(of the pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-95325)

Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Native of a reality existing in the Multiverse prior to the Big Bang (extradimensional/extratemporal/alternate reality);
    His reality mirrors the current Multiverse's Earth-95325 (see comments);
    Possible extradimensional or extraterrestrial apparition (see comments)

Occupation: Protector

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: "Peter Parker"

Enemies: An unidentified black spectre

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: An unidentified smoke-filled city in the pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-95325

First Appearance: Spider-Man Adventures I#8 (July, 1995)

Powers/Abilities: Spider-Man seemed to have superhuman strength due to his large size and also had a ghostly, apparition-like form. Despite appearing ghostly, he did have at least some density, enough to interact with others, and he was able to at least partially merge with physical beings.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 6'2")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 180 lbs. or less - see comments)
Eyes: Unrevealed (see comments)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)

History: (Spider-Man Adventures I#8) - When a monstrous, black spectre chased a human resembling Peter Parker through the smokey streets, eventually grappling Parker with its tongue, the ghostly Spider-Man came to Parker's rescue. Punching at the black spectre as Parker screamed for his help, Spider-Man proved unable to pull Parker from the spectre's grasp. Despite Spider-Man's further attempt to merge with Parker to save his life, Peter Parker was ultimately swallowed by the shadowy spectre. These events were witnessed in a dream by the Peter Parker from the pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-92131 and he awoke to find himself in the middle of New York City in a new black costume, with no memory of how he got there and what was going on.

Comments: Created by Nel Yomtov, Alex Saviuk and Rob Stull.

While the current Multiverse uses the Core Continuum Designation system to identify each Earth/reality, we do not know what system was used in the previous Multiverse. However, in an infinite Multiverse, for each reality from the previous Multiverse, there would be a reality in the current Multiverse that mirrors one from the previous Multiverse. In the case of the Spider-Man profiled here, his reality is mirrored in the current Multiverse as Earth-95325.

For further clarification, reality-92131 is the main reality seen in the X-Men: The Animated Series and 1990s Spider-Man cartoons, as well as both volumes of the X-Men '92 comic book. All three volumes of the X-Men Adventures comic book, the Spider-Man Adventures comic book, Adventures of the X-Men comic book and Adventures of Spider-Man comic books started out adapting cartoon episodes but had several significant variations before eventually straying from the cartoon completely. Therefore, the main reality seen in these comic books would not actually BE reality-92131 but rather (judging from the final issue of Adventures of the X-Men) a reality existing in and prior to the current Multiverse that shared many features with the current Multiverse's reality-92131. In the case of this profile, this Spider-Man was a from a pre-current Multiverse reality seen in the Spider-Man Adventures comic and this reality was mirrored in the current Multiverse as Earth-95325, a reality seen in an episode of the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon.

This reality, mirrored in the current Multiverse as Earth-95325, is one that was glimpsed in a dream by the Peter Parker of the pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-92131. On the actual Earth-92131, that reality's Peter Parker has a similar dream about the actual Earth-95325 but the Spider-Man in it resembles a costume with no one inside it, the creature Spider-Man looks different (more an alien symbiote without a host vs. the monstrous creature called a "black spectre" in the pre-Multiverse reality) and the dialogue is also slightly different between the two dreams/realities seen.

It was not clear what exactly Spider-Man was in this reality. He appeared somewhat ghostly but nonetheless still humanoid. He could've been an alien creature or some other form of being.

The Peter Parker whom this Spider-Man attempted to rescue was never actually identified in this reality although he did resemble the Peter Parker of the pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-95325 & that same reality's Peter Parker dreamed on this reality and assuming "Parker" was himself.

Additionally, the black spectre was never mentioned by any name, only referred to as a black spectre or shadowy creature, but it's obviously a counterpart to the Venom symbiote.

Profile by Proto-Man.

The pre-current Multiverse reality mirroring Earth-95325's Spider-Man
should be distinguished from:

black spectre

The shadowy, black spectre creature was a large monster that attacked "Peter Parker." Soon grappling "Parker" with its tongue, the spectre attempted to devour the young man, only to be opposed by Spider-Man. Despite Spider-Man's attempts to physically fight off the spectre and even his attempts to merge himself with "Parker," the black spectre ultimately succeeded in devouring "Parker."

--Spider-Man Adventures I#8

"Peter Parker"

"Peter Parker" was a young man who was attacked in the smoke-filled streets by a large black spectre creature. Spider-Man quickly came to "Parker's" aid but proved unable to prevent the spectre from devouring "Parker."

--Spider-Man Adventures I#8

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Spider-Man Adventures I#8, p16, pan1 (Spider-Man, main image)
Spider-Man Adventures I#8, p16, pan2 (Spider-Man, reaching downward)
Spider-Man Adventures I#8, p15, pan4 (black spectre)
Spider-Man Adventures I#8, p15, pan6 ("Peter Parker")

Spider-Man Adventures I#8 (July, 1995) - Nel Yomtov (writer), Alex Saviuk (pencils), Rob Stull (inks), Sarra Mossoff (editor)

First posted05/29/2022
Last updated: 05/29/2022

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