Battles Of The Week: Spider-Man vs Captain America (Hero vs Hero)

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “THE WAR AT HOME: PART THREE OF SIX”

Iron Man, Spider-Man and the pro-Registration operatives are transporting some anti-Registration forces they captured. Spider-Man is uneasy about the events. Suddenly, Spider-Man’s spider sense tingles. When their transport is intercepted, Spider-Man springs into action.

He faces a familiar former ally, his foe is… Captain America.

IN GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY

SPIDER-MAN IN HIS IRON SPIDER SUIT MUST FACE CAPTAIN AMERICA OR BE WON TO HIS CAUSE!
In 'Amazing Spider-Man' (2006) #534, Spider-Man in the iron spider suit faces Captain America.
In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (2006) #534, Spider-Man in the iron spider suit faces Captain America. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Enter the two contestants at Yancy Street, in New York. On the left side is Spider-Man, the Iron Spider and on the right side is Captain America, the Super Soldier.

Let’s look at the stats.

SPIDER-MAN – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: METAHUMAN
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: BUILDING
ENERGY PROJECTION: CITY BLOCK
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Web-shooters.
  • Utility belt.
  • Spider-tracers.
  • Spider-signal.
  • Avenger Identicard.
WEAKNESSES
  • Spider-sense disruption.
  • Ethyl chloride.
  • Bad luck.
CAPTAIN AMERICA – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: METAHUMAN
SUPER-SPEED: SONIC
DURABILITY: BUILDING
ENERGY PROJECTION: METAHUMAN
FIGHTING SKILLS: WARRIOR
INTELLIGENCE: LEADER
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Captain America’s Uniform.
  • Utility Belt.
  • Captain America’s Shield.
  • Photonic Shield.

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THE FIGHT

It is the Civil War. As the pro-Registration SHIELD operatives transport arrested anti-Registration rebels, Spider-Man’s spider sense tingles. Their transport is intercepted and Spider-Man must face Captain America.

The battle to decide who is the American hero!

DAMAGE SCALE



The fight starts out with Spider-Man and Captain America running at each other. In the first pages, Captain America has the advantage. Captain America lands two punches on Spider-Man.

CAPTAIN AMERICA BLUNT FORCE ATTACK (x2): 2 DAMAGE PTS.







On the following pages, Captain America is on the offensive and throws his shield at Spider-Man. Spider-Man evades the ricochets and webs the shield. However, Captain America lands another punch to the ribcage.

CAPTAIN AMERICA BLUNT FORCE: 1 DAMAGE PT.
SPIDER-MAN MATTER MANIPULATION: 6 DAMAGE PTS.


Spider-Man goes on the offensive and attempts to web sling Captain America who evades the attack. Then, Spider-Man draws first blood with his spider arms.

SPIDER-MAN INTERNAL BLEEDING ATTACK: 3 DAMAGE PTS.

At the end of the battle, Captain America departs to aid the conflict on the street.

TOTAL


SPIDER-MAN’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-3 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Burned For 24 Hour Martial Arts = 105215722 J. -(3 DAMAGE PTS * 105215722 J * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -0.07515408714 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: BUILDING

CAPTAIN AMERICA’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-9 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Consumed By A City Block = 290000000 J/s -(10 DAMAGE PTS * 290000000 J * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -0.69047619047 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: METAHUMAN

OUTCOME: DRAW

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CAPTAIN AMERICA IN COMICS

‘Captain America Comics’ (1940) #1, titled “Meet Captain America” marks the first appearance of Captain America in Marvel continuity. The issue tells the origin story of Captain America and his recruitment in the war effort against the Nazis during World War II. The issue also tells the relationship between friends and allies Captain America and Bucky Barnes.

The comic was written and penciled by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.

CAPTAIN AMERICA FIRST ISSUE SPECTACULAR
Captain America Comics’ (1940) #1, titled “Meet Captain America” marks the first appearance of Captain America in Marvel continuity. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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The Amazing Spider-Man #534 in Comic Vine.
Captain America Comics Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.

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Battles Of The Week: Spider-Man vs Venom (Hero vs Villain)

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “RISE OF THE OLYMPIAN PART 1: PLAGUE AND PESTILENCE”

In this origin story re-telling, the symbiote has fully bonded to Eddie Brock. He is now prepared to get his revenge on Spider-Man for losing his reporter job at the Daily Globe. Venom becomes a stalker and goads Spider-Man into a fight…

IN SUPERHERO BATTLES

VENOM STALKS SPIDER-MAN AND GOADS HIM INTO A FIGHT
In 'Venom: Dark Origin' (2008) #5, Venom stalks and goads Spider-Man into a fight.
In ‘Venom: Dark Origin’ (2008) #5, Venom stalks Spider-Man and goads him into a fight. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Enter the two contestants at the Daily Bugle in New York. On the left side is Spider-Man and on the right side is Venom.

Let’s look at the stats.

