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In the 90's cartoon, which is the best TV animation he's ever been in[citation needed], he once mutated into Man-Spider: Man-Spider was the mutated form of Spider-Man. As explained by Dr. Curt Connors, it was the final stage of Spider-Man's initial genetic mutation. He ended up looking like this: Source: the wiki already linked above In this form he was ...


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Primitive urges that his human side had to overcome? That is pretty much the storyline for the issues around issue 19 in The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2. Issue 19 starts off with Mary Jane and Aunt May discussing the change in Peter as we see him changing at the same time. Click image to enlarge. With the "help" of Queen he actually ends up ...


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According to Spider-Man Deadpool issue #5, yes! It’s stated twice, from both Peter and Deadpool’s perspective, that while trapped in Tabula Rasa he ate insects— he frames it as something simply done to survive, but in Deadpool’s retelling he seems to think he enjoyed it, though whether that’s true or not is up for speculation. Take it how you will! Spider-...


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It depends what you mean by Spider-Man's nature emerging, and which Spider-Man you have in mind. Are you asking whether the 616 Spider-Man ever naturally developed primitive, spider-like urges, solely as a result of his spider-powers? If so, then the answer is no. If you're asking whether something like that has ever happened to him, irrespective of the ...


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Hulk fought Gladiator in The Incredible Hulk Annual (1997) ("Sins of the Father"). It starts out pretty evenly, with Gladiator taking the Hulk into space (where he nearly suffocates/freezes) and then uses his eyebeams (which Hulk acknowledges will kill him) but eventually Hulk beats him to a bloody pulp.


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As far as I'm aware, the only real fight between the Hulk and Gladiator took place in Incredible Hulk Annual 1997, but I wouldn't necessarily call it definitive for two main reasons. Firstly, the version of the Hulk featured in that issue wasn't a standard version. During the conclusion of the Onslaught storyline in the mid '90s, Bruce Banner and the Hulk ...


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One of the earliest incarnations of the web-slinger in television was Supaidaman: Rather than Peter Parker the student/freelance photographer, this one was a motorcycle racer called Takuya Yamashiro. Living his whole life in Japan and having been born decades ago, it is quite possible that Yamashiro at least once tried some ...


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I think there are two aspects to this question, "why did Thor go to Earth?" and then "how did he know to go to Wakanda?" The first is pretty clear and answerable but I'll include it to be complete, the second is still speculation but we can make some educated guesses. Why did Thor go to Earth? This is pretty clear cut, we know Thor knows ...


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