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    Miguel O'Hara / Spider-Man 

Miguel O'Hara

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #1

The head geneticist of Alchemax, Miguel was overseeing the development of genetic splicing technology, with the ultimate goal of developing corporate raiders who would have the powers of the Heroes of old - most specially, Spider-man. However, even as crooked as his job was, Miguel had morals. When a failed experiment killed a human volunteer - despite Miguel's repeated protests that they were not ready for testing on humans - yet was deemed a success by his superiors, Miguel tried to quit Alchemax, only to be tricked by his boss Tyler Stone into becoming addicted to Rapture, a drug which only Alchemax provides. Desperate for a cure, Miguel tests the technology on himself, but another scientist tried to kill him by sabotaging the experiment while it was underway.

And thus the new Spider-man was born; a man who knew nothing but the cut-throat world of business and science, yet now hating them with a passion, and determined to fight against the corruption they spread.


  • 10-Minute Retirement: At the beginning of the 2015 series, Miguel was determined to give up the heroics and live with Tempest. When a terrorist attack "kills" her, he drops this attitude pretty quickly.
  • Adaptation Personality Change:
  • Affectionate Nickname: Miggy. Tyler Stone calls him "Mike", but he hates it.
  • Affirmative Action Legacy: Peter Parker was white, but Miguel is half-Mexican, half-Irish. The Irish part is put under question when his true father is revealed though.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Spiders.
  • Antagonistic Offspring:
    • Miguel hated his father George with a passion; he wanted him to grow so old that all his organs would have to be replaced with mechanical substitutes that would keep collapsing, just to make him suffer. The reason Miguel cried at his death wasn't sadness to see a loved one go, but anger because his plan never came to fruition.
    • His biological father is Tyler Stone, who Miguel already absolutely loathed for his complete Lack of Empathy. Tyler does his best to get Miguel under his thumb, and when that failed, get rid of him.
  • Aside Glance: When Lyla goes through the various modes she has installed, she switches to one who looks exactly like Aunt May. Miguel stares right at the reader and then tells Lyla to kill it.
  • Back for the Dead: The Miguel from Exiles returns in issue #5 of the 2014 series... only for Morlun to effortlessly kill him.
  • Back from the Dead: At the end of Volume 3, Miguel is killed by Tempest thanks to a psychic suggestion set up by Tyler Stone. However, he's warped back to 2099 and resurrected by Strange 2099.
  • Badass Bookworm: Miguel looks and acts like an arrogant scientist most of the time, but he's one of the most dangerous powered individuals of his era.
  • Badass Family: He ends up starting one, as he, Tempest and their son are all superheroes.
  • Big Damn Kiss: Miguel gives this to Tempest, right after her brainwashing kicks in and she kills him. It even has the classic pose from that "the war is over" picture.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: Part of one. Miguel is The Unfavorite to his mother, pushed around by his father, the object of jealousy for his brother, a man to kill at all costs for his other brother, and a tool for his biological father. Miguel's relationship with all of them ranges from "tense" to "near-homicidal rage that's very much mutual".
  • Black Sheep: Nobody in his family is a saint, but Miguel had practically sold his soul to Alchemax before the events of the comic.
  • Blindfolded Vision: His mask has no lenses or eyeholes of any kind, but the material is implied to be already kind of see-through, and with Miguel's enhanced eyesight it's no longer a problem.
  • Bungled Suicide: When he first obtained his powers, Miguel, terrified by the change, tried to jump off the Alchemax building, only for his talons to catch him. After that, he found that he did not have it in him to kill himself.
  • Cain and Abel: His half-brother Kron Stone was a psychotic killer who tried to kill Miguel multiple times; and that was before he bonded with the Venom Symbiote.
  • Calling Parents by Their Name: Even after The Reveal, Miguel continues to call Tyler Stone by his name. He only calls him "dad" once, and it was as hateful as it gets.
  • Canon Immigrant: Miguel is the first 2099 character to make it to make it to Marvel's 616 "main" continuity.
  • Cassandra Truth: He tried to tell him mother that he's the new Spider-Man, but between his status as The Unfavorite and his mother's worship of Spider-Man, she just laughs in his face.
  • Changing Clothes Is a Free Action: Played with. At first, this was averted, as Miguel had to sneak into places to change into his costume as fast as possible. However, after he got stuck in the past, he wore the costume (sans mask and gloves) all the time, and had Lyla project a hologram of ordinary clothing over it. So all he has to do to change is to tell her to drop the projection.
  • Character Development: He went from a Corrupt Corporate Executive who was full of himself to a man filled with doubt yet has a strong moral compass and seeks to improve the world.
  • Chest Insignia: A skull-like spider.
  • Child Prodigy: Smart enough to be transferred to the Alchemax School for Gifted Youngsters.
  • Chosen One: The Thorites are absolutely convinced that Spider-Man is the Herald of Thor. Whether this is true or not depends on what continuity you're reading.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: Defied. According to Miguel, "with great power comes great guilt". Over the course of the series, he keeps asking himself many times why he continues his superhero gig.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: Peter David specifically designed him that way.
    "Pretty much every place where Stan (Lee) zigged, I zagged...whereas Peter Parker is a high school student, Miguel is a fully-realized adult working in a laboratory. Whereas Peter was shy and reticent and didn't know how to talk to girls but talky and outgoing as Spider-Man, Miguel O'Hara was a fully confident wiseacre with a fiancée... and as Spider-Man, relatively mute."
  • Costume Evolution: Miguel's second outfit is far more high tech than the first one and it shows. The new one has a black, red and white motif, far more stylised and streamlined design, and Tron Lines.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: How he started off. His job was to create Corporate Samurais, consequences be damned. And he was very proud of it.
  • Cover Identity Anomaly: Liz Allen takes less than a day to figure out that Miguel is Spider-Man, as Spider-Man did not break into the Alchemax building (meaning that he was already inside, thus he was either visiting - unlikely - or is an employee), his name belongs to a dead man, and none of his credentials check out.
  • Create Your Own Villain: Miguel curing Tempest of her cancer inadvertently turned her into a mutate bug monster that wants to eat him.
  • Daddy Had a Good Reason for Abandoning You:
    • He is the bastard son of Tyler Stone, the CEO of Alchemax, and absolutely no one in that triangle wants anything to do with each other.
    • He sacrifices himself to save Tempest while she was pregnant with his son Gabriel. Gabriel is very understanding of this fact.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He wears an almost black costume with a skull motif and spikes, but he's one of the good guys.
  • Deadpan Snarker: When in his civilian persona, Miguel pretty much snarks all the time. Not so much in his Spider-Man persona.
    Thorite: Remember, Thor is coming!
    Miguel: Yeah. Swell. I'll set an extra place.
