Real Name: Miguel O'Hara
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-98120) human mutate
Group Membership: Avengers (Captain America, Captain Marvel/Genis-Vell, Wolverine)
Affiliations: Avengers (Captain America, Captain Marvel/Genis-Vell, Wolverine); numerous extradimensional & time-displaced Avengers
Enemies: Morlun of Earth-001, the Time-Keepers of Earth-794282 & their army of extradimensional & time-displaced Avengers
Known Relatives: None
Aliases: "Spidey" (nickname from Wolverine)
Base of Operations: Avengers headquarters, USA
First Appearance: Avengers Forever I#12 (February, 2000)
Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man 2099 presumably
had the same superhuman abilities that were possessed by his Earth-928
counterpart, including superhuman strength, speed, vision and reflexes.
He also presumably had natural web spinnerets, allowing him to generate
and project webbing, talons allowing him to scale walls, and fangs
containing a poisonous venom.
Weight: 170 lbs.
(Avengers Forever I#12) - Spider-Man 2099 was pulled from his native
reality to participate in the Destiny War, fighting on the side of
Earth-616's Rick Jones and his group of time-displaced Avengers and
battling an army other extradimensional and time-displaced Avengers,
who were serving the Time-Keepers.
2099 II#5) - As Morlun of Earth-001 arrived on Earth-98120,
Spider-Man 2099 confided in his fellow Avengers Captain America,
Captain Marvel and Wolverine that he felt as if he were being stalked
somehow. The other Avengers tried to ease Spider-Man's worries but the
Avengers internal alarm soon sounded, prompting Captain Marvel to
exclaim that perhaps Spider-Man was on target after all. Morlun soon
entered the Avengers headquarters with a large explosion and Captain
America quickly ordered the Avengers to take him down. After knocking
Wolverine aside and injuring Captain Marvel, Morlun announced that
Spider-Man was his main feast then grabbed Spider-Man and fed on him.
Spider-Man of Earth-98120's death was felt by Earth-928's Spider-Man 2099,
who thought to himself that it felt like someone had driven an ice pick
through his skull. Leaving Earth-98120's Spider-Man a lifeless husk,
Morlun thanked Spider-Man for his contribution before noticing that the
Spider-Man 2099 of Earth-6375 was observing the battle. As Spider-Man
2099 of Earth-98120's corpse lay on the ground, Earth-6375's Spider-Man
2099 ended his observation of Earth-98120 and the Avengers prepared to
rally themselves for another attack on Morlun. Morlun quickly departed
Earth-98120 before the Avengers could mount an attack, leaving Captain
America to comment on how part of him agreed with Wolverine that they
would likely never locate Morlun again and how the other part of him
was glad Morlun was gone.
Comments: Created by Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern, Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino.
Since Spider-Man 2099 met several extradimensional and time-displaced Avengers during the Destiny War, it is nearly impossible to determine which were friend, which were foe and what reality they originated from in the 2-page spread in which Spider-Man 2099 first appeared. Therefore, I chose not to list those characters individually in his affiliations or enemies.
Spider-Man 2099's height/weight/eyes/hair are taken
from the Handbook entry of his Earth-928 counterpart as presumably, he
shared similar physical characteristics with his counterpart. It's also
possible that this Spider-Man 2099/Miguel O'Hara could have looked
different under his mask. The readers may never know as he appeared and
died without his face ever being shown.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Spider-Man 2099 has no KNOWN connections to:
images: (without ads)
Spider-Man 2099 II#5, p1, pan2 (Spider-Man 2099, main image)
Avengers Forever I#12, p4-5, splash page (Spider-Man 2099 headshot)
Spider-Man 2099 II#5, p5, pan4 (Spider-Man 2099's death)
Avengers Forever I#12 (February, 2000) - Kurt Busiek (plot, script), Roger Stern (plot), Carlos Pacheco (pencils), Jesus Merino (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man 2099 II#5 (December, 2014) - Peter David (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), Livesay (inks), Ellie Pyle (editor)
Last updated: 03/29/15
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