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This article is about Spider-Man from the Sam Raimi film series. For other Spider-Man incarnations, check out the disambiguation.
Hero Overview

Who am I? You sure you want to know? The story of my life is not for the faint of heart. If somebody said it was a happy little tale... if somebody told you I was just your average ordinary guy, not a care in the world... somebody lied. But let me assure you, this like any story worth telling, is all about a girl. That girl. The girl next door. Mary Jane Watson. The woman I've loved since before I even liked girls. I'd like to tell you that's me next to her. Aw, heck, I'd even take him.
~ Peter Parker at the beginning of the first movie; The first words in the entire trilogy.
Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: "With great power comes great responsibility." This is my gift, my curse. Who am I? I'm Spider-Man.
~ Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man at the end of the first movie; The last lines of the first movie.
Not everyone is meant to make a difference, but for me, the choice to live an ordinary life is no longer an option.
~ Peter Parker.
Whatever comes our way...whatever battle is raging inside us, we always have a choice. My friend Harry taught me that. He chose to be the best of himself. It’s the choices that make us what we are...and we can always choose to do what's right.
~ Peter Parker at the end of the third movie; The last words in the entire trilogy.

Spider-Man (real name Peter Benjamin Parker) is the titular protagonist of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy and a major character in the 2021 film Spider-Man: No Way Home.

He was a high school student who was bitten by a genetically altered "super" spider while on a school field trip. Endowed with the proportionate powers and abilities of a spider and following his uncle's tragic death, he intended to use his abilities for good; thus becoming the crime-fighting superhero to the public, Spider-Man.

He was portrayed by Tobey Maguire (who also played David in Pleasantville, Sam Cahill in Brothers, Nick Carraway in The Great Gatsby, and also voiced Tim Templeton in Boss Baby.) in all three films and the actor reprised the role in the video game counterparts and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe 2021 film Spider-Man: No Way Home.


No matter what I do, no matter how hard I try. The ones I love will always be the ones who pay.
~ Peter Parker.

Peter Parker, as Spider-Man, is shown to be a brave and righteous hero with an indomitable sense of justice and responsibility. Since the death of his wise and beloved Uncle Ben, Peter's vow of responsibility had led him to a path of heroism and humanitarian. To those in the authorities, Spider-Man was shown to be an outlaw and vigilante, someone just as dangerous as those he brought in. This was because the authorities mistrust Spider-Man at first, due to his vigilantism, but he continued to fight crime in New York City.

Over the years, Spider-Man gradually became respected by the authorities, those are the NYPD and NYFD, as well as the citizens of New York City, despite J. Jonah Jameson considering him as a masked menace on the Daily Bugle newspaper. Spider-Man is individualistic as he works by himself, this was caused when he was a social outcast in his youth. This had gradually lessened when he became best friends with Harry Osborn and then the boyfriend of Mary Jane.

Peter was originally shy and awkward towards his life-long crush Mary Jane Watson, as he had a hard time talking to her and making conversations with her. Since he didn't want her to get hurt by his enemies, he wanted to be friends with her, but after Mary Jane discovers his superhero identity, she decides to be with him no matter what risks can be caused.

When the Venom Symbiote bonded to him, it unleashed his dark and vengeful side when he fought Sandman in the subway in a relentless way. The suit possessed him which made him beat up Harry at his penthome after he blackmailed Mary Jane to "break up" with him and taunted him how his dad saw him as a failure, including throwing a pumpkin bomb at him, disfiguring the right side of Harry's face. Under the influence of the symbiote, he temporarily became arrogant and aggressive when he revealed Eddie Brock's fake photos to the Daily Bugle, getting him fired and unintentionally striked Mary Jane at the Jazz Club. He realized that the symbiote was controlling him, making his friends suffer the same way it did it for Peter. He did the right thing of rejecting and getting rid of the symbiote in a church, returning back to his true personality.

After defeating Venom and Sandman along with the death of his best friend Harry Osborn, Peter realizes that whatever battle-raging inside himself and everyone he loves, he and his loved ones always had a choice. This was when Harry taught him and he will always choose to do what was right. Peter has a caring side when near the end of Spider-Man 3, he eventually decided that it was time to mend his relationship with Mary Jane, which she returned as the two rekindled their romance and were back as a couple.

