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The past history of Peter Parker of Earth-78327 mirrors that of his Earth-616 counterpart up until the day that Peter was to watch a demonstration on radioactivity. In this reality, astronaut John Jameson was bit by a radioactive spider. Witnessing the event and finding the dead spider interesting, Peter collected it to examine later.

Much later, John became the costumed hero known as "Spider-Jameson the Super-Astronaut" and his exploits highly publicized in the Daily Bugle, a newspaper owned by John's father J. Jonah Jameson. Peter, needing money, attempted to get a job at the Bugle, but Jameson only hired him as a freelance photographer if he could take a dynamic photo of his son John in action.

The opportunity seemingly came when John was called to save an out of control space capsule and prevented it from crashing. John sacrificed his life to save the astronauts on board, cushioning the capsule's landing with his own body. Following John's death, Parker was in attendance of his funeral in Central Park where a large statue of John was erected. When Peter offered his condolences to John's father, the elder Jameson told Parker to get inspiration from his son.

Peter took these words to heart and used the venom within the dead spider to create a serum that duplicated John's powers. Peter took the serum and became the costumed hero known as the Amazing Spider-Man.

His current activities are unknown.[1]

Powers

Seemingly those of the Peter Parker of Earth-616.

Abilities

Seemingly those of the Peter Parker of Earth-616.


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