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This is a Character Sheet for the new incarnations of Spider-Man introduced in Spider-Verse, as well as any supporting characters important to them. For other incarnations, such as Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Man 2099, or MC2 Spider-Girl, please add to their respective character pages. Beware of unmarked spoilers

In cases where redundant names exist, the Secret Identity of the Spider will be listed as well.


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Spider Totems


AKA: Kwaku Anansi
Debut: Spider-Man: Fairy Tales #2

  • Alternate Self: Earth-616 has its own version of Anansi, who is an Orisha, but this one is from Earth-7082.
  • Physical God: He's the mischievous spider-god of West Africa.
  • The Storyteller: In his own words, he is the "Teller of Tales", and he cryptically warns Spider-UK that stories cannot be interrupted without cataclysmic consequences.
  • Troll: He deliberately antagonizes the other deities for his amusement.
  • You Didn't Ask: His response to Spider-UK asking why the real sheep can talk, whereas he was told not to say a word.


AKA: Izumi
Debut: Spider-Man: Fairy Tales #3

  • Bishōnen Line: As he transforms into a tsuchigumo he starts becoming a Man-Spider-like monster, but after recalling his Uncle Masaru's sage advice, he reverts to a more humanoid form.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: As his mutation progresses, he sprouts four extra blade-tipped spider-like legs.
  • Revenge: His motivation for going after the yokai that killed his parents.
  • Viral Transformation: After being bitten by a black tsuchigumo he starts transforming into a red tsuchigumo as his hatred of yokai consumes him.
  • Warrior Monk: He was raised as a Buddhist priest, but became a half-spider warrior.

    Prince of Arachne

AKA: Peter Parker
Debut: Spider-Man: Fairy Tales #4



AKA: Peter Parker
Debut: The Superior Spider-Man #33

  • Arm Cannon: He has a massive gun for a right arm.
  • Chest Blaster: He has a sonic cannon in his back.
  • Composite Character: Seems to be amalgamation of Spider-Man and Deathlok.
  • Cyborg: How much of him is organic is unknown.
  • Faking the Dead: He pretends to be dying after Karn impales him, then blasts the Inheritor once he lets his guard down.
  • Mythology Gag: A crossover with Deathlok had the mainstream Spider-Man be temporarily turned into a borderline cyborg in order to save his life.
  • Retractable Weapon: When he first appears he looks identical to normal Spider-Man, but then transforms to reveal himself as a cyborg.
  • Robotic Reveal:
    Spider-Cyborg: Ya got me, pardner… right in the sonic cannon. Sucker.
  • Telescoping Robot: He has a BFG for a left arm and a huge robotic claw for his left arm, and that's not counting how he kept his true form disguised as normal Spider-Man.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He only appeared twice before Daemos killed him.


Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #2

The Night Gwen Stacy Died is easily one of the best-known Comic Book stories of all time, infamous for killing off Gwen Stacy, girlfriend of Spider-Man at the time. Though she's continued to live on in the Marvel Universe since dying—usually in different forms and alternate universes—she's almost always been defined by her death being used as a means for Peter's character development.

But what happens when the script is flipped and their places are reversed? In the Earth-65 reality, it was Gwen who got bitten by the radioactive spider and Peter who died on her watch. Here she's known as the Spider-Woman—or, "Spider-Gwen".

For more information, please refer to her page.

AKA: William Braddock
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #2

A spider themed hero from Earth-833 and a member of the Captain Britain Corps.

    The Spider-Man
AKA: Aaron Aikman
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #3

  • Alliterative Name: Aaron Aikman
  • Create Your Own Villain: The life support technology he built for Hannah Ikegami is what enabled Naamurah to possess her.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He's built himself a suit of Spider-Armor that, while bulkier than anything 616 Spider-Man's come up with, augments his powers.
  • Killed Offscreen: The Secret Wars (2015) databook revealed that Morlun killed him off-panel.
  • The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life: His time spent as the Spider-Man led him to become aloof towards Kaori Ikegami, his boss and girlfriend.
  • Oh, Crap!: When he realized he inadvertently facilitated an extra-dimensional army's invasion of his dimension, and when he runs headlong into Morlun.
  • Office Romance: He became romantically involved with his boss, Kaori Ikegami, after volunteering to help her daughter Hannah, who'd been left in a coma after being hit by a truck.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: He is a geneticist specializing in the medical applications of venom, but he's evidently very skilled in engineering and robotics.
  • Powered Armor: He built himself a suit of Spider-Armor with bulky boots and gauntlets.
  • Science Hero: Along with his Gadgeteer Genius credentials, he developed the formula which granted him spider powers and deliberately used it himself with the intent of becoming a hero.
  • Spring Jump: His armor is equipped with spring-boots.

