(of Earth-92157)

Real Name: Peter Parker (presumably - see comments)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality (Earth-92157) human mutate (see comments)

Occupation: Superhero

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Hans, Ren Hoek, Mr. Dinkle, Otto-Flippa, Pepe, Powdered Toastman, Rita, Stan, Stimpy (Stimpson), Wet-Foot Willy;
    formerly Mr. Sheckley

Enemies: Doctor Dough-Naught, Venom;
    briefly Powdered Toast Man

Known Relatives: Mary Jane (wife), May  (aunt)

Aliases: "The Amazing Spider-Man," "Bug," "Fella," "Mac," "Man," "Mr. Spider-Man," "Spidey," "Uncle Spidey," "Wall Crawler," "Web-Spinner," "Your Spider-ness"

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6 (May, 1993)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man had the same abilities as his 616 counterpart, including superhuman agility and strength, the ability to cling to surfaces and a danger-warning spider-sense.

He also wore a pair of mechanical web-shooters that allowed him to project chemical webbing that he could shape into specific shapes, such as Powdered Toast.

He briefly wore a pair of Powdered Toast Man's Elasti-Shorts, which would inflate to alert him to trouble.

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

History: (The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6/1 (fb) - BTS) - As a child, Peter Parker was close with his Aunt May and was taught by Mr. Sheckley in kindergarten. Eventually, he became the heroic Spider-Man and married the redheaded Mary Jane, later becoming nemeses with Venom and the bowling partner of Stan. He also began seeing masseuse Wet-Foot Willy and befriended the Incan god of ties, Otto-Flippa, and the bears Pepe, Hans and Rita, and their children. Learning of Mr. Dinkle, a man whose phone number was one digit off from his own, Spider-Man was eventually asked to fill in for Powdered Toastman while the latter was being mind-controlled by the villainous Doctor Dough-Naught.

(The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6/1) - During the filming of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show, Spider-Man arrived at Ren and Stimpy's home as the pair had run out of Powdered Toast. Explaining how Powdered Toastman had been mind-controlled and that he was filling, he used his webbing to fulfill their breakfast needs by creating webbing toast, much to Ren and Stimpy's delight. Spider-Man was then called away when the pair of Elasti-Shorts he had borrowed from Powdered Toastman inflated, alerting Spider-Man to some trouble downtown.

When he arrived downtown, the Commissioner told Spider-Man that Powdered Toastman, still under the control of Doctor Dough-Naught, was on a rampage. Spider-Man set out to stop him but after a pitched battle, Powdered Toastman trapped Spider-Man in membrane breading which sealed the wall-crawler in a quick hardening orb. After drawing strength from thoughts of his loved ones, Spider-Man broke free and re-joined the battle.

Spider-Man weakened Powdered Toastman with milk from a nearby truck and was lauding his victory when Doctor Dough-Naught started beating him with a lead pipe. He was saved by the Powdered Toastman, no longer under mind control, and the two heroes took out the villain.

(The Ren & Stimpy Show: Powdered Toast Man Special#1/5 (fb)) - Spider-Man and Powdered Toastman stood over the tied up Doctor Dough-Naught.

(The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6/1) - With the battle over, Ren and Stimpy arrived and Stimpy suggested that Spider-Man and Powdered Toastman form a team. However, Spider-Man felt he outclassed Powdered Toastman and was punched through a wall by Powdered Toastman as proof that Powdered Toastman could beat Spider-Man in a fair fight when he was not mind-controlled.

(The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6/2) - Towards the end of filming for their episode featuring Spider-Man, Ren and Stimpy thanked Spider-Man for appearing on their show and wanted to become Spider-Man's sidekicks but when their "powers" disgusted him, he fled.

(The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6/3) - When Stimpy later answered letters from fans of The Ren & Stimpy Show in his guise of Dr. Stupid, Spider-Man was present when Dr. Stupid was asked if the web-slinger or Powdered Toastman was stronger. Dr. Stupid felt this referred to their odor and not their physical acumen and, after sniffing each hero's armpits, declared Spider-Man the "winner."

Comments: Created by Dan Slott and Mike Kazaleh.

No origin was given in Spider-Man's one issue full appearance (or his one-panel second appearance) but it was presumably similar to that of his Earth-616 counterpart. Additionally, he is presumed to Peter Parker since his Aunt May and wife Mary Jane are mentioned. However, he is never seen without his mask on and he is not referred to as Peter Parker, nor is a last name given for Mary Jane or May. One might argue that he is not Peter Parker but it seems likely that he is. His physical stats are approximated from that of his Earth-616 counterpart. --Proto-Man

Profile by Mike Podgor.

Earth-92157's Spider-Man has no known connections to:

images: (without ads)
The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6, p2, splash page (Spider-Man, main image)
The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6, p9, pan1 (Spider-Man, headshot)
The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6, p3, pan1 (Spider-Man shooting web)
The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6, p3, pans4-5 (Spider-Man's inflating Elasti-Shorts)
The Ren & Stimpy Show: Powdered Toastman Special#1, p31, pan2 (Spider-Man standing)
The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6, p28, pan1 (Spider-Man with MMMS badge)

The Ren & Stimpy Show I#6 (May, 1993) - "Clash of Titans, Break-Fest of Champions" story - Dan Slott (writer), Mike Kazaleh (art), Fabian Nicieza (editor); 2nd unnamed story - uncredited writer, Ken Mitchroney (art), Fabian Nicieza (editor); "Ask Dr. Stupid" story - uncredited writer & artist, Fabian Nicieza (editor)
The Ren & Stimpy Show: Powdered Toastman Special#1 (April, 1994) - "Dr. Dough-Naught's Revenge or 'Ape Misbehavin'" story - Dan Slott (writer), Ty Templeton (pencils, letters), Gary Fields (inks), Mike Lackey, Tim Tuohy (editors)

First Posted: 07/31/2020
Last updated: 07/31/2020

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