List of Spider-Man enemies

Villain First appearance Description answer Lethal Foes Of Spider-Man #4 (July 1984) Originally, Aaron Nicholson was a very loyal hitman of the Kingpin known as the Answer, but later became an unconscious being of energy. Armada The Sensational Spider-Man (1998) Armada is a technology-using mercenary hired by Mysterio. basilisk Marvel Team-Up vol. 1 #16 (December 1973) Basil Elks is a petty thief who breaks into a museum to steal what he believes is an ordinary emerald – but is in fact a Kree artifact called the Alpha Stone. Elks gains multiple superpowers, when the stone shatters, by one of the museums security guards. Basilisk realizes that the Alpha Stone has a twin – the Omega Stone – which he becomes determined to find so as to increase his powers. Basilisk comes into conflict with Captain Marvel

(who is seeking the Stones), Spider-Man, Mister Fantastic, and finally the Mole man in his underground lair.[20] bad wheel The Amazing Spider-Man #182 (July 1978) Jackson Weele is a business man who has embezzled from his company who gets tinkerer to create a large metal wheel that can climb up buildings, complete with guns and waldo-arms. With his new vehicle, Weele became the Big Wheel. big man
¤ Frederick Foswell
¤ Janice Foswell The Amazing Spider-Man #10 (March 1964)
Marvel Team-Up #39 (November 1975) Frederick Foswell was a small and timid reporter working for the day by day Bugle who aspired to be a crime boss. Taking on the identity of the Big Man, Foswell and his Enforcers attempted to take over the New York underworld. The daughter of the original Big Man, Janice Foswell sought to follow in the footsteps of her father and gain control of the New York underworld. Black Fox The Amazing Spider-Man #255 (August 1984) Raul Chalmers is a jewel thief with a long international career. In his sixties, he yearns to pull off one last big heist so that he can retire for good to the French Riviera Black Tarantula The Amazing Spider-Man #419 (January 1997) Carlos LaMuerto is the most recent in a family line of superpowered vigilante martial artists, all posing as a single immortal figure. Calypso The Amazing Spider-Man #209 (October 1980) Calypso Ezili is a psychopathic juju woman who was associated with Sergei Kravinoff, aka Kraven the Hunter. cardiac The Amazing Spider-Man #342 (December 1990) Dr. Elias Wirtham carrion
¤ Miles Warren clone
¤ Malcolm McBride
¤ Dr. William Allen Spectacular Spider-Man #25 (December 1978)
Spectacular Spider-Man #149 (April 1989)
Spider-Man: Dead Man’s Hand (1997) The first Carrion was originally an extremely decayed and superpowered clone of Dr. Miles Warren.
The second gear Carrion was a college student named Malcolm McBride who had discovered a genetic virus which mutated him into Carrion, who had all the powers and memories of the original Carrion. While examining the cadaver of Miles Warren, Dr. William Allen was infected with an extremely herculean adaptation of the Carrion virus. Using its power to manipulate the minds of others, Carrion III went on a killing spree in New York City. It was lone by using the Jackal ‘s erstwhile scientific notes that Spider-Man managed to cure Dr. Allen of the Carrion plague . opportunity Web of Spider-Man #15 (June 1986) Nicholas Powell was looking for more thrill in his life. He decides to become a mercenary criminal-for-hire, incorporating his love of gambling into his work. Anyone who hires him would, instead of directly paying, bet his fee against him actually completing the mission. Coldheart Spider-Man #49 (1994) Kateri Deseronto was once a government agent with the codename Coldheart. She has a bulletproof costume and with two swords, one to paralyze and the other to freeze objects. She is proficient in martial arts and sword fighting. After her son’s death during a battle between the Hobgoblin and Spider-Man, she was deemed mentally unfit for field duty. Her clearance was revoked and she was forcibly retired.[21] She later confronts both Spider-Man and Hobgoblin, in revenge, after stealing her costume back. Coldheart is arrested and imprisoned in the raft. Coldheart is apparently one of the many villains that escaped from the Raft.