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- "I'm gonna lie close to the ground and continue being a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Keep helping the little guy."
- ―Peter Parker
Peter Benjamin Parker is a high school student and a superhero with spider-like abilities, fighting crime as his alter ego Spider-Man.
After receiving his abilities from a spider's bite, Parker chose to protect Queens from crime with his powers, juggling his superhero duties and the demands of his high school life. Despite his best efforts to keep his identity secret from the world, he was found and recruited by Tony Stark in the Avengers Civil War, gaining a new suit and technology in exchange.
Following the Clash of the Avengers, Stark allowed Parker to keep the suit in his operations as Spider-Man. Parker forged a reputation for himself in New York City and became a well-known local neighborhood hero. He later stumbled into a group of criminals led by the Vulture, who were creating advanced weapons from stolen Chitauri technology, and went on a quest to defeat their leader in order to prove to Stark that he was worthy of being an Avenger. Only after defeating the Vulture did Parker discover the true responsibilities of a hero — so he declined an offer of membership in the Avengers in order to continue "helping the little guy".
Growing Up in New York
Peter Benjamin Parker was born in New York City, New York. During his childhood, he was orphaned by his parents and went on to live with his Aunt May. He grew up and was educated at Midtown School of Science and Technology; there, he made friends like Ned Leeds, who became his best friend but was also bullied by Flash Thompson, one of his classmates.
- "Nice work, kid."
- ―Iron Man to Peter Parker
In 2011, Parker visited the Stark Expo and acquired toy replicas of the Iron Man helmet and glove. During his visit, Hammer Drones began attacking the expo sent by Ivan Vanko, prompting Iron Man to fight them. One drone landed in front of a fearless Parker, who held his hand up in defiance. Iron Man arrived just in the nick of time and destroyed the drone before thanking Parker for his work before flying off to continue the battle, leaving Parker completely awestruck.
After being bitten by a spider and acquiring spider-like abilities, Parker chose to fight crime in the streets of New York City as the masked superhero named Spider-Man. To keep his identity as Spider-Man a secret, Parker maintained his normal, unassuming lifestyle, refusing to join the football team or do anything he would not have done before. He used his powers to stop small crimes and save people in Queens.
- "That's uh, that's all on YouTube though, right? I mean that's where you found it. 'Cause you know that's all fake. It's all done on a computer."
- ―Peter Parker to Tony Stark
Since the start of his superhero duties, Spider-Man captured the attention of several news organizations and reporters interested in superheroes. Witnesses filmed amateur videos of several of his feats, such as quickly subduing a thief and stopping a speeding car from hitting a bus, and have posted said footage to numerous video hosting websites such as YouTube.
Recruited by Tony Stark
Meeting Tony Stark
- "So, you're the Spiderling? Crime-Fighting-Spider? Spider-Boy?"
- ―Tony Stark and Peter Parker
Parker returned home from school, greeting his Aunt May and mentioning a 'crazy car' parked outside the apartment building. The presence of Tony Stark, his biggest idol, in the living room caught Parker off-guard and left him speechless. Parker became confused when Stark told his aunt that Stark Industries planned to give him a sizable grant, claiming that Parker had signed up for it in the past.
During a private conversation in Parker's room, Stark showed him footage of the rumored "Spider-Man" that was said to be active in New York City for several months. His videos showed a figure in red and blue clothing apprehending criminals and stopping speeding cars with his bare hands. Stark jokingly wondered if that figure was not Parker, to which Parker awkwardly denied the figure's existence, claiming all of the footage had been edited.
Parker kept claiming that the video was fake footage that was made on a computer, but his cover was blown when Stark discovered the makeshift outfit that Parker used as his costume. Parker had no other choice than to confess that he had been Spider-Man for six months. Stark ridiculed Parker for his cheap costume, but was impressed by, and complimented, the tensile strength of his web fluid and asked who had made it.
Parker became defensive when Stark mocked the design of Parker's goggles from his costume, explaining that the goggles helped him focus his senses. When Stark asked why he became Spider-Man, Parker, without going into detail, explained that he understood that he needed to stop bad things from happening. Stark invited him to come to Germany to confront Captain America, but Parker claimed he had too much homework to join the mission.
Stark said that the mission could be dangerous and decided to tell Aunt May that he was taking Peter out on a field trip. As Stark walked toward the door, Parker over-reacted for a moment and used his Web-Shooters to web Stark's hand next to the door knob, telling him not to tell Aunt May. Stark relented but asked to be freed from his webbing, and Parker freed his hand from the door awkwardly so he could be allowed to leave. Parker and Stark then went to Germany.
- "This is the greatest day of my life."
- ―Peter Parker
Parker was then escorted by Happy Hogan to Stark's private jet. While Happy was driving him, Parker made a video throughout his trip which Hogan told him that he can't show it to anyone. When Parker tried to make conversation with Hogan, he was ignored for the rest of the trip. When Parker arrived on the jet, Parker was amazed by all the cool features on it, such as its need for no pilots. When Parker sat down, Hogan was confused by Parker's awkwardness as he had never been on a plane before as he chose to sit across from him. While Hogan slept on the jet, Parker videoed him, waking him up in shock.
When they arrived in Germany, Parker explored the country video-logging everything without actually knowing why he was there — Parker was simply told that Captain America had apparently gone crazy. When they arrived at the hotel, Hogan directed Parker to his room.
Parker then prepared for his fight and put on his original suit. Hogan walked in on Parker and, bewildered, asked Parker why he was not wearing the suit that Tony Stark made him. Parker, who was unaware of such a suit, then located the suitcase in another part of his hotel room and opened it, revealing the new suit and its features and upgrades. Parker, speechless, put on the suit and joined Hogan who took him to Flughafen Leipzig-Halle airport.
While waiting for Iron Man's cue, Spider-Man filmed Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, War Machine and Black Panther in a standoff. While he was wondering who was the "new guy" who was standing alongside the Avengers, Iron Man ordered Spider-Man to come by shouting "underoos". Spider-Man quickly placed his phone, revealed himself, and stole Captain America's Shield with his webbing, before getting distracted at the sight of the Avengers, much to Iron Man's annoyance. Iron Man and Captain America continued to argue about the Sokovia Accords while Spider-Man looked on while awaiting his next orders, keeping the shield to ensure Rogers was at a disadvantage.