In Spider-Man No Way Home, Peter had become the most experienced out of all his counterparts due to all the years he spent as being Spider-Man. Parker had fought the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Sandman, the New Goblin, and Venom during those years, with each enemy testing his morals. Due to this, he is also the most mature of the three Spider-Men. Slightly more quiet and reserved but still nonetheless willing to joke and be lighthearted. He also possesses a strong sense of responsibility, as shown by how he still held guilt over indirectly causing his Uncle's death. As a result of the events he has faced in his life, Parker developed a strict sense of justice and a code against killing people, including his own villains, as he stopped his counterpart from killing Norman Osborn out of revenge for him killing one of his loved ones as Green Goblin, because he knew deep down, there was still goodness within Osborn. The empathy he shows to his enemies is even sometimes reciprocated as is the case with Otto Octavius, with whom he is on very good terms with, as Octavius even helps the Spider-Men during their battle against the other villains.

Powers and Abilities


  • Spider Physiology: Due to being bitten by a genetically altered super spider, Peter Parker had now gained the proportionate powers of a spider. He has increased strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility, reflexes, healing, and highly acute senses. He has a "spider-sense" that alerts him to danger, produce organic webbing from his wrists and scale on walls. His powers include:
    • Spider-Sense: Spider-Man possesses precognitive danger senses, as he can quickly dodge any form of attacks just after sensing them; it warns him of impending danger by the manifestation of a tingling sensation in the base of his skull, and links with his superhuman kinesthetics, enabling him to evade most injuries unless he cognitively overrides his automatic reflexes. The precise nature of this sense is unknown. It appears to be a simultaneous clairvoyant response of phenomena - from falling safes to speeding bullets to thrown punches - which has given several hundredths of a second warning, which is sufficient time for his reflexes to allow him to avoid injury. The sense can also create a general response on the order of several hours: he can discern the nature of the threat by the sensation and the severity of the danger by the strength of his response to it. Spider-Man's spider-sense is directional and can guide him to or away from hidden or disguised weapons and enemies. Sudden and extreme threats can cause his spider-sense to react with painful intensity. The spider-sense also gives him psychological awareness of his surroundings, Spider-Man can also sense and dodge attacks directed randomly or by a computer. Using his spider-sense to time his enhanced reflexes, Spider-Man can casually dodge attacks up to and including automatic-weapons fire, even at point-blank. His spider-sense is sufficiently well-linked to his reflexes to the point that a threat can trigger them even when Spider-Man is asleep or stunned. His spider-sense has helped him preserve his secret identity since it alerts him to observers or cameras when changing into or out of his costume. The spider-sense does not react to those who Peter does not consider to be a threat, such as Aunt May. Spider-Man can choose to ignore his spider-sense through intense concentration, though it gets difficult as more threatening the danger is, and it can lose some effectiveness if he is exhausted or distracted. Spider-Man's fighting style incorporates the advantage that his "spider-sense" provides him. His body begins to produce more adrenaline after the sense is triggered, an extension of the "fight or flight syndrome". Even that he does not have the use of his eyes, Spider-Man can still use his spider-sense to help him see by sensing the direction it is coming from by gauging on the intensity of the sense tingle in the relation of the direction he is moving. The spider-sense is also completely passive and endlessly uncontrollable.
    • Superhuman Strength: Spider-Man possesses superhuman strength enabling him to lift approximately 20 tons. Spider-Man's physical strength is sufficient to lift and throw objects as heavy as most standard automobiles with ease. He must also pull his punches and kicks unless fighting someone of similar or greater physical durability. Otherwise, his blows would prove fatal to a normal human being. Spider-Man's physical strength also extends into his legs, enabling him to be able to jump to a height of several stories in a single bound. Spider-Man has shown impressive feats of strength. Such as when he was able to hold a cable-car full of children with one arm and show no sign of stress. He was also able to send Flash Thompson flying many meters with a single punch. Also, Spidey was able to support the warehouse where Doctor Octopus was holding his secret experiment. Also, Spider-Man has managed to overpower multiple men with ease. And his strength temporarily increased when he was connected to the Venom Symbiote.