[22] Hiding in Stamford with some other escaped convicts, she was eventually tracked down by the New Warriors. During the battle, Nitro used his powers and caused an explosion in the neighborhood, causing both the death of hundreds of people, the New Warriors, and presumably Coldheart as well. crime master The Amazing Spider-Man #26 (July 1965) A criminal identity used by Nicholas Lewis and later by his son. cyclone The Amazing Spider-Man #143 (April 1975) André Gerard, a French engineer working for NATO, Gerard had a falling out with his former employees, related to political decisions over implementing his research, based on the development of a weapon that generates high velocity tornado-like winds. Cyclone took his invention and used it for his own criminal ends, developing his costume and other weapons delilah The Amazing Spider-Man #414 (August 1996) The Rose’s confidante as well as his chief enforcer, Delilah helped battle to maintain control of part of the New York crime scene against the threat of the Black Tarantula. She had a role in the rebirth of two of Spider-Man’s old foes during the Rose’s efforts to gain extra muscle: she was the one who threw the switch of the electric chair which gave Electro his powers back, and helped set up the theft of Doctor Octopus’ corpse for reanimation from the hand. Demogoblin Web of Spider-Man #86 (March 1992) The fourth Hobgoblin, Jason Macendale, wanting power, attempted to sell his soul to the demon N’astirh during the Inferno Crisis. An amused N’astirh declined Macendale’s soul and instead grafted a demon to Macendale, “without a catch”. Unfortunately for Macendale, the fusion of himself and the demon gave him a hideous appearance and drove him insane. After months of fighting for control of Macendale’s body, the demon physically tore himself from Macendale and, christening itself the Demogoblin, set off to purge the world of “sinners”. doppelganger Infinity War #1 (June 1992) A magically created clone of Spider-Man, the Doppelganger was created by the magus to kill Spider-Man. Draco Spider-Man: Invasion of the Dragon Men (Power Records Special, 1974) Demosthenes Q. Drake is a Nobel Prize winner in biology who was reported lost during an expedition in the Amazon years ago. This was actually a cover-up where he did an experiment that involved introducing iguana DNA into a human where he tested it on himself and become a humanoid dragon named Draco while masquerading as an alien with his army of robotic Dragon Men. Empathoid The Spectacular Spider-Man #6 (May 1977) A fire-body who enters other bodies and hires them. He first entered the body of Morbius and hired him to attack Spider-Man. He later entered Spider-Man’s body and hired him to attack Morbius. Finisher The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #5 An assassin employed by the fascist crimson Skull who killed Spider-Man’s parents. Spider-Man kills Finisher in self defense by turning his own missile against him. Richard Fisk The Amazing Spider-Man #83 Richard Fisk, the son of crime lord Wilson Fisk, is an antihero who has adopted several identities over the years, most notably The Rose. Although his goals are noble ones, the methods he uses cause more harm than good. foreigner Web of Spider-Man #15 (June 1986) The Foreigner is a mercenary and assassin. Although he has no superhuman abilities, he has trained his body to be in absolute peak physical condition. Vincente “ Don ” Fortunato Spider-Man #70 ( May 1996) A mob boss affiliated with the Maggia and hydra, who attempts to fill the vacuum of power in the absence of the Kingpin. freak out The Amazing Spider-Man #552 (March 2008) A drug addict named “Freak” is chased down by Spider-Man after he attempted to steal from the poor at the soup kitchen Spider-Man’s aunt May works at. He stumbles into a laboratory owned by Curt Connors and injects himself with animal gene fluids, thinking they were crystal meth. Freak then began to form a chrysalis around his body, emerging as a skinless monster. He blames Spider-Man and wants revenge. Fusion (Hubert and Pinky Fusser) The Amazing Spider-Man #208 Hubert and Pinky Fusser are twins both born with dwarfism. One becomes a nuclear scientist, and one becomes janitor at the same privately-owned research corporation where his brother works. When an accident strikes Hubert, his brother rushes to assist. The resulting radiation causes them to become one, a Fusion – a twin-headed radioactive being which contains both of their personalities. The brothers have superhuman strength, and they can glow and emit radiation. Fusion (Mr. Markley) Peter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2 #30 Mr. Markley is a millionaire who can get anything he wants. Markley can persuade people to do what he wants, to see what he wants, and to hear what he wants, controlling people’s perceptions. After his son, Francis, dies as a result of trying to imitate Spider-Man, he takes revenge on Spider-Man as Fusion. He attacks and brutally beats Spider-Man by morphing his body parts into those of various heroes. Capturing and brutally torturing Spider-Man in an abandoned warehouse, Fusion is defeated when Spider-Man, realizing the nature of Fusion’s powers, manages to pummel him into submission. When he next appears, Fusion, having teamed-up with Doctor Octopus, through a bizarre plot of