  • Defector from Decadence: He tries to quit Alchemax after an experiment on a human test subject (which he did notapprove of) resulted in the death of the man, and Tyler Stone calls it a success.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: He dies in Tempest's arms after she was hypnotized into stabbing him.
  • Dirty Coward: That's how Xina viewed Miguel when they were kids at school, as he refused to stand up to his bully Kron Stone. The real reason for that was that Miguel knew Kron's father had a huge pull in the school, so Kron not only would not get expelled no matter what he did, but Miguel would have to put up with him for quite a few years.
  • Dressed in Layers: Miguel starts wearing his costume beneath his civilian clothes. Subverted in Vol. 3 where his civies are just a hologram.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: Miguel's reaction when a bunch on civilians accuse him of being a corporate stooge despite fighting against them all the time. That said, they were being manipulated by the Goblin.
  • Dynamic Entry: Miguel starts his first real fight as Spider-Man by jumping off the window (which doesn't open, by the way), and lands on Venture with a kick.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even at his very worst, Miguel was completely against human experimentation, and treated the one human test subject he had with politeness and respect, asking him if he was sure about his decision and being as accommodating as possible despite Mr. Sims being a criminal.
  • Eye Colour Change: Miguel's eyes turned red, forcing him to hide them.
  • Fake High: Played for Drama. Turns out that Tyler Stone never slipped Rapture into Miguel's drink, but a fake drug that mimicked its effects and would get flushed off his system in three days. In other words, the entire plot of the comic could have been avoided if Miguel just waited.
  • Fiery Redhead: Depending on the Artist, Miguel is portrayed with either red or brown hair, and he has a short temper.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Subverted in the 2015 series while Miguel is stuck in the past; he's unfamiliar with the modern culture such as shows or how water comes in brands, but overall he's not really disoriented.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: Despite being a superhero in the Marvel universe, he does not believe in God or any other deities. Which is why Atropos catches him by surprise.
  • Freak Lab Accident: Subverted. Aaron Delgato caused the accident in an attempt to kill Miguel, but he ended up giving him spider-powers instead.
  • Going Commando: After Miguel starts wearing his suit under his regular clothes, Lyla commends that he never used to wear any sort of undergarment under his clothes. Not that Miguel doesn't own any underwear (he has a few shirtless scenes where he's just in his boxers).
  • Grandfather Paradox: During Superior Spider-Man, Miguel tries to stop Tyler Stone from traveling back in time to ensure the creation of Alchemax, and then has to stop the Superior Spider-Man from killing his grandfather Tiberius.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: After having his DNA spliced with that of a spider, Miguel undergoes quite a few physical changes. Super Strength, crazy reflexes and agility, enhanced eyesight, red eyes, poisonous fangs, retractable talons on each tow and finger, and organic web glands.
  • Hot-Blooded: Lampshaded by his brother, as he's half-Mexican, half-Irish.
  • Hypocritical Humor: He thinks the Future Slang "flark" sounds ridiculous.
  • I'm Having Soul Pains: He can feel when the Inheritors kill one of his alternate counterparts.
  • I Am Not My Father: Either of those.
  • I Have No Idea What I'm Doing: He admits as much in the early issues, as he has no clue how his powers work, no idea how to fight and no plan beyond "make it out as intact as possible".
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Miguel's ultimate goal. For the longest time, all he really wants is to cure himself and keep living a normal life as a scientist; that thought is always at the back of his head.
  • I Lied: He admits that he has no idea what would happen to Daemos if the force field went down.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: His death.
  • Inconsistent Coloring: Depending on the Artist, Miguel's hair is either red or brown, as his costume is either blue or black.
  • Innocently Insensitive: After he notes Tempest's fatalistic attitude and sees the medical bills on her table, he flatly asks her how sick she is. She doesn't take kindly to this.
  • Insufferable Genius: In the very first issue, before his ego got knocked down a few pegs.
    Miguel (talking to another scientist): We just can't go too quickly. Otherwise...
    Aaron: Otherwise what?
    Miguel: Otherwise we'd lose you. So we're taking it nice and slow so that you can follow along. Enjoy the book. It has lots of pictures.
  • It Runs in the Family: Miguel starts thinking that madness is a family trait, seeing that his mother was in a mental hospital, his brother is a Cybernet addict with a lack of impulse control, and Miguel is Spider-Man.
  • Legacy Character: He is the second iteration of Spider-Man, both in and out of universe.
  • Literal-Minded: At one point he says he "needs perspective" to deal with the other executives. He stands on the table.
  • Logical Weakness: Since Miguel can see in the dark, lights become a huge problem for him.
  • The Lost Lenore: For a while he thinks that Tempest is dead, before a coworker of his found her by accident in the hospital.
  • Love at First Sight: Miguel fell in love with Dana as soon as he saw her, which was problematic as she was dating his brother at the time.
  • Love Dodecahedron: Miguel fell in love and stole his brother's girlfriend Dana while he was still dating Xina. And that was before things got complicated. Let's just say his love life is a mess.
  • Loves My Alter Ego:
    • His mother Conchata adores Spider-Man, but has very low opinion of her son.
    • Kasey also falls for Spider-Man, but to her, Miguel is a slimeball.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: While overhearing a conversation between his mother and Tyler Stone, Miguel finds out that Tyler is his father. He proceeds to freak out.
  • The Man Is Sticking It to the Man: Miguel fights passionately against the corporate stooges despite being a high-ranking corporate executive himself.
  • Me's a Crowd: After he goes public, there's a whole bunch of people with cheap copies of his suit running around.
  • Mistaken Identity: Several people in the 616 universe confuse Miguel for the original Spider-Man. When a cop notes that it can't be the same guy because the costume is different, another one asks him if he only owns one set of clothes.
  • Mr. Fanservice: In-Universe. His suit is perfectly form-fitting, giving a very satisfied Kasey a good look of "the tightest ass she's ever seen".
  • Multi-Ethnic Name: His given name is Spanish for Michael, and his surname is Irish.
  • Murder by Mistake: His first two kills were caused entirely by the fact that Miguel couldn't control his powers just yet.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: This is Miguel's reaction when he realises he slit the Specialist's throat by accident.
  • My Suit Is Also Super:
    • His first suit is a Day of the Dead costume that's made of Unstable Molecule Fabric (UMF for short) so that it wouldn't tear in case things got rowdy. Since nothing can penetrate it, it protects Miguel from most cuts (though he still feels the impact) and he's able to use his talons unimpeded. He also attached a short cape made from anti-gravity web foil (the material is called light byte), so he can glide and control his free falls.
