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Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Alternate reality (Earth-91918) human mutate (presumably - see comments)

Occupation: Adventurer, social media influencer

Group Membership: Formerly the Spider-Army (Arachnido, Jr. of Earth-15349, Captain Spider/"Flash" Thompson of Earth-78127, Ghost-Spider/Gwen Stacy of Earth-65, Ghost Spider/Peter Parker of Earth-11638, Octavia Otto of Earth-1104, Savage Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-83043, Scarlet Spider/Ben Reilly of Earth-616, Scarlet Spider/Kaine Parker of Earth-616, Silk/Cindy Moon of Earth-616, Sp//dr/Peni Parker of Earth-14512, the Spider/George Stacy of Earth-91053, Spider-Ben/Ben Parker, Spider-Byte/Margo of Earth-22191, Spider-Cop of Earth-19119, Spider-Girl/Anya Corazon of Earth-616, Spider-Ham/Peter Porker of Earth-8311, Spider-Horse/Widow of Earth-31913, Spider-Kid/Peter Parker of Earth-218, Spider-Ma'am/May Parker of Earth-3123, Spider-Man of Earth-66115, Spider-Man/Hobie Brown of Earth-138, Spider-Man/Miles Morales of Earth-1610, Spider-Man/Norman Osborn of Earth-44145, Spider-Man/Pavitr Prabhakar of Earth-50101, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-616, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-1048, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-2301, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-11126, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-18119, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-120703, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-199999, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-751263, Spider-Man 2099/Miguel O'Hara of Earth-928, Spider-Woman of Earth-32265, Spider-Woman/May Parker of Earth-982, Spiderling/Annie Parker of Earth-18119, Spiders-Man/"Peter Parker" of Earth-11580, Spinneret/Mary Jane Watson-Parker of Earth-18119, Tarantula/"Peter Parker" of Earth-1610, Web-Slinger/Patrick O'Hara of Earth-31913, numerous others)

Affiliations: May Parker, Spider-Ben (Ben Parker), the Spider-Army

Enemies: Jameson, the Inheritors of Earth-001 (Bora, Brix, Daemos, Jennix, Solus), Kraven, Mysterio, Wrecker (Jose Davide Juan)

Known Relatives: Richard Parker (father, deceased), Mary Parker (mother, deceased), Ben Parker (Spider-Ben, uncle), May Parker (aunt, deceased)

Aliases: Spider-Man, "Spider-Pete," Spider Pete FTW (online screenname), "T-Bird"

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

First Appearance: Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (September, 2018)

Powers/Abilities: Like many other Spider-totems throughout the Multiverse, Earth-91918's Petey had superhuman strength (sufficient to lift a car over his head) and agility and equilibrium, allowing for superhuman leaps and acts of gymnastic skill and balance.

He was also able to cling to solid surfaces and had a danger-warning Spider-Sense.

Petey was also seen projecting webbing. Whether this webbing is a chemical compound projected from mechanical web-shooter or if the webbing is organic was not revealed.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 4'5")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 70 lbs.)
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Light brown


(Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb) - BTS) - When Peter Parker's parents died, he was left in the responsibility of his Uncle Ben and Aunt May.

(Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)) - As the thirteen-year-old, costumed Spider-Man, young Peter Parker posted videos on himself in action on social media as "Spider Pete FTW." After harassing Jameson, host of the daytime news show Up!, by webbing him up live on television, Peter accompanied his Aunt May and Uncle Ben to Ben's doctor's appointment, where Peter sat out in the lobby laughing at the video he had posted. Following the appointment, Peter joined Ben to a trip to Ben's pharmacy and Peter was told to wait outside while Ben filled his prescription. Groaning that he had to wait outside, Peter soon became bored and decided to don his Spider-Man and showboat a bit. When Ben returned from the pharmacy, he found Peter gone, unaware Peter was showboating on top of a Jameson billboard. Peter continued posing ridiculously atop the billboard until his Spider-Sense went off, alerting him to a danger posed to Ben. A shocked Peter soon heard gunshots and he rushed to Ben, finding him shot. Thinking quickly, Peter gave Ben a life-saving blood transfusion. As Spider-Man, Peter later battled the Wrecker, who was attacking a construction site, and when he downed the Wrecker, Spider-Man posed atop the fallen Wrecker and took photos of himself for social media. When the Wrecker insulted Spider-Man in Spanish, Spider-Man revealed that he understood every word of the Wrecker's insults but as Spider-Man talked, the Wrecker activated an electrical device and shocked Spider-Man. Having been secretly empowered by the blood transfusion from Peter, Ben Parker then came to Peter's rescue. Upon seeing Ben in action, Spider-Man became extremely excited and the duo later learned that the Wrecker had only been attacking the construction site to stop Oscorp from stealing his family's property to build a new Starkbucks. Spider-Man admitted that the situation was sad but that the Wrecker could have hurt someone by toppling a building. When Ben asked Peter what would have happened if Peter had gotten hurt, Peter replied that Spider-Man had given Ben the second chance his parents never got and he reminded Ben that no one knew how much time they had in life just that they can do the right thing in the right now. He then suggested they do good together and Ben agreed to assist Spider-Man in crimefighting.

Not long after, Peter and Ben battled Mysterio, during which Peter asked which of them got to use the codename of Spider-Man. Ben chuckled and later reminded Peter that he was only thirteen. When Peter replied that it didn't matter, as he could lift a car over his head, Ben explained that strength did not make a man. As they departed their lunch, Peter suggested they compromise by calling themselves "Spider-Ben" and "Spider-Pete," respectively. Ben shot down the idea, remarking that calling themselves that would be practically giving away their identities. Peter argued that, for all the public knew, they were radio DJs Jimster and T-Bird under their masks and he later commented that there had to be millions of Bens and Peters in the world. When Ben questioned if there were millions in New York City, Peter quipped that the public didn't know they didn't commute from Jersey.

Later, during a battle against Kraven, who buried Ben alive in an attempt to replace him as Spider-Man, Peter was drugged and he stumbled into the room where a revived Ben was mercilessly beating Kraven, scared of what was happening to him. Ben halted his attack and told Peter he was done crimefighting, feeling as if it was too dangerous and May needed Peter. Peter argued until he saw what Ben had done to Kraven. Horrified, Peter picked up Kraven, much to the surprise of Ben, and carried Kraven to the nearest hospital to save his life. That night, Ben confronted Peter in his room and admitted he was proud of Peter. Peter grimly responded that no matter how scared he might get, he would never do what Ben had done to Kraven. Before Ben could respond, Peter asked Ben not to say he was too young and he remarked that he had almost lost Ben once and warned against losing Ben again that way. Ben replied that he had Peter to make sure he wouldn't lose control again, prompting Peter to smile.

(Spider-Geddon I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Eventually deciding on the codenames of Petey and Spider-Ben, respectively, both Peter and Ben were recruited into the Multiversal Spider-Army against Earth-001's vampiric Inheritors.

(Spider-Geddon I#3) - While several of the Spider-Army were discussing recruiting Earth-616's Peter Parker, Petey chimed in, reminding them that he was a younger, more awesome Peter Parker. Spider-Ben responded, asking the Spider-Army to ignore his overexcited nephew and claiming that Petey got that excitement from his aunt. Petey later accompanied the Spider-Army in trying to infiltrate the Inheritors' Earth-001 headquarters but the Inheritors discovered the Spider-Army and attacked, forcing the Spider-Army to scatter. When Earth-616 Otto Octavius arrived with his squad of the Spider-Army to rescue Petey's group, Petey was scooped up by Earth-18119's Spinnerette and brought aboard the Earth-51778 robot Leopardon alongside Ben and the other Spider-Army members. Once safe, Spinnerette checked on Petey.

