"...with great power comes great responsibility, right? Oh, come on! Spider-Man?"
Connor Hawke to Mia Smoak[src]

"Spider-Man" is a fictional superhero character on Earth-1.


Spider-Man was a prominent superhero whose powers include sticking to surfaces, sometimes using webs.[1] The character had a movie franchise on Earth-1, as Cisco Ramon is a fan of Spider-Man 2, in which Spider-Man fought a madman whose innovations warped his brain.[2]

Spider-Man was known by the iconic phrase, "with great power, comes great responsibility", which continued to be referenced in 2040.[3]

Ralph Dibny is implied to have read a Spider-Man comic book, which is what inspired him to use his arms to swing across buildings when he goes with Iris West-Allen to rescue Barry Allen.[4]

Powers and abilities


"Okay, so do you want to tell me what's really bothering you?"
"My Spidey-Sense is just tingling way off the charts."
Iris West-Allen and Barry Allen[src]
  • Spider physiology: Spider-Man has the genetic abilities of a spider.
    • Superhuman strength: Spider-Man is far stronger than an ordinary human, able to easily lift ten times his bodyweight.
    • Wallcrawling: When making contact with surfaces, Spider-Man can make himself stick completely to the object without sliding off.
    • Web generation: Spider-Man can shoot webs out of his subdermal wrist gland.
    • Spider-Sense: Spider-Man has an ability called "Spider-Sense" (sometimes also named "Spidey-Sense") that alarms him to incoming immediate dangers.


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