    • The second suit, courtesy of Peter Parker, is made of a mix of UMF and Kevlar, thus making it invulnerable to almost everything, has a perfected glider system, thrusters in his boots, and a full radar-GPS system for navigation and threat detection. Even with his 2099 standards, Miguel admits that it's top of the art.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • His second run with Venture was seconds after he fought Venture's sister Risque, so Miguel attacked without a second thought. And then it turns out that the whole thing could have been avoided cause Venture was only there to kill her and was willing to leave him alone, but now that they fought they're mortal enemies.
    • Dana's death could have potentially be prevented if Miguel hadn't authorized the Alchemax to use lethal force against Venom, who was holding her hostage.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He delivers one to Kron Stone after the latter refused to give any information and mocked Miguel's anguish over the death of his loved ones. Miguel let him out of the cell he was captive and goaded him in a fight, resulting to this.
  • Not Quite Flight: The cape on his back is made of an anti-gravity material called light byte, which allows him to glide.
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • When Miguel finds himself face-to-face with Morlun, he almost wets himself in terror. When he notices Morlun is having the same reaction, he realizes the super villain is afraid to set foot in the 616 universe and decides to ask Peter Parker why.
    • His reaction when he realises he shares a cell with Strange 2099.
    • And again later, when he realises he shares a plane with Elektra.
  • The Paralyzer: The poison in Miguel's fangs allows him to paralyze his targets so they Can Only Move the Eyes.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • He comforts the Thorite who saved him in the first issue as he was dying, and then he comforts his widow too.
    • He cures Tempest's leukemia for the sole reason that he could do it and he didn't want to see her die.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Miguel aims to become this after taking over as the CEO of Alchemax.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Miguel's eyes turned red after he obtained his powers, and he's one of the most dangerous characters in the setting, with a short temper to match.
  • Required Secondary Superpowers: His talons retract when he touches his own skin. This is necessary so that he doesn't injure himself when doing everyday tasks like going to the bathroom.
  • Revenge: His initial motivation for fighting Alchemax was to take revenge at Tyler Stone for getting him addicted to Rapture.
  • The Quiet One: Miguel when in Spider-Man mode. He doesn't talk unless it's strictly necessary. Lampshaded a few times, most notably in a crossover with the original Spider-Man, when one of the latter's rogues comments that Miguel is a nice change of pace.
  • Sadistic Choice: Venom forces this on him when he keeps both Xina and Dana captive and tells him to choose which one to save.
  • Sarcastic Confession:
    • When asked by his brother why he's mumbling, Miguel replies that he's grown fangs and if he opens his mouth too wide, Gabriel will see them. Gabriel thinks it's a tasteless joke.
    • When stranded in the past, whenever Miguel acts odd or displays future knowledge and other characters call him out on it, he simply tells them the truth, they laugh and all is fine again.
  • Secret Keeper: He's one of the few people who know that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. This comes to bite Otto Octavius in the ass during Superior Spider-Man, as he has absolutely no clue who the hell this stranger is.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He's very fond of the all-purpose Future Slang "shock". That's the equivalent of "fuck", by the way.
  • Spanner in the Works: For everyone in the 616 timeline. Here comes this complete stranger who knows Peter Parker's true identity, tries to both protect and sabotage Tiberius Stone at the same time, infiltrates Alchemax for some unknown reason and nobody has any clue what he wants or what he's doing here.
  • Stranger in a Familiar Land:
    • He and his friends experience this after they return from the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico, as in their absence, Dr. Doom took over the White House, SHIELD was up and running again, Tyler Stone was shot and suddenly Alchemax fell on Miguel's hands.
    • Most of Miguel's efforts in the 2015 series are focused on restoring 2099 to what it's supposed to be after the events of Spider-Verse and Secret Wars left it in shambles. He ends up in many alternative Bad Futures, each more different than the last.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING: When he and the other Alchemax scientists try to figure out Venom's weakness, Miguel says that IT MAY BE SENSITIVE TO SOUND!! (His punctuation, not ours). Sure enough, it works.
  • Sunglasses at Night: Miguel is forced to wear them as his eyesight is too sensitive. When asked about it by Tyler Stone, he lies that it's a side-effect of Rapture.
  • Super Reflexes: Part of his power set. That said, he doesn't have the Spider sense but enhanced eyesight, so he can still be caught blind-sighted.
  • Super Senses: Eyesight in particular. Miguel has accelerated perception - something that completely throws him off initially - and Innate Night Vision. The later makes him very sensitive to light, so he has to wear sunglasses at all hours and keep the lights as low as possible.
  • Super Strength: He can lift a car with ease, much to his disbelief.
  • Tempting Fate: Right after the whole affair with the Atlanteans...
    Miguel: God, what a day. How could it possibly get any worse?
    Conchata (pointing a gun at Tyler Stone): Not now, Miguel. Mother's conference.
    Miguel: Uh boy.
  • Trapped in the Past: He ends up stuck in the Heroic Era after the events of Superior Spider-Man as Tyler Stone tricked him by destroying the time machine from his end.
  • Tron Lines: Downplayed, but they're part of his second outfit.
  • Turn Out Like His Father: This is both Miguel and Conchata's greatest fear, especially when it turns out said father is Tyler Stone. Miguel puts conscious effort not to let this happen.
  • Twofer Token Minority: Half-Mexican, half-Irish. Though the Irish part is later brought into question.
  • The Unfavorite: He is this to his mother, as she keeps seeing his father in him the more he grows up. In fact, when Conchata attempts to commit suicide, she sends a message only to Gabriel. Later on their relationship is somewhat improved.
  • Unwanted False Faith: Miguel is not happy with the Thorites' worship of Spider-Man, and he's even less happy when those worshippers form their own faction. However, he does occasionally use this status to get out of some tight spots.
  • Unwitting Pawn: By fixing Dr. Doom's time machine, he accidentally helps Maestro get back to the past as he wanted.
  • Walk the Earth: He does this for a while after he finds out that Tyler Stone is his father. Doubles as Journey to Find Oneself.
  • Wall Crawl: Rather than naturally stick to walls like Peter could, Miguel sinks his talons in the surfaces.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: Tempest says his eyes are like the sunset. She was admittedly, very drunk at the time.
  • What Have I Become?: Miguel is not pleased with his powers. At all. He calls himself a "freak", refers to them as a "condition" more than once and always has the thought of finding a cure at the back of his head. His initial reaction to realising what he's turned into is pure terror.
    Miguel: A freak! He turned me into a freak! I'd rather DIE!
  • White Sheep: From the Stone part of his family, he's the only one with a moral compass.
  • Wolverine Claws: Downplayed,but he has retractable talons in each finger and tow, which allows him to both cling onto walls and use slashing attacks.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Miguel began hooking up with Dana, his younger brother's girlfriend, when he was still with Xina.