SPIDER-MAN – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: METAHUMAN
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: METAHUMAN
ENERGY PROJECTION: CITY BLOCK
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Web-shooters.
  • Utility belt.
  • Spider-tracers.
  • Spider-signal.
  • Avenger Identicard.
WEAKNESSES
  • Spider-sense disruption.
  • Ethyl chloride.
  • Bad luck.
VENOM – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: BUILDING
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: BUILDING
ENERGY PROJECTION: CITY BLOCK
FIGHTING SKILLS: WARRIOR MADNESS
INTELLIGENCE: FIELD EXPERIENCE
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Venom Symbiote.
WEAKNESSES
  • Mental Instability.
  • Sonics.
  • Heat.
  • Knull.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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THE FIGHT

In order to get revenge on Spider-Man who caused him to lose his reporter job at the Daily Globe, Venom stalks Spider-Man with a camera. Venom goads Spider-Man into fighting him in New York.

The battle to decide who is the true Spider-Man!

OUTCOME: SPIDER-MAN WINS BY INCAPACITATION

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VENOM IN COMICS

‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1988) #300, marks the first appearance of Venom in Marvel continuity. The issue tells the origin story of Venom who bonded to Eddie Brock as he was attempting suicide at Our Lady of Saints. The issue reveals Eddie’s hatred for Spider-Man over the latter’s involvement in Eddie’s loss of employment at the Daily Globe.

The graphic novel was created by Tom DeFalco and David Michelinie.

VENOM’S FIRST SINISTER ISSUE
'Amazing Spider-Man' (1988) #300, marks the first appearance of Venom in Marvel continuity.
‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1988) #300, marks the first appearance of Venom in Marvel continuity.

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SOURCES

Venom: Dark Origin Vol 1 5 in Marvel Database.
Peter Parker (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Edward Brock (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 30 in Marvel Database.

Marvel Day: In A Comedic Adventure, Spider-Man’s Luck Strikes Out As The Avengers Attempt To Recruit The Web-Slinger Into The Team

MARVEL DAY

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, the Avengers attempt to recruit Spider-Man. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

IN TEAM-UPS

THE AVENGERS WANT TO RECRUIT SPIDER-MAN

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, Spider-Man embarks on a comedic adventure in order to join the Avengers. In the opening pages, the Avengers debate whether to offer him membership. Hawkeye is immediately elated, while the other members find Spider-Man to be “an unknown quantity” and Wasp does not like Spider-Man.1 In order to conduct the meeting, Thor commands for there to be an acting chairman. The acting chairman is Captain America.

The Avengers decide to learn more about Spider-Man. Hawkeye proposes to consult Daredevil. Captain America says he is “hyper-sensitive to sounds and impulses.”1 Captain America and Goliath work on sending high-frequency radio signals. Daredevil soon arrives at Avengers Mansion. He gives Spider-Man the highest recommendation stating that in his recent battle with the web-slinger, Spider-Man “was stronger, and more skillful than ever!”1 Thor, Iron Man and Hawkeye soon depart to contact Spider-Man.

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, the Avengers debate whether to offer Spider-Man membership. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

WELCOME SPIDER-MAN, TO AVENGERS MANSION!

Spider-Man is being recruited by the Avengers. Spider-Man arrives at Avengers Mansion. Soon, the Avengers must decide what kind of test to give Spider-Man.

Unfortunately, Spider-Man is hot-tempered and Hawkeye is loud-mouthed. And when Iron Man attempts to silence Spider-Man, Spider-Man gets upset by his concern about Aunt May. He starts thinking that the test is the Avengers want him to get mad.

 

In 'Amazing Spider-Man Annual' (1966), the Avengers attempt to recruit Spider-Man.
In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, the Avengers attempt to recruit Spider-Man. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

COMEDY FOLLOWS, SPIDER-MAN LOSES IT!

In 'Amazing Spider-Man Annual' (1966), Spider-Man loses it and fights the Avengers.
In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, Spider-Man loses it and fights the Avengers. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

SPIDER-MAN IS UP TO THE TEST AND STAGGERS THE HULK

The test for Spider-Man to join the Avengers, is for the web-slinger to find the Hulk and bring him back to the Avengers. After Spider-Man leaves, Captain America does not have enough time to state mission objectives or why they want the Hulk. Thor declares “the test is begun!”1 Spider-Man heads to the Daily Bugle and hears news about the Hulk spotted near the Gamma Ray Research Center. Spider-Man heads there. Spider-Man finds the Hulk and tells him the Green Goliath is coming with him.

A battle ensues where Spider-Man uses a combination of spider-speed and spider-strength to fight the Hulk. By accident, Hulk attempting to land a punch on Spider-Man, who evades, breaks the Gamma Ray Shielding Wall. This results into Hulk changing back into Dr. Bruce Banner. During their conversation, Spider-Man realizes Dr. Bruce Banner needs help not punishment and begins to question the Avengers. As Dr. Banner begins to change into Hulk, he tells Spider-Man he doesn’t reach his full strength “for first few minutes.”1 Sensing an opportunity, Spider-Man staggers the Hulk with a punch before he reaches full strength.

In 'Amazing Spider-Man Annual' (1966) #3, Spider-Man staggers the Hulk with a punch.
In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, Spider-Man staggers the Hulk with a punch before he reaches full strength. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

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COMEDY FOLLOWS, SPIDER-MAN BLOWS IT!

Spider-Man changes his mind about joining the Avengers. Questioning the Avengers’ motives, Spider-Man attempts to set Hulk free. However, Hulk is at full strength and easily busts through Spider-Man’s webbing.

