So, I understand why America Chavez and Singularity have their versions on games listed as the same character from the comics(even though I personally think that makes no sense), but why exactly is that the case with Spider-Gwen, Spider-Ham, Miguel O'Hara and Miles Morales? They have lots of versions on the multiverse just like other characters, and honestly, is quite obvious that these are NOT meant to be the same characters as the ones from the comic universe, even if they're also time/reality travelers.

It just really doesn't make any sort of sense for the comics versions of these characters to have lived all of the things they lived on the game. If they have similar dialogue and backstories, is because they're based on their comics versions/AU versions just like all the rest of the characters. They should have their own pages like everyone else. CaptainWiccan (talk) 22:57, July 8, 2017 (UTC)

America Chavez, and potentially Singularity, are unique entities, meaning unlike nearly everyone else, there aren't alternate iterations of them in the multiverse, only one of them. EDIT: Here's reference for confirmation of the former. -- Annabell (talk) 23:44, July 8, 2017 (UTC)
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