SABRECLAW
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Occupation: Professional criminal
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Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Rina Logan (sister, aka Wild Thing)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Revengers, Savage Six
First Appearance J2 #8
History: (J2 #8/1)
(A-Next #12)
(Spider-Girl #25)
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SAPRISTI, MARIA
Created by Tom DeFalco Ron Frenz & Brett Breeding
Real Name: Maria Sapristi
Occupation: Art student
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Jerry Sapristi (father), Tina Sapristi (mother)
Group Affiliation: Friend of Kevin Masterson, Kendra Freeman, Jameesia Grant and Holly Halpern
First Appearance (MC2): A-Next #3
History: (A-Next #3) revealed to be Kevin Masterson's girlfriend (see: Thunderstrike II)
(A-Next #9) alongside friends Kendra Freeman, Jameesia Grant and Holly Halpern meets with Kevin, later learns Kevin is Thunderstrike II (see: Blacklight; Grant, Jameesia; Halpern, Holly)
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Known superhuman powers: None
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SAVAGE SIX
Created by Tom DeFalco
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Funny Face
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Mr. Abnormal, Killerwatt, Dragon King, Sabreclaw, Raptor
Former Members: None
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: Spider-Girl #25
Final Appearance: Spider-Girl #25
History: (Spider-Girl #25) formed by Funny Face for revenge on Spider-Girl, fought and defeated separately by her (see: Dragon King; Funny Face; Killerwatt; Mister Abnormal; Raptor; Sabreclaw; Spider-Girl). After the defeat the members of the team went their seperate ways


SCARLET SPIDER II
Created by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Felicity Hardy
Occupation: Adventurer, High school student
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Felicia Hardy (mother, aka Black Cat), Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Sr. (father), Eugene "Gene" Thompson, Jr. (brother), Walter Hardy (maternal grandfather, deceased), Lydia Hardy (maternal grandmother, faith unrevealed), Harrison Thompson (paternal grandfather, faith unrevealed), Rosie Thompson (paternal grandmother, faith unrevealed), Jessie Thompson (paternal aunt, faith unrevealed)
Group Affiliation: Ally of Spider-Girl
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance (as Felicity Hardy): Spider-Girl #
First Appearance (as Scarlet Spider): Spider-Girl #46
History: (Spider-Girl #46) After a short conversation with Spider-Girl, where May refuses to be her partner (see: Spider-Girl). Felicity goes to the library at Midtown High, to read the book "His Name Was Spider-Man" by Ben Urich (see: Appendix: Urich, Ben). Later she attacks Spider-Girl wearing her new Scarlet Spider costume. She tests her gas grenades and her Scarlet Screan on Spider-Girl in order for her to take her on as her partner. May webs her up and leaves her, still refusing to take her on as her partner
(Spider-Girl #47)
(Spider-Girl #48)
(Spider-Girl #52)
(Spider-Girl #53)
(Spider-Girl #74)
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Known superhuman powers: None
Abilities: Excellent acrobat
Weapons: Uses gas grenades, and her Scarlet Scream


SENTRY #666
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Brett Breeding
Real Name: Intergalactic Sentry #666
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire
Other Aliases: None
Identity:
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Place of Creation: Unrevealed location in the Kree Empire
Creator: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations:
First Appearance: A-Next #2
Final Appearance: A-Next #2
History: (A-Next #2) on Kree mission, arrived on Earth, fought Avengers II, destroyed by Earth Sentry (see: Avengers II; Earth Sentry)
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SETH
Created by Tom DeFalco, Pat Ollife & Al Williamson
Real Name: Seth
Occupation: God
Identity: Secret
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Other Aliases: "Supreme Serpent"
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Soldiers of the Serpent
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance:
History: (Spider-Girl #54)
(Spider-Girl #55)
(Spider-Girl #56)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #59)
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"SHAKY"
Created by Tom DeFalco, Pat Ollife & Al Williamson
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal
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Other Aliases: None known
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of Mister Nodody's gang
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: Spider-Girl #1
History: (Spider-Girl #1) Send be Mister Nobody to kidnap Peter Parker (see: Mister Nobody; Parker, Peter). Later fought and defeated by Spider-Girl (see: Spider-Girl)