Good ol’ Spider luck, failing him again! Spider-Man returns to the Avengers’ Mansion and resigns from their membership offer. He tells the Avengers he could not find the Hulk. After Spider-Man departs, the Avengers are disappointed and have mixed feelings. Captain America says the Avengers actually wanted to help Hulk.

In the end, Spider-Man resigns from the Avengers' membership offer.
In ‘Amazing Spider-Man Annual’ (1966) #3, Spider-Man resigns from the Avengers’ membership offer. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.


SOURCES

Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3.

Marvel Day Series: Created By The Dark Elder God Knull, Venom Is Born!

MARVEL DAY SERIES

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1988) #300, Venom is born! AP Photo/Marvel Comics

IN SUPERVILLAINS

A HISTORY OF THE SYMBIOTE

In ‘Venom’ (2018) #4, the dark Elder god Knull tells Eddie Brock about the origin of the Venom symbiote, the Klyntar. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Venom’ (2018) #4, the dark Elder god Knull in Knowhere tells Eddie Brock about the origin of the Venom symbiote, the Klyntar.

The story begins with the Elder god Knull “in the beginning” being invaded in his dimension by the Celestials.1 Seeing it as a war between light and darkness, Knull summons a sword out of the Abyss and decapitates a Celestial.

Then, using its remains, he forges the necrosword, the beginning of the symbiote. He sets out to attack the night and is then repelled onto a desolate, abandoned planet. Then, Knull creates the symbiote on the planet by bonding his abyss with lesser creatures. Eventually, Knull raises an army to slay gods across the galaxy until they reach Earth.

The Grendel, which is a dragon sent by Knull to slay worlds, reach Earth and are slayed by Thor’s lightning bolt. The bond between Knull and his army is broken across the galaxy and the symbiotes become infected by “venom”.1 They become the Klyntar and rise up against Knull who is consumed by the darkness.

In ‘Venom: Dark Origin #4’, the symbiote tells Eddie Brock his origin story. He remembers 60,000 light-years away and being born on the nameless desolate planet. There, Venom protects a rodentoid alien by transforming it into an apex predator.

VENOM HAS HAD TWELVE HUMAN HOSTS

Venom has had twelve human hosts. In Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #3, Venom’s first human host was Deadpool on Battleworld. Deadpool wore the symbiote moments before Spider-Man would come to use it to repair his damaged costume. Deadpool realized the symbiote had bonded and was interfacing with his mind. Fearing that his insanity would affect the symbiote, he returned it to its prison.

Another notable host of the symbiote has been Flash Thompson. In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (2011) #654, Flash Thompson became Venom after he was enlisted onto Project: Rebirth 2.0. Flash was bonded to the symbiote acquired after the Siege of Asgard. Once bonded, Flash was able to regenerate his legs and had powers similar to Spider-Man’s.

 

In ‘Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars’ (2015) #3, Deadpool creates his new costume with the alien symbiote on Battleworld. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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VENOM IS BORN!

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1988) #300, Daily Globe journalist Eddie Brock publishes about the Sin-Eater. Suffering from adrenal cancer with a few months to live, journalist Eddie Brock wanted to break out a story for the Daily Globe. He was contacted by Emil Gregg who claimed to be the Sin-Eater. He began publishing front-page exclusives protecting the Sin-Eater’s identity under the First Amendment until pressure from the police and his editor forced him to reveal the Sin-Eater as Emil Gregg. From that time, Eddie was filled with hate for Spider-Man.

Unfortunately for Eddie, that same day, Spider-Man and Daredevil captured the real Sin-Eater and revealed his identity to be Detective Stan Carter. He was fired from the Globe, his wife Anne left him and his father disowned him. Seeking redemption, he headed to Our Lady Of Saints Church to beg forgiveness from God and commit suicide. Once inside, he was attacked by the alien symbiote and bonded to it. The symbiote bonded to Eddie mentally and physically and revealed that he had posed as Spider-Man’s costume, but that Spider-Man had attempted to kill it using the church’s bell tower. Eddie’s despair, rage and fierce hate for Spider-Man fed the symbiote. Venom was born!

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1988) #300, Venom is born! AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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SOURCES

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 300 in Marvel Database.
Venom Vol 4 4 in Marvel Database.
Venom: Dark Origin Vol 1 4 in Marvel Database.
Meet All of Venom’s Human Hosts in CBR.com.
Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 654 in Marvel Database.
Edward Brock (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Eugene Thompson (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Stanley Carter (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Venom #4.

Marvel Day: Does It Get Any Worse? Captain America Is Shot Four Times At The End Of The Civil War

MARVEL DAY

In ‘Captain America’ (2007) #25, Captain America is shot four times at the end of the Civil War. Photo/Marvel Comics

IN MARVEL UNIVERSE

THE SUPERHERO REGISTRATION ACT SPLIT THE SUPERHERO COMMUNITY INTO FACTIONS

In ‘Civil War’ (2007) #1, the United States government introduces the “Living Weapon of Mass Destruction” registry for super powered individuals. Following a battle between Nitro and the New Warriors, Nitro exploded as a WMD apparently killing the entire team and a large number of civilians (including 60 school children). Captain America opposed the Superhero Registration Act abord the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier. He feared that government control could limit the heroes’ freedoms and have the government decide who the enemies were.

