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Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Alternate reality (Earth-67) human mutate

Occupation: Adventurer, freelance photographer

Group Membership: The Daily Bugle staff (Betty Brant, J.J. Jameson, others);
    formerly Web-Warriors (Black Widow/Jessica Drew of Earth-1610, Mini-Spider-Man of Earth-15312, Spider-Horse/Widow of Earth-31913, Spider-Man of Earth-66115, Spider-Man/Miles Morales of Earth-1610, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-12041, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-99062, Spider-Mobile/Peter Parkedcar of Earth-53931, Web-Slinger/Patrick O'Hara of Earth-31913)

Affiliations: The Daily Bugle staff, Master Weaver (Karn of Earth-001), Spider-Army (Doppelganger of Reality-616, Lady Spider/May Reilly of Earth-803, Octo-Spidey/Peter Parker of Earth-11983, Silk/Cindy Moon of Earth-616, Sp//dr/Peni Parker of Earth-14512, "Spider the Hunter" of Earth-51209, "Spider-Fist" of Earth-19156, Spider-Girl/Anya Corazan of Earth-616, Spider-Girl/May Parker of Earth-982, Spider-Ham/Peter Porker of Earth-8311, "Spider-Man" of Earth-15151, "Spider-Man" of Earth-51142, Spider-Man/Ben Parker of Earth-3145, Spider-Man/Hobie Brown of Earth-138, Spider-Man/Hulk of Earth-200527, Spider-Man/Pavitr Prabhakar of Earth-50101, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-616, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-7122, Spider-Man/Peter Parker of Earth-90266, Spider-Man/Takuya Yamashiro of Earth-51778, Spider-Man 2099/Miguel O'Hara of Earth-928, Spider-Man J/Sho Amano of Earth-7041, "Spider-Pool" of Earth-96250, Spider-Woman/Ashley Barton of Earth-807128, Spider-Woman/Gwen Stacy of Earth-65, Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew of Earth-616, the Superior Spider-Man/Otto Octavius of Earth-616, Spider-UK/Billy Braddock of Earth-833, numerous others), Spider-Man 2099 (an alternate reality Miguel O'Hara), Web-Warriors

Enemies: Dr. Noah Boddy, Charles Cameo, Electro, Green Goblin, the Inheritors of Earth-001 (Bora, Brix, Daemos, Jennix, Morlun, Verna), Mysterio, Scorpion, Vulture

Known Relatives: Ben (uncle, deceased), May (aunt)

Aliases: "Compadre," "Daddy-O," "Web-Brain"

Base of Operations: Earth-67

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man III#9 (January, 2015)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man has superhuman agility, allowing him to do whatever most spiders can and move quick, like a "streak of light."

He can also project webbing, likely a chemical webbing fired from mechanical web-shooters, which can he can swing from a thread of.

Spider-Man also has notable ventriloquism skills, allowing him to throw his voice well enough to trick supervillains into fighting amongst one another.

While he has yet to display these abilities, he likely also possesses other powers similar to most Spider-totems, including superhuman strength, the ability to cling to solid surfaces and a danger-warning Spider-Sense.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 5'10")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 167 lbs.)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown


(Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 (fb) - BTS) - Peter Parker was active as the heroic Spider-Man, although his Uncle Ben was murdered after Spider-Man failed to act in time.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#11 (fb) - BTS) - Peter Parker became a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle.

(Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, criminals such as Charles Cameo and Mysterio impersonated Spider-Man. During one adventure, Spider-Man met a group of spider-people from another planet with what he considered ugly costumes. In another, he fought an assemblage of super criminals that he beat by turning them against one another using ventriloquism.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#9/2) - Spider-Man was seen waving in the Great Web of Life and Destiny as the Earth-001's Inheritors prepared for their feast.

(Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 (fb) - BTS) - After the invisible Dr. Noah Boddy escaped prison, freeing several other super villains in the process, Spider-Man took it upon himself to recapture the escaped criminals.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#11) - When Earth-1610's Spider-Man (Miles Morales) and Earth-12041's Spider-Man (Peter Parker) arrived on Earth-67, a bystander noticed the Spider-Men swinging through the air and, thinking there were now two Spider-Men in existence, immediately phoned the Daily Bugle. Upon hearing the news, the Daily Bugle's J.J. Jameson ordered his secretary Ms. Brant to summon Peter Parker. Arriving moments later, Parker asked what was up and an enraged Jameson demanded photos of Spider-Men, unaware that the two alternate reality Spider-Men were watching the situation from the window outside.