    • Superhuman Speed: Spider-Man can run and move at speeds that are beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete. Spider-Man moves faster than the eye can see.
    • Superhuman Stamina: Spider-Man's advanced musculature produces fewer fatigue toxins during physical activity than any ordinary human. This allows him to exert himself physically for much longer periods before fatigue begins to impair him. At his peak, Spider-Man can physically exert himself for several hours before the build-up of fatigue toxins in his blood begins to impair him.
    • Superhuman Durability: Spider-Man's body is physically tougher and more resistant to some types of injury than the body of any normal human. His body is more resistant to impact forces than anything else. He can withstand great impacts, such as falling from a height of several stories or being struck by an incredibly strong opponent, that would severely injure or kill a normal human with little to no discomfort.
    • Superhuman Agility: Spider-Man's equilibrium, dexterity, and flexibility are all enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete. Spider-Man is extraordinarily limber and his tendons and connective tissues are twice as elastic as the average human being's, despite their enhanced strength. He has the combined agility and acrobatic prowess of the most accomplished circus aerialists and acrobats. He can also perform any complicated sequence of gymnastic stunts such as flips, rolls, and springs. He can easily match or top any Olympic record at gymnastics apparatus such as flying rings, climbing ropes, horizontal bars, trampolines.
    • Superhuman Equilibrium: Spider-Man possesses the ability to achieve a state of perfect equilibrium in any position imaginable. He seems able to adjust his position by instinct, which enables him to balance himself on virtually any object, no matter how small or narrow.
    • Superhuman Endurance: Spider-Man's endurance is far beyond that of any normal human being, his pain tolerance, tenacity, vitality, and willpower is surpassed that of any normal human being.
    • Superhuman Flexibility: Spider-Man is more flexible than normal humans, He is able to bend his body in ways that normal humans would need have to train for years to do so.
    • Superhuman Reflexes: Spider-Man's reflexes are greater than normal humans; for example, he can dodge or counter any attack, including gunfire, even at point-blank range. Spider-Man's Spider-Sense also greatly further amplifies his superhuman reflexes because he can preempt danger before it happens.
    • Adhesive-Sticking: Spider-Man can mentally control the flux of inter-atomic attractive forces on surfaces he touches, allowing him to stick to any surface, no matter how rough or slippery. He has conscious control over this ability, and it is simple and instinctive for him to use. This ability is so far limited to Spider-Man's body (especially concentrated in his hands and feet) and another object, with an upper limit of several tons per finger. The full nature of this ability has yet to be established but it seems that he is capable of using this combined with his strength to uproot objects from their place without having to fully use his hands.
    • Web-Fluid Generation: Spider-Man was also gifted with the ability to organically produce his own silk webbing from glands within his forearms, Spider-Man can utilize his organic webbing in any way he can, such as holding onto objects or rounding up individuals, the process is effortless for him, as he states it's like breathing, The silk is released through spinnerets in both wrists containing central web spigots orifice used for web-slinging and drag lines, supplemented by several radial minor spigots for other types of webs (sticky nets, cocoons, prey swathing, etc) connected to specialized glands.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: Spider-Man rapidly regenerates from physical injuries faster, more extensively and efficiently than that of any normal human being is capable of and he is also able to rapidly recover from injuries that would normally kill normal humans. After getting his powers, he soon found that his eyesight was repaired, discarding his glasses. Thanks to his regenerative power he is more resistant to the effects of alcohol and drugs and retains his athletic physique with minimal exercise. It is unknown if the power slows down the aging process.