dismembering and mind-controlling people, manages to get a device which allows him to track Spider-Man. Soon after gaining the device, Fusion is beaten horribly by the traitorous Doctor Octopus and is left for dead, but yet he survives. Gog The Amazing Spider-Man #103 (December 1971) Gog is an alien that was saved from death by Kraven the Hunter when Gog was a baby. Kraven raised him and Gog became a huge monster with super strength and bracelets that allow interdimensional teleportation. He would later become a Sinister Six member. Grey Goblin The Amazing Spider-Man #509 Before her death, Gwen Stacy and Norman Osborn had an affair and Gwen became pregnant with twins: Gabriel and Sarah. Gabriel, like his sister, were born with the goblin formula in their system. Due to this, they both age much faster than a normal human, appearing as adults despite being around 9 years old. After a second dose of Goblin formula, Gabriel took the mantle of Grey Goblin and became very much insane. grizzly The Amazing Spider-Man #139 (December 1974) Maxwell Markham is a professional wrestler who competed using the nom de guerre of the Grizzly. His violent actions brought him to the attention of J. Jonah Jameson whose article got Maxwell expelled from wrestling. Ten years later, he met with the Jackal who gave him a grizzly bear suit and an exoskeleton harness that amplified his strength and durability. He used this harness to attack the Daily Bugle in an attempt on revenge against Jameson for ruining his wrestling career. Jonas Harrow The Amazing Spider-Man #114 (October 1972) Jonas Harrow was disgraced as a surgeon and expelled from the medical profession for unorthodox experiments. Jonas Harrow is a genius surgeon, geneticist, cyberneticist, and machinesmith who has help to create Hammerhead and enhanced many other supervillains. Herd, Gregory The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #2 (as Shadrac) Gregory Herd wore a cybernetically enhanced costume that allowed him to control or “override” any other electronic device and worked as a mercenary for hire. He later became Shadrac. gunman The Spectacular Spider-Man #4 (March 1977) Burt Kenyon was a costumed mercenary assassin. He was hired by the Maggia as their version of the Punisher. The Vulture had rejected the Maggia’s offer before they hired the Hitman, so the Hitman was sent to humiliate the Vulture by killing Spider-Man before the Vulture could. Human Fly The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #10 (1976) Richard Deacon was born in Newark, New Jersey. He was a small-time criminal who was shot by the police and left for dead after his unsuccessful kidnapping attempt, which was foiled by Spider-Man. Stumbling into the laboratory of Dr. Harlan Stillwell (whose brother Farley Stillwell created the Scorpion for J. Jonah Jameson), Deacon coerced the scientist into saving his life. Overhearing an offer Jameson made with Stillwell to fund the creation of a new superhero, Deacon insisted he be the subject of the experiment. Stillwell imprinted the genetic coding of a common fly onto Deacon, empowering him and healing him of his bullet wounds. Deacon killed Harlan Stillwell and used his newfound powers to further his criminal ambitions. He first used Jameson as bait to get revenge on Spider-Man, but due to his inexperience he was no match for the web-slinger and he was defeated. Hypno-Hustler The Spectacular Spider-Man #24 Created by Bill Mantlo and Frank Springer, Hypno-Hustler can perform hypnosis with the aid of his guitar, and when teamed with his backup band, The Mercy Killers, can perform mass hypnosis. His boots can emit knockout gas on demand, and have retractable knives in the soles. The Hypno-Hustler also appeared in Spider-Man : reign, a circumscribed series set in the future, at the end of Spider-Man’s career. Iguana The Spectacular Spider-Man #32 (July 1979) An iguana that can turn into a humanoid form with a hypnotic stare and all of the abilities of the Lizard (though not as skilled). Jack O’Lantern Machine Man #19 (February 1981) Jason Philip Macendale, known as the original Jack O’Lantern, has no super powers but wares a flaming pumpkin mask and hurls explosive grenades while flying on a disc glider or hopping about on a “pogo platform”. He later became the second Hobgoblin. Kangaroo

¤ Brian Hibbs
¤ Frank Oliver The Amazing Spider-Man #81 (February 1970)
Spectacular Spider-Man #242 Frank Oliver was the first Kangaroo but only had two overall appearances in The Amazing Spider-Man #81 and 126. #126 showed the Kangaroo off with his “powered-up” powers courtesy of Dr. Jonas Harrow, the man also responsible for Hammerhead’s hard head. Unfortunately, the powers, not to mention radiation poison, got the best of Frank and it killed him.