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SIMIAN
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Lim & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Member of the X-People
Identity: Secret
Legal Status:
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: X-People
Base Of Operations:
First Appearance: J2 #1
History: (J2 #1/3) met with X-People regarding J2 (see: J2; X-People)
(J2 #2) tricked by Enthralla into fighting J2 (see: Enthralla)
(J2 #7) defeated by Cyclops in Danger Room session (see: Cyclops)
(J2 #11) defeated by Wild Thing in Danger Room session (see: Wild Thing)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #59)
(Spider-Girl #57)
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SLIPPERY SAM
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Lim & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Sam Winthrow
Occupation: Professional criminal
Identity:
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with a criminal record
Other Aliases: None known
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Fletcher Winthrow (father), Orphelia Winthrow (mother)
Group Affiliation: None
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First Appearance: J2 #4
History: (J2 #4/2-fb) Background revealed, how Sam always slipped away with everything
(J2 #4/2) Tried to rob a mall, stopped by J2 (see: J2)
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SMYTHE, SPENCER
Created by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Spencer Smythe
Occupation at time of death: Scientist
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None known
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Unnamed wife (deceased), Alistair Smythe (son, faith unrevealed)
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations:
First Appearance (MC-2; in the past): Spider-Girl #10
History: (Spider-Girl #10-11) Spider-Girl is thrown back in time, to the time where Jameson hires Spencer Smythe to create a Spider Slayer to capture Spider-Man (see: Jameson, J. Jonah; Parker, Peter; Spider-Girl; Spyral)
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Known superhuman powers: None
Abilities: Gifted inventor
Weapons: The original Spider-Slayers were all invented by Spencer Smythe to capture Spider-Man


SOLDIERS OF THE SERPENT
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Brett Breeding & Paul Ryan
Current Group Leader: Set
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Current Members: Various, all unnamed
Former Members: Unrevealed
Base Of Operations:
First Appearance: A-Next #4
History: (A-Next #4) captured Vibraxas, fought Avengers II and Coal Tiger (see: Avengers II; Coal Tiger; Vibraxas)
(A-Next #9) fought Thunderstrike II and Blacklight (see: Blacklight; Thunderstrike II)
(Spider-Girl #19) fought Spider-Girl (see: Spider-Girl)
(Spider-Girl #23-bts) mentioned to have fought Avengers again
(Spider-Girl #32)
(Spider-Girl #54)
(Spider-Girl #55)
(Spider-Girl #56)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #59)


SPANNER
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Lim & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Member of the X-People
Identity: Secret
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Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: X-People
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First Appearance: J2 #1
History: (J2 #1/3) met with X-People regarding J2 (see: J2; X-People)
(J2 #2) tricked by Enthralla into fighting J2 (see: Enthralla)
(J2 #7) defeated by Cyclops in Danger Room session (see: Cyclops)
(J2 #11) defeated by Wild Thing in Danger Room session (see: Wild Thing)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #67)
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SPEEDBALL
Created by Steve Ditko, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Robert Baldwin
Occupation: Adventurer
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Other Aliases: The Masked Marvel
Place of Birth: Springdale, Connecticut
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Justin Baldwin (father), Madeline Naylor (mother)
Group Affiliation: Reserve member of Avengers II, former member of New Warriors I, Avengers I
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance (MC2): What If Vol.2 #105
History: (A-Next #1) aided other heroes in battling Loki, accepted reserve membership in Avengers II (see: Avengers II; Loki)
(What If Vol.2 #105) appeared at Avengers Mansion
(Spider-Girl #15) with Spider-Girl, fought Mr. Abnormal (see: Mister Abnormal; Spider-Girl)
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SPIDER-GIRL
Created by Tom DeFalco
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Real Name: May Parker II
Occupation: High School student, adventurer
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, with no criminal record, still a minor
