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Web-Shooters

Spider-Man swinging on the web from one of his Web-Shooters.[1]

Web-Shooters were invented by Peter Parker to be used as part of his Spider-Man costume.

These wrist-mounted devices were guns that fired not bullets, but rather a chemical substance similar to spider web.

This "spider web" allowed Spider-Man to swing from building to building, and it could also be used to entangle his enemies, such as Doctor Octopus and Green Goblin.

The web could also be used as a net to cushion a person's fall.

It could also be used in a manner grab a hold of someone, snatching them up out of harm's way.

Notes

  • Web-Shooters first appeared in Amazing Fantasy # 15 (August 1962).[2]
  • Web-Shooters existed in the Marvel Universe, but it's not entirely clear if they existed on Earth-One or not.[3]

References

  1. As seen on the card artwork of the Super Powers Collection Spider-Man action figure (1997).
  2. For more information about that Marvel comic book, click here.
  3. It is difficult to know for sure about this, because in various Super Powers and Mego products, Spider-Man has been shown alongside DC Comics superheroes such as Batman, Robin and Superman. This implies they are from the same reality, but it might be some sort of interdimensional adventure. There's not enough data to know for sure though. It is worth noting however, that Tony Stark, better known as Iron Man was referenced in the Super Friends comic, and as such, he definitely exists on Earth-One. Hulk was also shown in an episode of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show. That means it's possible that other Marvel characters exist on Earth-One as well, but we can only assume. Still, to add more confusion, the card artwork of the Spider-Man/Doc Ock two-pack is from the cover of DC vs. Marvel # 4, which featured an interdimensional crossover story, establishing that the characters from DC Comics are indeed from a different universe than the characters of Marvel Comics. But even still, this proves nothing, as different versions of characters are known to exist as doppelgängers from other Earths.

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