A second Kangaroo, Brian Hibbs, jumped onto the scenes in Spectacular Spider-Man # 242 with a identical brief appearance. Brian Hibbs showed up again as a member of the Legion of Losers along with teammates Grizzly, Gibbon, and the Spot . Lightmaster Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #3 (February 1977) Edward Lansky was a physics professor and vice-chancellor of Empire State University who turned to crime and became a criminal mastermind as a way to prevent budget cuts for higher education that would have negatively affected the university. Lansky created a unique special body suit with a padded inner lining, a power armor suit which utilized “gravity-pump circuitry” to allow him to manipulate photons for a variety of effects. Living brain The Amazing Spider-Man #8 The Living Brain was created by the International Computing Machines Corporation and billed as the most intelligent computer and robot in existence, capable of solving virtually any question asked of it. Lobo Brothers Spectacular Spider-Man #143 (October 1988) Carlos and Eduardo Lobo grew up in poverty on the streets of Puebla de Zaragoza, Mexico, surviving by stealing and scavenging for food. As a teenager, Eduardo had fallen in love with a girl name Esmelda Valdez, the daughter of a wealthy ranch owner. The two had a romantic relationship until it was discovered by Esmelda’s brother Ramon Valdez. One full moon night, Ramone and his men ambushed the two lovers and tried to drive Eduardo away by using whips on him. Pain and rage from this whipping triggered a mutant change in Eduardo’s body. Carlos also discovered he was a mutant werewolf and the brothers turned to crime, using their powers to unite all the mobs of South Texas into Los Hermanos De La Luna. The Lobos were so successful that they not only gained a mansion in a Dallas suburb but drew the attention of the Arranger, the Kingpin’s lieutenant. The Arranger used the Persuader to brainwash the Punisher into attempting an assassination of the Lobo Brothers. The plan failed thanks to Spider-Man’s interference and the iron will of the Punisher, who ended up killing the Persuader instead. The Lobo Brothers knew who was responsible for the attempt and they vowed revenge. plunderer The Amazing Spider-Man #36 (May 1966) Norton G. Fester was always a poor scientist, and was considered a crackpot by his colleagues. One day, however, he found an unusual meteor that crashed into the Earth. Excited by his discovery, Fester searched for funding into a project, but investors went for more commercial ventures. Fester decided to continue without funding, and while chiseling the meteor, he struck a pocket of gas. Immersed in the strange compound, he discovered that he now had super strength and agility thanks to the meteor’s powers. Fester decided to devote his time and new powers to crime from then on. Calling himself the Looter, he struck banks and offices everywhere, finally trying to steal a similar meteorite in case his powers wore off, however Spider-Man then captured him. Massacre The Amazing Spider-Man #655 (March 2011) Marcus was a man who was with his wife when a bomb went off. Shrapnel damaged his brain and caused mental unstability. He sought vengeance. He became the Massacre! Portrayed in the “No One Dies” section of the ” large time” story line in 2010-2011, by Dan Slott. Jake Martino The Amazing Spider-Man #537 (February 2007) Jake Martino is a small-time hitman hired by the Kingpin to kill Aunt May, though he only succeeds in shooting and wounding her. Spider-Man resolves to straight-out murder Martino after discovering he was the shooter, but he is shot by another Kingpin assailant before Martino is able to give out the identity of his boss. menace The Amazing Spider-Man #549 (February 2008) Lily Hollister transforms into Menace rather than putting on a costume. He bears a strong resemblance to the Green Goblin/Hobgoblin villains and uses the same style of Goblin Glider. Peter suspected that Harry Osborn is Menace but had Lily Hollister, his latest girlfriend, verify he was not gone during the time Peter fought Menace. The only thing known is that he’s been hunted down by pot since his escape from robbing a bank truck. During her search, she meets Spider-Man and reluctantly takes his help. Menace then attacks a council meeting and kidnaps a council woman, and Spider-Man and Jackpot attack him. Unfortunately, Menace’s glider slams into the rescued council woman, and Menace escapes the crime scene but not before accusing Spider-Man of being responsible for the woman’s death. Recent developments have revealed that Menace uses Osborn’s Goblin technology (Osborn recognized it) and he appears to be supporting the Hollister campaign… by threatening Bill Hollister. Mindworm The Amazing Spider-Man #138 William Turner was a superhuman mutant with limited telepathic powers. He had an over sized cranium and was naturally extremely intelligent. Eventually, Mindworm attempted to reform but his problems were too difficult for him to control and he allowed himself to be killed by common street thugs to end his great suffering. mirage The Amazing Spider-Man #156 (May 1976) Desmond Charne is a former holography technician who wanted to be a supervillain. To that end, he uses holograph technology which could make him invisible or create 3-D illusions. Miss Arrow Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #4 (January 2006) A being composed of pirate spiders first seen in The Other, disguising herself as a human woman, she met Flash Thompson and developed a fixation on him. Overdrive Spider-Man Swing Shift ( free Comic Book Day, 2007) A Spider-Man fanboy who uses a souped-up car including an electric hood and flaming exhaust.