    Lyla 

Lyla

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol. 1) #1

Miguel's AI sidekick, or rather his Lyrate Life-form Approximation Holographic Assistant. She's by far his most steadfast ally in his journey, and he trusts her more than he trusts about 90% of the people he knows.


  • Adaptation Personality Change: While usually Lyla's mannerisms make it quite obvious that she's an AI, in The Stinger of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse it looks more like she's a scientist transmitting from elsewhere, and has no common mannerisms with her canon counterpart.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Out of nowhere Lyla gets overprotective of Miguel like a clingy girlfriend, assaulting Dana and Gabriel with the building's security bots. Subverted in that she had been hacked.
  • Costume Evolution: After she's stuck in the past with Miguel, she resembles Marilyn Monroe much more closely, probably because they have a better reference for what the actress looked like.
  • Emotionless Girl: She repeatedly states that as an AI, she does not have emotions but can simulate them. She slowly seems to grow over that as time passes though.
  • Grew Beyond Their Programming: This happens by necessity while she and Miguel are stuck in the past, as Miguel assigns her increasingly complex tasks that go far beyond what the duties of a house robot are. She also seems to grow emotionally, as by the end of vol. 3 she acknowledges that human life is precious and must be protected, while previously she couldn't understand the concept of death.
  • Hollywood Hacking: While she and Miguel are stuck in the Heroic Era, she's able to hack absolutely anything. She justifies this by saying it's mostly the sheer gap in technology that enables her to do this.
  • Holographic Disguise: One of her many abilities. She hides Miguel's costume, and can turn him invisible too.
  • Hulking Out: At one point she snaps at Gabriel and takes the build of a female bodybuilder. Gabri is sufficiently intimidated.
  • Impossibly Cool Clothes: Justified, since she's a hologram, but her dress is always waving as if there's wind blowing under it.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Her inability to understand emotions means that she doesn't treat some of the more tragic moments that Miguel is facing with the appropriate seriousness, making him snap on her.
  • Just a Machine: She ends up at the receiving end of this argument quite a few times, and usually she agrees... until the end of vol. 3, that is.
  • Literal-Minded: Expected, since she's an AI. That leads to some pretty funny interactions.
    Lyla: Miguel has repeatedly stated that you [Tyler Stone] like to suck the blood of widows and orphans. There's none in the fridge, but perhaps some cofee?
    Tyler Stone: Charming holo you have, Mike.
  • Living Lie Detector: One of her functions is to monitor heartbeats, making her a polygraph version of this trope.
  • Memento Macguffin: She is modelled after a tattoo of Merilyn Monroe that Miguel's ex Xina had. When she breaks down, instead of replacing her, which would be much easier, he tries to restore her.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: She is modelled In-Universe after Merilyn Monroe.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: Lyla describes herself as such in the Heroic Era, as while she's commonplace in 2099, over there she's beyond cutting edge.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The first thing that clues Gabriel that something's wrong with her is when she develops a Yandere personality out of nowhere.
  • Say My Name: Her reaction to Miguel's death is to scream out his name in shock.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She started off as a glorified Siri, but by the end of Vol. 3 she's a fantastic hacker, her holographic technology and sensors are used for combat purposes, and she can access databases in the future.
  • Trapped in the Past: She's stuck along with Miguel, though she can still access the 2099 databases.
  • Troll: During an argument between Miguel and Tyler, Lyla starts playing the violin.
    Lyla: I thought it was appropriate. Of you'd like, I also know "Turkey in a Straw".
    Tyler Stone (thinking): I hate that hologram.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Miguel. And as vol. 3 shows, it goes far beyond her programming. Electro tries to trick her into joining him so she's no longer Miguel's slave by playing up her newly acquired emotions along with the definition of what slavery is, and she tricks him right back into spilling his plans and relaying the whole thing to Miguel.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: She is incapable of understanding Miguel's anguish over the death of his loved ones.
  • "World of Cardboard" Speech: She delivers one to Atropos after she accuses her of being just a robot and thus not alive.
    Lyla: I know I know more than you.
  • You Don't Look Like You: In her cameo in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, she looks nothing like Marylin Monroe. Instead, she has chin-length hair with a fringe, heart-shaped sunglasses and a long wool white coat.

