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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unbeatable if not for the emergency antidote serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]]. Even Stan Lee's description of the Lizard in the Character Viewer is terrifying.

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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unbeatable if not for the emergency antidote serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]]. Even the normally dynamic sounding Stan Lee's description of the Lizard in the Character Viewer is terrifying.


** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unbeatable if not for the emergency antidote serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]].

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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unbeatable if not for the emergency antidote serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]]. Even Stan Lee's description of the Lizard in the Character Viewer is terrifying.
-->'''Stan Lee:''' The Lizard. Product of a twisted experiment... gone wrong.


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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unkillable if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]].

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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unkillable unbeatable if not for the emergency antidote serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest]].


* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend Dr. Curt Connors for help, and since Connors is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connors' lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].

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* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend Dr. Curt Connors for help, and since Connors is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connors' lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of [[KillerRobot laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].


** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unkillable if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest].

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** From the same game, The Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost unkillable if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest].rest]].


* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend Dr. Curt Connors for help, and since Connor is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connor's lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].

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* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend Dr. Curt Connors for help, and since Connor Connors is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connor's Connors' lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].


* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend [[Comicbook/TheLizard Dr. Curt Connor]] for help, and since Connor is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connor's lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].
* [[Comicbook/TheLizard The Lizard]] himself, out of control and almost killed Spider-Man if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest].

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* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend [[Comicbook/TheLizard Dr. Curt Connor]] Connors for help, and since Connor is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connor's lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].
* [[Comicbook/TheLizard ** From the same game, The Lizard]] himself, Lizard himself. Completely out of control and almost killed Spider-Man unkillable if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest].

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* In [[VideoGame/SpiderMan2EnterElectro its sequel]], Spider-Man just wants to ask his friend [[Comicbook/TheLizard Dr. Curt Connor]] for help, and since Connor is unable to answer Spidey's phone call, Spidey has to visit Connor's lab in BioTech headquarters. Unfortunately, BioTech's anti-infiltration AI detects Spider-Man's presence, hence unavoidable ManVersusMachine scenario happens, where Spider-Man has to face dozens of laser-firing robots]] [[UpToEleven and automatic electricity traps]] that can [[OneHitKill insta-kill him in one hit]].
* [[Comicbook/TheLizard The Lizard]] himself, out of control and almost killed Spider-Man if not for the emergency serum available in the lab. [[OhCrap Note: The Lizard can climb up the walls and stick to the ceiling, giving Spider-Man very little space to hide or rest].


* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4''

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''
''NightmareFuel/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4''
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** ''NightmareFuel/SpiderManFarFromHome''


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!!Video Games
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4''


* ''ComicBook/KravensLastHunt''. Kraven the Hunter literally buries Peter alive and assumes the Spidey identity, only going extra rough on criminals while Peter's friends and family have no idea where he is for days. The What If? issue was even worse, with Kraven actually killing Peter, and later digging up his festering remains in order to consume them.
** "They said my mother was insane..." *BLAM!*
** The sequel ''The Grim Hunt'', which served as the finale to ''The Gauntlet'' series of stories (revamps of old Spidey villains into scarier threats), is a mix of PsychologicalHorror, BodyHorror, and good ol' fashioned GothicHorror as Kraven's family goes about attempting to raise their patriarch from the dead through BloodMagic.



* The infamous "Kravenís Last Hunt" story arc, where Kraven, driven insane by his repeated losses against Spider-Man, becomes obsessed with defeating his enemy by "becoming him". He does this by putting Spider-Man in a death-like coma and ''burying him alive'', then assuming Spider-Manís identity and embarking on a vigilante spree. Spider-Man is trapped in his grave for TWO WEEKS, during his which he has horrible nightmares and has to undergo a vision quest just to regain enough control of his own body to claw his way out of the grave. The story ends with Kraven declaring victory and shooting himself in the head.