Spider-Man was surprised by Ant-Man at first, who had managed to sneak atop the shield and strike him in order to return the shield to Captain America. As the former teammates began to fight each other, Spider-Man asked Iron Man what to do. He told Spider-Man to keep his distance and use his Web-Shooters against Captain America and his companions, as Stark did not want to hurt any of them or Spider-Man himself during the fight with the various heroes.
Spider-Man then followed Falcon and Winter Soldier in the airport terminal building by ascending onto and crawling along the outside windows. He then smashed his way through the glass panel and, with one kick, knocked Falcon to the ground and then turned upon Winter Soldier. While stopping a punch from Winter Soldier, Spider-Man became fascinated by his metal arm, allowing Falcon to tackle him and fly into the air while Spider-Man wrestled him.
During a battle with Falcon, he webbed him to some hand railings in the terminal building but became distracted, this time by Falcon's wings, asking him if they were made from carbon fiber. Winter Soldier tried to intervene but Spider-Man was able to trap him and Falcon in his webbing. The hero was soon snatched away by Redwing, which grabbed his leg and ripped him through a window, dropping him outside while Falcon and Winter Soldier escaped.
Unfazed by his defeat, Spider-Man rejoined his fellow teammates as they lined up against Captain America's own team in a brief standoff, with Vision trying to divide the pair with a beam from his Mind Stone. When the two teams began charging at each other, Spider-Man had initially thought that Rogers' team would back down, stating this to Iron Man, who noted that they would not back down from a fight either as they all began running.
As he charged into battle with the rest of his team, Spider-Man briefly fought with Scarlet Witch as he fired his Web-Shooters at her while dodging the cars she threw back in return and evading Hawkeye's various trick arrows before Hawkeye left to fight the Black Widow. Meanwhile, Spider-Man swung across the airport dodging whatever Scarlet Witch threw at him in an attempt to subdue him and assist Captain America's fight against his opposing team.
Fighting Captain America
Captain America brought Spider-Man to the ground when he threw his shield at Spider-Man's webbing. The pair expressed their respect to each other while Rogers asked what Tony Stark had said about him, with Spider-Man explaining that Stark believed Rogers was wrong about his views on the Sokovia Accords and that made him dangerous.
Spider-Man also explained that Stark had advised him to aim for his legs, which he did, using his Web-Shooters to trip Rogers and drag him across the ground while kicking him. Spider-Man attempted to subdue Rogers by webbing his arms and pulling him backward, but Rogers was able to flip out of the situation and throw Spider-Man away from him before hitting him hard across the face with his shield, forcing Spider-Man to retreat by leaping backward.
Seeking to end the fight, Captain America used his shield to damage the support beams of a platform, which fell and forced Spider-Man to hold it up. Rogers found Spider-Man's strength impressive and his heart genuine. As Captain America retrieved his shield and prepared to rejoin the battle, he asked Spider-Man where he from in New York City as Spider-Man told he was from Queens while Rogers was from Brooklyn before leaving the beleaguered hero behind.
Taking down Giant-Man
After fighting Captain America, Spider-Man picked up his phone and described what happened during his scuffle. However, while he was telling his story, Spider-Man witnessed Ant-Man transforming himself into Giant-Man. Realizing that he had to go and help his team fight Giant-Man, Spider-Man placed his phone on the ground, and cursed in amazement. When War Machine was thrown by Giant-Man, he was about to smash into an aircraft parked just outside, but Spider-Man saved him by firing his Web-Shooters at War Machine and pulling him away from the aircraft.
Spider-Man continued to fight against Giant-Man with the help of War Machine and the Vision, while Captain America and the Winter Soldier used the distraction to attempt to escape by stealing the Avengers' Quinjet from the hanger. Spider-Man then climbed onto Giant-Man's face and attempted to distract him by pressing himself against his goggles, but was forced to retreat when Giant-Man threw him off his gargantuan hand.
Towards the end of the battle, Spider-Man, inspired by the movie The Empire Strikes Back, came up with a strategy to defeat Ant-Man. He webbed up his knees so that Ant-Man lost his balance, and then let Iron Man and War Machine hit him against the helmet with full speed. Ant-Man fell over, hitting Parker, making him fly into a pile of wooden boxes; knocking him unconscious for a short while on the battlefield while the fight continued elsewhere on the battlefield.
After the battle, Iron Man quickly checked on Spider-Man and told the exhausted Parker, whose mask had come out of his face, that he was done and should go home, threatening to call his Aunt May if he did not. Feeling like he had disappointed Stark, Parker desperately tried to convince Iron Man that he could still keep fighting, but soon reluctantly agreed while Iron Man flew away, claiming "Yeah, I'm done" as he lay down.
Keeping the Suit
In his hotel room, Parker filmed himself describing in excitement what had happened during the Clash of the Avengers. He was interrupted by Happy Hogan, who knocked on the door and said to him he could hear him through the thin walls. After returning from Germany, Parker and Tony Stark were driven by Hogan to his apartment in New York City.
Parker filmed Stark explaining to Aunt May that Parker did an impressive job at "Stark internship". When they arrived home, Stark told Parker that he could keep the Spider-Man Suit, with Hogan keeping an eye on him. Parker returned home not before Stark had given him advice on how he should operate as Spider-Man and refused to let him join the Avengers.
Parker returned home, resting on his bed as Aunt May gave him an ice bag for his black eye. When she asked Parker who had injured him, he told her about a Brooklyn man named "Steve" and his huge friend. May jokingly asked how he had done during the fight, hoping he had stood up for himself and he assured her he had gotten a few punches in himself, which May seemingly believed.
When May had exited the room to leave him alone, Parker continued to inspect his new Web-Shooters designed by Stark Industries. When Parker accidentally pressed a button hidden underneath the devices, a bright red beam suddenly emitted from the Web-Shooter on his right wrist, projecting the Spider-Signal onto the ceiling — much to Parker's surprise and delight as he considered what his future as Spider-Man would hold for him.
Back to Daily Life
After Civil War
Two months after the Avengers Civil War, Parker continued his daily life as a high school student and interact with his best friend Ned Leeds as well as harboring a crush on Liz Toomes. However, his stint with Stark has left him anxious for another mission with the Avengers. He quits his school's academic decathlon team in favor of doing his heroic activities which he covered up by saying it was a 'Stark Internship'.
