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Elizabeth "Liz" Allan
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962)
Liz Allan is one of the first romantic interests for Peter in the Midtown High School. Unfortunately (or fortunately) for Peter, she is Flash Thompsons girlfriend at the time and thinks next to nothing of Peter. However, after she hears an ailing Peter had donned a Spider-Man costume in order to save Betty Brant from Doctor Octopus, she develops a crush on him and clashes with Betty Brant. By this time, however, Peter's interest has waned considerably, as he notes that Liz never showed any real interest in him until he began dating Betty Brant, and assumes that Liz's feelings are little more than a schoolgirl crush. At the graduation ceremony, Liz admits her feelings to Peter, and says she has come to accept the fact that they are unrequited.
- Alpha Bitch —> Lovable Alpha Bitch: Liz was introduced as one, mocking Peter as much as everyone else, until a boost of Character Development after seeing him in a different light turned her into his love interest.
- Beta Couple: With Harry Osborn for a while.
- Betty and Veronica: Initially played the Veronica to... Betty's Betty. Although it was completely one-sided, since Peter was never truly interested in her that way.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: As the CEO of Alchemax, she is Norman's puppet leader.
- FaceHeel Turn: It is revealed that Liz has been willingly assisting Norman Osborn in order to provide her son with a legacy.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: She became considerably nicer to Peter as she got to know him.
- Founder Of The Company: Liz collaborated with her father-in-law to found Allan Chemical and became Horizon Labs' main shareholder, making one Tiberius Stone the site supervisor. Under Norman's direction, she would subsequently amalgamate "AlChem" with Oscorp and what was left of Horizon Labs and rename it Alchemax.
- Hero-Worshipper: During her high school days, she develops a crush on Peter after she mistakenly believed he had tried to pull off some heroics (in reality, he was suffering from Worf Had the Flu).
- More Than Mind Control: Norman's been manipulating her by using her desire to provide a legacy for her son.
- Promoted to Love Interest: As mentioned before, she had a crush on Peter in the comic books, but it was completely one-sided. This changed in The Spectacular Spider-Man adaptation, where she gets together with Peter... and then becomes deeply hurt when he breaks up with her to be with Gwen.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Her last name is Allan, not "Allen".
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Since the events of Brand New Day, she's become increasingly cold and ruthless, especially as the CEO of Alchemax.
- Transplant: After Harry's death, Liz became a supporting character in Daredevil, serving as a love interest for lawyer Foggy Nelson. The couple breaks up after Mysterio manipulates Foggy into having an affair in a plot to drive Daredevil insane. Liz feels like Foggy has let her down and ends their relationship.
Elizabeth "Betty" Brant
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (September 1963)
Peter's first girlfriend. She starts off as Jameson's personal secretary, a position she took after her mother's death, which made her drop out from high school. She starts dating Peter shortly after he starts selling pictures of Spider-Man to the Bugle, attracted to his serious and formal, yet sweet demeanor.
However, Peter's life as Spider-Man started to put a heavy strain on their relationship, especially after her brother got killed by accident during a showdown with Dr. Octopus. Eventually, they break up, although they stay on friendly terms and their relationship evolves into a more sibling-like one. A few years later, she marries Bugle reporter Ned Leeds, who at first looked like he could provide Betty the quiet, uncomplicated married life she was looking for. However, her marriage is a bumpy one due to Ned's constant work overseas, and she leaves him during a long assignment in Paris. Feeling alone, Betty tries to get back together with Peter, who at the time had just broken up with Mary Jane (for the first time), but Ned follows her back to New York and puts a stop to it.
Eventually, she manages to work things out with her husband and save their marriage, but their life together gets utterly destroyed during one of the first Hobgoblin sagas, in which Ned died and Betty almost went insane. However, she was able to recover; after that she decided to become a journalist herself.
Currently, she's one of the Bugle's boldest reporters and has a relationship with Flash Thompson.
- Alliterative Name: Betty Brant.
- Betty and Veronica: Literally the Betty to Liz's Veronica.
- Clear Their Name: She cleared the name of her dead husband, Ned Leeds, when she revealed that Roderick Kingsley was the real Hobgoblin (Ned was brainwashed in believe to be Hobglobin by Kingsley).
