Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider as a teenager, granting him spider-like powers. After the death of his Uncle Ben, Peter learned that "with great power, comes great responsibility." Swearing to always protect the innocent from harm, Peter Parker became Spider-Man.
Former cat burglar Felicia Hardy became a crime fighter when she became romantically attracted to and involved with Spider-Man. Felicia has the ability to instill "bad luck" around others - this comes in handy when fighting crime!
The self-proclaimed kingpin of crime, Wilson Fisk is one of the most prominent figures of organized crime in the United States.
He is the king of mobsters, controlling organized crime on the East Coast with an iron fist.
J. Jonah Jameson is the former employer of Peter B. Parker and remains an aggravate of Spider-Man. He was once the chief editor and publisher of the Daily Bugle, a New York newspaper, and the mayor of New York before his resignation amidst scandal resulting from Superior Spider Man and the Goblin Nation. He now is a host of a show on the F.A.C.T. News Channel
Peter Parker's aunt-by-marriage and one of the most important people in his life.
Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Bugle, and perhaps the best friend to J. Jonah Jameson.
Blake Tower is a lawyer in New York City and helps Daredevil with information to capture criminals. He was also a runner-up to the position of District Attorney.
Jean DeWolff is a New York cop and ally of Spider-Man. Her brother, Brian DeWolff, was the troubled villain/vigilante known as "The Wraith".
Harry Osborn is the best friend of Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man. His father is Norman Osborn, a global industrialist and billionaire.
Betty Brant started as a personal secretary at the Daily Bugle and later became a top reporter. Betty is also one of the many love interests of Peter Parker and ex-girlfriend of Flash Thompson
Roderick Kingsley became a worthy heir of the Goblin legacy, creating his own identity, of the Hobgoblin, rather than being just another Green Goblin clone.
Madame web is a mutant with precognitive powers. She retains her powers after M-Day. Madame Web also is the one who reminds Peter Parker who he is when he starts to think about not being Spider-man. Was played by Stan Lee's wife Joan in the 90s cartoon.
Ned Leeds was a Daily Bugle reporter whom Roderick Kingsley brainwashed into becoming the Hobgoblin until his eventual demise.
Mary Jane Watson is a major love interest of Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. She married him but didn't(!), now she's one of the few people who know who he is, and still supports him as a close friend and confidante. Currently, Mary Jane and Peter have reconciled their relationship and she no longer seems to work for Stark Industries.
Lance Bannon was a former rival photographer of Peter Parker and boyfriend to Amy Powell. He was later murdered by the man known only as F.A.C.A.D.E.
The twin brother of the original Hobgoblin, Roderick Kingsley.
NYPD detective, met Spider-Man while investigating Belladonna and aided him on subsequent cases.
A retired vaudevilian and love interest to Aunt May. He was also friends with Adrian Toomes, the original Vulture.
Anna May Watson is best friends with May Parker and a paternal aunt to Mary Jane Watson. Once the Watsons were neighbors to the Parkers in Forrest Hills.
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