AKA: Patton Parnel
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #4

A twisted analogue to Peter Parker from Earth-51412. Patton was raised by his absuive uncle Ted who due to the actions of his crush Sara Jane is bitten by a spider that gives him amazing powers...and slowly transforms him into a monster.

  • All the Other Reindeer: Bullied in school, just like Peter was.
  • Alliterative Name: Patton Parnel
  • Alternate Self: Patton was described as being an evil version of Peter who made the opposite choices in his life. Instead, he's an evil version of Peter who transforms into an alternate version of Man-Spider before being killed.
  • Asshole Victim: Killed by Morlun.
  • Bald of Evil: Patton loses his hair in his monstrous form.
  • Deconstruction: Of the infamous "misanthrope" characterization that The Amazing Spider-Man often gets stuck with. Patton shows off just how worse it could've been if Peter truly was as misanthropic as people said.
  • The Dog Bites Back: After being whipped by his Uncle Ted, Patton awakens his spider powers. After testing them on some animals, the first thing he does is attack his uncle and use him as a host for his offspring.
  • Do Not Go Gentle: He put up a fight against Morlun, but ultimately lost.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Yearns for Sara Jane, despite the fact that she is dating his bully. This becomes ugly once Patton gets his powers.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Gets killed off before he can interact with other members of the Spider-Verse.
  • Evil Versus Evil/The Killer Becomes the Killed: His reign of terror is cut short by Morlun.
  • Extra Eyes: In his monstrous form Patton has a total of eight red compound eyes.
  • Fangs Are Evil: Patton could turn his teeth into shark-like fangs and protrude venomous chelicerae from his mouth.
  • Horror Hunger: As his powers develop, Patton is afflicted with an appetite for flesh, eating a rat, a pigeon, a dog, and who-knows-who-or-what-else.
  • Humanoid Abomination: As a result of fully embracing his inner spider, he transformed into a four-legged, four-armed creature with eight compound eyes, fangs, and chelicerae.
  • I am a Humanitarian: Patton thinks of other humans as nothing more than meat-sacks for him to feed on.
  • Man Bites Man: He learns he can infect others with his offspring by biting them, and does so to his Uncle and neighbor/crush Sara Jane. He tries to take a bite out of Morlun, who just laughs it off and rips his chelicerae out.
  • Mister Seahorse: He learns that the spider that bit him can transmit eggs through its bite, and that he inherited this ability.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: In his monstrous form, Patton has four arms.
  • My Death Is Just the Beginning: Before being killed by Morlun, he managed to implant his offspring into several others, including alternate versions of Uncle Ben and Mary Jane.
  • Nephewism: After his parents died, Patton was shunted off by social services to live with his abusive Uncle Ted.
  • Overly Long Tongue: In his monstrous form he has a long, pointed tongue.
  • The Peeping Tom: He spies on his next-door neighbor, Sara Jane, while she's getting dressed.
  • Poisonous Person: His chelicerae could secrete potent venom that liquefies his prey's organs.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Patton's blue eyes turn monochromatic red when using his powers.
  • Shadow Archetype: Patton represents what Peter would be like if he lacked a stable upbringing and if his powers were more horrifying.
  • Slasher Smile: After eating a mouse, Patton flashes a sinister grin, revealing his now shark-like teeth.
  • The Sociopath: He "experiments" on animals, and after he gets his powers he becomes a cannibalistic serial killer.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": An interview spelled his last name as "Parnell", but the comic itself spells it as "Parnel".
  • Transhuman Treachery: Immediately after awakening his powers, Patton starts referring to other humans as food. Even before his transformation, he would refer to other people as "test subjects".
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Morlun states that he could sense Patton from "the furthest dimension" despite him having only recently acquired his powers.
  • Villain Protagonist: He was a troubled, bullied kid who, when given power, discarded his humanity and became a monster.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He's only "Spider-Man" for three days in-universe before Morlun eats him.