  • Genius-Level Intellect: Peter Parker is very smart as he is an expert in all kinds of science. Peter goes from a science whiz in high school to a laboratory assistant of Dr. Connors and a brilliant Columbia University physics student who is at the top of his class as he becomes secure with his dual roles.
    • Science Major: His knowledge of science has impressed the likes of Norman Osborn, Otto Octavius, and Doctor Connors. Considered a genius by Harry and Gwen, he has shown himself to be knowledgeable in mechanics, quantum mechanics, photonics, nuclear fusion, acoustics, and nanotechnology.
    • Photographic Memory: Thanks to his high intellect, Peter is able to remember anything he studies or memorize anything by looking in a book, taking a glance at a chalkboard or hearing what people say to him. He was able to remember the formula that helped to cure the Green Goblin from his powers, as he had "studied it for a long time."
  • Skilled Photographer: Peter is a very skilled photographer.
  • Master Acrobat: Thanks to his superhuman agility, reflexes, and strength, Peter is a very skilled acrobat and gymnast. He is skilled in all kinds of acrobatics and gymnastics as he uses these to dodge gunfire.
  • Expert Combatant: Peter has became a highly skilled fighter during his vigilantism career, His fighting style resembles a combination of several fighting styles such as, boxing, wing chun, karate, taekwondo, capoeira, judo, krav maga, muay thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and professional wresting. he has a proclivity for incorporating his elevated physical strength, outstanding agility, athleticism, and webs into his unique combat, all added by his early awareness of danger. Peter has defeated criminals, Flash Thompson, Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, New Goblin, Sandman, and Venom, In battle, Peter tends to punch opponents, as seen with Flash, Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Sandman.
  • Expert Masksman: Peter is also highly accurate when he projects his webbing. He usually shoots to blind, silence, and restrain opponents in battle or stealth.


  • Spider-Sense Disruption: Spider-Man's spider-sense can lose it's the effect when he is close to the Venom Symbiote, due to him being a host to the Venom Symbiote. The symbiotic life form can block his spider-sense which enables Venom to tackle Spider-Man without warning him, making Venom a deadly foe.
  • Emotional State: If Spider-Man become emotionally stressed; he will temporarily lose his superpowers, which reverts him back to his normal state; which is prior to Spider-Man being bitten by a genetically modified super spider.
  • Ethyl Chloride: Perhaps as a side of Spider-Man gaining his powers, he is susceptible to the pesticide ethyl chloride.
  • Bad Luck: Not exactly a typical weakness, but Peter Parker's life is a very complicated one. His superhero duties make it hard for him when he tries to get to his college classes, work, and even Mary Jane's play on time. Sometimes he can be late for his work at the Daily Bugle, college classes, dates, and going to see Mary Jane's acting plays, due to his crime-fighting activities. This has put strains on his relationships with his loved ones and he struggles to maintain his relationships with his Aunt May, Harry Osborn, and Mary Jane Watson.


Throughout Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy, the character and Tobey Maguire's performance received widespread critical acclaim from both fans and critics, praising his character development and the focus on balancing his double life as a superhero and civilian. Maguire received numerous awards and nominations for his role, with the Saturn Award for the Best Actor and the MTV Movie Award for the Best Kiss (Kirsten Dunst, upside-down kiss). Many critics and audiences claim him to be the best and most faithful live-action version of the original comic book character. Tobey’s successors in the role, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland even praised Maguire's performance.



I missed the part where that's my problem.
~ Peter using the promoter's own words against him after letting Dennis Carradine escape with the money.
It's you who's out Gobby! Out of your mind!
~ Spider-Man refusing to join the Green Goblin.

Spider-Man 2

Hey you guys. No playing in the streets.
~ Spider-Man to two kids after saving them from being run over by a truck.
Pizza time!
~ Peter moments before learning that he was late to deliver pizzas on time.

Spider-Man 3

No, he despised you. Your an embarrassment to him. Oh. Look at Little Goblin Junior. Gonna cry?
~ Peter (under the control of the symbiote) taunting Harry and hurting his feelings back just before fully defeating Harry in a fight at his own home.
Best friend.
~ Peter's last words to Harry before he dies.