- Clingy Jealous Girl: She was really afraid of losing Peter to other girls during her earlier years. The fact that she got to see and meet MJ before Peter made her gulp since she knew that nobody would beat her.
- Damsel in Distress: She has a habit of being abducted by supervillains. She was also this in an earlier comics issue, when she was kidnapped by the Brainwasher and held hostage alongside her father.
- Despair Event Horizon: Betty suffered a complete mental breakdown after the news of Ned's death reached her and suffered denial believing him to still be alive. In her state, a young recruiter from the Cult of Love was able to persuade her to join their faction under a leader called the Teacher where she was programmed in their ways. The Teacher turned out to be nothing more than a con artist conning people out of their possessions. Fortunately Flash and Spider-Man figured this out and saved Betty, though she lost everything she owned and had to take up residence with Flash Thompson.
- First Love: To Peter. Many people often consider Gwen Stacy to be Peter Parker's very first love, forgetting that Betty Brant dated him long before he met Gwen.
- Important Haircut: Got a page-boy cut after her brother died.
- Intrepid Reporter: Betty's new career and she easily rivals Lois Lane for her skill and fearlessness.
- Lost in Imitation: She's Peter Parker's first girlfriend but don't expect to see that in too many adaptions since the idea of a high school student dating a secretary is a bit squicky (it should be noted that she was younger than Peter in the original comics because she had to drop out of high school to work, but that's not really a thing anymore) though various adaptations play with it. In the Raimi films, she obviously has a fondness for Peter and is sort of his cheerleader while JJJ bullies him(it should also be noted that, in this continuity at least, Peter was in college by the time he met Betty, so there shouldn't have been any problem with them dating. It's just that he had already set his sights on MJ back in high school). Also, Peter has a crush on her in The Spectacular Spider-Man, but she turns him down gently because she's too old for him (in this adaptation, Peter is 16 and Betty is 20).
- Operation: Jealousy: Betty originally started dating Ned Leeds to make Peter jealous, but he was too busy to notice and she eventually fell in love with Ned for real.
- Platonic Life-Partners: Her current relationship with Peter. She considers him her best friend.
- Promoted to Love Interest: While their relationship didnt last too long in the comics, Spider-Man (1967) had her as Peters main love interest note .
- Satellite Love Interest: During her relationship with Peter. See the trope below for more information.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: In the early days of the comics, this was her defining characteristic. She didn't want to date any badboys or daredevils (her constantly-in-trouble brother having destroyed any patience she might have had for such nonsense). She just wanted a simple relationship. This was the source of her attraction to Peter. When Peter, from Betty's perspective, started exhibiting bad boy traits, she dumped him.
- Sympathetic Adulterer: She had a brief affair with Peter and Flash Thompson when she was married to Ned Leeds (during this time Ned was much hostile because of the Hobglobin personality).
- Took a Level in Badass: Following her husband Ned's death, Betty checked out for a while. Once she got her head together, she reinvented herself, going from the Bugle's harried secretary to a fearless reporter in her own right, willing to go toe-to-toe with supervillains and monsters if required. Recent adaptations that include Betty tend to start from this characterization, to the point where a lot of newer fans won't recognize her at all if they go back and read her pre-1989 appearances.
- What the Hell, Hero?: She demanded to know what gave Debra Whitman the right to create that slanderous book about Spider-Man after Peter revealed his identity.
Gwendolyne "Gwen" Stacy
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December 1965)
Peter's first serious girlfriend before her infamous death. See her personal page for more details.
Mary Jane Watson
Mary Jane (or MJ) is the most famous love interest of Peter Parker. She was his wife until One More Day retconned this (in other universes, like MC2 universe or Renew Your Vows, they are again married). See her personal page.
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #196 (September 1979)
A university secretary who became one of Peter Parker's love interests for a while.
- The Atoner: At Betty Brant's urging, Debra later rescinded most of what was in the book she supposedly wrote about Spider-Man by revealing it'd been largely edited to make Peter look horrible.
- Awesome by Analysis: She's one of the few people to deduce Peter is Spider-Man, although she later comes to doubt herself about that.