Other Aliases: (nickname) Mayday
Place of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Peter Parker (father, aka Spider-Man I), Mary Jane Watson-Parker (mother), Benjamin Richard Parker (brother), Madeleine Watson (maternal grandmother, deceased), Philip Watson (whereabouts unknown), Gayle Watson Byrnes (maternal aunt), Kevin Byrnes (cousin), Tommy Byrnes (cousin), Richard Parker (paternal grandfather, deceased), Mary Fitzgerald Parker (paternal grandmother, deceased), Anna Watson (grandaunt, whereabouth unknown), Judge Spencer Watson (granduncle, whereabouts unrevealed), Lou Watson (granduncle, whereabouts unknown), Lorraine Watson (grandaunt, whereabouts unknown), Kristy Watson (grandcousin), Ben Parker (granduncle, deceased), May Parker (great-aunt, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Avengers II (reserve member)
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: What If Vol. 2 #105
History: (What If Vol.2 #105) background shown, fights Green Goblin (see: Green Goblin VI)
(Spider-Girl #1) At school May stops Jimmy Yama and Moose Mansfield from fighting each other (see: "Moose"; Yama, Jimmy). Later she decides to go against parents wishes and go find out who tried to kidnap her father, learns that Mister Nobody send "Shaky" to kidnap her father, fights and defeats them (see: Mister Nobody; Parker, Peter; "Shaky"). Leaves before the police arrives, decides to become Spider-Girl again
(Spider-Girl #2) tries to stop a few criminals from stealing, attacked by Crazy Eight, barely escaped (see: Crazy Eight). Introduced to Darkdevil, fights him as a test (see: Darkdevil). Next day at school talks with Jimmy Yama, when Moose challange Jimmy to a fight after school. At lunch have dinner with her father. Back at school prevents the fight between Moose and Jimmy. In the evening fights another fight with Crazy Eight and his men, defeats them all
(Spider-Girl #3) promise her father that she will come to a ceremony later in the day. At school decides to go with some friend to an exhibit at the Fantastic Five museum. While at the museum the exhibit is attacked by the supervillain Spyral, the Fantastic Five arrives and the six of them manage to stop the criminal (see: Fantastic Five; Spyral). After the fight May rushed to the ceremony, only to find her mother all alone there, her mother is mad at May for missing the appointment, and May feels bad (see: Parker, Mary Jane)
(Spider-Girl #4) at the Parkers' home Peter is yelling at May, he is trying to persuade May to drop her superhero carreer. May leaves the house angry, she is going to school. At school May and Courtney walks to the library to study, there they're meet by "Coach" Thompson (see: Duran, Courtney; Thompson, "Flash"). At lunch May is meeting with Phil Urich (see: Golden Goblin). Later in the cantina the Dragon King begins to attack the people there, until he is defeated by Spider-Girl (see: Dragon King)
(Spider-Girl #5) After a discussing with her parents May Parker leaves the house, her father realizes he is wrong and goes after her, then he is attacked by Venom who takes over Peter Parker (see: Vemon). Calling themselves Spider-Venom they fights Spider-Girl and Phil Urich until the heroes manage to defeat Spider-Venom. The seemingly deceased Venom is taken back to a SHIELD maximum security facility.
(Spider-Girl #6) May have a conversation with PSI-Lord trying to get some advice whether or not she should continue her work as Spider-Girl (see: Psi-Lord). Pays Phil Urich a visit in the warehouse, attacked by Ladyhawk, learns that there is infact two Ladyhawks and that they're sisters, finally decides to keep on as Spider-Girl (see: Ladyhawk)
(Spider-Girl #7/1) Spider-Girl is having a trainingssession with Phil Urich she is making progress, later at school Courtney Duran tells May that Jimmy and Moose are planning another fight. After school she tries to rush to the fight, in an old ski mask to conceal her identity she ushes from house to house to get there in time. Suddenly she is attacked by Darkdevil who doesn't recognize Spider-Girl without her costume, he thinks she is a buglar. They begin to fight. Suddenly Nova appears and join the fight. She manages to outsmart Nova, and gets away (see: Nova I). Later she learns that Moose has been taken to the hospital, she rushes there and meets with Brad Miller, Davida Kirby and Jimmy Yama (see: Kirby, Davida)
(Spider-Girl #7/2) while at the attic, looking for old stuff left by her father from his days a Spider-Man, her mother catches her. After a short conversation, where Mary Jane tells her about the last days of Spider-Man, she ends with that she thinks May should decide for herself whether or not she wants to keep on being Spider-Girl