  • Unlike his comic book version, he did mention that he loved Mary Jane since childhood in the first movie, while in the comic book, he didn't love her until after Gwen's death, which made him realize that he does love her. So he didn't go on a TV show other than wresting to win the money to impress Mary Jane with a car in the first movie while in the comic book, he was on a TV show after wresting with the guy. He only fought 5 villains in Spider-Man Trilogy while in the comic book he fought various villains. He didn't realize that Flint was responsible for his uncle's death in the third movie while in the comic book it was just a thief from the TV show backstage.
    • Also, in the original comics, Spider-Man used mechanical web-shooters with artificial webbing he designed himself, unlike the Raimi Series Spider-Man who could shoot webbing. This change was due to Sam Raimi's decision of making it more realistic since a high schooler could not have created something government scientists could not (considering that in comics, Peter Parker is quite genius).
  • It was revealed that Tobey was gonna come back as Spider-Man again if Spider-Man 4 wasn't canceled in 2010, but it didn't work out with Sam Raimi.
  • Spider-Man 2 filmed the Train scene in Chicago to incorporate it in New York because of the Directors decision.
  • Many of Tobey's quotes in the trilogy were made into memes. Most notably, "Look at little Goblin Junior. Gonna Cry?" and "I'm gonna put some dirt in your eye".
  • The studio had expressed interest in actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Edward Furlong, Jude Law, Freddie Prinze Jr., Chris Klein, Wes Bentley, and Heath Ledger for Spider-Man. Furlong had been considered by James Cameron for the role in 1996, while Sam Raimi joked of Prinze that "[he] won't even be allowed to buy a ticket to see this film." Also, actors Scott Speedman, Jay Rodan, and James Franco were involved in screen tests for the lead role with Franco later being cast as Harry Osborn.
  • Tobey Maguire said he had never read a Spider-Man comic book, but took the role because he liked the script.
  • One of the chief difficulties that Tobey Maguire experienced in the now-famous upside-down kissing scene was that his sinuses kept filling up with water as it was performed in driving rain. By signing on for two sequels, Tobey Maguire secured himself a paycheck of $26 million.
  • To acquire his bumped-up physique, Tobey Maguire went through a strict five-month regimen of exercise, weight training, and martial arts six times a week, as well as eating a high protein meal four to six times a day.
  • When Sam Raimi first offered to cast Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man, the studio was initially very reluctant. That was until they saw Maguire's test and they saw that the actor had bulked up for the role.
  • Spider-Man's webbing in the film is made out of foam materials and fishing line. It was also enhanced with CGI.
  • Tobey Maguire had to have his Spider-Man outfit slightly remodeled as the original design had not made any allowances for when the actor needed a bathroom break. A vent was added to enable him to perform without having to take the entire costume off.
  • During the fight between the Green Goblin and Spider-Man near the end, Willem Dafoe accidentally clipped Tobey Maguire on the chin with one blow.
  • When used in the trailer, the shot of Peter doing a long back-flip onto a car hood was digitally altered to put him in his Spider-Man outfit instead of his wrestling outfit.
  • When two studio executives were shown shots of the computer-generated Spider-Man, they believed it was Tobey Maguire performing the stunts.
  • Both Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe incorporated a Yoga technique called Ashtanga into their training regimens for this film. "Ashtanga" translates into English as "eight-legged," like a spider.
  • Zach Hudson, the stunt double for Tobey Maguire, fractured his leg after a stunt went wrong and he slammed into a brick wall.
  • Tobey Maguire was approached for the film largely as a result of his performance in The Cider House Rules (1999). Sam Raimi felt that Maguire's performance in the film embodied much of the character and personality traits he was looking for in Peter/Spider-Man.
  • Josh Hartnett turned down the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Frankie Muniz and Topher Grace were considered for the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Grace would later play Venom in the third film. Leonardo DiCaprio was considered for the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, he later appeared with Tobey Maguire in The Great Gatsby (2013).
  • One of the scenes that Tobey Maguire performed for his screen test was the final one in which Peter Parker rejects Mary Jane.
  • The train fight between Doc Ock and Spider-Man was the idea of director Sam Raimi and the first major sequence to be filmed.
  • Tobey Maguire's participation was in doubt at one point because he was suffering severe back pains. Jake Gyllenhaal, was lined up to play Spider-Man and had already begun preparation, but Maguire decided to take part after all. However, according to the DVD commentary, the "My back!" joke after Peter falls from the roof was purely coincidental, as it was written into the script before Maguire's problem arose. Gyllenhaal would go on to play Spider-Man's enemy Mysterio fifteen years later in Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019).
    • Funnily enough, the "My back!" joke returned in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
  • When Peter dumps his Spider-Man suit in a garbage can, it's an exacting homage to a panel from "Spider-Man No More", Issue #50 from The Amazing Spider-Man. As in the film, the outfit is found and brought to J. Jonah Jameson, then reclaimed by Spider-Man who leaves a note like the one in the movie.
  • Peter rents above a TV repair shop. He doesn't live with Harry anymore since Norman's death, and Harry moved back into his father's townhouse. Harry's obsession with Spider-Man was too much for Peter to bear. This is the reason why he gets annoyed with Harry at his birthday party.
  • There are several visual references to Spider-Man (2002) in the sequel:
    • Peter running into a burning building to save a child.
    • Peter running across a rooftop before trying (and failing) to shoot his web.
    • Peter putting out the trash in aunt May's back yard and speaking to Mary Jane.
    • Spider-Man lying incapacitated on the sofa of his enemy.
    • POV of Peter Parker looking through his glasses and seeing a blurred image.
  • Peter while being possessed by the Venom symbiote has spawned several internet memes, many people calling him "Emo Peter Parker" or "Bully Maguire".

