(of Earth-30847)

Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-30847) human mutate

Occupation: Adventurer, photographer

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Cable (Nathan Summers), Captain America (Steve Rogers), Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Drax the Destroyer (Arthur Douglas), Elektra (Elektra Natchios), Gamora, Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze), Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Hulk (Bruce Banner), Iron Fist (Danny Rand), Iron Man (Tony Stark), J. Jonah Jameson, Nova (Richard Rider), May Parker, Joe Robertson, Rocket Raccoon, Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff), She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), S.H.I.E.L.D., Thor (Thor Odinson), U. S. Agent (John Walker), War Machine (Jim Rhodes), Adam Warlock, Mary Jane Watson-Parker, X-23 (Laura Kinney), the X-Men (Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Iceman/Bobby Drake, Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, Marrow/Sarah, Phoenix/Jean Grey, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Psylocke/Betsy Braddock, Rogue/Anna Marie, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Wolverine/Logan);

Denizens of an unidentified reality (Morrigan Aensland, Amaterasu, Amingo, Anita, Arthur, Beat, Tron Bonne, Cammy, Captain Commando, Kei Chitose, Chun-Li, Cody, Crimson Viper, Dante, Devilotte, Dhalsim, Doctor Light, Ele, Felicia, Fur, Guile, Mike Haggar, Michelle Heart, Dan Hibiki, Strider Hiryu, Hsien-Ko, Jessica, June, Hayato Kanzaki, Sakura Kasugano, Lou, Ken Masters, Mega Man, Charlie Nash, Norimaro, Saki Omokane, Pure, Chris Redfield, Roll, Rose, Ruby Heart, Rush, Ryu, Jin Saotome, Saturn, Sean, Servbot, Siva, Sonson III, Nathan "Rad" Spencer, Ton Pooh, Trish, Unknown Soldier, Jill Valentine, Viewtiful Joe, Frank West, Phoenix Wright, X, Zero)

Enemies: Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), Blackheart, Doctor Doom (Victor von Doom), Doombots, Dormammu, Galactus, the Hand, Juggernaut (Cain Marko), the Magus, Magneto (Max Eisenhardt), Mephisto, MODOK (George Tarleton), Morlun of Earth-001, Nebula, Omega Red (Arkady Russovitch), Onslaught, Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Sentinels, Shuma-Gorath, Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada), Spiral (Rita Wayword), Super-Skrull (Kl'rt), symbiotes, Taskmaster, Thanos, Ultron, Ultron Drones, Venom (Eddie Brock); 

Denizens of an unidentified reality (Abyss, Akuma, Anakaris, Astaroth, Baby Bonnie Hood, Balrog, Bon Bonne, Teisel Bonne, Doctor Wily, Jedah Dohma, Firebrand, Lilith, Lord Raptor, the Mad Gear Gang, M. Bison, Metall Potton, Mettaurs, Nemesis T-Type, Red Arremers, Shadow Lady, Sigma, T-0002 Tyrant, Vergil, Albert Wesker, Zangief)

Known Relatives: May Parker (aunt), Mary Jane Watson-Parker (wife), unborn child

Aliases: "Tiger" (pet name from Mary Jane)

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

First Appearance: Marvel Super Heroes video game (October 24, 1995); (in a Marvel comic): Spider-Verse I#2 (March, 2015)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man's powers were almost identical to those of his Earth-616 counterpart, including superhuman strength, agility, the ability to stick to solid surfaces and a "spider-sense" that warned him of danger. He also wore a set of web-shooters that allowed him to project chemical webbing at a flick of his wrist.

When he briefly had access to the Infinity Gems, Spider-Man was able to use the Gems for a variety of effects including boosting his speed to superhuman levels (Time Gem), healing and recovering his health at a faster rate (Soul Gem), projecting ice projectiles (Reality Gem), boosting his energy levels (Mind Gem), increasing his strength (Power Gem) and superhumanly boosting his durability (Space Gem).

