal that [[spoiler:Spider-Ma'am's Peter is hiding a still-living sample of the Carnage symbiote in his room.]] The story even ends with, "The End... for now?"
* ContinuityNod: Spider-Ma'am tells Miles that he needs no introduction, as they fought together in the last two Spider-Verse events, referring to the previous Spider-Verse title as well as ''ComicBook/SpiderGeddon.''
* EvilCounterpart: Carnage-May and her murderous Ben and Peter serve as this to Spider-Ma'am's family. Carnage-May is soon joined by an equally evil counterpart of Miles.
* {{Filler}}: The second issue doesn't mention what happened in the previous one at all, making it more of a relatively light-hearted story about Spider Ma'am fighting off her EvilCounterpart from another universe with the help of her husband, her nephew, and Miles.
* HappilyMarried: Ben and May are in love as ever, going so far as to be a BattleCouple with Ben providing May with additional webbing support.

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In 2019, a new ''Spider-Verse'' mini-series was released. Starring Miles Morales, Miles hops through time/space in order to fix the Web of Life and Destiny with the help of other Spiders.


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* AllForNothing: [[spoiler:During ''Spider-Geddon'', Spider-Norman destroyed the Web of Life and Destiny in anger over being snubbed by [=SpOck=]. As it turns out, Annie May's awakening as the Patternmaker ended up rebuilding the Web, so Norman's attack did nothing.]]
* CameBackWrong: Annie May's Web of Life and Destiny is kinda-sorta messed up and growing out of control and with her missing, it's going to get worse.
* TheChosenOne: Spider-Zero recruits Miles for their mission to find Annie May. As she explains, they're the new generation of Spiders for a rebuilt web, so there's no real need to grab Peter.

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