Super Amigos franchise. This includes any Superfriends or Super Powers material in the Spanish or Portuguese language. Although some material may be canon, others may be subject to dispute.
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|Real name:||Peter Parker|
|Base:||New York City|
Powers and Abilities
- Animal Mimicry: Peter's super powers are a mimicry of the abilities of spiders:
- Web-Shooters: These were wrist-mounted guns that blasted a sticky substance similar to the silk of spiders. He used them for a variety of purposes, such as entangling bad guys, and he also used them as ropes to swing from one building to the next.
- Hulk and Spider-Man (Super Heroes figures)
- Spider-Man (Super Powers figure)
- Spider-Man, Batman and Wonder Woman (Super Powers figures)
- Spider-Man & Doctor Octopus (Super Powers action figures)
- Batman (Super Heroes action figure) (card artwork only)
- Spider-Man (Super Amigos figure)
- Spider-Man (American Hero figure)
- It is reasonable to assume that Spidey did exist in this universe, because Anthony Stark did, as was established in a Superfriends comic, and also Hulk existed on this Earth as well, as was established in The Maniacal Computerhead (1979). Also the Daily Bugle, Peter Parker's place of employment in the comics, was also shown to exist on this Earth in Destroy the Defendroids (1988). Because of this, we have more than enough reason to assume that Spider-Man was a real person in the universe that the Superfriends existed in. Also, he has been shown interacting with other members of the Super Friends in various Super Friends products, such as on the packages of various Super Amigos and Super Powers branded Super Powers toys, indicating that he is not a fictional character in their universe, but rather a real person. The real reason they are never shown together in animated form is quite clear; because in the real world Spider-Man is owned by a rival of DC Comics.
- As seen in Superman's Dark Secret (2011).
- As seen in the comic story: Worlds in Limbo (1985).
- As seen on the back cover of a Super Amigos comic.
- The DC Database and certain other sources list this as an appearance by Peter Parker; although this is disputed, as despite his resemblance, that may have been a coincidence. This editor considers the possibility that it could have been supposedly Jimmy Olsen, but without his freckles and red hair.
- For more information about that Marvel comic book, click here.
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