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Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Alternate reality (Earth-218) human mutate

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: Spider-Army (Arachnido, Jr. of Earth-15349, Ghost-Spider/Gwen Stacy of Earth-65, Ghost Spider/Peter Parker of Earth-11638, Octavia Otto of Earth-1104, Petey/Peter Parker of Earth-91918, 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, the Spider/George Stacy of Earth-91053, 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-Ma'am/May Parker of Earth-3123, Spider-Man of Earth-10182, Spider-Man of Earth-66115, Spider-Man/Hobie Brown of Earth-138, Spider-Man/Miles Morales of Earth-1610, 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-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-33265, Spider-Woman/Ashley Barton of Earth-807128, Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew of Earth-616, Spider-Woman/May Parker of Earth-982, Spiderling/Annie Parker of Earth-18119, the Superior Spider-Man/Otto Octavius of Earth-616, Tarantula/"Peter Parker" of Earth-1610, Web-Slinger/Patrick O'Hara of Earth-31913)

Affiliations: Astro-Spider (John Jameson of Earth-3145), Spider-Army

Enemies: The Hounds of Earth-001 (Chameleon, Fireheart, Green Goblin, Kravinoff, Rhino, Sable, Vulture), the Inheritors of Earth-001 (Bora, Brix, Daemos, Jennix, Solus, Verna, others)

Known Relatives: Ben Parker (uncle), May Parker (aunt), unidentified parents (deceased)

Aliases: "Animatron," "Boy," "Grampa," Charlie Parker, "Pete," "Petey," "Stupid," "Your Friendly Neighborhood Judas Goat"

Base of Operations: Queens, New York, USA

First Appearance: Spider-Force I#1 (December, 2018)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Kid, like many other Spider-totems across the Multiverse, possesses superhuman strength and agility sufficient to perform extremely acrobatic moves and fight hand-to-hand against superhumanly strong opponents. He also has a danger-warning Spider-Sense and can cling to solid surfaces.

In addition to his superhuman powers, Spider-Kid also carries a set of batons that he uses in battle and his mechanical web-shooters can project not only chemical webbing but small flashbang grenades to blind opponents.

Spider-Kid very briefly wore a Web-Watch that allowed him to travel between realities using the Great Web of Life and Destiny.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 4'11")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 85 lbs.)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown


(Spider-Force I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Young Peter Parker's parents died in a plane crash.

(Spider-Force I#2 (fb)) - Left in the custody of his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, Peter overheard their yelling and, fearing his verbally abusive Uncle Ben, he went to his room and put a dresser in front of the door to keep Ben out. Ben soon came for Peter, yelling at Peter to open his door, but Peter stayed on his bed, plugging his ears and closing his eyes.

(Spider-Force I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Taking the name of Charlie, Parker was sent to the Administration for Child Services for two years before being sent to Horizon Juvenile Detention Center for another two years. He eventually ran away from his group home and got an apartment of his own. At some point, he somehow acquired superhuman powers that he used as the vigilante Spider-Kid.

(Spider-Geddon I#3 (fb)) - The now-thirteen-year-old Spider-Kid was observed in the Great Web of Life and Destiny by Earth-44145's Spider-Man (Norman Osborn) using a damaged Cosmic Cube.

