Peter Parker was a College student, moonlighting as a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle. While conducting an experiment involving radiation, together with a classmate, Peter was bitten by a spider that had been subjected to a high dosage of radioactivity. Later Peter was chased by a hypnotized driver into a alley and almost crushed, when he suddenly jumped onto a wall and climbed up to the roof. He then told J. Jonah Jameson and Joe Robertson that he could get a picture of this mysterious "Spider-Man" that had been spotted. He went home, made a costume, and took a picture of himself on a wall. Jameson and Robertson believed it, and Peter used his powers and costume to fight crime, though he didn't want to.
- His Spider-Sense is one of the most powerful in the multiverse, as he was able to sense a robbery happening over a mile away.
- Nicholas Hammond portrayed Spider-Man in the 1977 film Spider-Man, and in the television series The Amazing Spider-Man.
- Unlike his comic book counterpart, this Peter Parker never attempted to profit from his powers, nor was he motivated into becoming a crime fighter, after letting a burglar get away that later killed his uncle.
- Spider-Man made a cameo apperance in the last page of Spider-Verse #2.
- 14 appearance(s) of Peter Parker (Earth-730911)
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