(Spider-Geddon I#4) - Petey was still present inside Leopardon, hanging upside down from a webline, as other members of the Spider-Army discussed the resurrection of the Inheritor patriarch Solus. He was also present when the Spider-Army kicked Earth-44145's Spider-Man (Norman Osborn) and Earth-11580's Spiders-Man out of the group and he remained as the rest of the Spider-Army planned their next move against the Inheritors.

(Spider-Geddon I#5) - Petey joined the Spider-Army against the Inheritors, battling the younger Inheritors while Earth-1610's Spider-Man focused on Solus. During the battle, Petey managed to avoid attacks from the Inheritor Jennix until reinforcements arrived and he subsequently joined in a massive dogpile on Solus. Once Solus and the other Inheritors were defeated, Petey entered a portal to return to his home reality.

(Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Petey died and Ben never told May of Peter's dual identity before she also died.

(Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 - BTS) - A long time after Petey's death, Spider-Ben stopped at Stacy's bar and recounted his origin, his adventures with Petey and he desire to keep crimefighting to the bartender George. After finishing his story, Ben disconnected the phone charger the bartender had let him use and pulled a photo of Peter and himself.

Comments: Created by Jason Latour, Tonci Zonjic and Brahm Revel.

I could not for the life of me find any mention of how Peter acquired his superhuman powers in his appearance. One can presume it was from a radioactive spider bite, like many other Peter Parker counterparts.

Some online sources list War of the Realms: Journey into Mystery#1 as a BTS appearance of Petey but he is not mentioned by name anywhere in the issue that I could tell. The closest we get is Miles Morales mentioning some of the Spider-totems in the Multiverse and saying there was a Spider-grandfather with his Spider-grandson. While Morales could've been making a joke at the expense of Petey & Spider-Ben, Petey & Spider-Ben's relationship was that of nephew and uncle, not grandson and grandfather, and for all we know, Miles had encountered grandson and grandfather Spider-totems at some point. Without further information on Miles' comment, I'm not including that as a BTS appearance of Petey as it relates to this profile.

Mysterio was never actually identified by name but based on the look, it seems to obviously be a counterpart to Mysterio, but I guess one could argue that Mysterio might've used a different alias on Earth-91918. Some online sources even list this Mysterio as being Quentin Beck but there is no indication of who is under the fishbowl helmet. It could be anyone on Earth-91918.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-91918's Petey
should be distinguished from:


Jameson was the host of a daytime news show called Up! that Petey enjoyed harassing. During a live taping of one of the shows, Peter (as Spider-Man) interrupted the show and webbed Jameson to his desk. As Jameson exclaimed what a menace Spider-Man was, Spider-Man filmed himself grabbing Jameson's coffee cup and posted the video online. Spider-Man later showboated, posing ridiculously atop a billboard advertising Jameson's show.

Jameson was only seen on billboards or in a video.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)


The "Jimster" was a radio personality who had billboards of his show, in which he was teamed with his partner "T-Bird," posted around New York City. While Peter and Ben Parker discussed who got to use the Spider-Man alias and what they might call themselves, Peter suggested "Spider-Ben" and "Spider-Pete," prompting Ben to turn down that suggestion to protect their identities. Peter replied that even if they were called that, they could be Jimster and T-Bird under their masks for all the public knew. Later, Peter took a photo of Ben and himself with his cellphone and wrote "Jimster & T-Bird" on the photo.

Jimster was only seen on a billboard.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)


Mysterio was a foe of Ben and Peter Parker. During one battle with the two heroes, Mysterio was attacking while the two heroes discussed who would get the use the alias of Spider-Man.