(Spider-Force I#1 (fb)) - Charlie was riding his bike when he came upon a drug deal. Unafraid, Charlie snapped photos of the dealer and buyers with his cellphone, prompting them to attack him. Webbing the face of the dealer, Charlie lifted him off the ground and threatened to beat the buyers up before allowing them to go free, stealing their money and figuring their respective individual drug dealers would handle that for him when they showed up empty-handed. He then donned his mask and swung off. Returning home, Spider-Kid saw Earth-807128's Spider-Woman in his apartment and commented on how his Spider-Sense should have alerted him to her presence before firing several web balls at her. Easily dodging his attacks, Spider-Woman suggested Spider-Kid simply takeover the drug dealers' operations rather than steal to pay rent and she also suggested he not reveal his identity to his enemies by masking up in front of them. Quipping back that he wasn't a crook and that no one would ID him since he looked like any other kid from Queens, Spider-Kid demanded to know who Spider-Woman-807128 was and what she wanted. Remarking that she could tell him to return to his group home, Spider-Woman instead hurled a safe at Spider-Kid, who grabbed it, only to be pulled out of the window by the safe's weight. As he fell, Spider-Woman-807128 explained that she was there to recruit Spider-Kid to help save the world but Spider-Kid asked what the world had done for him to warrant him saving it as he lowered the safe to the ground. When Spider-Woman-807128 casually tried to remind him about "great power," Spider-Kid angrily told Spider-Woman never to say that again and she responded by handing him a Web-Watch capable of allowing its wearer to traverse realities. Despite having questions, Spider-Kid reluctantly accepted the Web-Watch and joined the Multiversal Spider-Army against Earth-001's vampiric Inheritors. Spider-Kid then accompanied Spider-Woman-807128 to Earth-616, where they were to meet Earth-616's Scarlet Spider (Kaine) inside the lab of Earth-616's Otto Octavius. Tripping a security trap, Spider-Kid and Spider-Woman were attacked by an Octobot resembling Octavius himself and Spider-Kid was hit by an ink blast. Leaving Spider-Kid in the clutches of the Octobot, Spider-Woman ran off as Spider-Kid freed himself. Before Spider-Kid could destroy the Octobot, Spider-Woman returned and ripped the Octobot in half.

Scarlet Spider then revealed himself and admitted he had neglected to disable Octavius' security systems in his distraction over the death of Earth-833's Spider-UK. Asking if Spider-UK was supposed to be his friend as well, Spider-Kid sarcastically asked if they should do a group hug. Spider-Woman attempted to shush him but Spider-Kid asked what was going on, prompting Scarlet Spider to explain how the vampiric Inheritors of Earth-001 had escaped their imprisonment using Octavius' cloning technology. Spider-Kid then asked if he was dragged all the way to Earth-616 just to hear about the Inheritors and Scarlet Spider replied that they had met there to acquire radiation suits for their impending attack on one of the Inheritors. A surprised Spider-Kid where they were going and Scarlet Spider began to explain before being interrupted by the arrival of Earth-616's Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew. Despite demanding to know who everyone was, Spider-Kid was soon transported to the radioactive Earth-3145 with his three new allies and almost immediately on arrival, their Web-Watch devices were disabled by Scarlet Spider to ensure that the Inheritor Verna did not escape Earth-3145 using their Web-Watches. When Spider-Kid was shocked at the sight of the destroyed Earth-3145, Spider-Woman-807128 informed him of how Earth-3145 had been destroyed by a nuclear device detonated by that reality's Otto Octavius after Earth-3145's Ben Parker quit as Spider-Man. Remarking on how awful Ben Parker was in that reality as well, Spider-Kid was asked about his comments but he only sarcastically elaborated by saying his parents died in a plane crash and his life had been a "party" ever since. Finding no sign of Verna, the three Spider-totems' Spider-Senses soon went off and they were attacked by Earth-3145's Astro-Spider.