- Domestic Abuse: When she was married to Mark Whitman. One day her friend Biff Rifkin went to her house and saw Mark beating her. He rescued her and took her to the hospital, but she insisted Mark was a kind and gentle husband, locked in denial. It took some shock therapy to make Debra come to her senses and decide to leave New York to get a divorce.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: She was last seen moving out west with her new boyfriend Biff Rifkin. Considering everything she'd been through before that, the readers can probably take comfort in the fact that she found some happiness with him.
- Extreme Doormat: Debra has a weak personality. This is evident if you consider that she had an abusive husband in past and how Peter treats her, running out on their dates more than any other of his love interests. Despite this, Debra threw herself at Peter issue after issue only to have him push her aside.
- Foil: To both Mary Jane and Black Cat. She is not a supermodel or a person with a particularly strong personality, but just an average woman with a fragile mind.
- Kick the Dog: Well, "kick" may be putting it harshly, but to put it bluntly, Peter was significantly less-than-ideal during their relationship than with any of his other lovers. Aside from the fact that he ran out on her multiple times for Spider-Man related activities-in and on itself not a rarity with his other girlfriends, but ridiculously frequently with her — Peter was remarkably underappreciative of her efforts as a romantic partner Example . Even while with her, he tended to let his eyes fall on other attractive women to the point of almost forgetting he had a date with her, even if he never actually cheated on her. Towards the tail end of their time together, he took note of this and tried to be more appreciative, up to being willing to reveal his identity to her, but at that point, the ship had already sunk.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Debra's tell-all book was actually edited to make Peter seem worse than he actually did, and Debra wasn't comfortable with the changes made. In fact, she didn't event want to write the book but was convinced by J. Jonah Jameson to use the money to pay for her mom's health insurance.
- Shrinking Violet: Although she's not necessarily shy, her aversion to conflict and reluctance when it comes to taking initiative makes her this in the comics.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: She disappeared completely after being written out of the early-'80s Spectacular Spider-Man book. Every other woman in Peter Parker's dating life tends to reappear from time to time as a member of his supporting cast, except for Debra.
- She finally reemerged following Peter's unmasking in Civil War, having written a tell-all book about her time dating him, and promptly disappeared again.
Alter Ego: Felicia Hardy
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July 1979)
Felicia is the daughter of Walter Hardy, the world-renowned cat burglar who, before his arrest, encouraged her to never settle for second best.
Although she was a villain in her first appearances (or rather, an Anti-Villain), she became the third most prominent love interest in the series after Mary Jane and Gwen (some would argue she's more prominent than Gwen at this point, at least plot-wise). Although she has the particularity that, unlike those two, she was way more in love with the Spider-Man persona than with the Peter Parker persona, which was the main source of conflict in their relationship.
In her backstory in Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do, it's revealed that she was raped by her boyfriend Ryan when she was a freshman at Empire State University. Hating the idea of being a victim, she trained herself in various fighting styles and acrobatics, intent on killing her rapist. Finally, after months of preparing, she set out for revenge, but before she could find him, Ryan was killed in a drunk driving accident. Furious that she was denied the chance for revenge, she decided to utilize her new skills to follow in her father's footsteps. After amassing a fortune in stolen items, Felicia adopted her costumed identity.
She first donned the Black Cat costume in order to break her father out of prison. On the same night, she met Spider-Man. Unfortunately for Felicia, her father died, and she then faked her own death. Despite her antipathy towards men, Felicia felt a kinship with this lone hero; Spider-Man was the first man she felt she could trust and she grew to believe herself in love with him. Felicia looked for a way to earn his trust and continued with the Black Cat persona as a misguided attempt to attract his affection. Seeing the good in Felicia, Spider-Man made every attempt to have her criminal record expunged.
For more information on her, please refer to her page.
First Appearance: Spider-Man #76 (January 1997)
The cousin of the late Gwen Stacy, Jill moved to New York City from Hong Kong with her father and brother, Arthur and Paul. She befriended Peter (Spider-Man) and Mary Jane Parker, taking classes with Mary Jane at Empire State University (ESU). Jill sought to understand the events surrounding Gwen's death, and though hesitant, Peter eventually told Jill his side of the story.
