Which Spider-Man Are You?
“With great power comes great responsibility.” Uncle Ben passed that advice to Peter Parker. Although Uncle Ben died at the hands of criminals that Peter Parker brings to justice as Spider-Man, that powerful lesson lives on. Peter Parker knows where he comes from. The question remains, which Spider-Man are you?
This quiz spins an all-encompassing web of life questions and qualities to find the answer. Perhaps the results match the youthful exuberance Tom Holland delights MCU fans with as the most famous and recent cinematic Spider-Man. Or, maybe you feel closer to Tobey Maguire’s levelheaded and introverted version of Spider-Man in the Sam Raimi films. Or, perhaps you relate to the darker side of the comics and have more in common with the Symbiote Spider-Man. Some stick closer to the classical ’90s Spider-Man that dominated Saturday morning cartoons and video games for years.
Stan Lee co-created Spider-Man in 1962. A radioactive spider bit student Peter Parker during a scientific demonstration. This unforeseen event sent Parker's life into a tailspin as Spider-Man was born. Spider-Man protects New York City (and with the Avengers, the world) using his amazing arachnid abilities, including superhuman strength, reflexes, fast-paced web-slinging, and advanced anticipation of attacks via Spider-Sense. Venom and Green Goblin cause Spider-Man and less capable New Yorkers the biggest problems. Although Spider-Man packs the pain-permeating punch of a Black Widow, a high school kid/young man lives behind the mask.
When Parker isn't snapping evil bones as a superhero, he snaps pictures as a civilian photographer for the Daily Bugle, working for cantankerous publisher J. Jonah Jameson. Peter Parker's classic girlfriends are Mary Jane Watson and his high school crush Gwen Stacy. Marvel occasionally depicts Felicia Hardy/Black Cat as Spider-Man's inconsistent girlfriend. Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire played Spider-Man in live-action. Marvel's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse expanded the Spider-Man universe into multiple dimensions.