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Reeko | DJ Walters | Chowder | Jenny Bennett | Horace Nebbercracker | Reginald Skullinski | Boog | Elliot | Giselle | Buddy | McSquizzy | Serge and Deni | Ian | Ranger Beth | Cody Maverick | Lani Aliikai | Chicken Joe | Big Z | Tank Evans | Fifi | Flint Lockwood | Sam Sparks | Steve the Monkey | Tim Lockwood | Brent McHale | Officer Earl Devereaux | Manny | Lem Korplog | Captain Chuck T. Baker | Neera | Ripley | Ursa | Alistair | Doug | Gisela and Giselita | Tintin | Captain Haddock | Snowy | Thompson and Thomson | The Pirate Captain | Dracula | Mavis Dracula | Jonathan Loughran | Frankenstein | Murray | Wayne | Griffin | Wanda | Werewolf Kids | Winnie | Wilbur | Blobby | Martha | Barry | Dennis | Vlad Dracula | Wally | Wilson | Whoopty | Wade | Weepy | Wanye | Red | Chuck | Bomb | Mighty Eagle | Matilda | Terence | Stella | Dahlia | Willow | Poppy | Hal | Bubbles | The Blues | Hatchlings | King Leonard Mudbeard | Judge Peckinpah | Cyrus | Mime | Frank | Barry | Brenda Bunson | Kareem Abdul Lavash | Sammy Bagel Jr. | Teresa Del Taco | Firewater | Twink | Gum | J.C. | Mr. McMahon | Paige | Hunter | The Undertaker | Gene Meh | Jailbreak | Hi-5 | Alex | Bo | Dave | Ruth | Mary | Joseph | Abby | Deborah | Cyrus | Felix | Edith | Leah | Zach | Ericka Van Helsing | Tinkles | Miles Morales | Peter Parker | Gwen Stacy | Spider-Man Noir | Peni Parker | Spider-Ham | Aunt May | Ultimate Spider-Man | Silver | Courtney | Vincent | Zoe | Abel | Caitlin | Jack | Debbie Ella | Katie Mitchell | Rick Mitchell | Linda Mitchell | Aaron Mitchell | Dr. Mark Bowman | Eric | Deborahbot 5000 | Abbey Posey | Hailey Posey | Jim Posey | Din Song | Long | Mrs. Song | Mr. Wang | Vivo | Gabi | Dancarino | Valentina | Becky | Eva | Sarah