(Spider-Force I#2) - Dodging Astro-Spider's webbing, Spider-Kid fired two flashbang grenades from his web-shooters, hoping to blind Astro-Spider, but Astro-Spider was unfazed due to the anti-glare lenses on his space helmet. Scarlet Spider eventually the telepathic Astro-Spider to glimpse into their minds in order to prove they were not his enemies and when Astro-Spider did so, he caught a glimpse of Spider-Kid's abusive childhood. Reliving memories of his Uncle Ben, Spider-Kid demanded Astro-Spider get out of his head and leaped to attack Astro-Spider, who deflected the attack with a psi-web shield and apologized for prying. Not knowing a John Jameson in his own reality, Spider-Kid remarked that any friend of his skeevy uncle could rot in Hell and demanded to know why he was chosen for this mission. Spider-Woman-807128 replied that he was chosen because he earlier grabbed the safe and fell with it rather than let it harm someone. She then said Spider-Kid was Peter Parker no matter what he called himself and whispered that Spider-Kid should use his identity as Peter Parker to convince John Jameson, who trusted Earth-3145's deceased Peter Parker, into helping them against Verna. Astro-Spider commented that he couldn't help them, as he was responsible for the last of humanity in space, but when he received an alert from his space station about an attack from Verna, Astro-Spider ordered Spider-Kid, both Spider-Women and Scarlet Spider off his ship. The foursome again attempted to convince Astro-Spider to help them, reminding him that Verna would the remaining humans in space if he didn't help them stop her. Finally agreeing to help, Astro-Spider had the Spider-Army squad split into two teams, with Spider-Kid and Spider-Woman-807128 tasked with getting to the space station's airlock while Scarlet Spider and Spider-Woman-616 went towards the ops center. Once separated, Spider-Woman-616 accused Scarlet Spider of only bringing Spider-Kid along as bait for Verna while the unaware Spider-Kid and Spider-Woman-807128 were cut loose from Astro-Spider's psi-web to accomplish their mission.

Unable to maintain his balance in zero gravity, Spider-Kid was asked by Spider-Woman-807128 what had happened in his past with Uncle Ben, admitting the murders she had committed in her childhood as a way of trying to bond with Spider-Kid. Unwilling to open up, Spider-Kid commented that Spider-Woman-807128 would not get absolution for her past murders from him and assured her he was not the Peter Parker she knew growing up. He then realized he was there to act as bait for Verna and admitted that the realization didn't do wonders for his self-esteem, suggesting they skip the bonding session and get on with their mission. Spider-Kid then activated the airlock, unaware that it had been booby-trapped, causing an explosion.

(Spider-Force I#3) - As they watched part of the space station explode from the relative safety of an escape pod, Spider-Kid instinctively held his breath, worried about breathing in the possible vacuum following the explosion, but Spider-Woman-807128 ordered him to breathe so his lungs wouldn't explode. Spider-Woman-807128 then commented to Spider-Kid that Verna must have booby-trapped the space station's airlocks. The two then ventured into the space station itself, where Spider-Kid asked if they could act like the hugging and panic over the exploding airlock could be forgotten. Mostly ignoring Spider-Kid's comments, Spider-Woman-807128 warned Spider-Kid that if they encountered Verna, he shouldn't let Verna touch him or risk her fatally draining his life force. Spider-Kid soon became distracted upon seeing ash outside the station window and noticed a shuttle heading towards Earth. As Spider-Kid wondered if they had missed a meeting with Astro-Spider, Verna attacked the duo and Spider-Woman-807128 ordered Spider-Kid back into the escape pod. The two then departed in the escape pod and docked with Astro-Spider's shuttle, finding only Scarlet Spider and Spider-Woman-616 inside. Formulating a trap for the pursuing Verna, Spider-Kid suggested he act as bait for Verna in Earth's subway tunnels, where they could use Astro-Spider's technology to track the Solus crystal Verna possessed as she neared them..

The foursome then ventured to Earth and into subway tunnels, where Scarlet Spider announced his plan to destroy both Verna and the Solus crystal upon their arrival. Scarlet Spider then ordered the others to take his working Web-Watch once he perished fighting Verna. Spider-Kid remained there as bait as Spider-Woman-616 rushed off to acquire Scarlet Spider's Web-Watch herself in order to return to his son on Earth-616. When Verna's Hounds arrived and attacked the foursome, Scarlet Spider ordered them all to put on their radiation suits and, after doing so, Spider-Kid engaged the Hound Vulture in battle, only for his suit to get ripped open. Scarlet Spider then ordered Spider-Kid and the two Spider-Women to get out of the subway as Verna approached. Spider-Kid then accompanied the two Spider-Women above ground but Spider-Kid questioned whether they should leave Scarlet Spider alone to die against Verna.