Thus every day after school, he dons his suit and continue his crime-fighting in New York City. Such as stopping a bicycle thief and guiding an old woman. Not every heroics were successful, in one instance he webbed a man trying to get into his car, which landed him in a lot of trouble among the neighbors.
Eventually one night, Spider-Man spotted a small group of thieves attempting to rob an ATM. Building up confidence and determined to prove himself as a hero, Spider-Man went to confront them. Getting their attention, Spider-Man mocked the group for having disguised themselves with cheap Avengers masks, questioning why Tony Stark would be robbing a bank, as the robbers attacked him.
Spider-Man then fought them all off effortless, continuing to mock them all for their attempted robbery and for their cheap masks. During the fight, Spider-Man took the robber dressed as Thor and threw him into the robber dressed as the Hulk. Using his enhanced abilities as well as his own Web-Shooters, Spider-Man soon subdued almost all of the robbers, becoming more confident as the fight went on with Spider-Man easily dominating the entire skirmish.
However one of the thugs used a highly advanced Anti-Gravity Gun made from Chitauri technology to even the odds, knocking back Spider-Man. The fight resulted in one of the weapons accidentally destroying one of the nearby shops where Delmar was working. Spider-Man managed to capture the thieves and rescue Delmar and his cat before allowing the New York City Police Department and Damage Control to come in and deal with the robbers.
Found by Ned Leeds
Parker returned home and stealthily crawled into his room through the windows. Once inside it turned out that Leeds had been there all along and witnessed Parker in his costume as well as crawling on the ceiling. Parker tried to defend himself but wasn't able to convince his friend otherwise. After a brief talk to May Parker who informed Peter that they will be eating outside tonight, Peter convinced Leeds to keep it a secret from May, not wanting to cause any more distress on his aunt after the death of his uncle.
Invitation to Liz Toomes' Party
Parker tried to resume his daily life with his friend now aware of his heroic activities. Ned Leeds kept pestering Parker with questions regarding his abilities such as how he gained his powers as well as other trivial matters.
When they were training in the school's gym, Parker and Leeds overheard Liz Toomes talking with her friends and that she harbored a crush on Spider-Man. Leeds suddenly announced that Parker was friends with Spider-Man and that he will appear at Toomes' party, much to Parker's annoyance. After enduring some mocking from Flash Thompson, Leeds convinced Parker that this was a good chance to get involved with Toomes.
Later in the evening, May drove the two to the Toomes Residence. Parker was wearing his suit beneath his clothing. Parker was adamant to be himself. They greeted Toomes and met up with Michelle Jones who were also in the party. However after another taunt from Thompson, Parker excused himself and donned his costume outside on the residence's roof.
Conflict Against Vulture
First encounter with Vulture
- "Hey, hey! If you're gonna shoot at somebody, shoot at me!"
- ―Spider-Man and Herman Schultz
On the roof, Parker spotted an explosion happening not far away. Taking on his mask, Spider-Man went to investigate. He found two men trying to sell the same weapons from the ATM theft the other day ago. The buyer wasn't interested in such dangerous weapon and preferred a simple gun. The deal was suddenly interrupted when Leeds' called Parker about his whereabouts. This made the two criminals believe that Davis set them up and aimed their guns at him. Spider-Man intervened and told the thugs to shoot him instead to which they happily obliged.
A chase ensued. Spider-Man webbed on the thug's van and was dragged along as they tried to make their escape. The chase got them through the neighborhood and caused a lot of damage when they tried to shake Spider-Man off the van. Eventually, they were successful, which forced Spider-Man to take short-cuts through other people's houses which caused a lot of disturbance.
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He managed to find the criminal's van. Just as Spider-Man was about to jump down to their van, a man with armored wings appeared and grabbed him from behind. Spider-Man struggled to get off the new enemy's grip as the man brought him higher in the sky. During their struggle when Vulture reached high enough the Spider-Man Suit's emergency parachute activated. The parachute caught the wind and allowed Spider-Man to get off Vulture's grip.
Spider-Man crashed into the lake. The parachute hindered Spider-Man and he struggled to release himself from it. Then Iron Man appeared and saved him. Pulling him up from the lake, Stark talked to Parker. Stark explained that he placed a tracker onto Parker's suit which allowed him to observe him. Parker explained the situation to him. Stark responded by urging Parker to forget Vulture and let others more experienced people handled this matter. He also revealed that he wasn't there in person and that he was remotely controlling the suit.
After his talk with Stark, Leeds called Parker and advised him not to return to the party since Thompson had made a mockery out of him. As Parker starts to leave the area, he discovered a Chitauri power core has been left behind by the thugs during the chase.
Parker began investigating on his new adversary. He told Leeds about his encounter with Vulture and the power core that has been left behind during the chase. After they spent some time examining the power core, they encountered Schultz and another thug looking for the missing core in school. Parker followed them during their search and planted a tracker on them. Parker and Leeds began following the gang's movements and learned that they were heading to Maryland.
Since the school's decathlon team were heading to Washington, D.C. for the national tournament, Parker rejoins the team. Once there Parker began preparing himself for his task. While removing the tracker from his suit, Leeds learned that the Spider-Man Suit was on the Training Wheels Protocol.
Eager to prove himself to Stark, Parker convinced Leeds to disable the protocol despite his friend's misgivings. And then Parker left to pursue Vulture's gang. When he donned the suit, Spider-Man discovered that the suit was harboring an A.I. After introducing herself, Spider-Man learned about the suit's full capabilities such as an heads-up display and many more advanced web-shooter combinations.
He found Vulture's gang near an empty gas station. Using the suit's advanced function to overhear their conversation, Spider-Man learned that Vulture intend to steal confiscated alien tech from trucks of Damage Control. Spider-Man went after the truck and confronted Vulture when he was about to leave. They fought and the fight resulted in Spider-Man getting trapped inside the truck. Spider-Man accidentally knocked himself unconscious when he banged his roof against the ceiling in his hasty attempt to escape.
Trapped in Damage Control's Safe House
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Sometime later, Spider-Man woke up. The A.I. informed Spider-Man that he was inside a Damage Control safe-house and will not be able to leave until morning. At first, he tried to force the door open to no avail. Deciding to wait it out, he spent some time learning the different web-shooter combinations such as web-bomb and web-net. This even included making a hammock from his web-shooters and giving the A.I. a name: Karen. Spider-Man talked to her about his feelings for Liz Toomes.