(Spider-Verse Team-Up#2) - Ordering Parker to pay attention, Jameson explained that the Bugle had received reports of two Spider-Men swinging around making spectacles of themselves. Surprised to hear about two other Spider-Men, Parker reminded Jameson that criminals had impersonated Spider-Man before but Jameson dismissed Parker's comments, claiming that Spider-Man had finally gathered together a gang of criminals to terrorize the city and ordering Parker to get him photographic proof. After departing the Daily Bugle and changing into his costume, Parker set out to investigate the claims as Spider-Man. Almost immediately swinging into the two Spider-Men, the surprised Spider-Man remarked that, while he didn't know if the two Spider-Men were impostors like Charles Cameo or Mysterio, the two had gotten the costumes wrong and neglected to think that even Spider-Man couldn't be in two places at the same time. Spider-Man then ordered the two alternate reality Spider-Men to unmask and surrender or risk doing things the hard way and getting webbed up. When Spider-Man-12041 attempted to talk 1960s lingo to Spider-Man, he assumed they were fighting words and created a large web net to cover Spider-Man-12041, who commented that the net was a blanket given its size. Miles Morales quickly threw his hands up in an effort to assure Spider-Man they were not criminals and informed Spider-Man that they were actually from other dimensions. Immediately believing Miles' story, Spider-Man revealed that he had once encountered extraterrestrial spider-people with ugly costumes and quipped that Miles might be overdoing it with the webs on his costume. Miles then explained how the vampiric Earth-001 Inheritors were traversing realities killing any Spider-Men they found and asked if Earth-67's Spider-Man (whom Miles called "compadre") would join them. When Spider-Man didn't understand Miles' Spanish, Spider-Man-12041 broke the fourth wall to inform "readers" that Spider-Man was a "babe in the woods," prompting Spider-Man to ask who Spider-Man-12041 was talking to. Miles responded by saying he felt even Spider-Man-12041 didn't know and Spider-Man admitted that he would love to assist against the Inheritors but could not leave his mission to recapture Dr. Noah Boddy unfinished. Spider-Man-12041 immediately started laughing at the name "Dr. Noah Boddy" and Spider-Man insisted that he was being serious.

   Before any more back and forth exchanges could be made, however, the escaped villains appeared and attacked the three Spider-Men. The trio quickly fought back but were downed by Dr. Noah Boddy using his Uranium-powered Futuro-Rifle. Before the criminals could kill the three Spider-Men, however, they began fighting amongst themselves over who would rule the underworld with Spider-Man out of the picture. Slowly recovering, Spider-Man informed Miles and Spider-Man-12041 how he'd once beaten the criminals using ventriloquism. When Miles reminded them of the life-and-death seriousness of the situation, Spider-Man admitted he knew all about death after losing his Uncle Ben. Apologizing for treating Earth-67's Spider-Man like an amateur, Miles came up with a plan to stop the criminals. Moments later, Spider-Man-12041 webbed Green Goblin's leg and when the Goblin tripped, causing Dr. Boddy to think he was being attacked, Miles took advantage of the distraction to zap Dr. Boddy with a venom blast, allowing Spider-Man-67 and Spider-Man-12041 to take out Vulture and Electro with a punch each. With the criminals defeated and webbed up for the police, Spider-Man agreed to accompany Miles and Spider-Man-12041 against the Inheritors but commented that he'd like to like his Aunt May, Betty Brant and Jameson know that he would be out of town for awhile. In order to save time, Spider-Man-12041 unmasked with the intent on posing as Peter Parker with the Daily Bugle but Peter Parker-67 was shocked at Parker-12041's appearance, asking if he really walked around like that. Nonetheless, Peter Parker agreed to let Spider-Man-12041 impersonate him.

   Soon after telling his Aunt May he would be out of town on a school trip, Spider-Man regrouped with the other two Spider-Men and asked how things went at the Daily Bugle. Spider-Man-12041 remarked that Jameson didn't even notice, other than calling Peter-12041 a hippie and telling him to get a haircut. When Miles admitted his wishes that he could've helped and unmasked, remarking that it might be hard to convince others he was Peter Parker, Spider-Man-67 was shocked that Miles was only a high school aged kid and admitted he had thought Miles to be older. Spider-Man then complimented Miles on really knowing his stuff and Miles smiled, suggesting they get moving to save the Multiverse.

(Secret Wars: Official Guide to the Marvel Multiverse - Spider-Verse entry - BTS) - Spider-Man remained with Spider-Man-1610 and Spider-Man-12041 as they recruited increasingly more bizarre allies into their so-called Web-Warriors group.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#12) - Spider-Man was with the Web-Warriors as they outran pursuing helicopters in the sentient Spider-Mobile of Earth-53931. As they frantically rode up the side of a building, Spider-Man nearly fell out of the Spider-Mobile as Spider-Man-1610 reported back on his recruitment mission to Earth-616's Spider-Man. After reporting on the successful recruitment drive, Spider-Man-1610, Spider-Man-67 and the other Web-Warriors disappeared into a portal leading to another reality.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#13) - Spider-Man remained in the sentient Spider-Mobile as they traversed the Multiverse. During one trip in between realities, Spider-Man witnessed Spider-Man-1610 receive a communication from Spider-Man-616 regarding Black Widow-1610 being stuck on Earth-001. Spider-Man-1610 assured Spider-Man-616 that the Web-Warriors would swing by and pick up Black Widow-1610.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#14) - After retrieving Black Widow and a few more recruits, Spider-Man-67 and the other Web-Warriors emerged from a portal to reinforce the Multiversal Spider-Army against the Inheritors, helping to turn the tide against the vampires.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#15) - Following the defeat of the Inheritors, Earth-67's Spider-Man was present among the other Web-Warriors and Spider-Army members as portals were opened to send them back to their home realities. Soon after, a portal was opened to Earth-67 and Spider-Man entered it, agreeing with Spider-Man-50101 that the adventure was "a great big bang up."