(Spider-Girl #8) The trial of Jimmy Yama, Moose and his parents sues Jimmy Yama for the damage he has done to Moose, as May appear in court as support for Jimmy Yama. Jimmy's aunt Sachi Yama is his lawyer, and his cousin Zane comes to visit (see: J2; Yama, Sachi). At the same courthouse, the trial of Crazy Eight is also about to begin sudddenly Mr. Nobody arrives and tries ot break Crazy Eight out, with the help of her father, Spider-Girl defeats the two criminals, meanwhile Moose and his parents decides to drop the charges against Jimmy
(Spider-Girl #9) is having her first trainingssession with her father after he accepted her having powers like himself, but not accepting her being a costumed adventurer yet. Later she fights Killerwatt, but she is defeated, but before Killerwatt can finish her off, he is stopped by Darkdevil (see: Killerwatt). Later at a concert Killerwatt tries to get back at the band who fired him as a roadie, he is stopped by Spider-Girl (see: Creep Flakes And Morons)
(Spider-Girl #10) After school May have a short conversation with PSI-Lord, after the talk, she discovers Spyral, and tries to stop him, only to be thrown back in time to her father's high school days, there she meets all her father's friends and even Peter's aunt May (see: Parker, May)
(Spider-Girl #11) still in the past, meets her mother at May Parker's house, meets Human Torch. Taken to the future again by Spyral, defeats him (see: Human Torch II)
(Spider-Girl #12) Have a trainingssession with her father. At school introduced to the a new kid (see: Buzz). Later sees Darkdevil beat a man, tries to stop him, Darkdevil disappears and Spider-Girl rushed the man to the hospital. Later May asks her father about Kaine, he gets mad at her (see: Kaine). Later at Church Key fights Darkdevil
(Spider-Girl Annual 1 ('99))
(Spider-Girl #13) Applies for membership in Avengers (see: Avengers II). Fights Avengers in test, defeats Bluestreak, J2, American Dream, Freebooter and Mainframe, but is finally defeated by Stinger (see: American Dream; Bluestreak; Freebooter; J2; Mainframe; Stinger). Granted reserve status in Avengers
(Spider-Girl #14) alongside Darkdevil fights Kaine
(Spider-Girl #15) alongside Speedball, defeats Mister Abnormal (see: Mister Abnormal; Speedball)
(Spider-Girl #16) in trainingssession defeted by Ladyhawk(s). In mock battle with Stinger, stopped by Nova. As May, becomes good friend with JJ
(Spider-Girl #17) alongside Spider-Man fights mercenaries, defeats them. Alone fight and defeats Kaine
(Spider-Girl #18) mistakes The Buzz for the "Sky Bandit", tries to capture him, fails.Have a conversation with her father, asking him about winged opponents, told about Vulture II & III and The Fly. Goes out looking for the "Sky Bandit" encounters Raptor, defeated by her, saved by The Buzz (see: Raptor). Alongside The Buzz defeats Raptor
(Spider-Girl #19) at Midtown High School fight and defeats Soldiers of the Serpent, learns from Brad that JJ is the grandson of J. Jonah Jameson (see: Jameson, J. Jonah; Soldiers of the Serpent)
(Spider-Girl #20) fights Green Goblin, tems with Golden Goblin, defeats Green Goblin
(Spider-Girl #21)
(Spider-Girl #22)
(Spider-Girl #23)
(Spider-Girl #24)
(Spider-Girl #25) fights Savage Six (see: Savage Six)
(Spider-Girl #26)
(Spider-Girl #27)
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(Spider-Girl #40) alongside Spider-Man III, fought Mr. Nobody, Funny Face and Crazy Eight, Crazy Eight accidently shot by Mr. Nobody (see: Funny Face; Spider-Man III)
(Spider-Girl #41)
(Spider-Girl #42)
(Spider-Girl #43)
(Spider-Girl #44)
(Spider-Girl #45)
(Spider-Girl #46) at the Avengers' headquaters, Mainframe and Stinger informs Spider-Girl about the current whereabouts of Angel Face and Funny Face (see: Angel Face). Later she meets with Felicity, and tells her that she doesn't want a partner and leaves. Later she sees a robbery and tries to stop the robbers, but the New Warriors stops them first (see: New Warriors II; Scarlet Spider II). Spider-Girl leaves angry at her former teammates. She goes to see Normie Osborn, adter a short conversation she leaves, to go back out in the streets, there she is suddenly attacked by someone in a spider-costume, claimimg to be the new Scarlet Spider. May quickly discovers that Felicity had taken the role as Scarlet Spider. She webs Felicity up and leaves her, to go to the headquaters of the Fantastic Five. She arrives there just as the building explodes and Apox the Omega Skrull reveals himself (see: Apox the Omega Skrull)
(Spider-Girl #47)
(Spider-Girl #48)
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(Spider-Girl #55)
(Spider-Girl #56)
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(Spider-Girl #59) birth of baby brother Benjamin Richard Parker
(Spider-Girl #60)
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Height: 5'5"
Weight: 112 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown (dyed auburn)
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Spider-Girl possesses superhuman strength enabling her to lift (press) approximately 5 tons under optimal conditions.
