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Electro battles Spider-Man. Art by Steve Ditko.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance The Amazing Spider-Man #9 (Feb. 1964)
Created by Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
In-story information
Alter ego Maxwell Dillon
Team affiliations Sinister Six
Emissaries of Evil
Frightful Four
Sinister Twelve
Legion Accursed
Notable aliases Carlton Strand
Abilities Electric manipulation
Superhuman strength, stamina, speed and agility

Electro (Max Dillon) is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is a supervillain and a dangerous enemy of Spider-Man, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in The Amazing Spider-Man #9 (Feb. 1964). An electrician named Max Dillion gains his electrical powers after being struck by lightning while working on a power line only to be then electrocuted by the power cables. He manages to survive and becomes Electro after discovering his new powers.


Publication history

Electro was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in The Amazing Spider-Man #9 (Feb. 1964).

In 2009, Electro was ranked as IGN's 87th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. [2]

Fictional character biography

Maxwell Dillon was born to Jonathan and Anita Dillon in Endicott, New York. Jonathan was an accountant, though he had trouble keeping a job. Because of this, Max and his family moved frequently when Max was young and he found it difficult to make friends. His hot-headed father abandoned his family when Max was eight years old. Anita subsequently became overprotective of Max, leading to his single greatest flaw as a supervillain: his inferiority complex. Years later, Max told his mother he wished to become an electrical engineer. Anita, not wanting him to be angry if he failed, convinced him he was not intelligent enough, and Max reluctantly took a job as a lineman for an electric company.

While he was repairing a power line, a freak lightning accident resulted in a mutagenic change in his nervous system, transforming Dillon into a living electrical capacitor. His powers were initially weak, so he spent some time stealing electrical equipment from Stark Industries to charge himself. During this time, he was approached by Magneto, who considered him a potential recruit for his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, claiming that Dillon's power rivaled his own, but Dillon refused. The following day, Dillon was confronted by a small-time thug who he'd been borrowing money from to pay for the machinery he'd needed. When the thug drew a gun on him because he hadn't paid back the money yet, he responded by shooting a blast of lightning through the thug's chest- the first time Dillon ever killed anybody.[3] Soon taking the name Electro, he turned to a life of a professional criminal, his first victim being J. Jonah Jameson. Electro broke into the Daily Bugle Building and stole Jameson's safe right in front of him. Jameson accused Spider-Man of being an alternate identity of Electro, prompting Spider-Man to prove the publisher wrong. During his confrontation with Electro, Spider-Man was nearly killed when he touched the electrically charged supervillain. Spider-Man eventually used a fire hose to short-circuit Electro.[4]

Electro next confronted Daredevil for the first time.[5] Electro later joined the original Sinister Six.[6] Electro attacked the Fantastic Four at the wedding of Sue Storm and Reed Richards, under the control of Doctor Doom.[7] He later recruited the second Emissaries of Evil in a plot of revenge against Daredevil for previous defeats. This group consisted of Gladiator, Stilt-Man, Leap-Frog, and the Matador.[8]

Electro was later hired by J. Jonah Jameson to defeat Spider-Man on national television.[9] He encountered Daredevil again in San Francisco, at which time he temporarily donned a modified costume.[10] He then took control of a Protarian android seeking the destruction of Omega.[11] Electro then teamed with Blizzard against Spider-Man and Daredevil.[12] Electro then attempted to aid a band of criminals escaping the Defenders.[13]

Electro later joined the Frightful Four.[14] As part of the Frightful Four, he used Spider-Man as bait to trap the Fantastic Four.[15] Electro later learned that he can electro-statically disrupt Spider-Man's wall-crawling ability.[16] The Chameleon and Hammerhead then sent the Shocker to try to recruit Electro into their organization.[17] Instead, he later accepted Doctor Octopus' invitation to rejoin the Sinister Six, and battled Spider-Man.[18]

Electro has fought Spider-Man countless times, either on his own or as part of a group such as the Sinister Six. He has also fought such other heroes as Daredevil, Fantastic Four, and the New Avengers. Despite his immense power, he has almost always been defeated, usually as a result of his foes outsmarting him or taking advantage of his weakness to water while charged.

As a result of his frequent and often embarrassing defeats, Electro tried to take over New York City's power supply in an attempt at glory and respect. Spider-Man thwarted this plan, however, and convinced Electro to quit his criminal career. When the insane Spider-Man clone Kaine started killing enemies of Spider-Man, Electro began to fear for his life and temporarily joined Mysterio's Sinister Seven, which had been formed to combat Kaine. This group was quickly disbanded, and following Kaine's subsequent disappearance, Electro returned to retirement.