He recruited a team called the Secret Avengers, which was later joined by the Young Avengers, Cloak and Dagger. Iron Man felt the heroes needed training and were accountable to the public. He sided with the Superhero Registration Act and recruited a team to bring Captain America in once the Act passed. Iron Man and Mister Fantastic created together Prison 42, which was named based on Iron Man’s 42nd idea on how to improve the world.

After his escape, Cap began organizing other anti-registration heroes into a group the press dubbed the “Secret Avengers.” Most of his core group (Captain America, HerculesBill FosterLuke CageDaredevil (Daniel Rand)Falcon, and Cable) had to take on a series of identities to avoid capture, literally becoming outlaws. The Secret Avengers apprehended a number of criminals while evading the opposing heroes and the new S.H.I.E.L.D. “cape-killer” units. Other heroes joined them or were liberated after their arrests. The Young AvengersCloak, and Dagger were some of these later heroes to join the group.

Pro-Registration

Iron Man, on the other hand, felt that it was reasonable that heroes have proper training and oversight, that the casual self-policing the superhero community had enjoyed until now was insufficient, and (most importantly) that it was now impossible to resist this change in the political landscape. He gathered his own pro-registration heroes to bring in Captain America‘s group and other non-registered combatants. Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards), with the help of Yellowjacket and Tony Stark, began work on designing a prison (nicknamed 42 because it was the forty-second idea on Tony’s list of ways to improve the world) to detain superpowered violators.

Most of the pro-registration heroes, such as Mister Fantastic, Doc SamsonShe-Hulk (Jennifer Walters)Ms Marvel (Carol Danvers), and Wonder Man, already had highly public identities.

-Civil War (Event), Marvel Database
In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #1, during a battle between Nitro and the New Warriors, Nitro explodes as an WMD. Photo/Marvel Comics

SPIDER-MAN UNMASKS TO BECOME PRO-REGISTRATION

In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #2, Spider-Man sides pro-Superhero Registration. Midnight at Times Square, the Superhero Registration becomes law. The following day, S.H.I.E.L.D. agents pursue Patriot from Young Avengers. S.H.I.E.L.D. helicopters trap him, launch gas bombs and take him out. Patriot and the rest of the Young Avengers are taken into a van. Captain America undercover as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent takes down the agent in transport and Falcon frees the Young Avengers.

He tells Wiccan to teleport them to a bunker headquarters. They are greeted by the Secret Avengers. Captain America that they are at one of 20 S.H.I.E.L.D. safe houses set up by Director Fury. They will be given new IDs. Elsewhere, at a televised broadcast, Tony Stark introduces Ms Sharpe who lost her son in the Stanford incident and Spider-Man. Spider-Man states it is time for superheroes to go legitimate and unmasks to reveal his secret identity. “My name is Peter Parker, and I’ve been Spider-Man since I was fifteen years old.”1

 

In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #2, Spider-Man unmasks and sides with the pro-registration. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

PROJECT: LIGHTNING WAS A LAST RESORT FOR THE SECRET AVENGERS… IT LED TO BLOODSHED, THE CIVIL WAR

In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #3, Captain America, Daredevil, Hercules and Goliath meet at a diner. They get a call of a fire at a petrochemical plant and 400 people are trapped. The team arrives and notices that they are at a Stark Industries plant. It is a trap. Iron Man’s team arrives and disables Cloak and Wiccan so Captain America and his team cannot teleport away.

Iron Man asks Captain America and his team to surrender. Captain America tells him he has five minutes to convince him. The two men shake hands. Then Iron Man notices an electron scrambler that disables his armor. The battle begins. During the battle, Captain America faces Spider-Man. Iron Man is able to get his armor back online and then deliver a bloody beatdown on Captain America.

In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #3, Commander Hill orders Project: Lightning during a confrontation between S.H.I.E.L.D’s heroes and the Secret Avengers. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Noticing that Iron Man might kill Captain America, Hercules bludgeons through Iron Man’s team. At that moment, Commander Hill activates Project: Lightning. The Thor clone arrives and strikes down Hercules. In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #4, Iron Man activates audio-blocks on Captain America. Goliath attempts to take down Thor and gets killed by a bolt of lightning.

Seeing it as a losing battle, the Secret Avengers attempt to fall back, but Thor strikes them. At that moment, Invisible Woman protects the Secret Avengers from the lightning bolt. Then, Cloak teleports them away. Sue Storm asks Mister Fantastic to not speak to her anymore. Spider-Man comments that Iron Man had promised no one would get hurt.

In ‘Civil War’ (2006) #4, the Thor clone kills Goliath with a lightning bolt. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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THE BATTLE IN THE NEGATIVE ZONE LED TO THE DISASTROUS END OF THE CIVIL WAR… CAP ARRESTED!

In ‘Civil War’ (2007) #7, is the final battle against the Superhero Registration Act. The issue begins with Captain America’s rallying cry: “Avengers Assemble.”2 The Secret Avengers have invaded 42 in the Negative Zone and intend to finish off the pro-Superhero Registration super heroes. Spider-Man has switched sides to the anti-Superhero Registration and has joined the Secret Avengers.

Captain America faces Iron Man a second time. This time, he has Vision completely disable Tony’s armor. Then, he delivers a beating to Iron Man. As he is about to deliver the finishing blow on Iron Man, rescue workers intervene and take him down. At that moment, Captain America realizes the damage done by the Civil War: “They are right. We are not fighting for the people anymore, Falcon…”2 Captain America unmasks and says they are arresting Steve Rogers. He orders his troops to stand down. He is taken into custody.