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

History: (Spider-Verse I#2 (fb) - BTS) - Spider-Man existed in a world contained within a video game.

(Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite video game (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Spider-Man had a black alien costume which turned out to be a symbiote and he learned that high frequency vibrations, such as church bells, could damage the symbiote.

(Marvel Super Heroes video game (fb) - BTS) - Spider-Man was eventually able to rid himself of his alien black costume.

(Marvel Super Heroes video game) - When the mad Titan Thanos obtained the Infinity Gems and turned several of Earth's heroes into stone, Spider-Man, alongside many other heroes, set out to reacquire the Infinity Gems from Thanos. Fighting his way through both friend and foe using his patented moves such as his Web Ball, Spider Sting uppercut, Web Swing, Web Throw and Maximum Spider finisher, Spider-Man managed to obtain several of the gems from various heroes and villains (as well as the young extradimensional psychokinetic mystic Anita) but the gems were then stolen back by Thanos when Spider-Man confronted the Titan at his outer space stronghold. Managing to defeat Thanos, Spider-Man used Thanos' Infinity Gems to restore the heroes that had been turned to stone and then returned home to his wife Mary Jane. Learning from Mary Jane that he was soon going to be a father, a happy Peter Parker claimed that Mary Jane and his unborn child were the only universe he needed.

(Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems video game) - After learning that someone was attempting to gather together the Infinity Gems once more, Adam Warlock sought the aid of Earth's heroes in preventing the Gems from being gathered together. Knowing that the fate of the universe stood in the balance, Spider-Man teamed with Captain America, Hulk, Iron Man and Wolverine to prevent the Infinity Gems from falling into the wrong hands. When the Gems fell to Earth, Adam Warlock began searching for the Gems worldwide and, using the Stark Enterprises supercomputers, four sites were pinpointed as the Gems' location: just outside Dr. Doom's Castle in Latveria, the Amazon River basin in South America, the Alaskan Mountains and the Boston Aquarium in Massachusetts. Investigating the Gem drop sites, the assembled heroes found the areas guarded by strange doppelgangers of familiar heroes such as Daredevil, Hawkeye, Vision, Sasquatch, Puck and She-Hulk. Retrieving two of the Gems after cornering Dr. Doom in Latveria, Spider-Man and the heroes learned the identity of the villain seeking to gather the Gems: the Magus, who was based out of an orbiting spacecraft. Realizing that the world would not be safe until the Magus was stopped, Spider-Man and the other heroes stormed the Magus' spacecraft,  battling more doppelgangers before confronting the Magus himself and retrieving another Infinity Gem from him. Upon Magus' defeat, Spider-Man and the other assembled heroes were shocked to see Thanos over their communication array. When Thanos announced that only he was qualified to possess the combined Infinity Gems, the heroes became more determined than ever to prevent the Gems from falling into the wrong hands. They then once more used the Stark Enterprises super computer to pinpoint four more possible locations for the remaining 3 Gems: Egypt, a nearby asteroid belt, an abandoned Arizona mining complex and Mt. Vesuvius in Italy. Investigating these new locations, the heroes found Dr. Doom, who was attempting to gain the Gems for himself, waiting for them within the asteroid belt. After defeating Doom and later Blackheart in the asteroid belt, Spider-Man and the other heroes moved forward in their search, battling more doppelgangers of heroes such as Silver Surfer and Thing and retrieving 2 more Gems with the aid of Dr. Strange, who provided mystic platforms for the heroes to use in crossing Mt. Vesuvius' lava floes. With 5 of the Infinity Gems in their possession, Spider-Man and the assembled heroes then targeted Thanos' base, where they were met by Thanos' lackey Nebula, who exclaimed that she would take care of the heroes before they could present a problem to her master Thanos. Upon Nebula's defeat, Thanos entered the battle himself, determined to stop the heroes from halting his plans for omnipotence. Defeating Thanos and retrieving the Mind Gem that he utilized, Spider-Man and the heroes watched as the Infinity Gems floated into the sky, where they were taken into the custody of Adam Warlock, who promised to safeguard them and allow the universe to continue on its natural path. The heroes then returned home to Earth, pondering if the universe would ever truly be safe.

(Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game) - Having met a group of extradimensional fighters that had previously encountered the X-Men, Spider-Man teamed with them and several other heroes from Earth-30847, including Captain America, Cyclops, Hulk, Wolverine and U.S. Agent, to take down Apocalypse and his plot to convert some of the fighters and heroes from Earth-30847 into his new Horsemen. At one point secretly donning a suit of white armor, Spider-Man used his new Crawler Assault move to help take down first Apocalypse and then his new Horseman Cyber-Akuma. Following the defeat of Apocalypse and Cyber-Akuma, Spider-Man snapped photos with the other assembled heroes and then returned home to Mary Jane, promising that no matter how crucial the battles were, he could never forget about her.

(Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes video game) - Fearful that his consciousness was merging with that of Magneto, Professor X summoned the heroes and extradimensional fighters that Earth's heroes had previously encountered. Fighting his way through friends, foes and fighters while occasionally using his new move, the Ultimate Web Throw, to aid Professor X, Spider-Man, alongside the other heroes, found that Professor X's consciousness had already merged with Magneto's to form the psychic entity Onslaught. Upon seeing Onslaught, Spider-Man quipped for Onslaught to hold his pose, as the situation would make a great news story for him to photograph. Following Onslaught's defeat, Spider-Man snapped photos with some of the other heroes, commenting that, while J. Jonah Jameson would probably spin things in an effort to make him look bad, Spider-Man needed the photography money to make a living.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes video game) - Two years following the battle against Onslaught, the mysterious Abyss entity shrouded the planet in dark energy which generated winds that destroyed desert plant life. Informed of Abyss by the extradimensional pirate Ruby Heart, Spider-Man, Earth's heroes and extradimensional fighters rallied together to prevent Abyss from destroying the planet. Teaming with both friends and foes, Spider-Man aided in the defeat of Abyss and the assembled heroes and villains escaped Abyss' domain via Ruby Heart's flying ship. The heroes left Abyss'  cracked spherical form in the custody of Ruby Heart and returned home.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game) - Ten years following Spider-Man's adventure with Ruby Heart and Abyss, Doctor Doom gathered together many of Earth's villains and then contacted the extradimensional Earth housing the fighters that Earth-30847's heroes had previously encountered. Working with the enigmatic Albert Wesker, Doctor Doom plotted to merge the two Earths together in an effort to make both Earths accessible to conquer by utilizing Earth-30847's Galactus as a power source. Teaming with Earth's heroes and the fighters from the other Earth once more, Spider-Man utilized his new Web Glide ability to battle the villains, who ended up accidentally unleashing Galactus upon both Earths. Working with the assembled heroes to defeat Galactus, Spider-Man returned to his Earth and attempted to sell J. Jonah Jameson photos of Galactus, only to be yelled at by the Daily Bugle boss.

(Spider-Verse I#2) - The dimension-hopping Inheritor Morlun (of Earth-001) appeared on Earth-30847, setting off Spider-Man's spider-sense. Immediately jumping into action, Spider-Man fired off a Web Ball before attacking Morlun with his Spider-Sting attack and trying to finish Morlun off with his Maximum Spider move. Unimpressed by Spider-Man, Morlun announced his "Inheritor Fist" attack, hitting Spider-Man right in the face and knocking Spider-Man out cold. A kid playing the video game that contained Earth-30847 was left wondering what had happened as he viewed Morlun's perfect victory over Spider-Man.

(Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite video game) - Eighty-eight days after the Earth-30847 artificial intelligence Ultron merged with the robotic Sigma of the alternate reality Spider-Man had previously encountered and used two Infinity Stones (Gems) to merge the two universes together in an attempt to create a single, perfect universe, Spider-Man secretly accompanied Chris Redfield to the A.I.M. Brella Headquarters when Redfield ventured there to acquire one of the Infinity Stones before the merged Ultron-Sigma could. Unaware of Spider-Man's presence, Chris was surprised when Spider-Man appeared and exclaimed that he could've killed Spider-Man but Spider-Man replied that many had tried. He then explained that Iron Man had called him in for backup in case Chris needed help and when Chris insisted he needed, Spider-Man jokingly said he would leave Chris just as mutated creatures arrived on the scene. Following the creatures' defeat, Spider-Man claimed to sense something malignant and used a web ball to hit a button opening a door that revealed photographer Frank West. Revealing his knowledge that Frank West had been tailing him for the past hour, Spider-Man accused West of being a terrible photojournalist and West explained that weeks ago, he had heard rumors of monsters that originated within a three-mile radius of the A.I.M.Brella facility and he was there investigating. The trio then began looking into A.I.M. Brella's experiments, finding a non-mutated Mayor Mike Haggar in one of the experimental tubes. Haggar soon broke free and attacked the trio, nearly choking Frank West to death before he recognized Spider-Man and asked what was going on. Soon hearing voices, Spider-Man, Chris, Frank and Haggar found MODOK arguing with his employer, Jedah, and engaged MODOK as Jedah departed the scene. MODOK unleashed several of the mutated humans against the foursome but after they defeated the mutants, MODOK sent the Nemesis after them. Upon Nemesis' defeat, MODOK refused to give up the Mind Stone, only for Spider-Man to easily pull the Stone from MODOK's forehead with a web line. Unfortunately, a portal was soon opened and a gigantic, shadowed creature emerged and forced Spider-Man and the others to flee. Reporting back to Avengers Tower, Spider-Man and Chris Redfield revealed that they had found the Soul Stone that a squad of supernatural heroes had failed to acquire. Escaping the A.I.M. Brella base into the streets from a parking garage, Spider-Man, Chris, Frank and Haggar were met by Jedah, who flew off, leaving the four heroes to battle his gigantic symbiote that had been fed with souls. During the battle, Chris Redfield blasted the symbiote with a bazooka, splattering parts of the symbiote onto Spider-Man, restoring his old black symbiote costume and prompting Spider-Man to remark "not again." Corrupted by the symbiote, Spider-Man leapt to attack his allies but Frank West used his baseball bat to set off car alarms, the sonic vibrations forcing the symbiote off of Spider-Man and harming the giant monster symbiote. Chris Redfield then ordered the restored Spider-Man to get the Infinity Stone they had acquired back to Avengers Tower and Spider-Man did as he was told and swung off. Unfortunately, Spider-Man was blasted out of the air by Jedah as Ghost Rider and Morrigan Aensland, who had witnessed the symbiote's attack from Avengers Tower. As Spider-Man watched, Morrigan attempted to reason with Jedah but a fight soon broke out. Spider-Man called Iron Man for backup and both the demon-hunting Dante and the incredible Hulk arrived to assist. The additional heroes forced Jedah to retreat as Doctor Strange, Arthur and the bionic Spencer arrived on the scene. As the combined heroes battled the giant symbiote, Spider-Man and Spencer left to continue getting the acquired Infinity Stones to Avengers Tower. Arriving to turn the Stones over to Iron Man and the robotic X and Zero, Spider-Man witnessed the three armored heroes use the Stones to destroy the giant symbiote, which unfortunately released the Sigma Virus across New Metro City. He then watched as the Dr. Light program reported that the Sigma Virus could only be stopped with the destruction of Ultron-Sigma, which they needed the Soul Stone to accomplish. The heroes soon devised a plan to acquire the Soul Stone from Jedah's dark realm and Spider-Man accompanied a squad of heroes to distract Ultron-Sigma in Xgard while Dante battled Jedah for the Soul Stone. In Xgard, both Ghost Rider and Chun-Li noticed the absence of life and souls, prompting Spider-Man to reply that even his Spider-Sense was not picking up anything. Ultron-Sigma quickly noticed the heroes' presence and surrounded them with a squad of Ultron Drones before having them brought to him. Continuing to battle the Drones, Spider-Man noticed a Sigma Virus-controlled Thor (whom he referred to as a second Iron Man) and promised to bring him back alive following the battle. Ultron-Sigma himself soon got involved and attacked the heroes and revealed that he was aware of the heroes' plan to distract him. Spider-Man then witnessed Dante seemingly hand over the Soul Stone to Ultron-Sigma, only to see that the robotic Ultron-Sigma had no soul and could not wield the Stone's power. When Ultron-Sigma evolved into the gigantic Ultron-Omega form, Captain Marvel ordered Spider-Man to retrieve the Soul Stone and Spider-Man did so with a well-timed web line. The Sigma Virus-controlled Thor grabbed the Stone mid-pull but the Soul Stone's power managed to restore Thor to normal and when Iron Man and more heroes arrived, X used one of the Infinity Stone to blast Ultron-Omega. The heroes then used the various Infinity Stones to battle Ultron-Omega before donating their acquired Stones to the gun weapon X was using, which Iron Man dubbed the Infinity Buster. When X nearly proved unable to wield the combined Infinity Stones, Doctor Strange asked the assembled heroes to lend him their strength. Spider-Man did so alongside the other heroes and Strange channeled the strength into X, who used the Infinity Buster to destroy Ultron-Omega. In the aftermath, Spider-Man expressed joy to have Thor back in his right mind and Thor threatened to crush Spider-Man if he ever referred to him as "Iron Man" again. The heroes soon realized that their respective realities could not be restored without using the same Infinity Stones that Ultron-Sigma had used to merge them. With the Reality Stone now cracked following their battle, the heroes realized they were stuck in a merged reality and Thor suggested they divvy up the Infinity Stones: two to Earth, two to Xgard and two to the dark realm. The heroes then departed the scene and Spider-Man asked Captain America how they could rebuild and honor the dead and a passing Ryu suggested they honor their fallen by protecting their new world together.