(Spider-Force I#1) - Ultimately ignoring Scarlet Spider's orders, Spider-Kid and Spider-Woman-807128 returned to the abandoned subway tunnels and flooded the tunnels with radioactive water to take out Verna's Hounds. Spider-Kid and Spider-Woman-807128 then pulled Scarlet Spider back above ground, where they regrouped with Spider-Woman-616, who informed them that the fifteen minutes of protection provided by their damaged radiation suits was up and they needed to get to a fallout shelter.

(Spider-Force I#3) - Knowing Scarlet Spider's damaged radiation suit would not protect long enough for Kaine to get his Web-Watch, Spider-Woman-616 again ordered Scarlet Spider, Spider-Woman-807128 and Spider-Kid to get to the fallout shelter at the former Sims Tower while she returned to the shuttle to get the Web-Watch.

(Spider-Geddon I#4 - BTS) - After Spider-Woman-616 was transported back to Earth-616, where the Inheritors stole and used the Solus crystal to restore Solus, the rest of the Spider-Army assumed Spider-Kid, Scarlet Spider and the two Spider-Women had failed in their mission.

(Spider-Geddon I#5 (fb) - BTS) - Spider-Kid, Spider-Woman-807128 and Scarlet Spider-616 were rescued from Earth-3145 under unrevealed circumstances.

(Spider-Geddon I#5) - Spider-Kid and his allies joined up with another squad of the Spider-Army led by Earth-616's Spider-Man and they teleported to Earth-616 in time to assist the rest of the Spider-Army against the Inheritors. When Earth-1610's Enigma Force-empowered Spider-Man took the fight directly to Solus, Spider-Kid joined the rest of the Spider-Army in dogpiling onto Solus. Following the Inheritors' defeat, Spider-Kid entered a portal back to his home reality.

Comments: Created by Priest, Paulo Siqueira, Oren Junior and Craig Yeung.

Spider-Kid is not mentioned by name in Spider-Geddon I#4 but his team is mentioned so it would still be a BTS appearance of him.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-218's Spider-Kid
should be distinguished from:

Ben Parker

Ben Parker was Peter Parker's verbally abusive uncle who obtained custody of Peter following the death of his parents in a plane crash. Ben often yelled and screamed at his wife May, causing Peter to hide in his room. During one such argument, Ben demanded Peter come out of his room but Peter blocked the door with a dresser and covered his ears in fear. Peter was eventually taken away from Ben and May and placed in two different juvenile group homes before running away and taking the alias of Charlie Parker. Ben continued to live his life after Peter became the heroic Spider-Kid.
--Spider-Force I#1 - BTS (#2 (fb), #1 - BTS,

May Parker

May Parker was the aunt of Peter Parker and was often the brunt of verbal abuse at the hands of her husband Ben.

--Spider-Force I#2 (fb)

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Spider-Force I#1, p13, pan1 (main image)
Spider-Force I#1, p6, pan4 (unmasked headshot)
Spider-Geddon I#3, p20, pan3 (seen in the Great Web of Life & Destiny)
Spider-Force I#1, front cover (jumping with batons)
Spider-Force I#1, p17, pan1 (in radiation suit)
Spider-Geddon I#2, InHyuk Lee variant cover (masked headshot)
Spider-Geddon I#5, p19-20, pan1 (web-swinging)
Spider-Force I#2, p9, pan1 (Ben & May Parker images)

Spider-Force I#1 (December, 2018) - Priest (writer), Paulo Siqueira (pencils), Oren Junior, Craig Yeung (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Force I#2 (January, 2019) - Priest (writer), Paulo Siqueira, Marcelo Ferreira (pencils), Szymon Kudranski (pencils, inks), Oren Junior, Roberto Poggi (inks), 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-Force I#3 (February, 2019) - Priest (writer), Marcelo Ferreira (pencils), Ibraim Roberson (pencils, inks), Roberto Poggi, Craig Yeung (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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