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of Earth-5631

Real Name: Peter Parker 

Identity/Class: Alternate reality (Earth-5631) human mutate

Occupation: Adventurer, Avenger, freelance photographer

Group Membership: Avengers (Ares, Black Panther, Black Widow, Luke Cage, Captain America, Dr. Strange, Falcon, Hercules, Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Sentry, Spider-Woman, Wolverine, Wonder Man, Yellowjacket), Daily Bugle (all Earth-5631)

Affiliations: Daredevil, Fantastic Four (Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, the Thing), Guardsmen, Iron Fist, Power Pack (Energizer (Katie Power), Lightspeed (Julie Power), Mass Master (Jack Power), Zero-G (Alex Power)), She-Hulk, Thor, X-Men (Beast, Colossus, Cyclops, Emma Frost, Iceman, Kitty Pryde, Storm) (all Earth-5631)

Enemies: Dr. Octopus, Electro, Green Goblin, Kraven the Hunter, Lizard, Puppet Master (loose), Rudolpho, Sandman, Shocker, Sinister Six (Electro, Lizard, Mysterio, Rhino, Shocker, Vulture), Venom (Eddie Brock), Vulture, briefly the Hulk (all Earth-5631), Kang (Earth-68326)

Known Relatives: Mary Jane (wife), May Parker (aunt), Ben Parker (uncle, deceased) (all Earth-5631)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: New York, USA (Earth-5631)

First Appearance: The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#3 (August, 2006)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man has superhuman strength, speed and reflexes (including equilibrium), as well as enhanced endurance. He has the ability to stick to almost any surface via his fingers and feet. His self-designed web fluid, fired via wrist-mounted web shooters, is strong and highly adhesive; Spider-Man uses this to web up opponents and as trails to swing across the city landscape; the webbing eventually dissolves. Of note is his "spider-sense," which triggers a mental warning when he is in immediate danger. These physical abilities and weapons enhance his excellent fighting skills. He is altruistic with a strong sense of helping others and stopping evil.

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 167 lbs.
Eyes: Hazel
Hair: Brown


(Spider-Man and Power Pack#1/1 (fb) - BTS) - New York-based high school student Peter Parker was bitten by an irradiated spider during a demonstration from which he gained the arachnid's incredible abilities. But a burglar killed his beloved Uncle Ben, and a grief-stricken Parker vowed to use his abilities to help fellow humankind after the invaluable lesson: with great power comes great responsibility.

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#2/1 (fb) - BTS) - When Parker began fighting crime as Spider-Man, he made all his costumes by hand. He faced various dangerous adventures, including getting cloned, growing extra arms and fighting off alien revenge-seeking costumes, but always got past it.

(Fantastic Four and Power Pack#2 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Kraven fought Spider-Man to a standstill.

(The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#3 (fb) - BTS) - Spider-Man joined the Avengers and Captain America made him learn about the Avengers' various foes.

(The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#3) - In New York City, a small team of Avengers joined Spider-Man and and Power Pack fighting advanced armored troops sent by Kang from 10 years in the future (Earth-68326). Kang froze the adult heroes in chronal disruption fields before casually casting Power Pack back to his own time.

(The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#4) - Timing it just seconds later, Power Pack returned from the future armed with the technology to take down Kang, hurling him into the timestream. This freed the Avengers and disabled the armored troops. Spider-Man hoped to go on an adventure with Power Pack but they declined, having been overwhelmed by the battle with Kang.

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1 (fb)) - Trailing the nefarious Venom, Spider-Man stopped him from attacking fashion assistant Rudy. Spider-Man used a sonic blaster supplied by the Fantastic Four's Human Torch to make the Venom symbiote inert. Eddie Brock, the human host, was then incarcerated by Guardsmen law enforcement. Rudy stealthily took the unconscious and now-floppy symbiote.

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#1/1) - After moving to New York with their family, Power Pack chanced upon Sandman robbing a bank at the same time that Spider-Man arrived. A team-up got rid of the villain (and Mass Master quickly gave Spidey his email), although a news report made light of the children teaming up with Spider-Man. Later, Spider-Man followed the elderly Vulture to Glamor Gal Cosmetics, which had discovered an age-reversing formula. Determined for youthful vigor and credibility, Vulture fought Spider-Man; while Vulture escaped with a sample, Spider-Man fell into the vat of chemicals and instantly transformed him into a much younger pre-teen body. Desperate for help, Parker contacted Mass Master for help and met the Power Pack children at their home.