Eventually, he grew impatient and he went on to explore, searching through the Vulture's duffel bag he left behind. Finding another purple Chitauri power core, Karen told Spider-Man that power core will explode if exposed to enough radiation. Horrified and knowing that Leeds had a power core with him, Spider-Man immediately began to try to get himself out of the safehouse.
Working together with Karen, Spider-Man tried to manually open the door by tinkering with the fuse box. After a lot of effort and different combination, Spider-Man managed to open the door and immediately began making his journey back to Washington D.C.
Washington Monument Rescue
- "Hey, don't worry. I got you."
"Yes! Yes, yes, yes!"
"Hey, Big Guy! Quit movin' around!"
"So sorry, sir. So sorry."
- ―Spider-Man and Ned Leeds
Spider-Man soon managed to track his friends to the Washington Monument and reached the place just as the power core exploded. Karen informed him that his friends were trapped inside the Monument elevator. The elevator was damaged and would plummet to the ground floor in a short amount of time. Spider-Man immediately began to crawl on the monument and tried to reach the top as quickly as he can.
His rescue attempt gained the attention of the local authority. Spider-Man tried to explain the situation to them but they instead started to demand Spider-Man to leave the monument and get back on the ground on the threat of being shot.
Despite the threats, Spider-Man ignored them and managed to enter the monument by breaking through the windows. He barely managed to get inside in time to hold the elevator with his Web-Shooters as it started to plummeted to the ground. Spider-Man managed to save his schoolmates who were trapped in the elevator.
Back to New York
- "What happened to your voice?"
"What do you mean, 'What happened to my voice?'"
"I heard you by the bridge, I know what a girl sounds like."
"I'm not a girl! I'm a boy! I mean, I'm a man!"
- ―Aaron Davis and Spider-Man
In the wake of the events of Washington, D.C., Parker returned back to New York City. He reunited with Aunt May who was worried for his safety. Thanks to his heroic actions, Spider-Man was hailed as a hero in his school. However, due to Parker's recent skipping of classes, he got into detention for his action. Ignoring the detention, Parker left and returned home to immediately resume his hunt for Vulture.
He learned from Karen that the Spider-Man Suit has recorded everything he did while wearing it. Reviewing back to the day of the aborted weapons deal, he learned the identity of the buyer was Aaron Davis and went to confront him. At Karen's suggestion, he put on intimidation mode which amplified his voice into an intimidating one.
Spider-Man confronted Davis in a parking lot. He webbed his hand onto his car bonnet. Spider-Man attempts to intimidate Davis failed as the man already heard his voice several nights ago. Disabling the voice amplifier after some teasing, Spider-Man asked for Vulture's location. Grateful for saving him the other night and caring for his nephew's safety, Davis informed Spider-Man about another weapons deal that will take place on Staten Island Ferry.
- "The illegal weapons ferry was at 10:30! You missed it!"
Following Aaron Davis' lead, Spider-Man sneaked into the ferry and went looking for Vulture. He learned that they were about to deal with a criminal named Mac Gargan to which Karen provided information about.
During his scouting, Tony Stark called Parker with the intention of apologising for not answering his calls and having Parker instead try to speak with Happy Hogan. While Stark was still speaking to him however, he could see that Randy Vale was preparing to hand over the Chitauri weapons to Gargan and the other criminals, so Spider-Man was forced to hang up on the annoyed Stark in order to focus on his targets before it was too late and Gargan got away.
Spider-Man interrupted the deal and began fighting the crew and Gargan. Spider-Man fought against Herman Schultz who has gained possession of the Shocker's Gauntlet from Jackson Brice and then attempted to strike him with it. Spider-Man managed to defeat them, knocking Gargan overboard and trapping Schultz's arm but was then interrupted by FBI who began arresting everyone including Spider-Man who they mistook for Gargan's ally, much to his surprise as he tried to insist that he was not the criminal in this situation.
This distraction was all the Vulture needed to don his suit and began attacking Spider-Man and the FBI. While Spider-Man protected and saved the agents from the villain's attacks, Vulture freed his men and urged them to escape. Another fierce fight ensued as Vulture tried to kill Spider-Man with his advanced weaponry. Spider-Man countered by using his new Web-Shooters advanced function to even the odds, webbing Vulture to a car in an attempt to slow him down.
Vulture managed to free himself of Spider-Man's webs by cutting through them with his wings and continued attacking him. Eventually, the fight resulted in Vulture's Chitauri alien weapon malfunctioning. Spider-Man tried to webbed the weapon up only for the Vulture to say he was dealing with things he did not understand. The weapon then exploded and cut the ferry in half. Vulture escaped as Spider-Man desperately tried to save the people inside the ferry.
Karen quickly calculated the strongest points of the ship and Spider-Man quickly went to work by webbing the strongest points together. Using his web-shooter and his own enhanced speed, Spider-Man seemingly managed to hold the ship together only to learn that his missed one spot and the ship starts collapsing. In desperation, Spider-Man webbed and painfully held both halves of the ship by himself in a herculean effort to save the ship.
Then Spider-Man noticed that the ship wasn't sinking anymore and it stopped being painful to hold the ship together. Iron Man revealed himself and has come to rescue the civilians.He quickly rebuilds the ship by reforging the cutlines. After that, he took Spider-Man away to have a private talk.
Losing His New Suit
Stark talked to Parker. He admonishing him for his reckless actions that would have resulted in innocent people dying. Parker countered that he tried to warn Stark of the danger of Vulture but he refused to listen to him. He further said that if Stark would be here in person if he actually cared. Stark stepped out of the suit and answered that he did listen to Parker. Stark told Parker that he was the only one who believed in him in spite of everyone else believed he was crazy to recruit a kid. He was the one who tipped the FBI about the Vulture and they would have succeeded if it wasn't for Parker's action.
Then Stark demanded the suit back. Parker tearfully protested and pleaded that he was nothing without the suit and that it was all he had. Stark replied that if he was really so depended on the suit then he wasn't worthy of it. Stark returned Parker home and gave him a t-shirt to wear.
Once home he found May frustrated and worried for him. She has been calling everywhere for Peter's whereabouts and she learned that Peter has been skipping classes and detention. She demanded to know what he has been doing. In tears, Peter covered it up by explaining that he lost his 'Stark Internship'. May believed him and comforted her nephew.