Comments: Created by Takeshi Tezuka, T. Iijima, Tomichin∞, Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Kei Hiratou, Satoru Kimura (planners), Tarabar-Black, Aoi-Peach, Kaw-K'MARIchan, Silver-Kadontz, Nobu-Sasami, Knishi-"MadDogMC," Pon, DNA, Frk, Yama, Ueno, Youji (programmers) and Arahijuf, Rumi♥Yamaguchi, T'Shirahama (Spider-Man object). Adapted into a Marvel comic book by Dan Slott and Kris Anka.

While there was a Marvel vs. Capcom: Fate of Two Worlds 12-page comic book that appeared in the Special Edition versions of the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 video game (written by Frank Tieri, drawn by Kevin Sharpe, inked by Rob Stull and edited by Bill Rosemann), Spider-Man was not seen in that comic despite his appearance in the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 video game. Therefore, Earth-30847's Spider-Man was not adapted into an actual comic book until Spider-Verse I#2. Also, while Spider-Man did appear in the Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 video game, the video game was essentially an updated version of Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds with some new characters and stages. Since the story was the same, I chose not to list Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 as a new appearance of Spider-Man. Similarly, Spider-Man appeared in the video game Marvel vs. Capcom Origins although that game was merely a video game containing home console ports of the original Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes video games and did not contain a new story.

Since the video games featuring Spider-Man allowed players to choose their character, accounts varied in terms of which hero defeated Thanos, etc. depending on which character the player chose. As it is, one could assume that Spider-Man defeated the villains with the aid of the other heroes involved in that particular video game's story and that each of their respective video game endings still occurred, excepting ones that outright contradict the others. In those cases, the endings diverged their own reality at the moment that character "won" the story (the examples being many of the villains' endings in which they obtained some sort of godlike power, etc.). Since Spider-Man was the only character to further appear in a Marvel comic book, I have written this profile to focus mostly on his specific story (i.e. assuming the player chose Spider-Man as his/her character in the video game).