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* The infamous "Kravenís Last Hunt" story arc, where Kraven, driven insane by his repeated losses against Spider-Man, becomes obsessed with defeating his enemy by "becoming him". He does this by putting Spider-Man in a death-like coma and ''burying him alive'', then assuming Spider-Manís identity and embarking on a vigilante spree.spree and going extra rough on criminals while Peter's friends and family have no idea where he is for days.. Spider-Man is trapped in his grave for TWO WEEKS, during his which he has horrible nightmares and has to undergo a vision quest just to regain enough control of his own body to claw his way out of the grave. The story ends with Kraven declaring victory and shooting himself in the head.
** "They said my mother was insane..." *BLAM!*
*** The What If? issue was even worse, with Kraven actually killing Peter, and later digging up his festering remains in order to consume them.
** The sequel ''The Grim Hunt'', which served as the finale to ''The Gauntlet'' series of stories (revamps of old Spidey villains into scarier threats), is a mix of PsychologicalHorror, BodyHorror, and good ol' fashioned GothicHorror as Kraven's family goes about attempting to raise their patriarch from the dead through BloodMagic.


* ''NightmareFuel/SpidermanTheAnimatedSeries''

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* ''NightmareFuel/SpidermanTheAnimatedSeries''''NightmareFuel/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''


* Carl King was the worst bully Peter ever had (worse than Flash Thompson), and after seeing Peter be bitten by the radioactive spider, Carl eventually put two and two together, tracked down the now dead spider, and ''ate'' it in an attempt to give himself superpowers. He became a colony of arachnids that could [[OrificeInvasion invade]] people's bodies, devour their innards, and wear their flesh like a suit. Most of his victims (which included his own parents) were women, hobos and children. The arc was [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15659/3071083-the_thousand-spider-man%27s_tangled_web%232-coming_out.jpg full]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15659/3071080-the_thousand-spider-man%27s_tangled_web%231-eyes.jpg of]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15776/835635-thousand.jpg nauseating]] BodyHorror. Yeah, he's the page image here. For good reason!

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* Carl King was the worst bully Peter ever had (worse (far worse than [[JerkJock Flash Thompson), Thompson]]), and after seeing Peter be bitten by the radioactive spider, Carl eventually put two and two together, tracked down the now dead spider, and ''ate'' it in an attempt to give himself superpowers. He became a colony of arachnids that could [[OrificeInvasion invade]] people's bodies, devour their innards, and wear their flesh like a suit. Most of his victims (which included his own parents) were women, hobos and children. The arc was [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15659/3071083-the_thousand-spider-man%27s_tangled_web%232-coming_out.jpg full]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15659/3071080-the_thousand-spider-man%27s_tangled_web%231-eyes.jpg of]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/15776/835635-thousand.jpg nauseating]] BodyHorror. Yeah, he's the page image here. For good reason!


** What happens when you make an AxCrazy MisanthropeSupreme into a GodOfEvil? You get ''ComicBook/AbsoluteCarnage'', where Carnage gets the ''Grendel symbiote'' (you know, the ''NighInvulnerable dragon of the primordial evil god of symbiotes''), and seeks to kill every single person bonded to a symbiote to reawaken Knull, the aforementioned symbiote god, to destroy all of reality. If there were a Moral Singularity beyond the MoralEventHorizon, Carnage blasted through it cackling.

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** What happens when you make an AxCrazy MisanthropeSupreme into a GodOfEvil? You get ''ComicBook/AbsoluteCarnage'', where Carnage gets the ''Grendel symbiote'' (you know, the ''NighInvulnerable dragon of the primordial evil god of symbiotes''), and seeks to kill every single person bonded to a symbiote to reawaken Knull, the aforementioned symbiote god, to destroy all of reality. If there were a Moral Singularity beyond the MoralEventHorizon, Carnage blasted through it cackling. Oh, and he has a deluded Carnage-infused Norman Osborn as his [[TheDragon Dragon]].

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