Demoralized by the recent events and having lost his suit, Parker returned to his daily life and put his superhero activities on hold. With the upcoming homecoming celebration coming soon, Parker prepared himself for the celebration. In school, he met Toomes. He talked to her and learned that she had been too busy handling the celebration to find a date. Parker took the chance to ask her out and she accepted.
Delighted, Peter asked May for help to help him dress for the celebration which included learning how to make a tie. On the evening for Homecoming, May drove Peter to the Toomes Residence.
Parker headed to the residence and rang the doorbell, nervously waiting for Toomes' parents to open the door. To his shock, the man who opened the door was Adrian Toomes who was none other than Vulture. Having previously seen Toomes' face during their most recent skirmish, Parker was on guard as Toomes politely welcomed him inside the residence.
Parker tried to hide his displeasure from Toomes as well as the revelation that his date's father was the man he has been hunting all this time. After awkwardly taking some picture with Liz, Toomes drove the two to the celebration. During their drive to the school, Parker listened as Toomes explained to her father about Parker and his disappearance during Washington D.C. Toomes was able to deduce that Parker was Spider-Man based on this information as well as the similarity with Parker's voice.
Stopping outside the school, Toomes told his daughter to get inside first while he has a 'dad's talk' with Parker. Once alone, Toomes showed his color and asked Parker if Liz knew to which Parker declined. Toomes warned Parker to stay away from his business. He told Parker that he was grateful that he saved his daughter's life and for that, he gave him one chance to walk away with his life. Toomes gave Parker one final warning that if he chose to pursue him, he will kill him and everyone he loved.
As Parker began headed toward the celebration, he was in deep misgivings. He could stay and be with Toomes, which was what he wanted. But that would mean leaving Vulture to steal alien tech which would mean more weapons that will inevitably result in innocent people dying. He could go off and pursue Vulture but that would mean Toomes would lose her father. Ultimately Parker chose his responsibility as Spider-Man. He entered the celebration and apologized to Toomes, telling her that she deserves better and then left her.
Parker went to grab his home-made suit that he has stashed beneath the lockers. Hastily putting on the suit, Spider-Man went outside only to be ambushed by Shocker. Spider-Man was unprepared for his presence and his enemy's attack caused him to lose his web-shooter putting him at a disadvantage. Shocker relentless kept attacking Spider-Man, smashing him through school buses. On the ground, Spider-Man asked why Vulture send him here, to which Shocker replied that he'll never know.
Before Shocker could hit him again, Spider-Man was saved by the timely arrival of Leeds who stopped Shocker's attack with the web-shooter. Immediately taking the advantage, Spider-Man defeated Shocker and webbed him against a school bus. Spider-Man informed Leeds about Vulture's true identity and told him to call Happy Hogan and to track his phone. And then Spider-Man went off.
Spider-Man stopped Thompson who was on his way home with his date. He stopped him and demanded him to get out of the car. He then drove away in Thompson's car.
- "Come on, Peter! Come on, Spider-Man! Come on, Spider-Man!"
- ―Spider-Man lifting the debris
With Leeds help, Spider-Man managed to track Toomes to an old warehouse. He went inside and found him standing near a working table. Toomes said that he admired Spider-Man's determination and offered to work together. Spider-Man refused and webbed his hands onto the table. He demanded to know why Toomes could do this to his family. He replied that he was only doing his crimes for them. Spider-Man insisted that selling weapons were wrong. Toomes countered that men like Stark earned their fortune by selling weapons and there was no difference between him and Stark. Spider-Man asked why he was telling him this.
Then Toomes revealed that he can remotely control his suit and his wings seemingly began attacking Spider-Man. He dodged all of the attacks and taunted Toomes only for him to reply that he wasn't aiming at him. The wings smashed through the last supporting beam of the warehouse and debris collapsed upon Spider-Man. Vulture dons his suit and left him to die.
Beneath the rubble, Parker was trapped between two big debris. Unable to move and barely able to breathe, Parker desperately cried for someone to help him, only for his plea for help going unanswered. Struggling and in pain, Parker spotted his mask in the water and his own reflection. Remembering Stark's word, Parker finally understands what his mentor meant. With or without the suit, he was Spider-Man.
Encouraged by this realization, Spider-Man regained his resolve and began to painfully push the rubble off of him. Finally, he broke free of his entrapment and determinedly pursued Vulture.
Spider-Man managed to find Vulture. He webbed on to him as he flown toward the Stark Cargo Plane. Unaware of his presence, Vulture continued his hijacking. Crawling on the plane, Spider-Man attempted to remove Vulture's wings that were covering the hole he made. It wasn't long before Vulture learned about his presence and another fierce fight happened in the sky.
Lacking his new suit's advanced capabilities, Spider-Man could only improvise and dodged Vulture's relentless attacks. Their fight resulted in extensive damage to the cargo plane. When Spider-Man realized that the plane was about to crash into New York City, he used his webs and strength to change the crashing to the beach of Coney Island instead.
He succeeded and the plane crashed into the beach.
Exhausted and injured, Spider-Man was forced to take off his mask to breath. Without the mask, his senses overwhelmed him and allowed Vulture take him by surprise. Despite the damage on his adversary's suit, Vulture maintained the advantage and brutally attacked Spider-Man.
Despite Spider-Man best effort to defend himself, already exhausted, unable to focus and no nearby tall buildings to web onto, Vulture heavily injured him. Holding him up with his wings, Vulture was about to kill him when he spotted a nearby crate. He then left Spider-Man on the ground and went to grab it instead. Spider-Man noticed that Vulture's wings were about to explode and tried to save him.
Finally, Vulture's wings exploded and crashed back down to the ground in flames. Spider-Man went into the flames and managed to find and save Toomes. He then webbed him to the remaining cargo and watched from afar as the police went to arrest Toomes.
Hero of New York
Rejecting the Avengers
With the Vulture finally defeated, everything began to return back to normal. However, with Toomes arrested and his crimes revealed, Liz Toomes and her mother decided to move to Oregon. In the decathlon team meeting, they revealed Toomes would be replaced by Michelle Jones. During the meeting, Parker got a text from Happy Hogan to meet in the bathroom. Parker excused himself and met him. Having apologised for ignoring him and not treating him seriously, Hogan thanked Parker for saving the Stark Cargo Plane from the Vulture.