Sadly, given how the Inheritors were feeding off of and killing Spider-totems across the multiverse, it's very likely that Morlun killed Earth-30847's Spider-Man even though we, the readers, saw nothing more than Spider-Man laying at Morlun's feet. Since we didn't actually see Morlun feeding off of Spider-Man's totemic energies, it's possible (but not likely) that Spider-Man could have still survived his encounter with Morlun.

Unless otherwise noted, all characters encountered by Earth-30847's Spider-Man were the Earth-30847 counterparts of those characters.

It was never explained how Spider-Man survived his encounter with Morlun during the Spider-Verse event. Granted, we only see Morlun knocking Spider-Man and not fatally feeding on him, but it would seem odd that Morlun wouldn't have taken advantage of his downed foe. Alas, since we never saw Morlun actually kill Spider-Man and since he later showed in Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, it's safe to assume Morlun didn't kill him (for whatever reason) and Spider-Man ultimately recovered.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Spider-Man has no KNOWN connections to:

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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game (arcade), Spider-Man design art (Spider-Man main image)
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
video game (arcade), Spider-Man ending scene screenshot (Spider-Man unmasked)
Marvel Super Heroes video game (arcade), Spider-Man winner screenshot (Spider-Man jumping)
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game (arcade), Armored Spider-Man victory scene (Armored Spider-Man)
Spider-Verse I#2, p1, pan (Spider-Man using his Maximum Spider move)
Spider-Verse I#2, p1, pan (Spider-Man defeated by Morlun)