Known superhuman powers: Spider-Girl has inherited powers similiar to those possessed by her father, Spider-Man; superhuman strength, reflexes, and equilibrium. Her overall metabolic effiency has been greatly increased, and the composition of her skeleton, inter-connective tissues, muscles, and nervous system have all been enhanced. Her reflexes are faster than an average human by a factor of 20 (as opposed to her father whose factor is 15; her reflexes, agility, and speed are greater than her father because she has been a natural athlete before her powers ever manifested, unlike her father, but she cannot jump nearly as high or far as him); she is often able to dodge bullets, if she is far enough away. Spider-Girl is extraordinarily limber and her tendons and connective tissues are twice as elastic as the average human being's, despite their enhanced strength. Much like her father, She has developed a unique fighting style that makes full use of her agility, strength, and equilibrium.
Spider-Girl has the ability to mentally control the flux of bio-magnetic attraction between molecular boundary layers. It enables her to not only adhere to most surfaces but also cause objects she has touched to cling together, and can even repel objects she has clung to. The ability is usually concentrated in her hands and feet and another object, with an upper limit of several tons per finger. Unlike her father, however, she has to concentrate a bit more in her clinging.
Spider-Girl possesses an extrasensory or "spider-sense" which warns her of potential immediate danger by a tingling sensation in the back of her skull. The precise nature of this sense is unknown, but it appears to be a simultaneous clairvoyant response to a wide variety of phenomena from falling safes to speeding bullets to thrown punches, which has given hundredths of a second's warning; sufficient time for her reflexes to allow her to avoid injury. Spider-Girl's spider-sense is much more acute than her father's, enabling her to detect whether or not someone is lying, and can even tell who is setting off her spider-sense, depending on whether she has met the person before. The spider-sense can also create a general response on the order of several minutes; she cannot discern the nature of the threat by the sensation, but she can discern the severity of the danger by the strength of her response to it. Spider-Girl's fighting style incorporates the advantage that her spider-sense provides her.
spg2Weapons: Spider-Girl uses web-shooters which are twin devices worn on her wrists which can shoor thin strands of a special "web fluid" at high pressure. The web fluid is a shear-thinning liquid (virtually solid until a shearing force is applied to it, rendering it fluid) whose exact formula is as yet unknown, but is related to nylon. On contact with air, the long-chain polymer knits and forms an extremely tough flexible fiber with extraordinary adhesive properties. The web fluid's adhesive quality diminishes rapidly with exposure to air; after about two hours, certain imbibed ethers cause the solid form of the web fluid to dissolve into a powder. Because the fluid almost instantly sublimates from solid to liquid when under shear pressure, and is not adhesive in its anaerobic liquid solid phase transition point, there is no clogging of the web-shooter's parts.
The spinneret mechanism in the web-shooter is machined from stainless steel, except for the turbine component which is machined out of a block of teflon and the two turbine bearings which are made of amber and artificial sapphire. The wristlets and web fluid cartridges are mainly nickel-plated annealed brass. The cartridges are pressurized to 300 pounds per square inch and sealed with a bronze cap which is silver soldered closed. The wristlets have sharp steel nipples which pierce the bronze caps when the cartridges are tighly wedged into their positions. The hand-wound solenoid needle valve is actuated by a palm switch that is protected by a band of spring steel which requires a 65 pound pressure to trigger. The switch is situated high on the palm to avoid most unwanted firing, and is double-clicked to fire the webbing. The small battery compartment is protected by a rubber seal. The effect of the very small turbine pump vanes is to compress (shear) the web fluid and then force it, under pressure, through the spinneret holes which cold-draws it (stretches it; the process wherein nylon gains a four-fold increase in tensile strength), then extrudes it through the air where it solidifies. As the web fluid exits the spinneret holes, it is attracted to itself electrostatically and thus can form complex shapes. The spinneret holes have three set of adjustable, staggered openings around the turbine which permit a single webline, a more complex, spun webline, and a thick stream. The webline's tensile strength is estimated to be 120 pounds per square millimeter of cross section. The 300 p.s.i. pressure in each cartridge is sufficient to force a stream of the complex web pattern an estimated 60 feet (significantly farther if shot in a ballistic parabolic arc).