Hogan then took Parker to the New Avengers Facility where Parker marveled at the advanced technology that the facility possessed and met with Tony Stark who was waiting for him. Stark apologized for taking away Parker's suit though he was quick to add that he had it coming. He then admitted that he was wrong about Parker's capabilities and that he was worthy to join The Avengers. Stark displayed a new Spider-Man Suit. He told him that if Parker was ready, he would introduce the world to the newest member of the Avengers, Spider-Man.
While Parker was excited at the prospect of joining the Avengers and working with his mentor, his conflict with the Vulture has given him a newfound maturity and he knew that he had more to learn before he was ready. Parker politely declines Stark's offer and simply stated that he prefers to stay 'on the ground' for the time being and be 'a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man'. His mentor respected his decision. As Parker was about to leave, he turned and asked if this was simply a secret test of character, Stark replied that it was and he passed. Unknown to Parker, Stark was serious about his desire to add Parker to the team.Back home, he found that Stark had returned his second suit. Excited, Spider-Man put on the suit again, ready to resume his heroics. Unknown to him at first, May saw him put on the suit.
- "When you can do the things that I can, but you don't... and then the bad things happen, they happen because of you."
- ―Peter Parker to Tony Stark
Outside of his Spider-Man alter ego, Parker lives the life of a normal 15-year-old high school student. He cares deeply for his Aunt May. He is a very intelligent science enthusiast, capable of inventing and building his own web-shooters. He gathers both science and comic books in his room, along with his Spider-Man costume, which he hides in a tiny hatch above the ceiling.
Parker is a friendly but shy and awkward individual; he is happy to talk but often stumbles on his own words in a conversation. As opposed to Iron Man or Captain America, Parker makes it a point to keep his identity secret since if such knowledge was made public his aunt would be worried sick and he would have major trouble with the law on the grounds of vigilantism. He even restrained Tony Stark with webbing when Stark implied to tell his aunt his identity.
Parker is also highly impressionable towards figures of authority, which is likely due to his young age and inexperience. An example of this was towards Captain America, when asked about why he was fighting, Parker stated that it was because Stark had said that Rogers was in the wrong, while he had no opinion of his own on the matter. Parker was also very excited to be in a fight with other superheroes, to the point where people on both Captain America's and Iron Man's teams were asking how old he is, due to his child-like behavior during the airport battle. As such, he was also the least experienced fighter at the airport battle.
A neophyte to being a superhero, Parker idolizes Iron Man and sees him as a role model, he even admires and has respect for Tony Stark, even when the latter contemplated telling Aunt May his identity which he was strongly against. Through his first official mission as Spider-Man, Parker showed a strong desire to impress the other superheroes and prove his worth, especially towards Iron Man. As Spider-Man, Parker is courageous and capable, being able to come up with clever strategies due to his scientific expertise. He frequently annoys his enemies with fast-talking humor and quipping, prompting members of both Captain America's faction and Iron Man's to ask how old he was during the Clash of the Avengers.
During his fledgling career as a superhero, Peter was shown to be stressing over his jokes and trying to make a lasting impression on people. He does value life, ordering Karen to not make him kill anyone when he activated his 'advanced combat mode'. He even risked his own life to save the Vulture from an explosion and resulting fire, despite the Vulture attempting to kill him and possessing knowledge of his secret identity.
Powers and Abilities
- "Look at you go. Wow, nice catch! 3000 pounds, 40 miles an hour? It's not easy, you got mad skills."
- ―Tony Stark on the video of Spider-Man catching a car.
- Spider Physiology: After having been bitten by a genetically altered spider, Peter Parker has now gained the proportionate powers of a spider.
- Wall-Crawling: Spider-Man can adhere to walls, ceilings, and other surfaces in order to scale them and had said that he does not use any adhesive gloves or fabrics to do it. This ability allows him to stick to almost any surface when willing himself to, as physical contact with said surfaces creates a locking connection necessary to support his body, even when he is inverted above the ground. Alternatively, Peter could make individual portions of his body adhesive, which allowed him to stick his foot onto the chest of a bank robber to fling him into a wall.
- Superhuman Strength: Spider-Man has considerable superhuman strength, due to it being the proportional strength of a spider. Although he is relatively untrained, his strength alone is sufficient enough to catch a 1.4-ton car that was moving at 40 miles an hour when it was just inches away from hitting a bus. He was also able to casually overpower the Winter Soldier and his cybernetic arm, to break through a bulletproof glass window with only a few blows, as well as to support the weight of a jet bridge that weighs about 30 tons, though the latter visibly strained him to do so. Also, Spider-Man was ultimately able to lift the considerable portion of a concrete roof that Vulture had collapsed on top of him, though doing so painfully strained him.
- Superhuman Speed: Spider-Man can move faster than an ordinary human and is adept at dodging quickly. His speed has allowed him to casually catch the Winter Soldier's bionic arm before it could even punch him. During the Avengers Civil War, Spider-Man was able to outrun Black Widow, as well as evade Scarlet Witch's telekinetic attacks.
- Superhuman Durability: Spider-Man's body is physically resistant towards impact force, as he has taken a punch from Winter Soldier and a spinning air kick from Captain America, without any serious injuries. Additionally, Spider-Man easily endured a collision with Falcon's Redwing flying at full force and a strike from Captain America's Shield, as well as being backhanded across the airport from a gigantic Ant-Man, falling unharmed from from several stories in the process. Indeed, Peter only sustained a black eye from the entire Clash of the Avengers and was able to pass it off as a result of bullies at school while telling his Aunt May. Moreover, Spider-Man survived Vulture collapsing a considerable portion of a concrete roof on top of him, with only minor injuries. However, according to Karen, even Spider-Man would not be able to survive a fall from the top of Washington Monument. He later survives a plane crash and falls from the inside of the Washington Monument, and after his injuries, he recovered faster than a human would.
- Superhuman Agility: Spider-Man is superhumanly agile, capable of swinging around on thin spider-webbing and jumping great distances without difficulty. His bones, muscles, and joints have more elastic strength and durability, allowing him to perform gymnastic and contortionist maneuvers without damaging his bone structure. He used his agility to outmaneuver and beat both Winter Soldier and Falcon, to dodge most of the Vulture's attacks, and to even dodge the many cars that Scarlet Witch telekinetically hurled at him.