[23] polaris The Amazing Spider-Man #409 (March 1996) A pair of mercenaries who used a costume and gauntlets that gave them significant control over various magnetic properties. Queen The Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 3 #15 (December 2004) Adriana Soria is the first female marine in combat during World War II. Adriana and a number of other soldiers are exposed to radiation at Bikini Atol in an attempt to create more super-soldiers. All but Adriana die during this experiment. The mental strain of the experiment unhinges Adriana’s mind and she is placed in a military asylum and forgotten. Adriana is a latent mutant who’s radiated genetic structure made her into an insect human hybrid, who appears human. Queen surfaces in New York with the ability to control anyone with “insect genes” including those with retrograde DNA pieces. She is able to mutate the DNA in Spider-Man resulting in his becoming a monstrous spider creature before reverting mostly to his original form (Spider-Man gains the ability to generate organic webs). It was Queen’s hope that this monstrous spider would give birth to a child for her. Queen is seemingly killed by an explosion when Spider-Man defeated her though her body was never found. She has recently returned alive. bird of prey The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #36 (July 2009) Damon Ryder had his family killed in a fire apparently started by Ben Reilly while he was in Portland, Oregon. He has since then been obsessed with revenge on Reilly, and finds Peter Parker in Boston at the reunion with the Reilly family. Raptor then proceeds to attack and try to kill Peter, thinking he’s really Ben Reilly. The full details on what happened in Portland still remain unclear. Raptor has arm claws (similar to Spider-Man’s during “The Other” storyline), massive fangs, and super strength. ringer The Defenders #51 (September 1977) Career criminal Anthony Davis hired the Tinkerer to build him a battlesuit. Upon testing the suit by himself, the Beetle broke into his workshop and the two battled, resulting in Davis becoming the Beetle’s prisoner. The Beetle wanted Davis to wear the suit so they could fight Spider-Man together, and convinced Davis to do so because of the deadly explosive weapons built inside the suit. scarecrow Tales of Suspense #51 (March 1964) Ebenezer Laughton was an expert escapologist and contortionist at a circus until he turned to a life of crime. He armed himself with a pitchfork and trained killer crows to become the Scarecrow. After going in and out of jail multiple times from losing to heroes like Spider-Man he became criminally insane, and a mass murderer. He would later on get super powers, including the power to induce fear into his victims. Scream Venom: Lethal Protector #4 (1993) AKA Donna Diego, Scream was one of the five Life Foundation Symbiotes that were forcefully spawned from the Venom symbiote. She was their unofficial leader. scorcher Untold Tales of Spider-Man vol. 1 #1 (September 1995) Steven Hudak was a research chemist who was wrongfully accused of embezzlement by his employer. Swearing revenge, he created an armored suit containing flame-throwing equipment and taking the name “The Scorcher” he attacked his former place of employment. Scorpia Spider-Man: The Power of Terror #2 (February 1995) Elaine Colls is a mental patient at Bellevue Hospital in Hell’s Kitchen. She is chosen by Silvermane to become the new Scorpion after the retirement of the original; however, she opted to call herself Scorpia. Screwball The Amazing Spider-Man #559 Screwball’s spectacular stunts and heists are all done for publicity and fame. She uses live streaming to get her videos online. Sentry Peter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2 #4 (April 1999) A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent operating as Sentry, Steward Ward is a doubly agent for Z’Nox aliens, who use Ward to aid in an invasion of Earth. Years later, as Z’Nox aliens found themselves on Earth during a brief period when it was designated an intergalactic prison, Ward is infected by Z’Nox life-form, mutating him into a half-human/half-alien being. Ranger subsequently sacrificed himself to destroy Ward. Shathra The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #46 Shathra is, much as Spider-Man is rumored to be, a totem of the spider wasp. As spider wasps kill spiders, she escaped the astral world where she lived to find Spider-Man. screech Spider-Man Unlimited #1 (May 1993) Shriek is a dangerous and criminally insane villainess with the ability to manipulate sound in a number of elaborate ways. She once allied herself with Carnage and several other supervillains who went about New York on a killing spree.
