Which of the Spider-Man Villains Are You?
Two symbiotes, a nuclear physicist, a pyromaniac, and a hunter walk into a bar. The bartender asks, “What’ll it be?” Everyone replies, “Give us a Bloody Mary Jane Watson and the Spider!”
BrainFall tries not to serve homicidal maniacs. However, we’ve whipped a dastardly quiz to help you find which of Peter Parker’s biggest pains in the arachnid you are. If you’re green with envy that is driving you to try and kill Spider-Man, you’re definitely the Green Goblin. If you like Spider-Man’s prowess and punchlines but are too chaotic to be a hero, Venom suits you. Stronger symbiote sibling Carnage turns the Amazing Spider-Man into the Annihilated Spider-Man. If brains triumph over brawn, you’re probably Doctor Octopus. If you just want to be left to your pursuits and think Spider-Man’s mask would make a neat decoration on your wall, Kraven the Hunter grunts in agreement.
We won’t judge, we’ll just see which Spider-Man villain you are!
Spider-Man villains date back to the early 1960s. Spider-Man avenged his murdered Uncle Ben by capturing the burglar that shot him. The first of Spider-Man's old foes that Parker faced was the Chameleon. The crime master disguised himself as Spider-Man while committing crimes until the web-slinger cleared his good name. Spider-Man comics and the Marvel universe as a whole contain a wide mix of villains with superhuman abilities whose main goal is to destroy Spider-Man.
Villains caused great hardship in Spider-Man's life. The Green Goblin/Harry Osborn, Peter Parker's best friend before turning evil, kidnapped Spider-Man's true love, Gwen Stacy. She died during the ensuing battle. Green Goblin's abilities mostly derive from Norman Osborn's Goblin Formula. One of Spider-Man's childhood best friends, Ned Leeds, became the Hobgoblin, leading to his murder. In a more supernatural instance, the Venom symbiote seeped into Spider-Man's attire, turning the hero into a stronger, extremely volatile being that behaved like a supervillain.