- "When whatever happened, happened; it's like my senses have been dialed to eleven. There's just way too much input."
- ―Peter Parker to Tony Stark
- Enhanced Senses: Spider-Man's senses are greatly enhanced, with him describing them as being "dialed to eleven". Hence, Peter is able to sense potentially things shortly before they occur. For example, an object is being thrown at Spider-Man he will usually be aware of it, even if it is hurled from far away and he is facing the opposite direction.
- Enhanced Vision: Spider-Man's sense of sight is superhuman, to the point that he is forced to wear dark goggles to prevent it from handicapping him in a battle.
- Superhuman Reflexes: Spider-Man's brain responds to stimuli at an accelerated rate, alerting him to dangers around him. This allows him to effectively dodge and counter incoming attacks in combat. Peter was able to catch the small cartridge of web fluid tossed to him by Tony Stark, even though he was facing the away from him. This awareness functions on a subconscious level, thus alerting Spider-Man of dangers he cannot readily notice at first. He's also able to dodge Vulture's Exo-Suit at full speed. During the Skirmish on the Staten Island Ferry, he sensed someone coming his way and he webbed him up.
- Gifted Intelligence: Peter Parker is a highly intelligent science enthusiast, with aptitudes in chemistry, physics, and engineering, developing a highly advanced chemical compound into a silk-like material and constructed his own web-shooters (the sophistication of it impressed Tony Stark). As Spider-Man, he can also come up with witty and incredibly annoying quips and references, much to his allies and enemies' irritation. In addition, he was a valued member of the Midtown School of Science and Technology academic decathlon team, with Liz Toomes claiming that Peter was its most intelligent member.
- Tactician: Parker uses the laws of physics to his advantage in battle, notably when he let Iron Man and War Machine know of his plan to tie up Ant-Man's legs, after which they knocked the immobilized giant down. Peter is still relatively inexperienced, however, since he asked Iron Man for advice during the Avengers Civil War, and later consistently asked for Karen's assistance in taking down Vulture and his gang.
- Combatant: Ever since he fought crime for six months, Peter's style of combat is somewhat instinctive and improvised. It emphasizes the use of his superhuman strength, speed, agility, and web-shooters. Hence, Peter uses quick, powerful attacks and agile movements while firing his spider-webs to immobilize his enemies. However, he is not skilled in martial arts and often gets distracted while in combat. Despite his inexperience, Spider-Man easily defeated both Falcon and Winter Soldier, who are military-trained hand-to-hand combatants. Spider-Man was also able to temporarily hold his own against the far more experienced Captain America.
- Master Acrobat: Due to his superhuman agility, Spider-Man can perform acrobatic moves. Hence, he was able to accurately shoot a string of webbing at Captain America's Shield then catch it while jumping in the air and land over a vehicle.
- Skilled Marksman: Spider-Man possesses extremely keen eyesight, and is able to accurately utilize his Web-Shooters to neutralize his targets during his crime-fighting. He was capable of ensnaring Captain America's hands and strip him of his shield, mid-air, executing it all at high speed.
- Trilingualism: Peter speaks his native English, as well as some Spanish, studying the language in school with success. He can also speak and understand enough Italian to know a quip Delmar was making about his Aunt May.
- "How'd you find me? You put a tracker in my suit or something?"
"I put everything in your suit."
- ―Spider-Man and Iron Man
- Spider-Man Suit: Parker originally wore a handmade suit while operating on the streets of New York City. Nothing more than red and blue spandex and a pair of goggles, this suit was created with the intention to help Parker to conceal his identity and keep his superhuman senses in check. Parker would later use an upgraded and more refined suit, which was designed by Tony Stark to focus his superhuman senses.The new suit also included moving eyepieces that resemble camera shutters to filter out stimuli while in use.
- Utility Belt: The suit has a utility belt seamlessly integrated into it. It contains spare web fluid cartridges for Spider-Man's Web-Shooters.
- Spider-Drone: The spider emblem on the front of Parker's suit can detach and act as a tracking device. It has a drone mode allowing it to fly onto a target.
- GPS Tracking System: In his right Web-Shooter, Parker has a GPS tracking system with a holographic display, allowing him to follow his Spider-Drone.
- "You have 576 possible web-shooter combinations."
- Web-Shooters: A pair of wrist-mounted mechanical devices used by Spider-Man to project synthetic webbing. Parker invented the first pair while Tony Stark created a new and improved pair to go along with his new suit. Though, this new pair supplied by Stark merely involved technological improvements and a few new features while the overall mechanics and webbing itself Stark did not attempt to replace. The upgraded Web-Shooters come with selective web types and a laser targeting system for accuracy.
- Synthetic Webbing: Created by Peter Parker himself, this web-like organic chemical substance is meant to emulate the silk created by the common spider, while its composition and tensile strength are substantial enough to greatly impress Tony Stark himself. This synthetic spider silk is used by Parker to help swing around New York City, bind and tie up enemies, steal weapons, and make other useful applications. Spider-Man combines this synthetic web with agile movements to dodge enemy attacks and often targets the enemies' arms and legs to break their balance and immobilize them. The chemical compound was so durable that both Captain America and Winter Soldier had trouble breaking it, despite their enhanced strength.
- Spider-Signal: A red light emitted from Spider-Man's web-shooters, which Tony Stark added much to Parker's surprise and delight.
|Appearances for Peter Parker|
In chronological order:
- In the comics, Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider that granted him superpowers. He first used them for personal gain, but became a selfless superhero after the death of his uncle, Ben Parker.
- Peter Parker is a fan of the indie rock band Alt-J.
- Peter Parker is a Star Wars fan and a Lego collector. He has Lego models of the Death Star, an X-Wing fighter, and an AT-AT Walker. He also has Star Wars action figures, and he references The Empire Strikes Back during the Clash of the Avengers. Despite this, Tom Holland is not a big Star Wars fan and has never seen the original trilogy, though he did enjoy Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One, as well as the prequel trilogy when he was a child, which he is now embarrassed to admit.
- Tony Stark, Happy Hogan, Ned Leeds, Adrian Toomes and May Parker are the only people to know Spider-Man's secret identity.
- In Captain America: Civil War, Peter states that he has had his powers for 6 months. Since the Clash of the Avengers took place in June 2016, that would mean Peter received his powers around December 2015.
