main image SPIDER-MAN

Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-11045) human mutate

Occupation: Weapon Infinity/Deathlok trooper; former superhero

Group Membership: Deathlok unit (Captain America, Cyclops, Elektra, Hawkeye, Thing)

Affiliations: Father

Enemies: Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), E.V.A. of Earth-616, Fantomex of Earth-616 (Charlie Cluster-7), Mother of Earth-616

Known Relatives: Most likely the same as his 616 counterpart

Aliases: Deathlok, Weapon Infinity

Base of Operations: New York City, New York, USA

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Force I#5 (April, 2011)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man was superhumanly strong (presumably Class 10) and swift. He could cling to and scale walls and other surfaces. He might also have a variation of the "spider sense," warning him of danger though he didn't demonstrate this. Besides this he could sling webs. After being killed by the Deathlok, Peter was reanimated and turned into a cyborg, a number of body parts were replaced with cybernetic substitutes while his organic form continued to decompose.

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 167 lbs. (but probably heavier due to cybernetic parts)
Eyes: Hazel
Hair: Brown

History: (Uncanny X-Force I#5 BTS) - Spider-Man was a superhero on Earth-11045, which had a history comparable to Earth-616.

(Uncanny X-Force I#6 (fb)) - Using the World (the self-contained research facility built by Weapon Plus), Father launched Operation Deathlok. The Deathloks' mission was to kill and reanimate/convert all superhumans into controllable Deathlok troopers. Spider-Man was one of many heroes who fell prey to the operation. After his death, he was remade into a Deathlok trooper.

(Uncanny X-Force I#6 (fb) - BTS) - Eventually all of Earth's superheroes were turned into Deathloks. The general public didn't mind this, since most of them felt the heroes had grown arrogant in their self-appointed role as judge, jury and executioner. Therefore the program was not only condoned, it eventually even became law. With the Deathlok troopers functioning as a controllable police force, mankind flourished and a new, utopian era was ushered in. However, the rise of the mutant Apocalypse caused civil society to collapse, prompting Father to send the Deathlok troopers back in time to kill Apocalypse when he was still a child, hidden in the World.

(Uncanny X-Force I#5) - To stop Apocalypse, Spider-Man and the other Deathlok troopers were tasked with finding the World and killing the young En Sabah Nur's guardian Fantomex. The troopers eventually located him in the French Alps and engaged. As Fantomex proposed a bigger threat than previously calculated Spider-Man set his sights on Mother, breaking her neck, killing her. Enraged by her death, Fantomex threw Spider-Man at Captain America (who had retrieved the World) forcing them to fall out of the building.

(Uncanny X-Force I#6) - With their mission fifty percent completed, the Deathlok troopers set their sights on killing Fantomex. As he flew over in E.V.A. Spider-Man used his webbing to follow the sentient ship. Out for revenge, Fantomex attacked Spider-Man who, after suffering severe injuries, managed to break free from his Deathlok programming. Peter pleaded for his life, claiming none of this was his fault. The cold blooded Fantomex replied that he believed him and then shot him in the head.

(Uncanny Avengers I#14) - As Earth-11045 was dying (see comments) Spider-Man was seen when Kang traveled through time and space to recruit several antiheroes for his quest. Kang chose to recruit an Abomination Deathlok trooper.

Comments: Created by Rick Remender (writer), Esad Ribic (pencils) and John Lucas (inks).

Weapon Infinity was an alternative name for Project: Deathlok.

In Uncanny Avengers I#14, it was revealed to be the year 2055 on Earth-11045. Kang was recruiting for his Chronos Corps while several universes were dying, most likely as a result of the transdimensional incursions.

Profile by MarvellousLuke

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Uncanny X-Force I#5, cover (main image)
Uncanny X-Force I#6, p4, pan2 (closeup)
Uncanny X-Force I#5, p17, pan3 (attacking Mother)
Uncanny X-Force I#6, p4, pan4 (apparent death)

Uncanny X-Force I#5 (April, 2011) - Rick Remender (writer), Esad Ribic (pencils), John Lucas (inks), Jody Leheup (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#6 (May, 2011) - Rick Remender (writer), Esad Ribic (pencils), John Lucas (inks), Jody Leheup (editor)
Uncanny Avengers I#14 (January, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), John Dell (inks), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)

First Posted: 03/02/2015

Last updated: 03/02/2015

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