In ‘Action Comics’ (2008) #870, Superman restores Kandor to its proper size. Photo/DC Comics

AT THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR, STEVE ROGERS IS SHOT FOUR TIMES AND KILLED

In ‘Captain America’ (2007) #25, Captain America is shot four times at the end of the Civil War. Photo/Marvel Comics

SOURCES

Captain America Vol 5 25 in Marvel Database.
Civil War Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Civil War Vol 1 2 in Marvel Database.
Civil War Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Civil War Vol 1 4 in Marvel Database.
Civil War Vol 1 7 in Marvel Database.
Captain America Vol 5 25 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Civil War #2.
  2. Civil War #7.

Marvel Day Series: Spider-Man Discovers The Origin Of The Alien Symbiote From Mister Fantastic

MARVEL DAY SERIES

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #258, Spider-Man learns about the alien symbiote from Mister Fantastic. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

IN MARVEL COMICS

SPIDER-MAN HAS BEEN SLEEP-WALKING THROUGH NIGHTMARES

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #258, Spider-Man is sleep-walking through nightmares. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #258, Spider-Man learns about the origin of the alien symbiote.

Spider-Man’s life has gotten more complicated after his time on Battleworld. He is divided between Mary Jane who just found out about him being Spider-Man and the Black Cat.

At night, Spider-Man is having nightmares and is sleep-walking above the rooftops of New York City.

SPIDER-MAN LEARNS THE ORIGIN OF THE ALIEN SYMBIOTE FROM MISTER FANTASTIC

Spider-Man slept through the day and wakes up from his nightmare sleep-walking with the symbiote. He decides to get some answers about his costume and heads to the Baxter Building, the base of the Fantastic Four. There, Spider-Man is greeted by H.U.B.E.R.T., the security robot. He is escorted to a room with advanced machinery and is greeted by the Human Torch. Spider-Man quickly explains that he wants his costume examined and Mister Fantastic agrees.

Mister Fantastic runs some tests and notices that the costume can mimic any shape that Spider-Man thinks of. After refreshments, Spider-Man and the Human Torch meet Mister Fantastic. Mister Fantastic explains his original theory was that Spider-Man’s costume was an alien material. In reality, his costume is a highly evolved symbiote that has attached to Spider-Man mentally and physically. Spider-Man exclaims: “You mean… It’s alive!”1

 

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #258, Spider-Man learns about the alien symbiote from Mister Fantastic. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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MISTER FANTASTIC SEPARATES SPIDER-MAN FROM THE SYMBIOTE

Mister Fantastic suggests Spider-Man remove the symbiote immediately. Spider-Man agrees. Spider-Man tries with all his might to remove the costume, but the harder he tries, the stronger the symbiote attempts to attach to Spider-Man.

The Human Torch asks Mister Fantastic if he should burn off the symbiote. But Mister Fantastic says it might be too dangerous for Spider-Man. Stretching his hand through corridors, Mister Fantastic retrieves a sonic blaster. He blasts Spider-Man, the sonic waves remove the symbiote then Human Torch encircles the symbiote in a wall of flame. Then, Mister Fantastic traps the symbiote in a special container.

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #258, Mister Fantastic separates Spider-Man from the alien symbiote with a sonic blaster. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

PREVIOUS: SPIDER-MAN GETS A NEW BLACK COSTUME IN THE ‘SECRET WARS’ EVENT ON BATTLEWORLD. JANUARY 12TH.

NEXT: VENOM IS BORN! MARCH 2ND.


SOURCES

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 258 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Amazing Spider-Man #258.

Spider-Man (Miles Morales)

Bruce Banner – Earth-616

NAME: DR. ROBERT BRUCE BANNER

RELATIVES: BRIAN BANNER (FATHER DECEASED), REBECCA BANNER (MOTHER DECEASED)

BASE OF OPERATIONS: NEW YORK CITY

AFFILIATION: UNITED HULK OPERATIONS

CHARACTERISTICS

HEIGHT: 5’10” (1.78 M) MALE, 7’10” – 8’0″ (GREEN HULK)

WEIGHT: 128 LBS (58.06 KG)

ALIGNMENT: GOOD

ORIGIN STORY


Bruce Banner was a child prodigy who grew under his abusive father and his loving mother. When his father, Brian Banner murdered his mother, Rebecca Banner, Brian was put in a mental health institution. From then on, Bruce was filled with rage and he was raised by his father’s sister, Susan Banner.1

After gaining his PhD from in nuclear physics at Caltech, Bruce sought philanthropic science work though he could not receive funding for his projects. He then worked on nuclear research with the United States Defense Department at Desert Base, New Mexico. There, Bruce met with General Thaddeus Ross and his daughter Betty. Bruce and Betty fell in love.

Bruce worked on the construction of the Gamma Bomb or “G-bomb”, a bomb with high gamma radiation output.2

BECOMING THE HULK

Banner was present at the first test of the G-bomb. Realizing that a civilian had crossed security and entered the restricted area, Gamma asked his collaborator Igor Starsky to delay. Being a secret Soviet agent, Igor did nothing. Bruce, sent the teenager named Rick Jones, into a protective trench.

