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I can tell you that just remembering that with great power comes great responsibility Peter Benjamin Parker of Earthalso known by his superhero alter-ego Spider-Manis a fictional comic book character who has appeared in all forms of Spider-Man media, and many comic book series published by Marvel Comics. He was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko.
Perhaps one of the key elements to Peter Parker's popularity is the fact that he's such a clearly defined character. In general, the Spider-Man comics hang out on the lighter end of the comic book spectrum. That's not to say the series doesn't go to dark places occasionally, but it's mostly kept from getting too dark and brooding for its own good.
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Superhero comics are full of kicking bad guy butt and doing important things like saving the world. But in a universe where everyone's wearing skin-tight spandex suits—some things are going to get weird. The Spider-Man comics are no exception, where the adventures of the amazing Spider-Man, Peter Parker, can get a little weird from time to time.
Copies of a newly released issue revealing Spidey as a half black and half Latino teen named Miles Morales have been flying off the shelves at stores like Midtown Comics. He's taking the role of a huge character. Marvel created an opportunity to debut Morales when it killed off its alternate version of Peter Parker.
Part of the charm of Spider-Man is that, unlike many other heroes, things don't always work out in his favor. As a superhero, things aren't much easier. Despite being a costumed hero in a city full of costumed heroes, Spider-Man is singled out by J Jonah Jameson as the target of bad press.