    Gabriel O'Hara / Firelight 

Gabriel O'Hara

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #1

Miguel's younger brother. His various girlfriends over the years have involved him in the dark world of Undertown deeply, giving him a strong sense of morality. Unfortunately, his relationship with Miguel isn't all that positive.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Gabri and Gabe.
  • Amicable Exes: He and Dana still are on friendly terms.
  • Battle Couple: With Kasey. Seen ealy on in vol. 1 when the two participate in a gang war inside St. Patrick's (with Gabriel acting more as a getaway driver), but fully blown into this trope in a the vol. 3 Bad Future.
  • BFG: Dana had left one in his apartment "just in case". He puts it in good use when Daemos threatens to molest Lady Spider.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: Seems to be the Only Sane Man in his, if you discount that he may or may not be the Goblin. Even so, his relationship with Miguel is still pretty tense, and his father pretty much ignored his existence. Not to mention Gabriel's own problems.
  • Blatant Lies: During the whole confrontation between Miguel, Kasey and the Specialist (which was televised in every monitor), Gabriel lies to Dana that he has no idea who that woman is, and when Miguel falls in Downtown, he lies that he just remembered he has an appointment with a client. Dana calls him out on this, but he doesn't acknowledge it.
  • Cassandra Truth: Kasey won't believe him when he tells her that he's not Spider-Man.
  • Chick Magnet: Miguel names at least five different girlfriends of Gabriel's, two of which just from the year before.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: He obviously lusts after Lady Spider but when Daemos threatens to molest her he blasts him away with his BFG in disgust.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: His girlfriend Kasey teaches this to him, and in turn he tries to convey the message to Miguel.
  • Crazy-Prepared: When a malevolent AI took over each machine in the city, Gabriel was the only one who had backups of his backups and thus knew how to deal with the threat.
  • Dating Catwoman: Downplayed, but his girlfriend Kasey is one of the ringleaders in the Downtown gang wars. Apparently, Gabe had plenty of girlfriends like that over the years.
    Miguel: Incredible. Gabe manages to hook up with every loony in the whole shocking city.
  • Digital Avatar: His avatar in Cybernet, Firelight, looks like Gabriel himself, driving a red sports car (or the 2090's version of it, at any rate), which leaves a flame trail, and has an amorous, skimpy-dressed girl on board. In one the Bad Futures in vol. 3, his avatar changes to look like a more hellish version of Ghost Rider, minus the motorcycle.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: When he shakes hands with Lady Spider he ends up gazing at her and holding her hand for far too long.
    Lady Spider: Peter has some unshaken ones if you're still in the mood.
  • Dramatic Irony: Right after Miguel discovered the identity of his real father, an oblivious Gabriel tells him that there are some things that never change, such as how they share the same gene pool.
  • Fiery Redhead: Depending on the Artist, he either has brown or red hair.
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual: They allow him to view virtual reality spaces. It's part of his job (he's some sort of special effects guy).
  • Going Cold Turkey: He had a severe addiction to the Cybernet, but he hasn't logged in for years. He eventually gives in during the events of the comic as a coping mechanism, but he's much more careful this time around.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Gabriel is extremely jealous of how Miguel keeps stealing his girlfriends from him. It's not even played for laughs; when Kasey it becomes obvious that Kasey stays with him solely because she thinks he's Spider-Man, Gabriel snaps at her saying that he wishes this were true because she doesn't look at him (Gabriel) the same way she looks at Spider-Man.
  • Hot-Blooded: His fuss is even shorter than his brother's.
  • It Runs in the Family: The family's insanity tendencies. The subject of Gabriel's "cybernet days" is one that brings terror to his family even years later. Gabriel was addicted to the virtual world, to the point of letting his body waste away while he was surfing. Miguel says that Gabriel had an odd look in his eyes back then, and their mother Conchata was absolutely horrified to find Gabriel logged in.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: A downplayed case, since due to the sheer amount of time travel involved, he never finds out that Otto Octavius was possessing Peter Parker (or anything related to the events of Superior Spider-Man, for that matter), and only has the most basic outline for the events of Spider-Verse.
  • Love Dodecahedron: His original girlfriend Dana fell for Miguel while they were still dating, and even when she and Miguel got engaged, they still had feelings for each other and even shared a kiss. After that, his new girlfriend Kasey fell for Spider-Man (who unbeknownst to her is Miguel), but then she confuses Spider-Man for Gabriel because they have similar voices and S-Man brought up the Comes Great Responsibility discussion.
  • Mistaken Identity: An odd case, as Kasey thinks that Gabriel is Spider-Man, and won't let him explain otherwise.
  • Noodle Incident: He's strongly implied to have been involved in a number of those during his days of surfing the Cybernet as Firelight, some of which took huge proportions.
  • Put on a Bus: He vanishes after vol.2 due to time travel, but he makes a brief return in vol.3.
  • Red Herring: He was set up as the true identity of Goblin 2099, but it was actually a shapeshifter.
  • Secret Keeper: He's one of the people who know that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. Otto Octavius is rather disturbed to meet a second complete stranger from the future who knows his identity.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: He figured out that the new Spider-Man is Miguel as soon as he saw him, but did not reveal it until halfway through the first volume. What he did was drop hints all the time.
  • Stealth Mentor: He acts as this to Miguel when the latter first becomes Spider-Man, by relaying him the Comes Great Responsibility message and trying to make him realize the full suffering of the people at the hands of the big corporations. He more or less succeeds.
  • Stranger in a Familiar Land: When he returns home after the Day of the Dead festival, only to discover that the status quo has completely changed because Doom has taken over the White House.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • He goes from considering a stolen gun an achievement to being the proud owner of a BFG and knowing how to use it.
    • In one of the Bad Futures in vol. 3, he has become a vigilante by his handle Firelight who creates illusions via his Cybernet access and fights against the Sinister Six.
  • Twofer Token Minority: Half-Mexican, half-Irish.
  • The Unfavorite: To his father George O'Hara, who pretended that Gabriel did not exist.
  • White Sheep: Nobody is a villain here, but Gabriel has the most solid moral compass in his family.

    Kasey Nash 

Kasey Nash

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #4

Gabriel O'Hara's girlfriend from Downtown, and a trouble magnet of epic proportions.


  • Action Girl: Very much so. She is an active member of a gang and gets into many fights. She prefers to get her hands dirty even if it gets her into trouble.
  • Battle Couple: With Gabriel. The two are seen participating in a gang war, and in vol. 3 they are properly fighting together against the Sinister Six.
  • Big Damn Heroes: She steals a ride from a flyboy to save Miguel.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: She is the one who teaches this lesson to Gabriel.
  • Cyborg: After being captured by Stark-Fujikawa, she is cybernetically bonded with the "payback" armor to take revenge on Alchemax. Alchemax removes the armor from her and leaves her in a pretty bad shape. In vol. 3, one of the Bad Futures sees her back in the armor.
  • Felony Misdemeanor: She got apprehended by the Evil Corp Alchemax for protesting and minor property damage.
    Kasey: These days, speaking up against the wrong person can get you killed.
  • Honor Before Reason: When Spider-Man saves her from the Specialist, instead of running away like he told her, she hijacks a ride from one of the flyboys and goes to save him.
  • Last-Name Basis: She calls Gabriel "O'Hara" most of the time.
  • Love Dodecahedron: She's Gabriel's girlfriend, but falls for Spider-Man, who unbeknownst to her (but notGabriel), is Miguel. Then she starts thinking that Gabriel is Spider-Man, so she goes back to him, but Gabriel still feels cheated because she's staying for all the wrong reasons.
  • Loves My Alter Ego: Subverted in that Spider-Man is not Gabriel's alter ego, but she thinks it is. As for the real Spider-Man, Kasey thinks he's a slimeball.
  • Me's a Crowd: In her brief appearance in vol.3, she uses holograms to create copies of herself and make her enemies think they're fighting an army.
  • Power High: The Payback armour makes her extremely reckless and highly aggressive, and she's enjoying every second of it.
  • Put on a Bus: She vanishes after vol.1, but she makes a brief return in vol.3.
  • Stranger in a Familiar Land: When she and her friends return from the Day of the Dead festival and find out Doom is now ruling the US.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Stark-Fujikawa outfitted her with a powered suit that she - and later, Miguel - calls "Payback Armor". It's Nigh Invulnerable, and it has rockets and everything.
  • Unwitting Pawn: She was used by Stark-Fujikawa as bait to attract Spider-Man twice.
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    Conchata O'Hara 

Conchata O'Hara

Miguel and Gabriel's insane mother, who gets them in trouble as often as she gets them out if it. There are many, many things she doesn't tell her sons.


  • Ambiguous Disorder: She was in the mental yard, and Miguel calls her "crazy lady", but her exact problem is never specified.
  • Blackmail: She threatens Tyler Stone to tell the media about how he killed his wife.
  • Cool Old Lady: Regardless of her sons' low opinion on her, she's still the lady who bas the guts to stare down and even fight anyone, ranging from Tyler Stone to Metahumans threatening to kill her.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: She says that she "sold her soul to get out of Downtown".
  • Dramatic Irony: She threatened to kill Tyler Stone if he ever told Miguel that he's his father, while Miguel was listening in on them.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: When her sons are trapped in the Cybernet with no telling if they'll ever get out, Conchata produces a flask of alcohol out of nowhere.
  • I'll Kill You!: She threatens to kill Tyler Stone if he ever told Miguel the truth about his origin. Later she tries to kill him anyway.
  • Noodle Incident: She never reveals what exactly she did to get out of Downtown.
  • Suicide Is Shameful: Doubles with Bungled Suicide. She gets as far as holding the gun to her head and pulling the trigger, but she missed on purpose, having decided to live with her actions (she shot Tyler Stone and thought she'd killed him) and stand before a court of law to explain them.
  • Token Minority: She's Mexican.
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Tyler Stone tells her that she was the only woman he ever considered an equal. Conchata replied that she does not take that as a compliment.
  • Your Cheating Heart: She was cheating on her husband with Tyler Stone for some time, which resulted in Miguel's birth.