AKA: Peni Parker and SP//dr
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

Peni Parker is a 14 year old girl and pilot of a mech suit called SP//dr from Earth-14512. The machine only responds to the pilot that has the right DNA. In the mech suit's head, there is a radioactive spider that shares a psychic link with the pilot.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Her universe's version of Mysterio is a groupie who sends her CD mixes.
  • Ace Pilot: Peni's been piloting the SP//dr mech since she was nine years old. Part of this has something to do with her genetic compatibility with the spider that makes up the second half of the mech's wetware drive, but the fact that she's so proficient at piloting the armor at such a young age is nothing short of impressive to say the least.
  • Autobots, Rock Out!: She invokes this by listening to music when she fights. Ironically, she beats up the person sending her the CD's she plays.
  • Bond Creatures: SP//dr is this, only able to properly sync with Peni due to the genetic compatibility she inherited from her father. As such, the two are practically inseparable, as the spider can be seen hanging out with her at school, on the subway, etc. Wherever Peni goes, SP//dr goes as well.
  • Characterization Marches On: In the her debut issue, Peni was rather stoic, even from a young age, and came off as unusually contemplative for a 14 year old. Once she gets another focus issue, Peni acts more like an average teenager who gets easily upset and is a lot more expressive. This characterization stuck with her in a further appearance.
  • Composite Character: Seeing as much of her universe is a Shout-Out to Japanese Cyberpunk (specifically Evangelion), Peni has a number of character traits and design particulars that echo strongly with characters from that genre, as well as elements of the original Spider-Man. Personality wise, her proclivity to self-introspection and musings on the nature of the world and her place therein is similar to that of Shinji, Rei, or possibly even The Major. Likewise, her situation largely resembles that of Shinji's own, though she seems more well-adjusted than he is (possibly due to the fact that her burden isn't as great as his was). Design-wise, Peni's hairstyle and normally even expression is similar to that of Lain Iwakura from Serial Experiments Lain, though again, she is much more emotive than Lain.
  • Expy: Of the anime mech pilots she goes to school with. In particular, she first comes off as a more emotive Rei.
  • Kid Hero: She's been the SP//dr armor's pilot since she was just a child, though she's currently 14.
  • Legacy Character: She succeeded her father as the pilot of SP//dr.
  • Mini-Mecha: The SP//dr armor is a lot bigger than your average suit of Powered Armor.
  • Mushroom Samba: After getting dosed with Mysterio's hallucinogenic gas, she sees him as a multi-eyed… thing, with herself being clad in a six-armed version of the Iron Spider armor.
  • No One Gets Left Behind: When Verna was devouring Betty Brant Spider-Girl's life-force, Peni came charging in to make the save. It's hard to tell whether SP//dr was able to do a successful Big Damn Heroes moment, but Peni definitely carried Brant's body with her through a dimension portal rather than leave it behind with Verna and her Hounds.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: Peni wears black tights underneath her skirt.
  • Sailor Fuku: She wears a black one with a blue skirt as civilian attire.
  • Shoulders of Doom: The Sp//dr armor has pauldrons that channel the Varia Suit and sport small Vertical Mecha Fins.
  • Spiritual Successor: She and her universe are this to the Marvel Mangaverse.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Peni gets over the fact that she's talking to Spider-Ham and Last Stand Spider-Man pretty quickly, although that's mostly because SP//dr trusts them.
  • Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: All in a day's work for your typical mech-pilot.
  • Wetware CPU: A radioactive spider called… SP//dr serves as ½ of the armor's CPU. Peni serves as the other half.
  • Worf Effect: SP//dr is certainly impressive looking but as a battle mech with its pilot safely inside an armoured cockpit, SP//dr is prime material for some worfing. In the Spiderverse comics if a Spider-Totem needs to get its ass kicked but not killed, that job falls to Peni. Even mooks like the Rhino-clone get to knock her around.

    Old Man Spider
AKA: Ezekiel Sims
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

A version of Ezekiel Sims from Earth-4, who succeeded Peter as a hero after he was killed by Morlun.

