Personal Info:
Real Name: Inapplicable
Also Known As: Spider-Man, Peter Parker, John Diaz
Place Of Birth: New York City
First Appearance: New Warriors Vol.1 #61 (1995) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: The Jackal, Scrier
Group Affiliation: Spider Society
Base Of Operations: The Jackal's Laboratory
Grudges: Spider-Man
Creators: J.M. DeMatteis and Mark Bagley
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Enhanced Abilities: Spidercide’s strength, endurance, reflexes and durability are all at super human levels.
Wall-Crawling: Like Spider-Man, Spidercide has the ability mentally control the atomic attraction between molecular boundary layers of most materials, allowing him to cling to almost any surface, thereby enabling him to climb up the sides of builds much like a spider can.
Spider Sense: Like Spider-Man, Spidercide has a spider sense that alerts him to immediate danger via a unique tingling sensation in the rear of his skull. This sense is connected somewhat to Spidercide's great reflexes, enabling him to avoid most types of attacks provided he has enough time to avoid them.
Molecular Structure: Spidercide has the ability to control his own body on a molecular level to an extensive degree. For example, he can extend his limbs or his body itself. He can also control the density of his bodily tissues, making him much more resistant to all forms of physical injury than he normally is enabling him to withstand even greater impact forces, falls from great heights, and high calibre bullets. He has also been known to transform his fists into hammers, spikes, turn himself partially into liquid, or to simulate the type of artificial webbing that Spider-Man once used.
Spidercide is a Peter Parker clone, Fine-tuned by his creator the Jackal (Miles Warren) to become what evolution would do to Spider-Man over 10,000 years. An amnesiac when accidentally released from his genetic canister, he later believed he was Peter Parker, that had been imprisoned for five years. Seeking to protect Mary Jane Watson-Parker against Kaine, Spider-Man (Peter Parker) and the Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly), Spidercide underwent a genetic transformation into a killing machine triggered by his rage. After an exploding propane truck apparently destroyed him, a Scriers cult member retrieved his remains, restoring him. He returned to the Jackal who costumed him, naming him Spidercide.
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