    John Tensen / The Net Prophet 

John Tensen

Debut: Justice (vol.2) #1

A mysterious amnesiac who cane out of an interdimensional portal, with abilities unknown even to him.


  • Canon Immigrant: He was brought to Miguel's world after an accident with an interdimensional transporter, and doesn't know (or remember) how to get back, if he's even able.
  • Walk the Earth: He starts a journey to see all the wonders and terrors this world has to offer.

    Dash 

Dash

A random cab driver with good life advice that Miguel met one day. But there's more to him that meets the eye...


  • Afterlife Express: Implied to be his new job. He's driving a truck full of people, one of which who was killed just in the previous issue, on a road that's bumpy because in his own words is "paved with good intentions".
  • Ambiguously Human: The first time Miguel meets him, he's just a cabbie, but he has some pretty good life advice. Next time, he knows that Miguel is Spider-Man and drives what may or may not be the Afterlife Express. A human, a ghost, or something greater?
  • Secret Keeper: He knows that Miguel is Spider-Man.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's the one who convinced Miguel as a kid to go back to the school - instead of trying to run away - and appear at the hearing to expel Kron Stone. If that hadn't happened, it's quite likely that neither the events of Spider-Man 2099 or The Punisher 2099 would have taken place.

    Tempest Monroe / Honeybee 

Tempest Monroe

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.2) #1

A terminally ill young woman with an fatalistic attitude who Miguel rescues from some thugs. When he tried to cure her cancer, things got... interesting.


  • Accidental Murder: She was brainwashed by Tyler Stone to kill Miguel.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin has a soft chocolate tone, and her mother is white. The father is never seen.
  • Ambiguously Human: Her mother turns out to have superpowers. However, Tempest never manifested any powers on her own, so it's unclear whether she's Inhuman, part alien, or something else.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Spider-wasp.
  • Ascended Extra: She was just an ungrateful victim of a mugging which Miguel stopped, and then she became a main character.
  • Badass Family: She, Miguel and their son all become superheroes.
  • Big Damn Kiss: Miguel gives her one when he rescues her from Tyler Stone.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Her spider-wasp form has huge retractable stings emerging from the upper side of her forearms.
  • Create Your Own Villain: Miguel's cancer treatment accidentally transforms her into a spider-wasp monster that wants to kill him. Fortunately, it doesn't last.
  • Damsel in Distress: First her mother takes advantage of her hospitalisation to fake Tempest's death, and then Tyler Stone kidnaps her and experiments on her.
  • Foreshadowing: When the cancer treatment turned Tempest into a monster, Lyla notes this shouldn't have happened unless there was something wrong with her already. Turns out her mother has superpowers.
  • Freakiness Shame: Tyler Stone's experiments on her caused her to assume the spider-wasp form once more, but this time she looks more like a fairy in silver armour than a monster. Miguel admits that it's rather attractive, much to her disbelief.
  • Get Out!: Spider-Man looming over her in the middle of the night right after he sprayed her with something? Yeah, of course that's her reaction.
  • Ill Girl: She had leukemia, with only a few months to live. Miguel fixes that.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She's the only one not to be informed of Miguel's return from the dead.
  • My Beloved Smother: Her mother is incredibly controlling, to the point of lying to Miguel that she's dead to cut off any relationships she may have. It turns out she's afraid of Tempest developing any powers and kill someone by accident like she did.
  • Secret Keeper: She knows that Miguel is Spider-Man.
  • Someone to Remember Him By: When Miguel died, she was pregnant with his son Gabriel.
  • Superpowerful Genetics: Her mother had superpowers (which lead to the spider-wasp monster incident), and she passes on sone of them to her son.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She awakened her powers and became the superhero Honeybee.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: She likens Miguel's eyes to the sunset. She was really drunk at the time.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Lavender. It's unclear if she dyes it or not. It actually is brought up as a plot point, as this is how Miguel's coworker recognises her in the hospital where her mother hid her.

    SPOILER CHARACTER 

Gabriel O'Hara Jr.

Miguel and Tempest's son, named after his uncle Gabriel. He took up his father's legacy as the new Spider-Man.


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Villains

    Tyler Stone 

Tyler Stone

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #1

The CEO of Alchemax, he pretty much runs America through his power and influence. He's also responsible for most of the bad events happening in 2099.


  • Affectionate Nickname: He calls Miguel "Mike".
  • Archnemesis Dad:
    • His son Kron Stone attempts to kill him multiple times due to his horrible treatment. The feeling is mutual.
    • His other son Miguel thought that Tyler was the scum of humanity even before the events of the comic. The two of them try to get rid of each other all the time.
  • Bad Boss: His response to Miguel trying to quit Alchemax? Sneak a highly addictive Fantastic Drug in his drink that only Alchemax provides. Not to mention him firing people with "prejudice".
  • Big Bad: Of the 2099 series as a whole, as his main motive is power at any given cost.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: He is an incredibly corrupt corporate stooge who has no problem killing his own family members for profit.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: The most corrupt of them all. Among others, his crimes include drug trade, human experimentation, and multiple murders. He also controls the police and the media.
  • Deadly Euphemism: When he says "you're fired with prejudice", he means that he'll kill you.
  • Evil Cripple: After Conchata shot him, he remains stuck in a life-support floating wheelchair.
  • Grandfather Paradox: He tries to prevent this, by sending Spider-Man 2099 back in time to stop Superior Spider-Man from killing Tiberius.
  • Exact Words: He told the Public Eye officers not to arrest %Gabriel. He never said anything about not beating him brutally.
  • In the Blood: His father Tiberius was hardly any nicer than Tyler. They also seem to have similar businesses practices, as Tyler invokes what his father would do early in the first issue.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: His actions in the first issues he appears in are what ultimately leads Miguel to become Spider-Man and fight against corporate corruption.
  • Love Dodecahedron: He starts seeing Dana while she was engaged with Miguel, who is his son.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He tries to pull this on Miguel, but he already knew by that point, so he just ordered Tyler to get out of his office.
  • Offing the Offspring:
    • He tried to pull this on his son Kron, but by that point not only everyone found the action completely abhorrent, but he no longer had the authority to do it.
    • He succeeds in killing Miguel by putting a psychic suggestion in Tempest, but Strange 2099 revives him.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • He agrees to let Kasey free, no strings attached, after Conchata asks him to.
    • He's genuinely saddened by Dana's death, and before that he always tried to protect her when she was in danger.
  • Same Surname Means Related: He's eventually revealed to be the son of Tiberius Stone, who was originally an Iron Man villain.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: He figured out that Miguel is Spider-Man, but he kept that to himself for an unknown amount of time.
  • The Sociopath: He tried to get Miguel hooked to Rapture, a drug that instantly hooks the user for life, in order to force him to continue working for Alchemax, the only company that provides the drug. The fact he was only pretending to do this, but made Miguel believe he was completely serious, possibly makes this all the worse. He flushed what he thought were his son's ashes down a toilet, set up Spider-Man to kill The Specialist, shows a blatant disregard for the lives of other people on a regular basis, and, based on a conversation with Conchata O'Hara, murdered his own wife.
  • This Cannot Be!: His reaction in vol.2 when he sees that Spider-Man has returned from 2014, and brought friends with him.
  • Til Murder Do Us Part: Conchata reveals that Tyler killed his wife.
  • Villain Takes an Interest: At first, he wanted Spider-Man to be taken in alive, so Alchemax could study and replicate his powers. He probably changed his mind when be realised who Spider-Man is.
  • Your Cheating Heart: He cheated on his wife with Conchata.

