Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-96211) human mutate

Occupation: Superhero

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Other Spider-Totems (Arachnido, Jr. of an unidentified reality, Spider-Jameson of Earth-78327/John Jameson, Spider-Man of Earth-616/Peter Parker, Spider-Man of Earth-928/Miguel O'Hara, Spider-Man of Earth-1610/Miles Morales, Spider-Man of Earth-11714, Spider-Man of Earth-57780, Spider-Man of Earth-70019, Spider-Man of Earth-80219, Spider-Man of Earth-96211, Spider-Man of Earth-96283, Spider-Man of Earth-120703, Spider-Man of Earth-730911, Spider-Prime of Earth-93060/Kevin Green, Spider-Woman of Earth-616/Mattie Franklin, Spider-Woman of Earth-1610/Jessica Drew, Spiders Man of Earth-9997, numerous others from various unidentified realities)

Enemies: The Inheritors of Earth-001 (Bora, Brix, Daemos, Jennix, Morlun, Verna)

Known Relatives: Ben (uncle), May (aunt), unidentified parents (deceased) (all of Earth-96211)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed location on Earth-96211

First Appearance: Marvel Vision I#2 (February, 1996)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man had superhuman agility, the ability to cling to solid surfaces, and uncanny "spider-senses." He also used a "web" apparatus of his own design that allowed him to swing from building to building.

History: (Marvel Vision I#2 - Timeslip) - Losing his parents at a young age, Peter Parker was taken in by his uncle Ben and aunt May, who raised him as their own. He grew up a bit old-fashioned and was constantly teased by his peers until one day when he visited a science exhibit on radioactive energy. During the exhibit, Parker was bitten by a spider that had been doused in the radioactive energy, causing him to undergo a mutation that gave him spider-like agility and senses, as well as the power to climb walls. Soon after, Parker used his intelligence to design a web-like apparatus that would enable him to swing from building to building and he decided to take the name Spider-Man.

(Spider-Verse I#2/5) - Spider-Man of Earth-96211 was drawn into a massive battle on Earth-001 in which Spider-Men from numerous alternate realities battled the Inheritors.

Comments: Created by Jim Krueger and Mike Allred.

The divergent point for Spider-Man's Timeslip reality occurred during the events seen in Amazing Fantasy I#15 (August, 1962).

Profile by Proto-Man.

Spider-Man (Timeslip) has no known connections to

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Timeslip: The Collection I#1, p4, pan1 (Peter Parker, headshot)
 p5, splash page (Peter as Spider-Man, main pic)

Other Appearances:
Marvel Vision I#2 (February, 1996) - "Timeslip: Spider-Man" - Jim Krueger (writer), Mike Allred (art)
Spider-Verse I#2 (March, 2015) - "It's the Little Things" - Dan Slott (writer), Ty Templeton (art), Nick Lowe, Ellie Pyle (editors)

Last updated: 03/31/15

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