  • Alternate Self: He's an alternate version of the Ezekiel who Peter met.
  • Big Good: He was the most knowledgeable about the Inheritors, and was Spider-UK's right hand.
  • My Greatest Failure: He failed to save his universe's Peter from Morlun, and took up the moniker of Spider-Man in his place.
  • Old Superhero: He was the oldest and most knowledgable of the Spider-Totems.
  • Red Herring: Knowledgable fans were expecting Old Man Spider to be a variation of the future Spider-Man, if not the same version. Instead he was a version of Ezekiel Sims, who was part of the stoy that introduced Spider-Totems and Morlun.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Outright snaps at Otto to shut up and listen… just before his neck is broken.
  • Whole Costume Reference: He wore the same costume as Peter's future self from Earth-312500.

    Captain Universe
AKA: Peter Parker
Debut: The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #9

The Peter Parker of Earth-13, who unlike his counterpart from Earth-616 retained the power of the Enigma Force.

  • Alternate Self: Not only is he one to Peter Parker, but he's one to the Peter Parker who appeared in What If? Vol. 2 #31. What differentiates them is that the Captain Universe of Earth-91110 eventually lost both his Enigma Force and Spider-Man powers after confrontation with a Doombot.
  • Celestial Body: He manifests one while fighting.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When the Inheritors attack, he flash-fries Jennix. However, Solus turns the tables on him and kills him despite his god-like power.
  • Flight: He's most commonly seen hovering or levitating.
  • God's Hands Are Tied: As much as he'd like to smite the Inheritors, if he were to leave Earth-13 he'd lose his cosmic powers and be just another Spider-Man.
  • Magical Nanny: Took care of Benjy whenever May was away.
  • Physical God: Unlike the mainstream Spider-Man, he kept the Uni-Power/Enigma Force and is for all intents and purposes a god in his home dimension.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Spider-Geddon shows Solus only killed him so easily by taking him off guard, as Miles as Captain Universe is more than capable of matching Solus when he's ready for him.

    Lady Spider
AKA: May Reilly
Debut: Spider-Verse #1

  • Alternate Self: She is her universe's version of Spider-Woman and possibly Aunt May.
  • Badass Normal: She has no powers outside of her equipment, which's why Daemos was so disgusted when he attempted to eat her, briefly thinking she might just be a "pretender". She may be a spider-totem, but there's almost nothing to gain from her.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Her response to coming across the wreckage of Leopardon after Solus destroyed it? "Let's fix it." And she does. Very quickly at that.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Like SpOck, she has retractable mechanical spider-legs attached to her back.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: Her uniform features a red corset with a black spider emblem on it.
  • Opaque Lenses: Her aviator goggles have mirrored lenses.
  • Steampunk: She comes from a 19th Century era dominated by advanced steam-powered technology, complete with Victorian versions of classic heroes and villains.

    The Anarchic Spider-Man
AKA: Hobart "Hobie" Brown
Debut: Spider-Verse #1

The Hobie Brown of Earth-138 who leads an army of the poor and downtrodden against corrupt figures like Norman Osborn.

AKA: Penelope Parker
Debut: Spider-Verse #1

A female version of Peter from Earth-11.

AKA: Peter Parker
Debut: Spider-Verse Team-Up Vol. 1 #2

The Peter Parker of Earth-21205, who's life diverged from his Earth-616 counterpart after the death of Gwen Stacy.

    Uncle Ben
AKA: Benjamin "Ben" Parker
Debut: Spider-Verse #1

  • Alternate Self: He's a version of Uncle Ben who was bitten instead of Peter.
  • Beam Me Up, Scotty!:invoked Discussed when Mayday snaps that her father's Uncle Ben taught him to live by "With great power comes great responsibility." Ben retorts that the correct phrasing is "With great power there must also come great responsibility." which makes a subtle but profound difference, since there's no guaranteed link between the two.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appeared in the prologue of Spider-Verse #1 before returning as a proper character in The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #12.
  • For Want of a Nail: He becomes his universe's Spider-Man because he decided to take the day off and spend time with Peter at the fateful exhibition that would irradiate the spider that bites him.
  • I Choose to Stay: After spending some time in Earth-982, Ben decides to stay in that dimension and become a grandpa to Mayday and Benjy.
  • Old Superhero: He was middle-aged when he became a superhero.
  • Retired Badass: He quit being Spider-Man after the Emerald Elf killed his wife and nephew. Subsequently, he accepted Ezekiel's offer to hide from Morlun, and was thus unable to prevent Otto Octavius from accidentally setting off a nuclear holocaust.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: He locked himself in one of Ezekiel's bunkers, and it's a good thing too, since the NYC of his world was ground zero for a thermonuclear war.

