I know this may not be an easy question to answer, but it occured to me... Over the years, Peter Parker has made a number of different types of webbing. Considering that the webbing is, more or less, artificial, Peter has tweaked it to have various effects for specific utilitarian reasons. going as far back as the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon, we have examples of Peter upgrading his webbing in various ways. Off of memory, I know he made some that was:
- Electricity proof
- Super stretchy without breaking
- Extra strong
- "Tempered" webbing that was "stronger than steel".
In the 1982 Spider-Man cartoon where he was up against a radioactive Sandman [thanks to some Martian soil], Spidey protected himself from electrocution via covering himself in a webbing that was "rubber based".
In Spider-Man: The Animated Series in order to defeat Hydroman, he created a "coagulating" web fluid.
And in various video games, he has had some form of "combustible" web fluid as well.
In the comics he's also had impact webbing which shoots out in projectiles.
So I was wondering... all totaled, how many different types of webbing does Spider-Man have, and what are their effects? Are there any variations which Peter carries regularly which we should know about?
If we have scans that can showcase them or examples from his various shows where they were used, we can create a list here, and then continue adding to it.