    Aaron Delgato 

Aaron Delgato

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #1

One of the scientists who worked under Miguel in the corporate raider project. His jealousy of Miguel's success and Miguel's treatment towards him led to him try and kill Miguel, kicking off the events of the comic.


  • Asshole Victim: He's a huge jerk, and he dies after one of his own bullets makes a tank explode.
  • Disney Death: He fell to his death from the top of a skyscraper, and his body is never seen.
  • Klingon Promotion: He tried to take Miguel's position as the project head by killing him. It didn't work.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He hijacked Miguel's experiment on himself by overloading the systems and mixing in the spider DNA.
  • Red Herring: In-Universe. Tyler Stone told Miguel that the new Spider-Man is most likely Aaron, because he was there at the scene and he "can't ignore coincidences". Miguel is more than a little suspicious of Stone's intentions.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Without him, Miguel would have never become Spider-Man.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He dies in the second issue.

    Venture 

Venture


  • The Cameo: He made a brief appearance in Superior Spider-Man, gunning for Otto Octavius and failing.
  • Corporate Samurai: He is hired by various corporations - Alchemax, in this case - to track down and eliminate or capture whoever they find threatening.
  • Cyborg: Artificial eyes and limbs.

    The Specialist 

The Specialist


  • Corporate Samurai: He's an assassin for Stark-Fujikawa and is actually dressed like a samurai, complete with the code of honour that goes along with it.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: During their confrontation, Miguel does his best not to kill him, even saving him from a lethal fall, and the Specialist admonishes him for lacking a killer instinct.

    Vulture 

Vulture


  • Back from the Dead: Miguel left him fall to his death, but he somehow returns over 20 issues later with no explanation whatsoever, or any visible marks for his fall. Miguel stops for a moment to ask him how that's possible, but he doesn't get an answer.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He thinks the strong have the right to eat the weak, and he has a whole room filled with corpses for eating. He even claims that the rot makes them taste better.

    Siege 

Siege

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #11

A Public Eye officer armoured with a rare "Siege" armour developed by both Alchemax Industries and Stark-Fujikawa.


  • Apologetic Attacker: He admits that he admires Spider-Man a lot and keeps apologizing for attacking him.
  • Legacy Character: An odd case, since it's the armor that bears the title rather than the guy himself.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: His real name is never stated. Miguel just calls him "Siege" in his head, after the armour.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He doesn't want to attack Spider-Man, but his job forces him to use lethal force, so he does.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He gets killed by Thanatos in the same issue he appears in.

    Thanatos 

Richard Jones

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #11

    Flipside 

Flipside

An android which survived in stasis from the Heroic Era. It has a database of old superheroes, and can mimic the powers of any super-human he meets based on their appearance.


  • All Your Powers Combined: When Flipside met Miguel, it recognised him as a super-human and tried to match his face with those in its database. What it ended up with was both Spider-Man and Venom, which resulted in Flipside copying the appearance and characteristics of both.
  • Ax-Crazy: The robot is completely psychotic; think Deadpool at his very worst and you got its personality down (minus the Medium Awareness).
  • Desperately Craves Affection: It's very clingy and tries to hug Miguel and get him to love it at any given opportunity.
  • Evil Twin: It's made to copy the appearance and abilities of any super-human it encounters (as long as they have a match in the database), and it's nuts.

    Risque 

Risque

Venture's younger sister, who's in the same line of work as him.


  • Cyborg: Even more so than her brother, as the only organic parts of her left are parts of her head and torso.
  • Pungeon Master: She makes a pun every other sentence, and admits she loves them too much to stop.

    Kron Stone / Venom 

Kron Stone

Debut: The Punisher 2099 (vol.1) #1

Tyler Stone's son but rather than take up his father's legacy he instead became a psychotic murderer who specifically targets happy families. After the Punisher left him for dead, he bonded with the Venom Symbiote and seeks to kill his father.


  • Archnemesis Dad: He wants to kill his father and has tried to do so many times. It's mutual.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: By far the craziest member of the Stone family, he's a psychotic murderer who targets families and his ultimate goal is to kill his own father. He also tried to kill his half-brother Miguel multiple times.
  • The Bully: His first appearance in Spider-Man 2099 was him dumping a bucket of water on Miguel's head just because. After that, his pranks got outright dangerous.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Miguel's Abel, and yep, Kron has tried to kill him many times.
  • Connected All Along: Not only was Venom Miguel's childhood bully and the son of his greatest nemesis, they're even half siblings!
  • Dramatic Unmask: One that was preceded by a brutal beating on Miguel's hands, only for the latter to be lost for words when he recognises him.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Any noise is this to him, as that's Venom's primary weakness.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Not naturally, but cannibalism is part of the package when bonded with the Venom Symbiote.
  • Knife Nut: As a kid he was carrying a combat knife on his person at all times. He tried to use it on Miguel, Xina, and even Miss Daskalakis.
  • The Paranoiac: Back when they were children, Kron was convinced that Miguel and Xina were plotting against him, while in reality Miguel wanted nothing to do with him.
  • Poisonous Person: The symbiote has mutated to such a degree that it can now produce acid through its skin.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: He was originally introduced as a Punisher 2099 villain before Jake left him for dead. After that, he became one of Miguel's worst enemies.
  • Sadistic Choice: He forces this on Miguel when he kidnapped both Xina and Dana and asked him to choose which one to save.
  • Scary Scorpions:
    • In the Alternate Universe crossover Timestorm 2009-2099, Kron was transformed into the Scorpion rather than Venom.
    • And again in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, Kron is transformed into the Scorpion and is trying desperately to become a human again.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: In his appearance in Punisher 2099, he avoided his sentence by paying off the judge and the surgeons.
  • Secret Keeper: In his vol.3 appearance, he somehow knows both that Miguel is Spider-Man and that they're related, but he forbids the other members of the Sinister Six from unmasking him.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He bonded with the Venom Symbiote.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When Spider-Man finally beats him, despite having killed countless people and put him through a Sadistic Choice, he ends up begging him for mercy.