- Romantic False Lead: She was set up as a new love interest for Peter after MJ's apparent death. When Mary Jane was found to be alive, Jill withdrew her advances toward Peter and her entire character is put aside.
- Shut Up, Kirk!: During the period of MJ's death, Jill consoles Peter (and/or makes a surreptitious pass) by stating that he needs to move on from Mary Jane's death, that he deserves to be happy and he needs to open his heart and let someone in who cares for him. Peter coldly replies that he already found and married that someone, and he lost her (though MJ returned later anyway).
- Strong Family Resemblance: She was Gwen's cousin, but bore a strong enough physical resemblance to Gwen to remind Peter of her. At one point it was shown that aside from Jill having black hair instead of blonde, the two were almost identical.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To MJ of all people. After the "death" of MJ, her siding up and befriending Peter and consoling him in grief intentionally mirrored how Peter's romance with MJ happened in the aftermath of Gwen's death. It didn't quite work the second time around needless to say.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Jill's last appearance was around Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 2 #31. She disappear without an explanation, but has maybe moved out of New York.
- Women Are Wiser: Compared to her father and brother, who distrust Spider-Man and are less pleasant towards both Peter and Spider-Man (although neither is too antagonistic).
First Appearance: The Spectacular Spider-Man #263 (November 1998)
The niece of J. Jonah Jameson and Spider-Man fangirl, Martha "Mattie" Franklin obtained super powers from the Gathering of Five and became the third Spider-Woman. She temporarily took Spider-Man's place during one of his brief periods of retirement, and became the third Spider-Woman with the blessing of Jessica Drew. When Mary Jane was assumed dead, Mattie attempted to initiate a romantic relationship with Spider-Man, but was turned down.
For more information on her, please refer to her page.
First Appearance: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #30 (June 2001)
Caryn Earle was Peter Parker's neighbor while he lived in New Jersey. Both friendly dated after Mary Jane Watson returned to Los Angeles. After Mary Jane returned to Peter's life, their friendship distanced.
- Angry Guard Dog: Her dog doesn't like Peter.
- Ms. Fanservice: Her regular outfit is a revealing top that and blue shorts.
- Romantic False Lead: Caryn briefly dated Peter until MJ return officially in his life. After, she disappear and is not more mentioned.
- The Tease: She is extremely flirtatious.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: She wears usually blue short.
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #509 (August 2004)
The daughter of Gwen Stacy and Norman Osborn. She and her twin brother Gabriel were raised by "Uncle Norm" to believe that Peter Parker was their father and had killed their mother as Spider-Man. Trained as assassins, Sarah and Gabriel attacked Peter and eventually learned the truth about their mother's death. While Gabriel became increasingly insane, Sarah was outraged and turned against her father, fell in love with Peter herself, and became an Interpol agent.
- Action Girl: Sarah is a good pistol shot and has excellent strength and reflexes due to her Goblin genes.
- Bare Your Midriff: Most of her clothing doesn't come down past her stomach.
- Cain and Abel: When they learned the truth about her mother's death, Gabriel — having been driven insane by a second dose of the Goblin Formula — kept on blaming Peter and became a super villain. Sarah denounced Norman and (after a period of trying to shelter and help him) became an Interpol agent to bring her brother to justice.
- Generation Xerox: She is physically identical to her mother, which gave Spidey a major shock when he unmasked her.
- Half Identical Twin: She and her brother are mostly identical, except for their hair length and the fact that Gabe's a guy.
- HeelFace Turn: When she learned about the truth of her mother's death, she turned against Norman and her increasingly insane brother, and eventually became an Interpol agent.
- I Hate You, Vampire Dad: She loathes her father for lying to and using her and her brother.
- MayDecember Romance: She put the moves on Peter◊ after he saved her life, made a little disturbing due to her looking identical to her mother, the extreme age difference between them, and that until recently, she'd believed him to be her father. Made even worse when Mary Jane walked in on Sarah kissing Peter.
- Ms. Fanservice: As an attractive young lady, she's often been drawn in halter tops and other revealing clothing.
- Obliviously Evil: She and Gabriel snuck out of the house Norman had them at and made friends with some local punks who got them to serve a couriers for packages. The twins saw it as a game before realizing that they were moving drugs.
