|Relatives|| Richard Parker (father) |
Mary Parker (mother)
Benjamin Parker (uncle)
May Parker (aunt)
Bone Spider (partial synthetic clone)
Ghost Spider (partial synthetic clone)
Goliath Spider (partial synthetic clone)
Kaine (partial synthetic clone)
Scarlet Spider (partial synthetic clone)
|Affiliations|| Avengers (reserved member)|
Midtown High School
|Occupation|| Midtown High School student (formerly)|
S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy student-instructor
|First appearance||"Great Power"|
|Voiced by||Drake Bell|
Peter Parker is the son of Richard and Mary Parker. Orphaned at a young age, Peter was raised by his uncle Ben and aunt May. While attending a radiology demonstration at Oscorp, Peter was bitten by a genetically-altered spider, granting him spider-like abilities. Shortly afterwards, Peter's uncle was shot to death by a burglar, who Peter failed to stop from robbing a store earlier. Although guilt-ridden for his failure to prevent his uncle's tragic death, Peter was motivated to use his powers to fight crime to honor his uncle's teachings, becoming the vigilante known as "Spider-Man". One year later, Peter was recruited by Nick Fury to join S.H.I.E.L.D. to educate him on how to become a better superhero and the "ultimate Spider-Man".
Abilities and Powers
- "The Avengers Protocol (Part 1)" (mentioned)
- "Hulk's Day Out"
- "Planet Doom" (as Slinger)
- "Savages" (cameo)
- "The Ambassador" (mentioned)
- "Avengers Disassembled"
- "Avengers Underground" (no lines)
- "Avengers Worlds" (cameo)
- "Doorway to Destruction (Part 1)" (mentioned)
- "The Collector"
- "All About Ego" (mentioned)
- "The Venom Inside"
- "Spidey, I Blew up the Dinosaur"
- "Days of Future Smash (Part 1): The Dino Era" (as Spider-Raptor)
- "Planet Monster (Part 2)"
- "Spider-Verse Part Three: Higher Ground" Issue #11
- "Spider-Verse_Team-Up: Too Many Spider-Men!" Issue #2
- "Spider-Verse Part Four: Anywhere But Here" Issue #12
- "Spider-Verse Part Five: Spider-Men: No More" Issue #13
- "Spider-Verse Part Six: Web Warriors" Issue #14 (no lines)
- "Spider-Verse Part Seven: Epilogue" Issue #15
- "Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel"
- Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload
- Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes
- Spider-Man has been body-swapped three times in the series: first in "Freaky" when his mind was swapped with Wolverine; the second time in "The Incredible Spider-Hulk", when he switched minds with the Hulk; and the third time with Loki in "The Avenging Spider-Man (Part 1)".
- During "Avengers Disassembled", the fifteenth episode of the second season for Avengers Assemble, Spider-Man imagines using a Wave Motion Gun from the anime series Space Battleship Yamato to destroy Ultron.