Live-Action Films
Annie Bennett | Oliver Warbucks | Grace Farrell | John Rambo | Peter Venkman | Ray Stantz | Egon Spengler | Winston Zeddemore | Dana Barrett | Louis Tully | Janine Melnitz | Slimer | Sarah Williams | Toby Williams | Hoggle | Ludo | Sir Didymus | Ambrosius | Worm | Wiseman | The Hat | John Connor | Terminator | Sarah Connor | Vada Sultenfuss | Thomas J. Sennett | Peter Banning | Jack Banning | Maggie Banning | Tinker Bell | Rufio | Daniel Kaffee | Andy Dufresne | Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding | Mike Lowrey | Marcus Burnett | Alan Parrish | Sarah Whittle | Judy Shepherd | Peter Shepherd | Carl Bentley | Matilda Wormwood | Jennifer Honey | Steven Kovacs | Robin Harris | Agent J | Agent K | Agent L | Zed | Worms | Frank the Pug | Jack Jeebs | President James Marshall | Vice President Kathryn Bennett | Halo Flight | Niko Tatopoulos | H.E.A.T. | Zorro | Stuart Little | Snowbell | George Little | Spider-Man | Mary Jane Watson | Harry Osborn | Aunt May | General Slocum | Edward Bloom | Margalo | Laura Vasquez | Max | Sharkboy | Lavagirl | Danny | Walter | Lisa | Robot | Ali | Tess | Griffin | Spider-Man | Gwen Stacy | George Stacy | Max Da Costa | Chappie | Deon Wilson | Ninja | Amerika | Yolandi | Will Stacks | Miss Hannigan | Sam Brenner | Will Cooper | Violet Van Patten | Ludlow Lamonsoff | Eddie Plant | Lady Lisa | R.L. Stine | Zach Cooper | Hannah Stine | Champ | Erin Gilbert | Abby Yates | Jillian Holtzmann | Patty Tolan | K | Rick Deckard | Alex Vreeke | Spencer Gilpin | Anthony Johnson | Sarah Quinn | Sonny Quinn | Sam Carter | Peter Rabbit | Benjamin Bunny | Flopsy Rabbit | Cottontail Rabbit | Mopsy Rabbit | Thomas McGregor | Tommy Brock | Jemima Puddle-Duck

See Also
007 Heroes | 2012 Heroes | Aardman Heroes | Amblin Entertainment Heroes | Angry Birds Heroes | Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Heroes | Final Fantasy Heroes | Ghostbusters Heroes | Godzilla Heroes | Goosebumps Heroes | Hellboy Heroes | Hotel Transylvania Heroes | Jerry Bruckheimer Heroes | Jumanji Heroes | Marvel Cinematic Universe Heroes | MIB Heroes | Muppet Heroes | Netflix Heroes | Open Season Heroes | PBS Kids Heroes | Sausage Party Heroes | Sesame Street Heroes | Smurfs Heroes | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Heroes | Spider-Man Heroes | Surf's Up Heroes | The Emoji Movie Heroes | The Mitchells vs. the Machines Heroes | Vivo Heroes | White House Down Heroes | Wish Dragon Heroes

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The Avengers
Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Hulk | Black Widow | Hawkeye | War Machine | Falcon | Scarlet Witch | Vision | Spider-Man | Captain Marvel | Ant-Man | Okoye | Quicksilver

Nick Fury | Phil Coulson | Maria Hill | Sharon Carter | Hawkeye | Black Widow | Peggy Carter | Chester Phillips | Howard Stark | Janet Van Dyne | Melinda May | Quake | Leo Fitz | Mockingbird | Jemma Simmons | Lance Hunter | Alphonse Mackenzie | Yo-Yo Rodriguez | Robert Gonzales | Deathlok | Lincoln Campbell | Joey Gutierrez | Lash | Jimmy Woo | Rick Mason | Deke Shaw

Thor Odinson | Odin Borson | Loki Laufeyson | Valkyrie | Sif | Heimdall | Bor Burison | Warriors Three (Fandral, Hogun & Volstagg) | Frigga | Skurge

Howling Commandos
Captain America | Winter Soldier | Dum Dum Dugan | Gabe Jones | James Montgomery Falsworth | Jim Morita | Jacques Dernier