- Professional Killer: She and her brother were trained as assassins by Norman.
- Rage Against the Reflection: She has some moments of this while wrestling over her painkiller addiction early on.
- Rapid Aging: The Goblin Formula she inherited from her father caused her to grow from a baby to a young adult in a few years' time.
- Reformed Criminal: While no longer evil, she was still wanted for criminal activities when Interpol recruited her to hunt down some drug dealers and her crazy brother.
- Rescue Romance: She fell for Peter after he saved her life and helped her apprehend her brother.
- Spotting the Thread: Despite being raised to see Peter as her villainous father all her life, she realises that this can't be true when he goes to the trouble of getting a DNA sample from Gwen's grave to compare it to their own and yet never ran his own; she realises that he would never have gone to that much trouble without testing his own samples as well, unless he knew that she and Gabriel couldn't be his children.
- Super Cop: She is a superpowered Interpol agent.
- Superpowerful Genetics: The Goblin Formula in her father granted her superhuman abilities and aged her to adulthood in a few years time.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She is more or less Gwen Stacy 2.0 with assassin training and superpowers.
- True Blue Femininity: She has a certain innocence to her in some ways, such as coming to believe Peter sooner than her brother, and wears a blue T-shirt for most of Sins Remembered.'
- Vapor Wear: She's pretty evidently not wearing a bra under her shirts in most of her appearances (particularly the second half of Sins Remembered).
- What Happened to the Mouse?: While Gabriel reappeared during Dark Reign, Sarah hasn't been seen since One More Day.
- Younger Than They Look: She's only a few years old but looks like she's in her late teens or early twenties.
Carlie Ellen Cooper
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #545 (January 2008)
Carlie Cooper is a forensic specialist who is a friend, since high school, of Lily Hollister. She is one of the first potential romantic interests for Parker after "One More Day" and eventually becomes his girlfriend for a time.
- Alliterative Name: Both her first and last names start with C.
- Birds of a Feather: Attempted. Her interest in science was supposedly intended to make her seem like a natural fit for Peter.
- Black Eyes of Evil: As Monster, her eyes are solid black.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Thanks the Goblin Formula as applied by the Green Goblin, she has become Monster, essentially a Distaff Counterpart to the Green Goblin himself.
- And... possibly subverted. She was spying on Osborn while still crazy, but she was cured to an extent in the second annual.
- Character Shilling: A lot of her appearances consisted of everyone talking about how super awesome she was — even those who had never met her before. If this weren't bad enough, she appeared in an issue titled "The Many Loves Of Spider-Man" before they were even dating. When they finally got together, Peter declared it was "the rightest thing in the world" (despite the fact she was dressed up as his ex).
- Composite Character: Probably not intentionally, but fans have noted a lot of her personality traits are from previous love interests (the science girl thing is Gwen, the daddy issues are MJ, the "regular girl" thing is Deb, her being a police contact is Jean Dewolff, her conflict of Peter vs. Spider-Man is Felicia etc.)
- Depending on the Artist: Due to how frequently she falls victim to this, fans still aren't sure how long or even what color her hair is supposed to be. They seemingly eventually settled on her hair being light brown and kept in a similar fashion to that seen in the picture here, but even then it wasn't 100% consistent.
- Disappeared Dad: During the Mysterio arc of The Gauntlet, she finds out that her dad was a Dirty Cop who faked his own death.
- Embarrassing Tattoo: Almost got one of the Green Goblin while drunk. The one she got of Spider-Man subverted this originally, only to play it straight when she found out Peter was Spider-Man and broke up with him.
- Friend on the Force: She was this to Spider-Man.
- Fighting from the Inside: As Monster, after the Green Goblin sprayed the Goblin Formula on her.
- Hot Scientist: She is a forensic specialist.
- Important Haircut: When Carlie learns that her father was not the good cop he was made out to be, she has him arrested. She then cuts her hair and decides to be more assertive in her life.
- Meganekko: The size of Carlie's glasses add to her attractiveness.
- Oblivious to Love: She was not aware that Officer Vin Gonzales, Peter's roommate, had a crush on her.
- One-Winged Angel: Is transformed into "Monster" by the Goblin King. Also a FaceMonster Turn, or at least Brainwashed and Crazy. She is cured, at least temporarily, in Superior Spider-Man Annual #2.
