Real Name: Unrevealed, presumably Peter Benjamin Parker
Identity/Class: Extra-dimensional, presumably human mutate (Earth-10182)
Occupation: Corporate threat
Group Membership: None
Enemies: Green Goblin
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Presumably New York City, New York
First Appearance: Marvel Universe Millenial Visions 2001 (February, 2002)
Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man did not exhibit any specific powers, but he presumably had the same proportionate strength, agility, ability to cling to walls, and "spider-sense" of a spider that his Earth-616 counterpart had.
He also used the stolen Osborn adhesive known as "Amazing Webs" to project chemical webbing from the web-shooters built into his gloves.
History: (Marvel Universe Millenial Visions 2001-"Spider-Man: Staff Memorandum") - Spider-Man stole the formula to Norman Osborn's top secret adhesive called "Amazing Webs" as Osborn's other products caused problems like Flash Thompson becoming a quadriplegic due to failures in the "Vulture Personal Flying System" and Osborn's secretary, Gwen Stacy, being bonded to a suit of mechanical arms. Osborn considered Spider-Man a corporate threat and began funding many law-enforcement agencies such as the Kraven Bounty Hunters, Mysterio Location Services, and the Sandman Recovery Group to stop Spider-Man at all costs. After many failures, Norman sent a staff memorandum concerning Spider-Man to his employees that offered anyone with information leading to Spider-Man's arrest two weeks paid vacation and a key to the executive washroom for one week and began testing the "Green Goblin Personal Defense System" on himself to prove that it did not cause insanity and schizophrenia.
Comments: Created by Buddy Scalera and Ian Churchill.
This Green Goblin has no known connections to
This Spider-Man has no known connections to
After Norman Osborn went through failure after failure with his technologies, he turned his aggressions on Spider-Man who had stolen his adhesive "Amazing Webs" product. Funding nearly every law-enforcement agency to stop Spider-Man, Osborn tested his "Green Goblin Personal Defense System" on himself to prove that it did not cause insanity and schizophrenia. Apparently, the rumored side effects were true and he then waded a one-man war against Spider-Man.
--Marvel Universe Millenial Visions 2001 "Spider-Man: Staff Memorandum"
Marvel Universe Millenial Visions 2001, p3, splash page (Spider-Man and Green Goblin images)
Last updated: 09/03/05
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