Spider-Girl's web shooters are based off of the design of her surrogate uncle Ben Reilly, who for a time was Spider-Man. With this, Spider-Girl's web shooters possess the capability of firing Spider Stingers and Impact Webbing; both weapons are located on the wristcuffs, and are activated by wrist movement.
The Spider Stingers are small, dart-like metal projectiles that carry a tranquilizing drug on the tip. If the skin is broken on the target, the tranquilizer circulates through the blood stream in a matter of seconds, rendering the victim unconcscious for several minutes. The actual composition of the drug is unknown, but has proven to be effective against even the deadliest foe. The main limitation of the Spider-Stingers are that they cannot penetrate armor, and that the effects of the drug do not last for a very long time.
Impact Webbing is very similar to her father's regular webbing, but is shaped like a sphere. Upon contact with the air, the small webbing gel-cap expands, and the molecules extend out, becoming very long and sticky. When the impact webbing hits its target, it explodes into long strands to extra-sticky webbing that envelope the target. The impact webbing continues to expand as it wraps around its victim, trapping it in a thick coating of strong web material. Impact webbing conforms to the limitations of regular webbing, and has many of the same properties.
Recently Spider-Girl's father, the original Spider-Man Peter Parker, has given her the use of Spider-Tracers that she can use to track down criminals. The Tracers are, as yet, not tuned to her Spider-Sense, as it is in a frequency that's different from her father's, so she uses a remote tracing device that monitors how far or how close the Spider-Tracer is from her.


SPYRAL
Created by ?, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal
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Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
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First Appearance (MC-2): Spider-Girl #3
History: (Spider-Girl #3) Arrives at the Fantastic Five museum, attacks Spider-Girl (see: Spider-Girl). Defeated by her and Fantastic Five (see: Fantastic Five)
(Spider-Girl #10) Spider-Girl discovers Spyral is back, tries to stop him, but both of them are instead thrown back in time
(Spider-Girl #11) works on getting to his rightful time, fights Spider-Man, Spider-Girl and Human Torch II, got back to May's time with her, defeated by her in the end (see: Parker, Peter; Human Torch II)
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STARK, TONY
Created by Stan Lee, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Anthony "Tony" Edward Stark
Occupation: Industrial magnat, owner of Stark. (former) Adventurer
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Legal Status: Citizen of the United States
Other Aliases: (former) Iron Man
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Known Relatives: Howard Stark (father, deceased), Maria Stark (mother, deceased), Morgan Stark (cousin, faith unrevealed)
Group Affiliation: Avengers I
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First Appearance (MC-2; flashback): A-Next #7
First Appearance (MC-2, true): Spider-Girl #29
History: (A-Next #7-fb)
(A-Next #9-fb)
(A-Next #10)
(Spider-Girl #29)
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Strength level: Tony Stark possesses the normal human strength of a man of his age, height, and build who engaged in regular excercises
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STINGER
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz & Brett Breeding
Real Name: Dr. Cassandra "Cassie" Lang
Occupation: Biochemist, Adventurer
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Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Dr. Scott Lang (father, aka Ant-Man), Peggy Rae (mother, faith unrevealed)
Group Affiliation: Avengers II
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: A-Next #1
History: (A-Next #1) received Avengers emergency call from her father's helmet, battled Loki, helped found Avengers II (see: Ant-Man II; Avengers I; Avengers II; Loki)
(A-Next #2) with Avengers and Earth Sentry, fought Sentry #666 (see: Earth Sentry; Sentry #666)
(A-Next #3/J2 #3) with Avengers, fought the Defenders (see: Defenders)
(A-Next #4) met the Dream Team, fought the Soldiers of the Serpent (see: Dream Team; Soldiers of the Serpent)