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#2/1) - Parker admitted he should seek help from his trusted super-powered friends, but wasn't ready to fight in his boy body. Julie quickly sewed together several costumes for Parker to try on to boost his confidence, but not one was popular with the children, so they went with a basic Spidey costume with just an eye mask and Parker kept the codename Spider-Man. Together, they patrolled New York and fought the now-young adult Vulture, then the Lizard, Electro, Shocker, Rhino and Mysterio, all in separate victorious encounters. Parker stayed with the Power children but saw the press dubbed them troubling "copycat kids." In costume again, they pursued a giant but disoriented Sandman swallowing beachgoers and blasted him apart. The saltwater negated the effect of the age-reversing chemicals and Parker was returned to full adult size. Parker ran off in his now too-small costume before the public arrived.

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1 (fb) - BTS) - As thanks for their help, Spider-Man left V.I.P. tickets for New York Fashion Week event for the Power children (which he obtained via his supermodel wife Mary Jane).

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1) - Peter Parker met his wife before the fashion parade, where he met fashion designer Rudolpho (secretly Rudy), who had since used the Venom symbiote to make malleable fashion wear. Rudolpho triggered Parker's "spider-sense" warning. Later, Parker took photos of the models, but his presence reawakened the hate-filled Venom, and the Venom-clothes took control of the models and fiercely lashed out at people. Parker quickly changed into Spider-Man and teamed up with Power Pack to eliminate the Venom threat (although a small piece hid on Energizer).

(Spider-Man and Power Pack#4/1) - Spider-Man fought the Sinister Six (Electro, Lizard, Mysterio, Rhino, Shocker, Vulture), but was watched nearby by the Venom-control Energizer. Venom-Energizer attacked and knocked out Spider-Man, who was then tied up and used as bait by the Sinister Six, with Venom-Energizer guiding Power Pack into the trap. But once in the villains' lair, Power Pack fought back and freed Spider-Man, who then joined in the fray. Electro's uncontrolled electrical discharge knocked out the rogues and cleansed the symbiote remnant from Energizer's costume. To celebrate their victory, Spider-Man and Power Pack zipped around the block using their powers.

(Hulk and Power Pack#3) - Identity confusion led to the Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and other heroes confronting the Hulk over recent destructive attacks by a green behemoth (actually the Abomination, who had since been apprehended). The Hulk stood his ground, flanked by his new friends Power Pack.

(Hulk and Power Pack#4) - Power Pack were kept away from danger as the combined might of the assembled heroes could not stop the enraged Hulk, instead angering him further, as the violent brawl dragged out until it was discovered that Energizer could absorb gamma radiation. She neutralized the Hulk and he reverted to the peaceful Bruce Banner, ending the fight.

(Iron Man and Power Pack#3-4) - Puppet Master had crafted many miniature versions of super-powered individuals, including Spider-Man, intending to use them some day to control the real-life versions for his own nefarious ends.

Comments: Spider-Man originally created by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko. Adapted by Marc Sumerak, Chifuyu Sasaki, Gurihiru.

Physical stats are taken from his Earth-616 counterpart.

I think Spider-Man-5631 would have been easy pickings for the Spider-Totem-killing Inheritors from the Spider-Verse storyline, but I hope he's still swinging out there.

Earth-5631 would most likely have been destroyed in the lead up to the multiversal collapse shown in Secret Wars (2015), but has hopefully since been rebirthed.

Profile by Grendel Prime.

Spider-Man of Earth-5631 should be distinguished from:

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The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#3, cover (main image)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1, p12, pan4 (Peter Parker with camera)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#2/1, p7, pan1 (pre-teen outfit)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#2/1, p6, pan1-4 (4 unsuccessful outfits)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1, p6, pan1-4 (swinging kick action)

The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#3 (August, 2006) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
The Avengers and Power Pack Assemble!#4 (September, 2006) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#1/1 (January-April, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#2/1 (January-April, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#3/1 (January-April, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Spider-Man and Power Pack#4/1 (January-April, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Chifuyu Sasaki & Gurihiru (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Hulk and Power Pack#3 (July, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Andy Kuhn (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Hulk and Power Pack#4 (August, 2007) - Marc Sumerak (writer), David Williams (pencils),  Gary Martin (inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Iron Man and Power Pack#3 (March-April, 2008) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Marcelo DiChiara (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Iron Man and Power Pack#4 (March-April, 2008) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Marcelo DiChiara (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Thor and the Warriors Four#1 (June, 2010) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Marcelo DiChiara (pencils & inks), Nathan Cosby (editor)

First posted: 08/07/2022
Last updated: 08/07/2022

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