Mysterio appeared to be much the same as his Earth-616 counterpart.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)


Oscorp was a corrupt business company that stole (legally or not) property and built new business atop old neighborhoods and homes. When Oscorp stole the property belonging to Jose Davide Juan in an effort to transform into his neighborhood into a new Starkbucks, Juan donned a heavily armored costume to attack Oscorp's construction site as the Wrecker.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb) - BTS

George Stacy

George Stacy was the bartender/proprietor of Stacy's bar, where he heard many things about the two Spider-Men, Ben and Peter Parker. A long time after Peter died, George happened to be bartending when Ben came into the bar and webbed a criminal to the bar/barstool. George then began talking to Ben, who recounted his origin, his past adventures with Peter, Peter's death and the desire he had to keep on fighting in Peter's memory.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb) - BTS (#3,


Starkbucks was a business that the Oscorp company intended to build atop the ruins of a neighborhood which land Oscorp had purchased.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb) - BTS


"T-Bird" was a radio personality who had billboards of his show, in which he was partnered with "Jimster," posted around New York City. While Peter and Ben Parker discussed who got to use the Spider-Man alias and what they might call themselves, Peter suggested "Spider-Ben" and "Spider-Pete," prompting Ben to turn down that suggestion to protect their identities. Peter replied that even if they were called that, they could be Jimster and T-Bird under their masks for all the public knew. Later, Peter took a photo of Ben and himself with his cellphone and wrote "Jimster & T-Bird" on the photo.

T-Bird was only (barely) seen on a billboard.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)


Jose Davide Juan was an older Hispanic man displaced when his property was stolen by Oscorp in an attempt to turn the neighborhood into a new Starkbucks. Donning a heavily armored costume and weaponry, the Wrecker attacked Oscorp's construction site, threatening to topple the entire building and drawing the attention of the young Spider-Man, Peter Parker. Spider-Man quickly downed the Wrecker and posed for a selfie with the fallen villain for social media, a distraction Wrecker took advantage of to shock Spider-Man. Seeing his nephew in danger, Ben Parker donned a red facemask and came to Spider-Man's rescue, beating the Wrecker several times. The Wrecker was then arrested and during the later news report of the Wrecker's arrest, Ben discovered that the Wrecker was simply protecting him neighborhood. Peter reminded Ben that while that was terrible that Juan's property was stolen, he was still endangering lives by threatening to topple a building.

The Wrecker wore a heavily-armored costume equipped with large forks (similar to what is on a forklift) attached to his back/shoulders, a large crowbar on one of his arms and a small electrical device that could deliver electric shocks. His entire exoskeleton resembled a sort of engine that likely powered his device and he also had wheels attached to his back.

--Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (fb)

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Spider-Geddon I#3, p6-7, pan1 (main image)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p4, pan1 (in civilian clothing)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, Hamner variant cover (crouching)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p9, pan5 (excited)
Spider-Geddon I#2, InHyuk Lee variant cover (Spider-Ben's shoulders)
Spider-Geddon I#3, front cover (jump-kicking)
Spider-Geddon I#5, p8, pan1 (jumping into action)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p2, pan4 (Jameson)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p11, pan15 (Jimster & T-Bird images)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p11, pan1 (Mysterio)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p12, pan5 (George Stacy)
Edge of Spider-Geddon#3, p7, pan5 (Wrecker)

Edge of Spider-Geddon#3 (September, 2018) - Jason Latour (writer), Tonci Zonjic (breakdowns, finishes), Brahm Revel (finishes), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Geddon I#3 (January, 2019) - Christos Gage (writer), Carlo Barberi (pencils), Todd Nauck (pencils, inks), Jose Marzan, Jr. (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Geddon I#4 (January, 2019) - Christos Gage (writer), Jorge Molina, Carlo Barberi (pencils), Jay Leisten, Jose Marzan, Jr. (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Geddon I#5 (February, 2019) - Christos Gage (writer), Jorge Molina, Carlo Barberi (pencils), Stefano Caselli, Joey Vazquez (pencils, inks), Jay Leisten, Jose Marzan, Jr. (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)

First posted08/01/2022
Last updated: 08/01/2022

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