- Put on a Bus: At the end of the Superior Spider-Man saga, she leaves New York to recover and resume her career away from Spidey.
- Remember the New Guy?: A retcon story showed she was best friends with Gwen Stacy and her dad worked with Captain Stacy. This isn't exactly the most consistent either, as Carlie ends up referring to Gwen as "that poor girl" at one point in an impersonal almost unfamiliar way, not by name like you'd expect of a close friend. Then there's that whole "Goblin tattoo" business, which really would have been awkward and inappropriate considering it was both public knowledge that Norman was the Green Goblin and that he killed Gwen.
- Satellite Love Interest: When first introduced. Later issues attempted to broaden her characterization (albeit a characterization that kind of made her a Composite Character of several former love interests). Averted now that she is A) no longer a love interest and B) the books are mostly focusing on her as a Friend on the Force.
- Tuckerization: Named after Quesada's daughter.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Breaks up with Peter when she realizes he is Spider-Man and assumes their whole relationship was a lie.
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #3 (May 2009)
Michele Gonzales is the older sister of Vin Gonzales who went to represent her brother in court. Later, she becomes Peter Parker's roommate and a potential love interest. She is a criminal defense lawyer and is known for her volcanic temper.
- Derailing Love Interests: She has been mutated into a total bitch and ended up technically raped by Chameleon, just so she could be removed from Peter's "girlfriend material" zone.
- Hello, Attorney!: She is a criminal defense lawyer and is known for her volcanic temper.
- Jerkass: Michele just really crossed the line at this, randomly destroying or selling Peter's stuff. Most people, having such a landlady, would seriously consider living under the bridge. Some would even choose it.
- Kissing Under the Influence: In Amazing Spider-Man #601, she and Peter wake up in bed naked. They apparently had sex after Parker had one too many at his Aunt May's wedding. It's later explained that, as a gag, Michelle kept filling his glass with cider when Peter wasn't looking, so he thought it was wine.
Alter Ego: Cindy Moon
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man Vol.3 #1 (April 2014)
During the Original Sin storyline, Spider-Man would be exposed to the energies of the Watcher's eye alongside his fellow heroes. As secrets began to flow into his head, Spider-Man saw that the radioactive spider that bit him managed to bite another before it dieda young female student named Cindy Moon.
After she was bitten by the spider, Cindy's abilities manifested but she was unable to control them. Some time later, Ezekiel Sims would approach the Moon family to offer his help and guide Cindy in controlling her newfound abilities. After six years since getting bit and training to use her powers, Cindy is locked up inside a facility by Ezekiel to protect her and the other "spiders" from Morlun and his family: The Inheritors. But she was later freed by Peter Parker, kicking off Morlun's biggest hunt ever.
For more information on her, please refer to her page.
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man Vol.4 #1 (December 2015)
Designer and Mechanic of the the Spider-Mobile and former girlfriend of Peter Parker.
- Asian and Nerdy: Lian Tang is a Chinese designer at the Shanghai branch of Parker Industries. She co-designed a new Spider-Mobile with Peter Parker.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Despite dating Peter, she disappears after the "Zodiac" arc.
- Easily Forgiven: She tries to kill Spider-Man using the Spider-Mobile, but is talked down and helps him save Shen Quinghao from Mister Negative. Afterwards, she expects to be unceremoniously fired, but Peter explains that if there's one thing he and Spider-Man understand it's that people will go to extreme lengths for family.
- Loves My Alter Ego: Lian is strongly implied to be in an intimate relationship with Peter, but hates Spider-Man to the point where she offers to kill him for Scorpio.
- The Mole: She is in league with Scorpio, leader of the Zodiac, providing him Parker Industries' security codes in exchange for medication for her mother, who was sick with cancer.
Alter Ego: Barbara "Bobbi" Morse
First Appearance: Astonishing Tales #6 (June 1971)
Barbara "Bobbi" Morse alias Mockingbird is an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and ex-wife of Hawkeye. In the All-New, All-Different Marvel branding, she helps Spider-Man when they pursue the new Zodiac and they develop a bond.
For more information on her, please refer to her page.