    Arachnido Jr.
The Spirit of the Streets
AKA: Unknown, referred to as "Junior"
Debut: Spider-Verse #2

  • Action Dad: His father was a beloved and well-known lucha libre wrestler. Unfortunately, he met his match in what appears to be an alternate version of Venom.
  • Batman Cold Open: His comic opens with him quickly dispatching of a number of armed goons before going into his backstory.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Junior's costume, which is clearly based on his father's wrestling outfit, features far more blue than most other versions of Spider-Man to the point of bearing a passing resemblance to Spider-Man 2099.
  • Bookends: The comic book starts with Junior dropping in on a pair of crooks who are buying tacos. The comic ends with Junior offering to buy the girl he rescued a burrito for helping him out.
  • Brainy Brunette: He is an alternate version of Peter Parker after all.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: Wouldn't be a Spider-Man without it.
    Junior: [flinging a manhole cover hard enough to flip a car] Watch out for open drains!
  • Civvie Spandex: The pants of his uniform are loose and baggy compared to the rest of his form-fitting suit, since it's implied that they were originally part of his father's wrestling uniform.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He drops in on very nearly all of his foes when they least expect it, webbing them up when they're ordering tacos or are delivering food to a hostage.
  • Death by Origin Story: Junior's father's murder in the ring is what caused him to take up his costume as a vigilante.
  • Give a Man a Fish...: Tries to get the girl he rescued to overcome her fear of common crooks by having her help him subdue one by tying the criminal's shoelaces together. It's implied that he's been trying to do this for a lot of people to get them to stop living in fear of the crime that plagues the city.
    Junior: See? These clowns are nothing to be afraid of. Now you've earned yourself a nice hot burrito before I drop you off at your folks!
  • Expressive Mask: Junior's mask continues in the tradition of many other Spider-Men before him, the white leans widening and narrowing as necessary.
  • The Faceless: Junior's father is never seen without his mask.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Unlike all of the other comics in the anthology, his comic is entirely in Spanish, to the point that there is a free online version in English that takes numerous creative liberties to make it more readable for non-Spanish speakers while preserving some of the Spanish words in the original script. Justified by the fact that unlike most iterations of Spider-Man, it takes place in Mexico City rather than New York City.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: Junior certainly seems to feel that way given that he didn't do anything to help his father and the implication that he had obtained his spider powers beforehand given that his Spider-Sense triggered as soon as the doctor was about to give him the bad news.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: It's never explained how Junior got his Spider powers.
  • It's Personal: While Uncle Ben was killed by a common crook out of panic, The Arachnid's death was implied to have been engineered by the organized crime that runs rampant throughout Latin America even in real life. Thus saving people from the mob and taking crooks down resonates with Junior on a personal level.
    Junior: Crime has ruined enough families in this city.
  • Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique: Puts a crook in a gradually loosening wrestling hold high off the ground to get him to talk.
  • Kid Hero: Junior is portrayed as rather young, short, and scrawny-looking in all the flashbacks where he is out of costume, albeit two years before the main story takes place.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Portrayed as rather lithe even by Spider-Man standards, made especially prominent by his well-built father, but he can still easily restrain people well above his weight class through his Spider-Strength. He also flipped a car by throwing a manhole cover at it with his webbing.
  • Nerd Glasses: Junior has especially large, round glasses ala Harry Potter, and is seen studying what appears to be physics or chemistry textbook while at his father's bedside. If he's anything like Peter Parker, he also created his web-shooters from scratch.
  • No Name Given: He's never actually called Arachnido Jr. within the comic itself, but it's common for lucha libre wrestlers to pass their stage names down to their sons on top of him always being referred to as "Junior" in his civilian identity. His name was confirmed in the Spider-Man Unlimited mobile game.
  • Race Lift: An alternate Mexican version of Peter Parker.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His motivation to become Spider-Man was to clean up the streets of Mexico City and get revenge on the men who broke his father's back, particularly this universe's version of Scorpion, who sat back and watched despite being his father's wrestling partner and was implied to have been paid off by an organized crime group, and this universe's version of Venom, who did the deed.
    Junior: [While crying Manly Tears] This can't stand.
  • Time Skip: A newspaper says, "Filme de Arachnido: A 2 Anos De Su Muerte", or "Film about The Arachnid: 2 Years Since his Death", implying that two years passed between Junior's flashback at the present day.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: His father was a famous and popular lucha libre wrestler known as "The Arachnid". When fighting crime, he is rarely shown punching and kicking his opponents, instead preferring to simply web them up or use some rather creative looking holds that are clear holdovers from his father's wrestling background.

