My Guess Is Batman
Who Is DC's Spiderman
Design - Black Spider - not the New 52 look for sure more on the YJ appearances (those two are the only appearances I know them off)
Popularity - Batman - both are basically the poster boys for their respective publishers
Character - Static - Both very intelligent wise cracking guys what else can you say.
Black Spider in abilities, but I think Terry McGinnis is pretty close to Peter Parker's back story. Terry and Peter both blame themselves for their father figure's deaths since they weren't there to protect them from the people who killed them and they both seek to find the killer who did it.
personality wise i would say dick grayson,and then static.
Ability wise-dick grayson,he moves just like him,can fight like him,has gadgets like he does,only thing is he needs more of a strength feat,maybe with a suit.
OR maybe blue beetle personality wise
those are my 3 options,dick grayson more in abilites AND personality,static in personality,and last is jaime in personality and being based off a bug.
OR black spider,agile,fights crime,uses gadgets including web based ones.
But i mean dick is the closest option,i mean,he copies his enemies,he's fun and awesome,the most athletic person on that earth and can dodge machine gun fire in his sleep AND take out the guns with a gadget,has some strength feats that are great AND can be enhanced bu his suit (new 52),so most likely him,and he jokes around and such,so richard it is,AND he takes command at times when needed,but he is a better fighter and can jump circles around anyone in dc who tries to hit him and tire them out and do flips around them,but my secondary option is static.
For endurance for dick grayson i would have to say that he is extremely acrobatic having done flips around saiko despite being weakened from falling down a multiple storied building,something that i know spiderman does.AND he does have amazing strength feats,and if his suit just increases his strength,then he will be at near spiderman levels in some superhuman aspects for a human).Well most likely it is dick,most likely.
Strength-as a regular person,he is not special and nothing to spider-man,but in the new 52,seeing as batman has his strength increased to what,25,000 pounds and above because of his suit (kinda like owlman from JL:cote,but stronger than that).WELL i think dick grayson,epecially based on some scans in the new 52 shows that his suit does increase his strength,by like what,15000 lbs at most.AND that increases his jumps and there is scans for his increased jumps and increased speed,he should be able to outrun a car and i saw scans supporting all of these.
But SECONDARY,i say static,if its not dick,then it is static shock.Mocks his enemies as well,so yeah,static.
He was a character that really didn't get sprung to much prominence until he was "dead." However, it seemed like as soon as he was removed everybody started recognize the potential he had.
Jamie is awesome, don't get me wrong. I like the design, I like the powerset and the back story. I think Jamie Reyes is the Tech Jack/Invincible of the DCU and I dig the type of character.
However, Ted Kord is a completely different type of character and awesome in his own right. Ted is what Peter Parker would become without the super powers. I hope someday TPTB realize that and bring him back.
Firestorm. A high school student is caught in an accident involving radiation that bestows super powers upon him. He adopts a costumed identity, and finds himself in conflict with an array of colorful foes, set against the backdrop of New York City. His supporting cast is drawn both from his family life, and his school life. He has an alliterative name, as well as an adversarial rival in High School. The hero makes witty quips while in battle with his rogue's gallery. The power set may be completely different, but the majority of the core elements went into Firestorm's makeup. Firestorm's creator, Gerry Conway, spent three years writing the Amazing Spider-Man, for Marvel Comics, prior to coming back to DC. Firestorm clearly cribs a lot from Spider-Man, and, at the time, was probably the most Marvel of all of DC's characters.
If, on the other hand, you're just looking for the character who's power set and theme most mirror's Spider-Man, that would be Jonathan Law, The Tarantula. He was a 1940's mystery men who could cling to walls, and incapacitated his enemies with a web gun.
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