SCARLET SPIDER
(of Earth-95099)

Real Name: Unrevealed; presumably Ben Reilly

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-95099) cloned human mutate (presumably)

Occupation: Mutant hunter

Group Membership: Avengers (Black Widow, Captain America, Goliath, Hercules, Wasp, others)

Affiliations: Avengers (Black Widow, Captain America, Goliath, Hercules, Iron Man, Wasp, others)

Enemies: Mutant Resistance (Angel, "Avalanche," Banshee, Beast, Blink, Blob, Caliban, Callisto, Joanna Cargill, Colossus, Copycat, Gambit, Jean Grey, Magneto, Masque, Mastermind, Mimic, Mister Sinister, Morph, Nemesis, Nightcrawler, Polaris, Pyro, Rogue, Sabretooth, Storm, Sunder, Sunfire, Wildchild, Wolverine, others)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Presumably mobile

First Appearance: X-Men: The Animated Series episode, "One Man's Worth, Part 1" (September 9, 1995)

Powers/Abilities: Scarlet Spider presumably had the same powers as his Earth-616 counterpart, including superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, agility and a danger-warning "spider-sense."

Height: 5'10" (by approximation)
Weight: 167 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Hazel (presumably)
Hair: Blonde (presumably)

History: (X-Men: The Animated Series episode, "One Man's Worth, Part 1") - During a battle against the Mutant Resistance, the Avengers' ground transport was crushed and forced to the ground by Magneto. Kicking the door of the transport open, Captain America led Scarlet Spider and the other Avengers against the Mutant Resistance until one of the mutants surrounded the Avengers with an energy field. Trapped within the field, Scarlet Spider and the Avengers were hurled miles away from the battle.
 

Comments: Created by Richard Mueller (writer), Gerry Acerno, Troy Adomitis, Patrick Archibald, Del Barras, Francis Barrios, Armando Carillo, Greg Garcia, Rick Hoberg, Tom Nesbitt, Dave Simons, Frank Squillace, Keith Tucker, Daniel Veesenmeyer (storyboard art), Romeo Francisco, Tenny Henson, Mike Sosnowski (storyboard art/cleanup), Pat Agnasin, Gerald Forton, Ernie Guanlao, Abel Laxamana, Romeo Lopez, Tec Manalac (storyboard cleanup), Marcos Borregales, Mark Lewis (storyboard cleanup/prop design), Darrel Bown, Claude Denis, Warren Greenwood, Andres Nieves, Steven Olds, Shayne Poindexter (prop design) and Armand Serrano (layout supervisor/overseas production).

The group of human "heroes" (presumably the Avengers) that Scarlet Spider was a part of included recognizable characters such as Goliath, Wasp, Black Widow, Captain America and Hercules, plus an unrecognizable brown haired, bearded man wearing a red and blue outfit (possibly Earth-95099's Wonder Man?) and a red-costumed character wearing brown gear of some sort (possibly Earth-95099's Daredevil?). On that same note, the Mutant Resistance that Scarlet Spider and the other "Avengers" battled included a character with brown hair and a silver costume who could possibly be that Earth's counterpart to Avalanche and a grey-haired man with a red mask who could project energy. During the Mutant Resistance's fight against the humans, a character resembling Giant-Man was seen aiding the mutants despite another character who was clearly Hank Pym in his Goliath outfit being a member of the Avengers. Who this Giant-Man might be was never revealed...he could possibly have been Scott Lang using the growth side of Pym Particles...or perhaps the mutant Tower?

Profile by Proto-Man.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Scarlet Spider has no KNOWN connections to:



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X-Men: The Animated Series, episode "One Man's Worth, Part 1," screenshot (Scarlet Spider, main & headshot)


Appearances:
X-Men: The Animated Series episode, "One Man's Worth, Part 1" (September 9, 1995) -
Richard Mueller (writer), Gerry Acerno, Troy Adomitis, Patrick Archibald, Del Barras, Francis Barrios, Armando Carillo, Greg Garcia, Rick Hoberg, Tom Nesbitt, Dave Simons, Frank Squillace, Keith Tucker, Daniel Veesenmeyer (storyboard art), Romeo Francisco, Tenny Henson, Mike Sosnowski (storyboard art/cleanup), Pat Agnasin, Gerald Forton, Ernie Guanlao, Abel Laxamana, Romeo Lopez, Tec Manalac (storyboard cleanup), Marcos Borregales, Mark Lewis (storyboard cleanup/prop design), Darrel Bown, Claude Denis, Warren Greenwood, Andres Nieves, Steven Olds, Shayne Poindexter (prop design), Armand Serrano (layout supervisor/overseas production), Erin Lewald (story editor)


Last updated: 04/03/15

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