Shriek ‘s origins and substantial diagnose are changeable. She was named Sandra Deel in her earliest appearances, but named Frances Louise Barrison in late appearances . Sin-Eater The Spectacular Spider-Man #107 (October 1985) Well known for his murder of Captain Jean DeWolff, Stanley Carter was injected with drugs while with S.H.I.E.L.D. and had his strength & endurance increased. rush Demon Avengers vol. 1 #70 (November 1969) James Sanders first appears under the codename Whizzer, as a member of the Squadron Sinister. Several years after the Squadron Sinister disbands, James Sanders decides to return to crime in a new costume as the Speed Demon and battles Spider-Man. Spidercide The Spectacular Spider-Man #222 (1995) During the clone Saga, in addition to Ben Reilly and Kaine, a third significant clone of Spider-Man was introduced: Spidercide. He died during a battle with Spider-Man, Ben, and Kaine. Scrier recovered his remains and reanimated him, granting him the ability to turn into other materials and shapes in the process. squid Peter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2 #16 (2000) Don Callahan can shift between his human form and his mouthless squid-like form. Squid and his girlfriend Ms. Fortune battled Spider-Man on a rooftop, and several subsequent occasions. Stegron Marvel Team-Up #19 (March 1974) Dr. Vincent Stegron was hired by S.H.I.E.L.D to assist Dr. Curt Connors in studying dinosaur DNA from the savage country. Obsessed with the experiments Connors did to create the Lizard, Stegron stole the DNA samples and injected himself with them. He then transformed into a hominid dinosaur and became bent on reclaiming the earth for the dinosaurs. Mendel Stromm The Amazing Spider-Man #37 (June 1966) Stromm was Norman Osborn’s college professor, and became his partner in OsCorp Industries. His early research was on a chemical that would provide enhanced strength in its test subjects (and would eventually turn Osborn into the Green Goblin). Osborn, wanting the formula for himself, discovered that Stromm had been embezzling funds from OsCorp, and turned Stromm over to the police. After several years in prison, Stromm was released and tried to kill Norman Osborn for revenge using evil robots. He was stopped by Spider-Man and seemingly died of a heart attack.