Marvel Super Heroes video game (October 24, 1995) -
Takeshi Tezuka, T. Iijima, Tomichin∞, Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Kei Hiratou, Satoru Kimura (planners), Tarabar-Black, Aoi-Peach, Kaw-K'MARIchan, Silver-Kadontz, Nobu-Sasami, Knishi-"MadDogMC," Pon, DNA, Frk, Yama, Ueno, Youji (programmers) and Arahijuf, Rumi♥Yamaguchi, T'Shirahama (Spider-Man object design)
Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems video game (November, 1996) - no credits given
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game (June 18, 1997) - Atsushi Tomita, Nakano Tau! Masahiro, Dave Matumoto (planners), Akiman, Sakomizu, Ukabin (original art), Motsu, Eternal Sailor, Kaw, Silver Kadontz, You! (programmers), Minobe Hiroaki Da!!, Sagata, G. Kamina, Miwaringo, Kohichi Kikutani, Hiroshi Yoshioka, Shinya Miyamoto, Masanori Kondo, Rie Satou, Takep, Yosinori Yamamoto, Jon Narancha, Toshihiro Suzuki, R. Naoi, Kanaoko♥Takami (object designers)
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes video game (January 23, 1998) -
Atsushi Tomita, SGR Matumoto, Nakano Tau! Masahiro (planners), Akiman, Shoei, Sakomizu (original art), Motsu, Eternal Sailor, Kaw, You!, Silver Kadontz, Bakunetsu Hirokado (programmers), Hiroaki Minobe, AkemiKurihira, Fuji=Kazu, Sagata, GKamina, Miwa♥Sakaguchi, Kohichi Kikutani, MasanoriKondo, Hiroshi Yoshioka, Shinya Miyamoto, Takep, Toshihiro Suzuki, Jon Narancha, Yamancha, Naony, Yuugen, Kanako♥Takami, Ino, Eripyon, Kimo Kimo (object designers)
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes video game (February, 2000) - Tatsuya Nakae, Spp Iorya, Buruma, Oni-Suzuki (M・P), Shinichiro Obata, Neo-G (Ishizawa) (planners), MF (illustrations), Motsu, Teruaki Hirokado, Kaw・Tld, Silver Kadontz, You!, Minomiya, Yuko Kawamura, Akihiro Yokoyama, Hyper -Shinchan-, Nishi, Reiko Toh, Ittetsu, Dice-K, Soji Seta, Cham, Hisashi Kuramoto, Komuu, Shin, Mikky (programmers), Makoto Ishii, Akemi Kurihara, F, Mizupyon, Mizuho, Igarashi, Masaru Nishimura, Hideya Takada, Rin Boku, Tagirin, Masatsugu Sato, Daichi Hirano, Imamura, Hiroki Shibaki, Tomohiko Ohsumi, Yano, Akizuki Michiru, Izumi Noda, Hiroaki Minobe, Kimo Kimo, Ball Boy, A Iwasaki, Miwa Sakaguchi, Y Yamamoto, Kaeru, Hiro, Yoshihiko Akita (object designers)
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game (February 15, 2011) - Akihito Kadowaki (planner, assist producer), Yuki Tagawa (main programmer), Daisuke Ishiwata, Daigo Matsuura, Kenji Tsugawa, Masanori Takei, Satoshi Inagi, Hideyuki Miyatake, Kuniharo Shibatani, Satoshi Kawasaki, Satoru Makino, Masaru Isohara, Yuya Okada, Hirotaka Miyazako, Yutaka Kamei, Hisashi Sugiyama, Kenji Shibayama, Tomonori Satoh, Ichihou Nishida (programmers), Hideaki Ichikawa (chief designer), Ryuji Togou, Yoshitomo Higa, Yuuya Goto, Takeshi Nakamura, Yutaka Fukumoto, Ken-Ichi Yokoh (designers), Nobuhiko Kobayashi, Tetsuya Tomotoshi, Hiroshi Tahara, Yumi Arai, Yurika Tanaka, Shigefumi Tanno, Yuji Sakanaka, Yuki Tanaka, Yuki Sato, Miho Orihara, Hirokazu Matsushima (model designers)
Spider-Verse I#2 (March, 2015) - "It's Showtime" story - Dan Slott (writer), Kris Anka (pencils, inks), Nick Lowe, Edie Pyle (editors)
Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite video game (September 19, 2017) - Frank Tieri (contributing writer), Takashi Nishimura (lead programmer), Kenji Yamaguchi, Manabu Kawase, N. Minomiya, Yuta Miyagawa, Yuta Nakamura, Masatoshi Nakamura, Haruki Shimizu, Yoichi Kodama, Takao Naito, Yoshiatsu Sakabe, Akira Nagashima, Yuan Luo, Shingo Matsuto, Takuya Iwamoto, Yuki Sato, Koya Uchida, Shinichiro Niidome, Takeshi Shimamoto, Tianyun Hu, Kazuma Mori, Akihiro Onoue (programmers), Nobuhiko Honda (lead character modeler), Masanori Kondo, Tadashi Noyama, Keisuke Motozono, Nobumasa Kagawa, Gin Nakahira (character modelers), Shinya Kuwajima (lead environment modeler), Takashi Fujiwara, Inoyan, Satoshi Ueda, Shiori Udaka, Yusuke Saiwai, Keishi Yoshioka, Keitaro Katou, Manabu Takeda, Ryota Kanematsu (environment modelers), Shintaro Washino (lead VFX art), Yuka Ogawa, Kenji Hatatsuka, Mitsunobu Takushima, Toyohisa Ageta, Junichiro Ogawa, Jinwoo Mok, Yuki Shinta, Yosuke Katsumata, Shigeki Takechi (VFX art), Yukinobu Kinoshita (lead animator), Akihiro Nasu, Yusuke Nakayama (animators), Keisuke Mizuno, Tamio, Naoto Kuroshima (character design), Tsuyoshi Nagayama (lead game designer), Shun-Ichi Mine, Jun Yoshioka, Yayoi Oyama, Yamato Goto, Aoi Yoshitaka (game designers), David Cockman (English editor)

First Posted: 03/29/2015
Last updated: 10/25/2017

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