Before Bruce could get into safety, the bomb detonated. Bruce was irradiated with large amounts of gamma radiation. Due to a genetic factor, Bruce Banner was not killed; instead, he was transformed into the green humanoid monster who General Ross called “the Hulk.”2

At first Bruce changed into Hulk at sunset and reverted at dawn. Then, his transformations became triggered by vast discharges of adrenaline when he was excited or angry at any times of the day.2

POWERS


POWERS
  • Gamma Radiation Physiology:
    • Transformation.
    • Unlimited Strength.
    • Superhuman Stamina.
    • Dynamic Durability.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor.
    • Superhuman Speed.
    • Reactive Adaptation.
    • Telepathic Resistance.
ABILITIES
  • Super-Genius Intelligence.
  • Master Combatant.
  • Multilingualism.

PARAPHERNALIA


EQUIPMENT
  • BannerTech PDA.
  • BannerTech Shield/Gamma Dome Generator.
  • BannerTech Wrist-Watch Teleporter.
  • BannerTech Nanoparticulates.

STORY ARCS

  • Planet Hulk.
  • Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
  • Gray.
  • Future Imperfect.

NOTABLE COMIC BOOK BATTLES

  • Hulk vs Thor.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Marvel Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide To The Characters Of The Marvel Universe.
  2. Incredible Hulk #1.

Marvel Day Series: Spider-Man Gets A New Black Costume In The ‘Secret Wars’ Event On Battleworld

MARVEL DAY SERIES

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man creates the black costume using a device that creates things by thought. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

IN MARVEL COMICS

SPIDER-MAN IS KIDNAPPED BY A MASSIVE ALIEN STRUCTURE IN CENTRAL PARK

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man fights the Hobgoblin. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man is transported to Battleworld.

In a battle with Hobgoblin, Spider-Man and Hobgoblin are trapped in a building on fire. Hobgoblin awakens first and attempts to finish off Spider-Man who evades the attack. As the whole structure is about to collapse, Hobgoblin evades pursuit in his battle van. Spider-Man is in hot pursuit.

Writhing in pain and agony, Spider-Man evades certain death when Hobgoblin crashes through a bar. Spider-Man finally crushes open the top of the battle van and enters. A man-to-man confrontation ensues where Spider-Man is at a disadvantage since Hobgoblin previously suppressed Spider-Man’s spider-sense. As Hobgoblin is about to land in the final blow, Spider-Man’s spider sense returns. Spider-Man evades the attack.

Hobgoblin set the battle van on auto-guidance system and it is headed for Pier 83. The battle van crashes into the Hudson River with Spider-Man and Hobgoblin locked in battle. As Spider-Man attempts to save Hobgoblin, the battle van’s self-destruct mechanism engages and the battle van explodes later. Swimming to the surface, Spider-Man borrows a lamp from a frogman and plunges back into the waters. He searches for Hobgoblin amidst the debris and only finds “a ruined mask.”1

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man fights the Hobgoblin. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

A day later, Peter Parker parts with Harry Osborn after consoling him for his father’s death. Suddenly, his spider-sense goes wild, “like a bomb exploding within [his] head.”1 Spider-Man says it’s the third monster tingle he has experienced in the last three days and he puts on his costume.

He states the danger is coming from Central Park. Web-swinging across trees, he arrives at Sheep Meadow. He finds a massive alien structure. Moved by a superior force, he enters the alien structure and vanishes.

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man is kidnapped by a massive alien structure in Central Park. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

SPIDER-MAN, THE HEROES AND THE VILLAINS MEET THE BEYONDER IN SPACE!

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, Spider-Man and the heroes are transported to Battleworld. The heroes and the villains are kept in separate life-support environments. The heroes are the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the X-Men and Magneto. Wasp, a member of the Avengers suggest they make introductions. Then, Captain America orders to notice the other life-support environment at four o’clock.

Reed Richards asks Professor X to scan the construct. He recognizes the aura of evil from the villains. Dr. Doom makes the introductions of the villains who are Enchantress, Ultron, Absorbing Man, Wrecker and the Wrecking Crew, Thunderball, Piledriver, Bulldozer, Kang, Galactus, the Lizard, Molecule Man, Dr. Octopus and himself. Dr. Doom recognizes the construct of the heroes and concludes it is for war. As the heroes wonder why Magneto is in their midst, Professor X motions to pay attention to what is happening in space.

 

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, Spider-Man and the heroes are kidnapped in space. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

The heroes watch as the entire galaxy in their vicinity is being wiped away. Thor and Iron Man are in awe. Then, from the remains, a planet is created. Battleworld is created. Then, light erupts in space. The Beyonder introduces himself: “I am from beyond! Slay your enemies and all you desire shall be yours! Nothing you dream of is impossible for me to accomplish!”2

Galactus sensing the Beyonder’s power flies out of the construct in the intent to have Beyonder rid him of his hunger. Dr. Doom is in pursuit. Galactus and Dr. Doom are swatted away like flies to the bewilderment of Captain America and Professor X. The heroes and the villains are transported to Battleworld.