(A-Next #5) to learn whether the rumours about the returning Doctor Doom in Latveria, Stinger and the Dream Team goes to Latveria to look for Doctor Doom (see: Doctor Doom; Latveria). In Latveria they learn that a Doctor Doom has indeed reappeared and the Dream Team begins to fight him (see: Doctor Doom II). Stinger stops them, and the Doctor Doom takes off his mask revealing himself to be Kristoff Vernard. After learing the truth, Stinger and the Dream Team leaves Latveria
(J2 #5) with Avengers, officially welcomed to New York City
(A-Next #6) investigated sub-basement of Avengers Compound
(J2 #6) learnt of Magneta from J2 (see: J2; Magneta)
(A-Next #7) as Cassandra Lang, attacked by Ion Man, saved by Mainframe, learnt Mainframe's origin (see: Ion Man; Mainframe)
(A-Next #8) with Ant-Man, repaired Mainframe's system
(Spider-Girl #9) fought terrorists
(A-Next #9) voted to journey to parallel Earth
(A-Next #10) on parallel Earth, met Captain America, fought Pincer (see: Captain America; Pincer)
(A-Next #11) fought and defeated Pincer, said farewell to Thunderstrike (see: Thunderstrike II)
(A-Next #12) defeated by the Revengers, saved by Blacklight, Argo, Earth Sentry and Coal Tiger (see: Argo; Blacklight; Coal Tiger; Earth Sentry; Revengers)
(Spider-Girl #13) tested Spider-Girl for Avengers membership (see: Spider-Girl)
(Wild Thing #4/2)
(Spider-Girl #16) had mock battle with Spider-Girl
(Fantastic Five #5) with Fantastic Five, came to aid of Kristoff (see: Fantastic Five)
(Spider-Girl #25) with Avengers and Fantastic Five, aided Spider-Girl in confronting Funny Face (see: Funny Face)
(Spider-Girl #46) at the Avengers mansion, alongside Mainframe informs Spider-Girl about the current whereabouts of Angel Face and Funny Face (see: Angel Face)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #59)
(Spider-Girl #71)
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STONE, MARCUS
Created by
Real Name: Marcus Stone
Occupation: Mayor of New York City, formerly police captain
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Mrs. Stone (ex-wife), unnamed children, Marguirita Ruiz (wife), Roberto Ruiz (brother-in-law)
Group Affiliation: Formerly leader of Code: Blue
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: DarkDevil #1
History: (DarkDevil #1)
(DarkDevil #3) won election over Glynis O'Neil, after the revelations that Glynis O'Neil had connections to the mob and in particular the Kingpin (see: Kingpin; O'Neil, Glynis)
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STORMTROOPER
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Al Milgrom
Real Name: Eric Masterson
Occupation: Member of the Thunder Guard
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Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location on parallel Earth
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Kevin Masterson (son, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Thunder Guard
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First Appearance: A-Next#10
History: (A-Next #10) at parallel world, slew parallel version of Maria Sapristi, revealed as parallel version of Thunderstrike I, calling himself Stormtrooper
(A-Next #11) fought Thunderstrike II, defeated by him and lost mace, learnt Thunderstrike II was version of his own son (see: Thunderstrike II)
(Spider-Girl #58)
(Spider-Girl #59)
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SUB-MARINER
Created by Bill Everett, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Namor
Occupation: Adventurer
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Place of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Leonard MacKenzie (father, deceased), Fen (mother, deceased), Leon (half-brother, faith unrevealed), Thakorr (maternal grandfather, deceased), Namora (cousin, deceased), Byrrah (cousin, faith unrevealed), Dara (cousin, faith unrevealed), Arkus (cousin, faith unrevealed), Namorita (second cousin, faith unrevealed), Thallo (great-great-grandfather, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Defenders, former member of Avenger I
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First Appearance: A-Next #3
History: (A-Next #5-fb)
(A-Next #3)
(J2 #12)
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APPENDIX:

SPIDER-MAN I
See: PARKER, PETER


STEELE, BOBBY
Ex-football star, husband of Marcy Steele, and stepfather of Kevin Masterson, aka Thunderstrike (see: Thunderstrike II; Appendix: Steele, Marcy)


STEELE, MARCY
Ex-wife of Eric Masterson, aka Thunderstrike I, mother of Kevin Masterson, aka Thunderstrike II, and wife of former football star Bobby Steel (see: Thunderstrike I; Thunderstrike II; Appendix:: Steele, Bobby)