    Goblin 

Goblin

    Tiberius Stone 

Tiberius Stone

Debut: Iron Man (vol.3) #37

    Liz Allen 

Liz Allen

Debut: Amazing Fantasy #15

An old Spider-Man character, she's now one of the main executives for the newly founded Alchemax Industries.

The tropes here only cover her appearance in Spider-Man 2099. For more information on her, look Spider-Man: Schoolmates.


  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: She deliberately triggered a jammer to immobilise Peter on two separate occasions, and she tries to make Miguel work for her as Spider-Man, all for her personal benefit.
  • Spotting the Thread: She figured out that Miguel is Spider-Man because a)he didn't break in the building which means he was already inside (therefore either a visitor - too coincidental - or an employee) and b)his identity belonged to a dead man and none of his credentials checked out.
  • Underestimating Badassery: When Miguel informs Peter about the company competition for prison plans, he asks him to make Parker Industries win at all costs. Peter replies that he's not too worried because he knows Liz since high school, but Miguel warns him not to underestimate her. Sure enough, Alchemax wins the competition.

    Gloriana 


  • A God Am I: After awakening her considerable power, she decides to become a goddess and invades a church to demand worship. Mind you, she's just an Inhuman.

    Asani 

Atropos

The third of the Three Faiths who cuts the thread of life. Now she's the leader of the Arm, and her goal is to kill all humans.


  • Cover Identity Anomaly: When she introduces herself as Asani, Layla immediately for figures out she's Atropos, because "Asani" is an exceptionally rare name, and the only reference she can find on it is as an alternate name for Atropos.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her reasoning for trying to kill off humanity is because we're killing each other already.
  • Just a Machine: She calls Layla exactly that when the two argue over the value of human life.
  • Kill 'Em All: Her plan for humanity; instead of killing them one by one, let's kill them a few millions at the time.
  • Logical Weakness: As she finds out when she tries to cut Miguel's thread of life, she can't kill someone who's already dead.
  • Physical God: She seemed by all rights a normal human woman before The Reveal.

Other characters

    Dana 

Dana

Debut: Spider-Man 2099 (vol.1) #1

Miguel's fiancée. She works as an


  • A Family Affair:
    • She started dating Miguel while she was still dating his brother Gabriel.
    • And then she started seeing Tyler Stone, who unbeknownst to her is Miguel's father.
  • Amicable Exes: She's still on pretty good terms with Gabriel.
  • Betty and Veronica: She had this dynamic with Xina, with her being Betty. Xina later describes their relationship as them always competing with each other.
  • BFG: In vol.2, it's revealed that she left one in Gabriel's apartment "just in case".
  • Connected All Along: It's revealed that Father Jennifer is her sister.
  • Damsel in Distress: She got kidnapped by Venom.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: She dies in Miguel's arms after she got hit by a stray bullet aimed for Venom.
  • Drowning My Sorrows:
  • Easily Forgiven: Gabriel forgives her too easily for her cheating, but that's because she asked him not to ruin his relationship with Miguel over her.
  • Improbable Hairstyle Sequence: She changes her haircut almost every time she's seen.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Dana realises that there's something that Miguel and Gabriel aren't telling her, so she starts loosing her faith in them.
  • Love at First Sight: When she first saw Miguel.
  • Love Dodecahedron: She was originally Gabriel's girlfriend, but then she and Miguel fell in love with each other and eventually got engaged. However, after Miguel became Spider-Man, their relationship grew increasingly strenuous, to the point that she started seeing Tyler Stone. Who is Miguel's father.
  • Mayfly–December Romance: She starts seeing Tyler Stone, who has a son that's the same age as her fiance.
  • Murder by Mistake: The victim of one.
  • Where It All Begun: She died in Miguel's arms in the same club where she met him.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Twice. First she got with Miguel while she was dating Gabriel, and then she started seeing Tyler Stone while she was engaged to Miguel.

    George O'Hara 

George O'Hara

Miguel and Gabriel's deceased father. He's already dead by tge tine the comic starts.


  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: George was a short-tempered man who was using physical punishment on his sons, and barely acknowledged Gabriel's existence while pushing Miguel to be perfect (especially messed-up once you find out that Miguel is not even related to him). It got to the point that Miguel hoped the man would grow really old just to suffer from all the perils and indignation of his advanced age. He was also getting in constant fights with Conchata and didn't allow her any say in Miguel's future.

    Father Jennifer 

Father Jennifer

    Xina 

Xina

Miguel's ex girlfriend and childhood friend, she's obsessed with the late 20th century lifestyle and a genius with computers and robots.
  • Love Dodecahedron: Probably the least involved person in this whole mess, but Miguel cheated on her with Dana. And then she tries to get him back while Dana was engaged to him.
  • Put on a Bus: After she leaves to Walk the Earth. Whether she returns or not depends on what continuity you're reading.
  • Stranger in a Familiar Land: Along with her friends, when they return from the Day of the Dead festival and Doom is now president.
    Xina: We're gone for three days and there's a coup d'etat! Can't we catch a break!?
  • Walk the Earth: Well, drive. After Dana died, Xina, incapable of handling the guilt, left everything behind and started a journey. She ran into John Tensen and the two now travel together.

     Angela Daskalakis 

Angela Daskalakis


  • Cool Old Lady: She's pretty strict but she cares deeply for ber students, and was not afraid to get her hands dirty to protect them. She protected Miguel from Kron when he was a kid, and eventually gave her life to protect her town. All in all, she is one of the very few people Miguel has held in high esteem over the years, and has an epic case of Heroic B So D after he failed to save her.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: She died in Miguel's arms, even after he made a web cocoon to protect her from the blast.
  • Punny Name: "Daskalakis" is derived from the word "daskalos" which means teacher.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She tolerates absolutely no bullying at her school, and will do absolutely everything in her power to ensure that the wrongdoers are punished and the other children are safe and happy.
  • Token Minority: By her name it's very obvious she's Greek.

    Jordan Boon 

Jordan Boon

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