In 'Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars' (1984) #1, Beyonder promises the heroes and the villains their hearts' desire if they battle on Battleworld.
In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, the heroes and the villains are introduced to Battleworld. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

SPIDER-MAN DEFEATS THE X-MEN AMIDST A STORM ON BATTLEWORLD

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #3, a storm is raging on Battleworld. The heroes lament their homes as factions are forming and the villains are preparing for war. At the heroes’ base, in the communications chamber, Hulk, Captain America and Mister Fantastic are monitoring the storm, Galactus and Doombase. Mister Fantastic laments his pregnant wife and asks Captain America to be excused. Spider-Man follows Mister Fantastic and notices how depressed he is. Then he arrives at X-Men HQ.

Spider-Man overhears the X-Men’s discussion. They lament that even on Battleworld, they are not accepted by the Avengers and the heroes. They decide to put their plan in action. They are going to join Magneto. At that moment, Spider-Man storms through the window and swats Professor X and Cyclops. He exclaims he is going tell others about their plans. He webs Colossus and evades Rogue’s attack. He webs Rogue and Nightcrawler and also swats away Wolverine attempting to sneak behind him. Then he escapes evading, Cyclops‘ optic beam. As Spider-Man finds Mister Fantastic attempting to tell him of the X-Men’s plans, Professor X wipes his mind!

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #3, Spider-Man defeats the X-Men as a storm rages on Battleworld. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

DURING THE ASSAULT ON DOOMBASE TO SAVE SHE-HULK, SPIDER-MAN CREATES THE ALIEN SYMBIOTE

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, the heroes rescue She-Hulk in danger at Doombase on Battleworld. An all-out battle commences. During the battle, Spider-Man intercepts Titania attempting to land a steel girder on top of the heroes. Spider-Man kicks her in the back.

Spider-Man evades two punches that break through the wall and the ground. He then avoids a block of stone thrown at him. As Titania is about to slam a block of stone on Spider-Man pinned on the floor, Spider-Man evades with lightning speed. Then, with a flurry of a kick and punches, Spider-Man throws Titania through the concrete wall, outside Doombase, she falls to the ground and passes out.

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man defeats Titania. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

After the battle is over, Captain Marvel finds a battered She-Hulk on the floor. Mister Fantastic places She-Hulk in a pod to regenerate. Meanwhile, Spider-Man finds Thor (and Hulk) exiting a room with his cape reconstituted. Spider-Man asks Thor and Thor tells him that Hulk found a “wondrous device.” Hulk tells Spider-Man it’s in a room where Spider-Man can just think to produce any clothing he wants.

Spider-Man heads into the room and is able to find the device. He concentrates then a black sphere is created on the device. Spider-Man’s spider-sense tingles and as he attempts to evade, the alien symbiote grafts itself onto Spider-Man’s costume. Then, Spider-Man’s black costume is produced on Battleworld. Spider-Man wonders why the costume came out black and says that maybe he was “subconsciously influenced by that new Spider-Woman’s suit!”3

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man creates the black costume using a device that creates things by thought. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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SPIDER-MAN AND THE HEROES LEAVE BATTLEWORLD

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #12, Spider-Man heads back to Earth. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

At the ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #12, the heroes have triumphed and prepare to leave Battleworld. As they prepare to return to Earth, they head to the same room where Spider-Man created his costume. Spider-Man asks the heroes if their costumes respond to thoughts. Human Torch responds “No–They’re just–Just clothes!” Spider-Man wonders to himself why his costume does.

Finally, the heroes are set to be transported back to Earth. Mister Fantastic explains the heroes are going to be beamed to the construct that transported them, then they will be transported back to Earth to Central Park or to whatever location the heroes concentrate on. Mister Fantastic says they will be sent by groups.

First are Spider-Man, Dr. Connors, Spider-Woman, Hulk and Magneto.

NEXT: SPIDER-MAN DISCOVERS THE ORIGIN OF THE ALIEN SYMBIOTE FROM MISTER FANTASTIC. FEBRUARY 2ND.


SOURCES

Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 8 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 251 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 12 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Amazing Spider-Man #251.
  2. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1.
  3. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8.

Super Power: Spider-Man’s Spider-Sense Is Precognition, A ‘Fight Or Flight’ Response That Warns The Hero Of Danger

SUPER POWER

Variant Comics

IN MARVEL COMICS

A RADIOACTIVE SPIDER BITE GRANTED PETER PARKER THE PROPORTIONATE SUPER POWERS OF A SPIDER

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In ‘Amazing Fantasy’ (1962) #15, a young and wimpy high school student from Midtown High named Peter Parker got bitten by a radioactive spider at the General Techtronics Corporation

Spider-Man is well known to have the proportionate super powers of a spider. What is Spider-Man’s spider-sense?

In ‘Amazing Fantasy’ (1962) #15, a young and wimpy high school student from Midtown High named Peter Parker got bitten by a radioactive spider at the General Techtronics Corporation. The spider had gotten in a radiation test demonstrating the safe handling of nuclear materials.

The spider’s venom mutated Peter’s DNA and caused him to have the proportionate super powers of a spider such as strength, speed, agility and a spider-sense.

SPIDER-MAN’S SPIDER-SENSE IS A SUPER POWER OF ‘FIGHT OR FLIGHT’ RESPONSE THAT WARNS THE HERO OF DANGER

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ #1, Spider-Man’s spider-sense warns him of the attack by the Invisible Girl. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

Spider-Man’s spider-sense remains his most uncanny super power. It is a form of precognition that warns the hero of incoming danger several hundreds of a second in advance. To note, they are a form of adaptation of the ‘fight or flight’ response that allow the hero to respond instinctively to incoming danger with reflexes of speed, agility and strength. In that sense, they are Spider-Man’s most primal connection to the Web of Life and Destiny.