- Peter Parker is a fan of the Major League Baseball team the New York Mets, as seen by the baseball cap in his bedroom.
- According to May Parker, Peter loves larb chicken.
- Peter normally gets out of school at 2:45 pm.
- In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Peter uses a tan Jansport Backpack.
- Much like his Earth-92131 counterpart, this Spider-Man does not rely on his fists as he has not thrown a single punch since his appearance in Captain America: Civil War.
- The design of Parker's bedroom is different from it looks in Captain America: Civil War, than it is in Spider-Man: Homecoming. For example, in Civil War, Peter has a twin bed, while in Homecoming he has bunk beds.
- Peter is a member of his school's decathlon team.
- Peter used to be on his school's marching band, but later quit so that he could have more time to be Spider-Man; this also implies that he knows how to play an instrument.
- Peter is a dumpster diver, this is wear he found the old computer seen on his desk in Captain America: Civil War.
- Peter seems to be against killing his enemies, judging by how he reacted to when Karen activated the suits kill mode and how immediately ordered her to turn it off.
Behind the Scenes
- Tom Holland made audition tapes together with Jon Bernthal while filming Pilgrimage, both landing their roles of Peter Parker and Frank Castle respectively.
- Tom Holland learned that he had been cast as Spider-Man on Instagram: "I was actually having a really bad day, and I found out on Instagram. I was in my bed, I was scrolling through Instagram, and Marvel had posted a photo of Spider-Man. It said, 'Go to our website, and find out who it is'. I opened the screen, and then it said my name, and I went nuts."
- During his audition, Tom Holland mentioned that Robert Downey, Jr. gave him advice, saying "Listen, I remember my screen test for Iron Man. I remember how terrified I was. Just think of it as an audition. It's nothing too scary. If you get it wrong, we'll just start again. No pressure.".
- Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the fifth live-action incarnation of the character, following incarnations portrayed by Nicholas Hammond, Shinji Todō, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield.
- Tom Holland has stated that while he has not been in contact with either of them, he will take inspiration in his performance from both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's incarnations of Spider-Man.
- Tom Holland mentioned that he has signed on for three Spider-Man movies and three other Marvel films bringing a total of six films in his contract.
- Asa Butterfield, Charlie Rowe, Judah Lewis, Matt Lintz and Charlie Plummer were the final contenders for Spider-Man with Rowe being the runner-up for the role.
- In Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man kicks but never punches. Holland noted it was a conscious decision to emphasize Peter's age: "Every decision we make on set is based off, 'How would a kid react in this situation?' so every fight scene we have is designed in a way that's almost child-friendly, so he never actually punches anyone. It's all done [by him] kind of by accident."
- In the Italian dubbing of the Iron Fist episode Eight Diagram Dragon Palm, Ward Meachum mentions Spider-Man when he compares Danny Rand's scaling of a building, instead of Daredevil.
- In an interview with the Huffington Post, Holland confirmed that the child that Iron Man rescues from the Hammer Drones in Iron Man 2 was, in fact, Peter Parker after "literally" having conversation with Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige "only 20 minutes ago". Jon Watts revealed in an interview with Uproxx that the boy retroactively revealed to be Parker was portrayed by Jon Favreau's son, Max Favreau.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 In Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker is 15 years old. As Rogers watches TV in Civil War, the Attack on the IFID Headquarters is stated to be "last month". The Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude also states that the Bombing of the Vienna International Centre is "one month later", after Lagos. WHiH gave the timeline date for the Lagos incident as May 3, 2016, putting the rest of the events of Captain America: Civil War in June. However, in Spider-Man: Homecoming, it jumps forward to "two months later," to the firm date of September 8, 2016. Assuming the 2 is rounded, this still works with June so long as it is very late June. It has to be as late as possible in June, but before school ended in New York on June 28th (1, 2), as Parker gets home from school and still has homework to do. In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Stark says that he took Parker for the "weekend," therefore making the date he picks up Parker Friday June 24th, and when he returns him the very early hours of Monday June 27th. These are the only dates which fit as being a weekend, before school ends, a rounded 2 months before September 8th, and still the month following the May 3, 2016 Lagos incident, as well as a loose (May to June) "one month" after the incident, thus placing Captain America: Civil War firmly around these dates. Therefore, with Parker's role beginning on June 24, 2016, he has to have been born at the latest on June 23, 2001. In Spider-Man: Homecoming he is still said to be "15", and that film ends on September 26, 2016 (the Monday following the homecoming dance on September 23rd), therefore meaning Parker was born at the earliest on September 27, 2000. So, Parker's birthday is in the region of September 27, 2000-June 23, 2001.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Spider-Man: Homecoming director confirms Peter Parker's Iron Man 2 cameo
- ↑ Tom Holland confirms Infinity War appearance
- ↑ Marvel's Kevin Feige on Why the Studio Won't Make R-Rated Movies, 'Guardians 2' and Joss Whedon's DC Move
- ↑ Tom Holland confirms Homecoming trilogy
- ↑ Spider-Man mentioned in Italian dub of Iron Fist
- ↑ Spider-Man: Homecoming – Uncle Ben’s Role Revealed
- ↑ Iron Man 2
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 Captain America: Civil War
- ↑ Ant-Man
- ↑ Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude
- ↑ 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 Spider-Man: Homecoming
- ↑ Captain America: Civil War Post-credits Scene
- ↑ Spider-Man: Homecoming#Synopsis
- ↑ 'Spider-Man' Star Tom Holland Admits He's Never Seen 'Empire Strikes Back'
- ↑ In Captain America: Civil War, Parker tells Stark, "I've had these powers for 6 months." The date of him saying this is reasoned as June 2016. The ending of Ant-Man is set shortly after he becomes Spider-Man. To appease both, there is a time jump of 4 months between Lang and Van Dyne's kiss and Wilson looking for Lang.
- ↑ EXCLUSIVE: Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland made audition tapes together to land The Punisher and Spider-Man roles
- ↑ Tom Holland found out about his Spider-Man casting on Instagram
- ↑ Tom Holland Learned He Got His 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Role From a Marvel Instagram Post
- ↑ THR: Tom Holland Explains Why His Spider-Man "Never Actually Punches Anyone"
- ↑ Vimeo: Spider-Man reference in the Italian dubbing of Iron Fist