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Benjamin "Ben" Reilly
Notable Aliases: Scarlet Spider I, Spider-Man II, Jackal II
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #149 (October, 1975)
The second and most successful clone of Spider-Man created by the Jackal. A superhero known as the Scarlet Spider, Reilly later replaced Peter Parker for a time as Spider-Man after he found out that all this time he was the original and not Peter. Ben met his ultimate demise in the fight against the Green Goblin which led to Peter becoming Spider-man once again, after he found out that he is the real Spider-man after all. See Scarlet Spider for more info.
Alter Ego: Scarlet Spider IV
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #119 (December, 1994)
- "I'm doin' something very, very stupid. Don't screw up my hero moment, Parker."
Kaine was the first clone of Spider-Man created by the Jackal. He was suffering from clone degeneration and was used as a test subject until he fled. He became an assassin and spent years tormenting his clone brother Ben Reilly until he was eventually cured of his cellular degeneration and has taken up the mantle his now dead brother as the new Scarlet Spider. See Scarlet Spider for more info.
Alter Ego: Peter Parker
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #399 (March, 1995) note ; New Warriors #61 (July, 1995) note
Spidercide is a clone of Spider-Man created by the Jackal (who has created the majority of the Spider-Man clones) who made Spidercide believe he was the true Peter Parker. Spidercide's insistence that he was the true Peter Parker led him down a road of violence and villainy.
Alter Ego: Peter Parker
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #122 (March, 1995)
Jack was one of Jackal's early successes at cloning Peter Parker. Jack suffered from clone degeneration and part of his deformity rendered him a dwarf and bald.
Alter Ego: Peter Parker
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #122 (March, 1995)
Guardian was one of Jackal's early successes at cloning Peter Parker. His cellular degeneration caused his skin density to increase 100 fold.
First Appearance: The Spectacular Spider-Man #231 (February, 1996)
The skeleton of a failed clone the Jackal threw down the smokestack Peter Parker originally dumped Ben Reilly's body in after their battle at Shea Stadium as part of a plot to confuse Peter and Ben in the future.
- Posthumous Character: Already dead by the time he's found.
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #404 (August, 1995)
The Spider-Clones were a disposable army of clones of Spider-Man created by the Jackal to kill Ben Reilly.
First Appearance: Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Omega #1 (August, 1995)
The Jacks were little clones created from Peter Parker's DNA by the Jackal to assist him in his plans.
First Appearance: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #31 (June, 1979)
Spider-Amoeba is a clone of Randy Vale, created by Carrion, and using blood from Peter Parker.
Elliot Tolliver (Proto Clone)
Alter Ego: Otto Octavius
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #25
First Appearance: Spider-Man/Deadpool #8
A woman who was a test-subject of Patient Zero. She received DNA from both Spider-Man and Deadpool, which caused her to turn into a spider-like psychotic creature.
- Always Someone Better: Itsy-Bitsy repeatedly bests Spider-Man and Deadpool in combat.
- All Your Powers Combined: Patient Zero's procedure granted Itsy Bitsy the combined abilities of Spider-Man and Deadpool, and some other extra powers.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has blue skin.
- Electra Complex: Itsy-Bitsy likes to tease her daddies... in a creepy way.I dont want to hurt you Unless you like that sort of thing, Daddy.
- Later on, when Spidey is actively trying to kill her, she comments that she "always wanted to feel his body against hers... but not like this."
- Extra Eyes: Like an actual spider she has six eyes.
- Fluffy the Terrible: She is decidedly not as cute as her name sounds.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Itsy-Bitsy was a recovering drug addict who lamented not being able to change the world until Patient Zero gave her her powers.
- Has Two Daddies: Itsy-Bitsy sees herself as having three daddies: Patient Zero, Deadpool, and Spider-Man.
- Knight Templar: Itsy-Bitsy desires to use her new powers to finally bring true change to the world after feeling powerless for so long, and essentially goes on repeated killing sprees to make it happen.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Has six arms armed with guns and organic webbing sharp.
- Not Quite Dead: Deadpool seemingly killed her (pushing her body through a plasma breeder). However, Itsy Bitsy turned out to have survived and began to slowly grow back, being stuck in the form of a small spider for the time being.
- Razor Floss: Itsy-Bitsy can produce organic webbing sharp enough to slice someone into pieces.
- Sex Is Violence: Itsy-Bitsy has a mad hard-on for Spider-Man and Deadpool, and actively tries to get Spidey to give in to his murderous urges.
- Spider People: She possesses eight limbs, six eyes and chelicerae in her mouth. She also has only three fingers on each hand.
- Was Once A Woman: She was a normal human before to be turned in "spider-woman".
