Spider-Man, also known as Peter Parker, first appeared in “Amazing Fantasy” in 1962, created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko.


Peter Parker gained his spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider during a science experiment.


Spider-Man made his first animated appearance in the 1967 TV series “Spider-Man.”

Tobey Maguire was the first actor to portray Spider-Man in a live-action film, starring in Sam Raimi’s trilogy in the early 2000s.


Spider-Man’s iconic web-swinging ability is not a natural power; he created web-shooters that he wears on his wrists.

The web-fluid used in Spider-Man’s web-shooters is a creation of his own invention and has various settings, including a rapid-fire option.


Spider-Man is known for his witty banter and humor during battles with villains, showcasing his unique personality.


Gwen Stacy was Spider-Man’s first love interest, but tragically, she met her demise in “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 1973.


The symbiotic alien costume that eventually becomes Venom first appeared in “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 1984.

Spider-Man joined the Avengers in “Avengers” #1 in 1963, making him one of the earliest members of the team.


Miles Morales, an Afro-Latino teenager, became Spider-Man in the “Ultimate Fallout” comic series in 2011.


Spider-Man has one of the most iconic rogues’ galleries in comics, including villains like Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Venom.