(The Clone Conspiracy#2 - BTS) - While battling Earth-616's Spider-Man, Earth-616's cloned Doctor Octopus announced that he recalled the memories created during his time in Spider-Man-616's body, including teaming with Multiversal Spider-totems such as Earth-67's Spider-Man and numerous others against the Inheritors.

(Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated film) - After learning of the existence of the Multiverse, a counterpart of Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O'Hara) decided to visit Earth-67 and Earth-67's Spider-Man witnessed the Spider-Man 2099 counterpart appear in his reality. Pointing at Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Man-67 demanded to know who Spider-Man 2099 was and Spider-Man 2099 tried to explain himself but the two got into a back and forth argument over how it was not polite to point, with neither obtaining the information they needed to discern who was who.

Comments: Created by Dan Slott, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Cam Smith.

To clarify, Earth-67's Spider-Man is NOT the same Spider-Man from the 1960s Spider-Man cartoon. That would be Earth-6799's Spider-Man. Earth-67 is a reality that shares a LOT of similarities with Earth-6799 (and also Earth-3015, for that matter) but Earth-67 and Earth-6799 are two different realities.

The Clone Conspiracy#2 is listed in some online sources as an appearance of Earth-67's Spider-Man but on the page showing various Multiversal Spider-Men, the cartoonish looking Spider-Man has all of the webs on his costume, suggesting this Spider-Man is actually Earth-12041's Spider-Man, not Earth-67's, who is missing webbing in key places on the costume. There are two Spider-Men in that image that are shadowed though so I'm going with one of those shadowed ones being Earth-67's Spider-Man for the purposes of this profile.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-67's Spider-Man
should be distinguished from:


Ben was Peter Parker's uncle who was murdered when Spider-Man failed to act in time.

--Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 (fb) - BTS


May was Peter Parker's aunt who somewhat doted on him. When Spider-Man was recruited by Earth-1610's Spider-Man and Earth-12041's Spider-Man to aid against the Earth-001 Inheritors, Spider-Man-67 suggested he let May know he would be away for awhile. He then visited May and claimed he would be away on a school trip so she wouldn't worry about him.

--Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 - BTS

images: (without ads)
Spider-Verse Team-Up#2, p2, splash page (Spider-Man web-swinging, main image)
Spider-Verse Team-Up#2, p9, pan4 (unmasked headshot)
Amazing Spider-Man III#9, p26-27, pan1 (Spider-Man in the Great Web)
Amazing Spider-Man III#11, p12, pan3 (as Peter Parker)
Spider-Verse Team-Up#2, p3, pan2 (Spider-Man battling Earth-12041's Spider-Man)
Spider-Verse Team-Up#2, p5, pan3 (Spider-Man kicking criminals)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated film, post credits scene (Spider-Man, masked headshot)

Amazing Spider-Man III#9 (January, 2015) - "Spider-Verse: The Feast" story - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#11 (February, 2015) - Dan Slott (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils, inks), Wade von Grawbadger, John Livesay, Victor Olazaba, Mark Morales (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Verse Team-Up#2 (February, 2015) - "Too Many Spider-Men!" story - Christos Gage (writer), Dave Williams (pencils), Dexter Vines (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#12 (March, 2015) - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#13 (March, 2015) - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#14 (April, 2015) - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli, Olivier Coipel (pencils), Wade von Grawbadger, Cam Smith, John Livesay (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#15 (April, 2015) - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli (pencils), Cam Smith, Roberto Poggi (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Secret Wars: Official Guide to the Marvel Multiverse (2015) - Mike O'Sullivan (head writer, coordinator, production, image refurbishment, production assistance), Jeff Christiansen (overseer, writer), Anthony Cotilletta, Roger Ott (writers, image refurbishment, production assistance), Mike Fichera (coordination assistance, writer, image refurbishment, production assistance), Madison Carter, Patrick Duke, Kevin Garcia, Daron Jensen, Rob London, Chris McCarver, Sean McQuaid, Markus Raymond, Marc Riemer, Jacob Rougemont, Stuart Vandal (writers), Giuseppe Camuncoli (Spider-Verse entry art), Gally Articola, Emily Schmidt (image refurbishment, production assistance), Mark D. Beazley, Jennifer Grunwald (editors, special projects)
Clone Conspiracy#2 (January, 2017) - Dan Slott (writer), Jim Cheung (pencils), John Dell (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Man:Into the Spider-Verse film (December 14, 2018) - Phil Lord (screenplay, story), Rodney Rothman (screenplay, director), Dean Gordon, Patrick O'Keefe (art direction), Justin K. Thompson (production design), Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey (directors), Robert Fisher, Jr. (film editor)

First posted08/02/2022
Last updated: 08/02/2022

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