Bitten by a radioactive spider, Peter Parker's arachnid abilities give him amazing powers he uses to help others, while his personal life continues to offer plenty of obstacles.
radioactive spiderTom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man: A 15-year-old who gained spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider.
At the age of fourteen, Parker was bitten by a spider and acquired superhuman powers, including strength and speed proportional to that of a spider and an uncanny ability to adhere to walls.
His blood is just regular ol' blood whether the tests can tell or not. We never do find out what blood type Peter is, or what blood type Aunt May is. In fact, at this point in the comics we don't know exactly how Aunt May is related to Peter.
Spider-Man having glands in his wrists that shoot webbing is an invention of the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies. The original character from the comics constructed wrist-mounted web shooters and instinctively developed the web formula to use in them, and that's the most common depiction of how Spider-Man's webs work.
Scientific aptitude and knowledge Apart from his physical abilities, Peter is an intellectually-gifted scientific teen genius and has a prodigious aptitude in the physical sciences, with a high IQ level of around 250.
Harry thinks that Spider-man's blood would grant him healing and would cure him. But Peter knows that this would kill Harry for sure or worse, it would put him in a Dr. Connor's-like condition. So Peter is right all along, he didn't give Harry his blood just to protect Harry from the horrible consequences.
H.A.M.M.E.R. Norman Osborn is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. As the amoral industrialist head of Oscorp, Norman was exposed to an experimental formula which enhanced his physical abilities and intellect, but also drove him to insanity.
The Marvel Comics original version of Spider-Man used the mechanical web-shooters in almost all of his adventures and fights. These web-shooters were made non-lethal that criminals can't use as weapons. It also maintained the morality of Spider-Man, fighting with villains without killing them.
Marvel Comics Spider-Man Web-Shooters In the Spectacular Spider-Man, Peter Parker's version got the ability to generate webs from his hands. Peter adopted the additional powers of the spider as a side effect of meeting with the queen. The glands in Peter's writs had similar features to the mechanical web-shooters.
Tony Stark is smarter than Peter. Tony has proven himself to be one of the most intellectual people in the Marvel comics. He made his first iron man suit in a cave with few supplies. In the MCU, he doesn't get as many opportunities to show how smart he is.
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In 1970, your burger cost an average of $0.18.
Many candy bars in the 50's were only 5 cents for a full bar of chocolate. Some, however, were twice that. If you were a big spender, you could spring for a Mounds or an Almond Joy candy bar for 10 cents.