Stromm had made plans for his death, however, by arranging to have his brain waves transferred to a automaton double. now calling himself Robot Master, Stromm returned in spectacular Spider-Man vol. 1, # 68 ( July 1982 ). After being defeated and destroyed, Stromm returned several times as a cyborg sometimes known as Gaunt . stunner The Amazing Spider-Man #397 (January 1995) Angelina Brancale was the typical outcast in high school. As she grew older, she never expected to amount to anything, and grew increasingly depressed. Working as a secretary, she was chosen by Doctor Octopus to be the guinea pig for his new virtual reality invention. The test was a success, and Angelina mentally created Stunner, the beautiful, thin woman she always wished she was. Styx and Stone The Amazing Spider-Man #309 (November 1988) Gerald Stone was an idealistic scientist who wanted to find a cure for cancer. He conducted an illegal experiment on a homeless person named Jacob Eishorn. The experiment failed and Eishorn became a living cancer, who needed to kill to survive. Now calling himself “Styx”, Eishorn enjoyed the killing of innocents. Feeling responsible for Styx, Stone built high-tech weaponry for himself and turned the two of them into a mercenary duo. tarantula The Amazing Spider-Man #134 (July 1974) As a revolutionary terrorist and government operative, Anton Miguel Rodriguez is expelled from his small organization and went on to the other repressive side of the government where they created the identity of the Tarantula for him and to serve as his country’s counterpart to Captain America. ragamuffin Werewolf by Night #9 (September 1973) Arnold Paffenroth was once a wealthy business investor until the Las Vegas mob swindled him out of all of his money. This resulted in him becoming an insane homeless person. At some point, the agency known as “Night Shift,” outfitted Paffenroth with a sophisticated costume. Taking the name “Tatterdemalion” (a person dressed in ragged clothing), he snuck up on unsuspecting victims and proceeded to destroy their money, rather than steal it; an odd twist on mugging. Thousand Tangled Web of Spider-Man #1 Carl King became the Thousand when he devoured a dead radioactive spider, which resulted in his transformation from a human being into a hive-minded swarm of a thousand spiders. Discovering his power to consume the innards of other human beings and use their skin like a suit after accidentally doing so to his mother, King proceeds to do the same to his father and, wanting to gain mastery of his new abilities, begins to consume and take over the bodies of various people, most of them homeless vagrants and children. Toro Negro (“Black Bull”) The Amazing Scarlet Spider #2 (December 1995) El Toro Negro is a South American mercenary and antagonist of Spider-Man closely associated with the Great Game. The mercenary has enhanced strength, speed, durability, and agility, as well as a large arsenal of weapons. The character along with his partner polaris, kill the superhero Nightwatch, and El Toro Negro follows by killing Polestar. He was last seen as a captive of his sponsor Justin Hammer, who told him that he would remove Torres’ weaknesses — starting with his mind. Hammer then proceeded to forcibly lobotomize the immobilized Torres. tracer Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1 (October 2005) Tracer claims to be a “machine god” that the artificial intelligences of other machines created to worship, alleging that he becomes stronger over time since the more machines worship him the longer he operates. Seward Trainer Peter Parker: Spider-Man #52 Seward was the Jackal’s trusty assistant and the Jackal couldn’t have done all of his cloning without him. Tri-Sentinel The Amazing Spider-Man #329 (October 1990) Three Sentinels combined into one giant robot whose goal is to eliminate Spider-Man. vermin Captain America #272 (August 1982) Edward Whelan was genetically altered by Arnim Zola, who was in league with the second Baron Zemo, as part of a failed plot to destroy their mutual foe, Captain America. He later went on to battle the combined forces of Captain America and Spider-Man, the latter of whom needed help from Captain America to defeat him. In order to prove his superiority over his hated foe in the Kraven ‘s last Hunt storyline, Kraven the Hunter (who was impersonating Spider-Man in a version of his black costume) went on to personally confront Vermin and single-handedly defeated him. After Spider-Man freed himself from a coffin which Kraven buried six feet under, Kraven released Vermin so Spider-Man would be forced to chase after him in order to prevent him from harming anyone. It was then that Kraven took the opportunity to end his own life. Vermin went on to menace Spider-Man a number of times since being recaptured, as well as frequently being an inmate at the Ravencroft

Institute for the Criminally Insane. Will o ‘ the Wisp The Amazing Spider-Man #167 (April 1977) Jackson Arvad was a scientist who specialized in electromagnetic research. He was working late one night, and caused an accident as he was so tired. A gravimetric power surge made him plunge into a self-sustaining magnetic field, causing Arvad’s molecules to gradually disperse. He gained ghostly powers and became one of Spider-Man’s eeriest enemies. White lapin Marvel Team-Up #131 (July 1983) Lorina Dodson, a criminal robbing various fast food joints, most notably “Kwikkee Burgers,” armed with a giant heavily armed robotic rabbit, genetically altered killer bunny rabbits, an umbrella that fires explosive and razor tipped carrots, and a pair of rocket boots. ghost Marvel Team-Up #48 (August 1976) Brian DeWolff was a former patrolman for the New York Police Department, who was shot by criminals and rescued by his father, using experimental technologies to restore Brian’s health. This process gave Brian psionic abilities, including the ability to read minds, induce illusions in the minds of others, project psionic force bolts, and control the mind of another person (but he can only control one mind at a time), but left him with no mind of his own and susceptible to the mental domination of others.

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