(of Earth-31198)

Real Name: Benjamin "Ben" Parker (presumably)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-31198) human

Occupation: Unrevealed, presumably retired

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Spider-Man of Earth-92131 (Peter Parker), Gwen Stacy

Enemies: Spider-Carnage of Earth-98311 (Peter Parker)

Known Relatives: Peter Parker (Spider-Man, nephew)

Aliases: "Uncle Ben"

Base of Operations: Unrevealed location on Earth-31198

First Appearance: Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (January 31, 1998)

Powers/Abilities: Ben Parker had no superhuman powers but was very strong-hearted and inspirational.

Height: 5'9" (presumably)
Weight: 175 lbs. (presumably)
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Gray

History: (Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man") - When the Spider-Carnage of Earth-98311 transported to Earth-31198 and kidnapped that reality's Gwen Stacy in a second attempt to detonate a bomb that would destroy the Multiverse, Spider-Man of Earth-92131 was sent there to stop Spider-Carnage and deduced that rather than trying to defeat Spider-Carnage, he should try to understand him. Figuring that Spider-Carnage might merely be confused, Spider-Man-92131 monologued that there was only one person who could help Spider-Carnage remember right from wrong and he swung off to find Earth-31198's living Ben Parker, thinking that Earth-31198 might be the only place where Ben might still be found. A short time later, after recruiting Ben Parker to assist against Spider-Carnage, Spider-Man-92131 confronted Spider-Carnage, who threatened to drop Gwen from a rooftop as he opened a portal that threatened to suck in and destroy all of Earth-31198. Reaching out to Spider-Carnage's Peter Parker side, Spider-Man exclaimed that if he couldn't reach the Peter inside Spider-Carnage, he had brought along someone who could. Earth-31198's Ben Parker then walked out from the shadows, surprising the emotional Spider-Carnage, who had lost his reality's Uncle Ben much like the Peter Parkers of other realities. Explaining that Spider-Man-92131 had told him everything, Ben assured Spider-Carnage that while he knew Spider-Carnage had a really bad time, he was there for him in that reality and no matter what, he loved Peter. When Ben then asked if Spider-Carnage remembered what he had told him about great power, the crying Spider-Carnage recited Ben's quote of "with great power comes great responsibility" and Ben explained that Spider-Carnage had a great power and that it was his responsibility to the world to rid himself of the symbiote. Spider-Carnage then attempted to rid himself of the Carnage symbiote but it refused to leave Spider-Carnage's body, causing Spider-Carnage intense pain. Ben exclaimed for Spider-Carnage to fight the symbiote with all his heart and soul but the alien symbiote proved too strong for Spider-Carnage to expel. Begging forgiveness, Spider-Carnage dissipated the portal and instead used the portal device to create a smaller portal, which he then jumped into, vaporizing himself. A saddened Ben Parker then admitted that he thought Earth-98311's Peter Parker had done what he thought was best for himself and the entire world. He then hugged Spider-Man-92131, telling him that he had done well against Spider-Carnage and assuring Spider-Man-92131 that he was proud of him. Ben then admitted he would miss Earth-92131's Peter Parker and Spider-Man replied that he would also miss Ben, remarking with a few tears that Ben would always be in his heart.

Comments: Created by John Semper and Marvel Films Animation (see Appearances list for list of artists involved).

This reality's Ben Parker presumably had the same physical stats as his Earth-616 counterpart. May Parker was not shown on Earth-31198 so it was unrevealed if Ben was married to May on Earth-31198. It's same to assume that his nephew was still Peter, given that Ben recalled having told Peter "with great power comes great responsibility."

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Earth-31198's Ben Parker has no KNOWN connections to:

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cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (all images in this profile)

Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (January 31, 1998) - John Semper (writer, producer, story editor), Dell Barras (character design), Wayne Schulz (prop design), Donn Greer, J.C. Ponce, Moon Choi (additional character & prop design), Lawrence Kim, Enzo Baldi, Brad Morris, Fred Carrillo (background design), Floro Dery, Gary Graham, Bill Riling, Dick Sebast, Bob Souza, Clint Taylor, Rick Hoberg, Jim Janes, Ken Laramay, Hank Tucker, Kuni Bowen (storyboard art), Jerry Eisenberg, John Ahern, Jason So (additional storyboard art), Kronos Digital Entertainment Inc. (3D computer backgrounds), Dennis Velizelos (art director, background painter), Richard Bowman, Mike Svayko, Frank Andrina, Bob Treat, Bob Kirk, Joe Morrison (animation directors), Chul-Ho Sung (episode director, layout art), Mark Deimel (editor)

Last updated: 08/12/17

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