AKA: Norman Osborn

A version of Norman Osborn that was bitten by the radioactive spider. This turned out as well as you might expect.

  • Archnemesis Dad: To Harry because he killed Peter.
  • Arch-Enemy: Is building up to be this to Otto in the second volume of Superior Spider-Man.

Debut: Spider-Geddon #3
  • Creepy Good: They might be a colony of spiders, but they're just as heroic as any other individual Spider-Man.
  • Good Counterpart: To Carl King, better known as Thousand, the other man made of hive-minded spiders.
  • The Worm That Walks: He's a colony of spiders that animate and control a Spider-Man suit.

    Spider-Ben and Petey 



    The Inheritors 


AKA: Peter Parker
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #2

"'Pathetic Parker.' I'll show them who's pathetic. Ssshoooow them all."

Tired of constantly being bullied, the Peter Parker of Gwen "Spider-Woman" Stacy's Universe sought revenge on his tormenters by giving himself superpowers through means that turned him into the Lizard. The mutated Peter came into conflict with Spider-Woman, and he died in her arms, presumably due to complications brought on by his transformation.

  • Anti-Villain: Peter wasn't evil, just sick of being bullied and teased over a girl protecting him.
  • Death Equals Redemption: Spider-Woman is held entirely accountable for his death. No one seems to care about the whole "turned himself into rampaging beast beforehand" thing.
  • Evil Laugh: He lets one out as he mutates. It comes complete with technicolor font.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: While it's unknown if Peter intended to turn himself into the Lizard, he certainly didn't intend to die from his attempt to give himself superpowers.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Gets upset when he realized that Harry Osborn asked Gwen out on date.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: His last words, in which he expresses jealousy of Gwen's powers and admitted he wanted to be just like her.
  • Lizard Folk: He's his world's version of the Lizard.
  • Mythology Gag: This Lizard had a purple shirt instead of the usual purple pants.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: He has these right before he injects himself with the Lizard formula.
  • Secret-Keeper: The 2015 Re-launch of Spider-Gwen reveals that Peter was aware of Gwen's powers.


AKA: Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #2

Another villain of Gwen Stacy's. A hulking man with greyish-blue skin and an abnormally thick skull, Aleksei Sytsevich was hired by Matt Murdock, an agent of The Kingpin, to assassinate Captain George Stacy, believing they'd be doing Spider-Woman a favor.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: He flirts with Spider-Woman while fighting her.
  • Big Eater: When meeting with Matt Murdock, Aleksei orders an enormous meal.
  • The Brute: He's much smarter than the mainstream Rhino, but still used as dumb muscle.
  • Professional Killer: He's a Russian assassin, and he's hired to kill Gwen's father.
  • Tap on the Head: Gwen defeats him by drumming on his head.
  • You No Take Candle: He has a very thick Russian accent and his English isn't very good, but he's surprisingly eloquent.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: When Spider-Woman attacks him, he tries to call her out when he's only trying to "help" her.

    Red Eye 

AKA: Rick Landress
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #3 (The Spider-Man #1 in-universe)

An astronaut sent on the first manned mission to Jupiter, Commander Rick Landress was the sole surviving member of his crew, presumed dead after his escape pod was exposed to cosmic radiation and fell into Jupiter. He returned to Earth with the power to generate powerful gusts of wind and storms, and was the first villain Aaron Aikman faced.


Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #3 (The Terrible Hulk #50 in-universe)

"I've come through the door in the dark. More like me wait. You, little spider, will make great food for them. This world—will—fall."

A mysterious young woman of Japanese descent and clad in cybernetic armor, Naamurah easily defeated Aaron Aikman when they first fought, leaving him with a cryptic warning before vanishing. Connected to a string of kidnappings, she is revealed to be the first of an army of extra-dimensional beings that possess people in their sleep and seek to overrun the Multiverse.


Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

  • Abhorrent Admirer: He's a SP//dr groupie and sends Peni CD mixes.
  • Bomb Throwing Anarchist: He tries to poison New York with hallucinogenic gas while ranting about terror and panic and chaos.
  • Cool Ship: He's piloting a giant sphere-shaped ship that sprays hallucinogenic gas.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: He was biologically augmented, greatly enhancing every aspect of his physicality, especially his intellect. He still got taken out in one punch by SP//dr, though.
  • Evil Old Folks: He's a balding old guy with liverspots on his face.
  • Faceless Eye: His ship is meant to evoke this, as is the design on his fishbowl-helmet.
  • Mushroom Samba: His gas really sends Peni for a loop.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: It's unknown if he's his universe's Quentin Beck, or someone else entirely.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He doses SP//dr with some hallucinogenic gas. Rather than finish her off, he whips out his smartphone and starts taking photos.
  • Self-Deprecation: He became Mysterio out of a loathing of his own voice and a desire to get closer to his idol, SP//dr.

    The Six Men of Sinistry 

AKA: Lord Osborne; Max Dillon; Quentin Beck; Sergei Kravinoff; Otto Octavius; Adrian Toomes
Debut: Spider-Verse #1

  • Combat Tentacles: Doc Ock has pipework tentacles he powers with radioactive material and manipulates with a switchboard/control panel strapped to his chest.
  • Egomaniac Hunter: Kraven, as usual, is meant to invoke this.
  • Failed a Spot Check: Lord Osborne should have taken his broach off, since it's what gives away his civilian identity.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Electro ends up reviving Leopardon, who proceeds to kick his and the Vulture's ass.
  • Offing the Offspring: Norman coldly shoots his son Harry when he comes across him in the Goblin costume.
  • Steampunk: They're steampunk versions of the Green Goblin, Electro, Mysterio, Kraven the Hunter, Doctor Octopus, and the Vulture.
  • Straw Misogynist: The villains, especially the Green Goblin, are very much politically incorrect.
  • The Topic of Cancer: Otto didn't shield the primitive nuclear reactor powering his tentacles. After defeating him, Spider-Man 2099 muses that he would've been killed by cancer in a year or so.
  • Villain Team-Up: They're an alternate version of the Sinister Six, led this time by Mysterio. It's close to the original line-up, but with the Green Goblin instead of the Sandman.

Supporting Characters

    Captain George Stacy 

Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #2

Gwen's loving father... and the one leading the manhunt against Spider-Woman.

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    Doctor Kaori Ikegami
Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #3

The head of the Ikegami Medical Center. After her beloved daughter Hannah was left in a coma after being run over by a truck, Kaori Ikegami fell in love with Aaron Aikman when he helped build a life-support system for her. However, she suddenly grew aloof towards him, leading him to speculate that her daughter died. The truth, however, is far more sinister.

  • Anti-Villain: Naamurah manipulated her love for Hannah in order to get her to mass-produce the life-support units.
  • Freak Out: When Aaron asks her if Hannah died, she abruptly starts yelling at him and then runs away.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: She eventually realizes that Naamurah was only using her love for her daughter to manipulate her and breaks down in tears when confronted by Aaron.
  • Office Romance: She fell in love with her employee, Aaron Aikman, when he helped build a life-support system for her comatose daughter.

    Sara Jane 

Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #4

Patton Parnel's classmate and next-door neighbor. Sara Jane shanghais Patton into helping her free animals being used as test subjects at Alcorp, leading to his transformation into the monstrous Spider-Man.

    Ted Parnel 

Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #4


Debut: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

"Quiet breaks, shatters down, so the city reaches out. Listens.. Waiting... Another station for a signal, and we're all some kind of noise. Be the good kind, Peni."

Alternative Title(s): Spider Geddon