Read on!

Spider-Sense: Spider-Man possesses a precognitive danger or “spider” sense which warns him of potential or immediate danger by the manifestation of a tingling sensation in the back of his skull, and links with his superhuman kinesthetics, enabling him to evade most any injuries unless he cognitively overrides his automatic reflexes. The precise nature of this sense is unknown, though the Master Weaver states it is enabled by his connection to the Web of Life and Destiny.[282]

Peter Parker (Earth-616), Marvel Database

Moreover, Spider-Man’s spider sense allows to react by reflexes even when stunned or asleep. In that sense, the spider-sense is an adaptation that is a form of primal survival mechanism, that already heightens his ‘fight or flight’ reflexes.

Read on!

It appears to be a simultaneous clairvoyant response to a wide variety of phenomena (everything from falling safes to speeding bullets to thrown punches), which has given several hundredths of a second warning, which is sufficient time for his reflexes to allow him to avoid injury. The sense also can create a general response on the order of several minutes: he cannot discern the nature of the threat by the sensation. He can, however, discern the severity of the danger by the strength of his response to it. Spider-Man’s spider-sense is directional and can guide him to or away from hidden weapons and enemies. Sudden and extreme threats can cause his spider-sense to react with painful intensity. Spider-Man can also sense and dodge attacks directed randomly or by artificial intelligence. Using his spider-sense to time his enhanced reflexes, Spider-Man can casually dodge attacks up to and including automatic-weapons fire, provided there is sufficient distance. His spider-sense is sufficiently well-linked to his reflexes to the point that a threat can trigger them even when Spider-Man is asleep or stunned. His spider-sense has helped him preserve his secret identity since it alerts him to observers or cameras when changing into or out of his costume.

Peter Parker (Earth-616), Marvel Database

Let’s look at examples in battles where Spider-Man uses his spider-sense for defensive and offensive purposes.

OFFENSIVE: IN ‘PETER PARKER, SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN’ (1979) #28, A BLIND SPIDER-MAN USES HIS SPIDER-SENSE LIKE A RADAR IN ORDER TO SEE A BIRDDROID AND PREVENT IT FROM EXPLODING

In ‘Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man’ (1979) #28, a blind Spider-Man uses his spider-sense like a radar sense to see and prevent a bombdroid from exploding in Manhattan. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man’ (1979) #28, a blind Spider-Man uses his precognition super power. Spider-Man and Daredevil have been fighting the Masked Marauder. While Daredevil is occupied with the Masked Marauder and his men, Spider-Man has to ride the Masked Marauder’s BirdDroid and prevent it from exploding 8 million of men and women in Manhattan.

Spider-Man uses a combination of spider-sense and hearing to ride the birddroid. When Spider-Man finally boards the BirdDroid, he attempts to use his spider-sense to detect the BirdDroid’s power source. He finds out that the power source is actually an H bomb.

At that moment, the BirdDroid does a nosedive. With seconds to spare, Spider-Man rips the power source which explodes. Then, his precognition super power heightens.

Spider-Man begins to use his spider-sense as a radar sense to see the people below and guide the BirdDroid. Spider-Man can “‘see’ danger –instead of just sense it!”1

In ‘Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man’ (1979) #28, a blind Spider-Man uses his spider-sense like a radar sense to see and prevent a bombdroid from exploding in Manhattan. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

Spider-Man manages to guide the BirdDroid and land it in Central Park. As he falls of the H bomb, he lands in Central Park and begins to notice the smell of trees and grass. Unfortunately, he is roused by the threatening voice of a police officer telling him to “freeze, wall-crawler!” Spider-Man radar sense is heightened and he seems to be able to pinpoint their positions from their heartbeats.

OUTCOME: SPIDER-MAN WINS BY INCAPACITATION

DEFENSIVE: IN ‘AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’ (2012) #690, SPIDER-MAN USES HIS SPIDER-SENSE TO DODGE MORBIUS’ BEHIND THE BACK ATTACK

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (2012) #290, Spider-Man uses his spider-sense to dodge Morbius’ behind the back attack as he converses with Madame Web. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (2012) #290, Spider-Man is fighting the vampire Morbius. During the fight, the new Madame Web named Julia Carpenter, appears to Spider-Man to warn him of great danger. During the fight, Spider-Man uses his precognition super power. As he turns his back on Morbius and converses with Madame Web, Spider-Man uses his spider-sense to dodge Morbius’ behind the back attack.

Madame Web warns that something is about to happen at Horizon Labs where he works that is going to change his destiny with ruin and despair.

FEAT OF THE DAY: IN ‘MARVEL KNIGHTS: SPIDER-MAN’ (2013) #2, THE SPIDER-SENSE RUNS THROUGH THE DIFFERENT BATTLE SCENARIOS, BUZZING THE BAD ONES AND SILENT ON THE GOOD ONES

In ‘Marvel Knights: Spider-Man’ (2013) #2, Spider-Man speaks of his spider-sense and its role in battles. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

SOURCES

Amazing Fantasy Vol 1 15 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Peter Parker (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 28 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 690 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man Vol 2 2 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #28.