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"Has that been there the whole time? That's awesome."
Spider-Man[src]

The Spider-Drone, referred to informally as Droney, is an autonomous drone attached to the spider emblem on the torso of the Spider-Man Suit.

History

Development

Along with many other features in the Spider-Man Suit, the drone was created by Tony Stark.

Rescue at the Washington Monument

Following the revelation that he and Ned Leeds had been carrying an unstable Chitauri power core, Spider-Man asked his A.I. Karen to tell him the best way to enter the Washington Monument. Karen activated the drone, with Spider-Man exclaiming his surprise of its existence. The drone circled around the tower and decided on the southwest window of the building to be Spider-Man's best entry point. After Spider-Man saved the trapped students, he fell down the elevator shaft, and the drone flew after him.

Interrogating Aaron Davis

Spider-Man later re-used the drone as part of his 'enhanced interrogation mode' of the Spider-Man Suit. It located Aaron Davis in a parking lot and hovered beside Spider-Man during the interrogation.

Skirmish on the Staten Island Ferry

The Spider-Drone was used on the Saten Island Ferry when Spider-Man was tracking down the black market deal that he got word of from Aaron Davis. The drone flew ahead and identified Mac Gargan for Spider-Man, then located a white van where the alien weapons were being stored. After the battle, Tony Stark, deeming Spider-Man reckless and unworthy of it, confiscated the suit and the Spider-Drone.

Capabilities

"Hey, Suit Lady, what do I do?"
"Would you like to hear what they are saying?"
"I can hear what they're saying?"
"Activating advanced reconnaissance mode."
Spider-Man and Karen[src]
  • Flight: The Spider-Drone can detach itself from the suit and fly.
  • Reconnaissance: The Spider-Drone is capable of collecting information and sending it back to the Spider-Man Suit.

Trivia

References

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