Black Widow, along with half of Manhattan, receives viral spider powers in the animated series Marvel's Spider Man - Spider Island Part 2.
We don't see her use spidey-sense, but she slings web, crawls on walls, leaps high into the air and punches like a champion,
There is no inconsistency with her middle name if her name isn't following the general Russian naming convention. Her full name is, as we find out from Arnim Zola, Natalia Alianovna Romanoff, and Red Skull is simply saying that her father's name is Ivan, not that that is her middle name.
People do have different middle names from their parents' first names, ...
In the Ultimate Marvel universe/line of comics, the original (Natasha Romanova) Black Widow dies, and a couple of other characters take up the name while working for SHIELD.
One of the other characters who takes the name Black Widow is the Ultimate version of Spider-Woman, a female clone of Peter Parker who most definitely has spider powers.
As far as I'm aware Black Widow has never had physical Spider-Man-like powers. However, in Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 Issue 86 Black Widow upgrades her costume and equipment. As part of that process she upgrades her Widow's Line: an imitation of Spider-Man's web shooters.
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Her suits have also been shown to be able to cling to walls ...
In the MCU Nat doesn't really have a love interest, most of the time.She flirts with Cap in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and they kiss but that's just to avoid drawing attention to themselves.
Later on we see she's close to Hawkeye, however, that is a close friend friendship and not a love interest. She's even the only Avenger to know about ...
There is only one option regarding middle name in Russian (and in all Slavonian countries) - in fact it is patronymic but not a second name.
And it always equals to the [name of the FATHER] + [possessive ending] like "son of" "daughter of".
Regarding "Alianovna" - it sounds like a joke or might be a bad transcription. There is no such Slavonian name (at ...