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Spider-Slayer - Mark I
 
Spider-Slayer - Mark I
 
Personal Info:
 
Real Name: Inaplicable
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Place Of Birth: Inaplicable
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Group Affiliation: Spider-Slayers
Base Of Operations: New York City
Grudges: Spider-Man
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Powers:
 
The Spider-Slayer is a robot built in a general humanoid form. All functions of the robot are remotely controlled from a portable control panel up to a range of five miles. The controller can see, hear, and speak through the robot's face, which is a video screen that shows the controller's face.
Body Armour: The Spider-Slayer’s metallic body provides some protection from physical and energy attacks. The surface is amazingly slick, making it immune to Spider-Man's webbing.
Detection: The Spider-Slayer can detect arachnids or creatures with spider-like abilities.
Entanglement: The Spider-Slayer can stretch its arms and legs to attack non-adjacent targets. There are also 20 small holes in the chest of the Slayer. Each hole contains a steel cable, which can be extended from the robot's chest to entangle any single target within the same area as the robot.
 
Origins:
 
The Spider-Slayers are robots designed to hunt and either capture or kill the hero known as Spider-Man. Each robot is equipped with powers meant to nullify or overcome the superhuman abilities of Spider-Man. The Mark I Slayer was designed by Spencer Smythe, an inventor who sold several of his deadly machines to J. Jonah Jameson, the editor of the Daily Bugle and a man who often has a grudge against Spider-Man.
 
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