Spider-Man is an iconic fictional super hero who was created by Stan Lee. He first appeared in the comic book, Amazing Fantasy. He appears in the American comic books published by Marvel Comics and also in many movies and TV shows.
The well known Spider-Man is known as Peter Parker, an orphan raised by Aunt May and Uncle Ben in New York City after his parents Richard and Mary Parker died in a plane crash. A few months later Spider-Man was published, it was the highest-selling comic of Marvel. He has many other forms in various generations. In the all-new Marvel concept, Miles Morales is the Spider-Man now after Peter Parker.
How did he become “Spider-Man”?
The origin of the Spider-Man is being bitten by a radioactive spider. The abilities include clinging on to the wall, superhuman power, and detecting danger with the “Spider-Sense”. After that, he builds an artificial web shooter that is attached to his wrist.
Parker is academically brilliant and is an expert in Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, and Mathematics. He designs his own costume to hide his identity, and he builds various devices that improve his powers, most importantly mechanical web-shooters, to help him move and catch his enemies.
Spider-Man in the earlies
When the superhero first debuted in the early 1960s, teenagers in superhero comic books were usually to the role of sidekick. The Spider-Man series got famous by featuring Peter Parker, a high school student from Queens behind Spider-Man’s secret identity and self-obsessions with rejection, inadequacy, and loneliness.
His Super Powers
Spider-Man’s overall metabolic efficiency is proficiently increased, and the composition of his skeleton, inter-connected tissues, and nervous system all are enhanced. He has superhuman strength, reflexes, and has the ability to cause parts of his body to stick with great stickiness to most surfaces; and a subconscious “danger” Spidey sense.
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