With a rouges gallery nearly as famous as he (and often at LEAST as powerful), Spider-Man has never had it easy. The fame associated with being a man with the proportional strength and power of a spider, swinging around New York and webbing up the bad guys has always brought attention, both good and bad. Some people love him, while others see him as a terrible menace. In the words of a certain J. Jonah Jameson, “He doesn’t want to be famous? Then I’ll make him infamous!” Fame and danger seem to have a way of finding Spider-Men and women alike. And the Earth-1610 Spider-Man is no different.
School, clones, sacrificial uncles, or even multiverse traversing sorcerers; Miles’ and Peter’s troubles do sort of mirror each other. Not only sometimes sharing a same universe and villains, but often the very same non-spider related difficulties. Take a split second to put yourself in some spider shoes…Or spider boots? Not only will you face the ever present looming dangers of celebrity and villainy, but you may find yourself navigating high school or college life. And honestly, that is enough in itself! Not to mention the initial lack of funds that usually accompanies the average young adults schooling pursuits… I wonder if the Spider-Men and Spider-Women of the multiverse enjoy yummy cheap ramen style noodles? It must really be nice being one of those fancy billionaire hero types!
But no matter the challenge, the cheery optimism of Morales, and the other Spider-Men eventually does shine through. And though their villains may be tough, spider folk seem to share an unconquerable positive life disposition. So in honor of some of the challenges and rogues the Spider-Men have faced, we are going to take a look at some of the Ultimate Spider-Mans most powerful adversaries!
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1:27 Hammer Head
2:23 Cross Bones
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