First Appearance: Infinity War #1 (June, 1992)
- Carnage: Y'know, while I was locked in the Vault, I heard some rumors about a pack of evil duplicates from outer space, and... nah! It's all too hokey for words!
Originally a "living geometric pattern" that resided in another dimension, Doppelgänger and several other members of his kind were turned into twisted duplicates of various superheroes by the Magus during The Infinity War. Unlike the other knock-offs, this one survived that event, and has periodically resurfaced to torment the real Spider-Man.
- Alas, Poor Villain: He was disemboweled by Carnage while trying to protect Shriek during one of the former's tantrums. While attacking Doppelgänger, Carnage even mused that it felt like such a waste to waste him. Fortunately his healing powers saved him.
- All Animals Are Dogs: Behaves almost like a dog around Shriek.
- All Webbed Up: Though him doing this to someone is almost always lethal, as his webbing is razor sharp.
- Animal Eyes: He has compound eyes originally in the shape of Spider-Man's lenses, but they've since become six spider-like ones.
- Angry Guard Dog: For the Magus, then Demogoblin, and finally Shriek and Carnage.
- Artificial Human: According to some scientists, he is "inorganic and may not have been legally alive to begin with".
- Back from the Dead:
- He was impaled by Hobgoblin, but healed by Demogoblin, which had the effect of stopping him from being destroyed when the Magus was defeated at the conclusion of the Infinity War.
- Carnage gutted him in Maximum Carnage, though he resurfaced without explanation years later.
- Shortly into his reappearance, he was shot almost completely in half by Royal Blue, but revived while being autopsied.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: Why he allied with Demogoblin and Shriek.
- Bald of Evil: Seeing how his costume is actually his skin he lacks hair.
- The Berserker: It is completely feral in combat, using its fangs, claws, and razor-webbing to brutally attack its enemies.
- Building Swing: Being a copy of Spider-Man, he can create organic webbing.
- Ceiling Cling: He can cling to walls and horizontal surfaces. Usually leads to *Drool* Hello.
- Chest Insignia: He has a copy of Spider-Man's signature emblems on his chest and back.
- Criminal Doppelgänger: One of the few Spider-Man duplicates who is unrelated to the Jackal.
- Disability Immunity: Instead of killing him, Demogoblin took him on as an accomplice, apparently not regarding him as a "sinner" due to him being no more intelligent than the average dog.
- Dumb Muscle: He has no real will of his own, and is thus used as a henchman by other villains.
- Easily Forgiven: He's gotten passed Carnage shredding him, going back to obeying his commands, and even attempting to warn him about Scorn.
- Enemy Mine/Token Evil Teammate: Doppelgänger, or at least an AU version of him, can be seen in Spider-Verse fighting the Inheritors as part of the Spider Army. How the good guys convinced him to join them is a mystery.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He was fond of Demogoblin, and regards Shriek as his mother.
- Evil Knock Off: Was explicitly created to be one of Spider-Man.
- Extra Eyes: As of his reappearance, he's developed multiple eyes.
- Fangs Are Evil: He has a mouth full of fangs almost reminiscent of a symbiote's.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: He was shot in half by Royal Blue, leaving him crawling around on his numerous arms, to rather creepy effect. His legs have grown back by the time of Spider-Verse.
- Healing Factor: Presumably how he survived being mortally wounded multiple times.
- Humanoid Abomination: Doppelgänger is a living geometric pattern from another dimension that was forcefully transmuted into a monstrous copy of Spider-Man.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Hobgoblin knocked him onto a spiked fence, but he was saved by Demogoblin.
- Lightning Bruiser: It is just as fast and strong as the original Spider-Man.
- Magic Enhancement: Being turned into an artificial copy of Spider-Man is apparently enough to make him qualify as a Spider-Totem.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: His six clawed arms.
- Not a Mask: There's no monstrous version of Peter Parker in there; the "costume" is his actual skin.
- Outrun the Fireball: Does this at the end of Carnage U.S.A.
- Phlegmings: Is occasionally drawn with strings of drool between his fangs.
- Razor Floss: His biological webbing is sharp enough to slice into Iron Man's Bleeding Edge armor.
- Suddenly Voiced: When he reappeared, he displayed the ability to talk, albeit only a few slurred words.
- Super Strength: Presumably to a greater degree than Spidey, due to his additional limbs.
- To Serve Man: Not at all against eating humans.
- Unexplained Recovery: After being fatally wounded by Carnage, he inexplicably returned over a decade later, presumably due to a previously unknown Healing Factor.
- The Unintelligible: When he talks it comes out like this.
- Up to Eleven: He has amplified versions of all of Spider-Man's powers.
- Waking Up at the Morgue: After apparently being shot to pieces by Royal Blue, he wakes up on the autopsy table.
- Wall Crawl: Like the real Spider-Man he can easily cling to vertical surfaces.