United States Military
Thunderbolt Ross | Everett Ross | Abraham Erskine | U.S. Agent | Battlestar | Isaiah Bradley

Guardians of the Galaxy
Star-Lord | Gamora | Rocket Raccoon | Groot | Drax the Destroyer | Mantis | Yondu Udonta | Nebula | Thor Odinson

Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Stakar Ogord | Martinex T'Naga | Charlie-27 | Aleta Ogord | Mainframe | Krugarr
Alternate Timeline: Thanos | Korath the Pursuer

Nova Corps
Rhomann Dey | Irani Rael | Garthan Saal

The Defenders
Daredevil | Jessica Jones | Luke Cage | Iron Fist

Masters of the Mystic Arts
Doctor Strange | Ancient One | Wong | Karl Mordo | Sara Wolfe | Rintrah | America Chavez

Black Panther | Dora Milaje (Okoye & Ayo) | Nakia | Shuri | Ramonda | T'Chaka | M'Baku | Zuri

STARK Industries
Happy Hogan | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Pepper Potts | Helen Cho | E.D.I.T.H. | Karen | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Edwin Jarvis

Culver University
Jane Foster | Darcy Lewis | Erik Selvig | Betty Ross

PYM Tech and X-Con Security Consultants
Hank Pym | Ant-Man | Wasp | Luis | Dave | Ant-thony | Kurt Goreshter

House of Agon
Black Bolt | Medusa | Triton | Karnak | Gorgon | Lockjaw | Crystal

Alex Wilder | Chase Stein | Molly Hernandez | Nico Minoru | Karolina Dean | Gert Yorkes | Old Lace

The Revengers and Sakaaran Rebellion
Thor Odinson | Loki Odinson | Hulk | Valkyrie | Korg | Miek

Maria Rambeau | Monica Rambeau

The Eternals
Sersi | Ikaris | Kingo | Sprite | Phastos | Makkari | Druig | Gilgamesh | Ajak | Thena | Starfox

Time Variance Authority
Loki Laufeyson (L1130) | Mobius | Hunter B-15 | Hunter C-20

Midtown School of Science and Technology
MJ | Ned Leeds | Flash Thompson | Betty Brant

Talos | Soren

Red Room
Yelena Belova | Red Guardian | Melina Vostokoff

Guardians of the Multiverse
Uatu the Watcher | Captain Carter (Earth-82111) | Star-Lord (T'Challa) | Party Thor | Gamora (Daughter of Thanos) | Black Widow (Ultron's Timeline) | Strange Supreme

Ta Lo Armed Forces
Shang-Chi | Katy Chen | Xialing | Ying Nan | Trevor Slattery | Guang Bo | Ying Li | Great Protector | Morris

Professor X | Captain Carter | Black Bolt | Captain Marvel | Mr. Fantastic | Christine Palmer

Spider-Man | Doctor Octopus

Spider-Man | Lizard

Moon Knight | Scarlet Scarab

Assorted Variants
Sylvie Laufeydottir | Classic Loki | Kid Loki | Alligator Loki | Gamora | HYDRA Stomper | Iron Man (Sakaaran Armor) | Spider-Man (Zombie Apocalypse) | Lady Nebula | Defender Strange

Informant | Ho Yinsen | Leonard Samson | Harley Keener | Howard the Duck | Cosmo | Jim Paxton | Cassie Lang | May Parker | Christine Palmer | Eitri | Norex | Mar-Vell | Goose | Morgan Stark | Jon Jon | Black Knight | Blade | Pip the Troll | Ghost Rider | Foggy Nelson | Karen Page | Claire Temple | Trish Walker | Punisher | Elektra | Colleen Wing | Ward Meachum | Aaron Davis | Xavin | Daimon Helstrom | Ana Helstrom | Cloak & Dagger | Brigid O'Reilly | Joaquín Torres | Global Repatriation Council | O'Bengh | Kate Bishop | Lucky | Jack Duquesne | Eddie Brock/Venom | Khonshu | Ms. Marvel | Red Dagger