This changed when The Rose agreed to fund an experimental technique that would amplify Electro's abilities, in exchange for Electro's services as an enforcer. Seeing this as a chance to rise above the string of failures that had made up so much of his life, Electro underwent the procedure. After paying off his debt to the Rose by defeating several members of The True Believers (an offshoot of the famous ninja sect The Hand), a group of ninja assassins who had been interfering in the Rose's operations, Electro attempted to demonstrate his newly amplified powers to the world, once again attempting to take control of New York City's power supply. Wearing an insulated suit, Spider-Man stopped him. Electro, in an effort to make a final grand gesture, threw himself into the Hudson River while his body was highly charged, seemingly killing himself in an explosion.

Somehow surviving, Electro resurfaced later as part of the re-formed Sinister Six, formed to kill Senator Stewart Ward and Doctor Octopus (whom the other members of the Six now hated due to his arrogance). His powers had seemingly reverted to their pre-amplification level, and he wore a new blue-and-white costume. When Venom betrayed his fellow Sinister Six members, attempting to kill them one by one, he attacked Electro and left him for dead. Once again, Electro survived, and when he next appeared had returned to his yellow-and green-costume.

In the mid-2000s, Electro was working with the Vulture [19] when they were attacked by Spider-Man, who thought they had kidnapped his Aunt May. Electro managed to bring Spider-Man to the edge of defeat, using his powers in more intelligent ways and blowing up a large number of cars, including some with children in them. After a devastating battle, Spider-Man defeated him by fighting him to a gas refinery. The badly wounded Electro recovered fairly quickly, and shortly afterwards joined the Sinister Twelve, assembled by the Green Goblin, though he and the rest of the team was defeated thanks to the intervention of the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Captain America, Iron Man, and Yellowjacket.

Electro's new look Amazing Spider-Man. Art by Paul Azaceta.

Later, separately, he was hired by the Skrull Pagon (who was posing as Elektra) to free Karl Lykos (also known as Sauron) from The Raft, a maximum-security prison for supervillains. After causing a riot, Electro tried to run away with his waitress girlfriend, but was captured by the New Avengers, subsequently fainting when faced with the prospect of being beaten up by Luke Cage, using Spider-Man's webbing to protect himself from Electro.[20]

Later, Electro joined the Chameleon's "Exterminators[1]", seeking to take advantage of Peter Parker and his loved ones.

During the Civil War storyline, Electro was among the villains in Hammerhead's unnamed villain army when Iron Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. raided the hideout.[21]

In Secret Invasion, Electro appears as member of Hood's crime syndicate and attacked a Skrull force. After the Skrull posing as Jarvis kidnaps the baby of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, the Avengers and the Fantastic Four begin going after everyone who is associated with the Skrulls. Because of this, Electro is confronted by Wolverine in an alley where, after a battle, he leaves Dillon beaten and unconscious.[22]

Electro returns in Spider-Man: The Gauntlet. His appearance is changed with many scars due to his age affecting his body and powers. According to Gauntlet writer Mark Waid, artist Paul Azaceta "tweaked the design a bit, adding some burn scars to reflect Electro's current situation. As Electro gets older, as his body chemistry starts to shift into middle age, his powers are becoming more erratic and less easy for him to control. So he turns to a surprise Marvel villain - someone rarely, if ever, seen in the pages of Amazing - to level up."[23]

In Spider-Man: The Gauntlet storyline, his life ruined, Electro runs a public movement called "Power to the People" against Dexter Bennett and the New York Stock Exchange. Spider-Man gets caught in the middle of this as he tries to stop Electro, but he is criticized by the people for attacking their "hero".[24] Electro makes a deal with Dexter Bennett into paying for an operation that can cure his powers if he accepts to call off the campaign. The Mad Thinker tries to cure him by increasing his electrical abilities, but Spider-Man interferes with the process, turning Electro into an artificial electrical thunderbolt. Electro double-crosses Bennett and tells New York to turn on all electric appliances (thus giving him more power) to permanently end The DB.[25] Electro traps all DB employees including Bennett inside the DB with the entire NYPD and Mayor Jameson outside. With their help, including Jameson, Spider-Man manages to weaken Electro enough to beat him down and web him up. Sadly, Dexter Bennett is crushed by falling to debris and has permanent damage to the legs, and the DB is also permanently destroyed during the fight. In the epilogue Electro runs into Sasha Kravinoff and Chameleon in his new jail cell.[26] In the following issue involving Sandman it is revealed that Electro has escaped.[27]

Powers and abilities

An unusually configured magnetic field was created when struck by lightning while Dillon was holding live, high-tension wires and a wound reel of one-inch cable, granting superhuman powers to him. Electro can generate massive quantities of electricity, theoretically up to approximately one million volts. He can employ this electrostatic energy as lightning arcs from his fingertips, and his maximum charge is more than enough to kill a normal human.

When his body is charged to high levels, he becomes superhumanly strong and fast. He can also glide over power lines by using the electricity contained therein for propulsion, and he has on occasion been shown to actually ride on lightning bolts. During a stint in prison, Doctor Octopus gave him the ideas of ionizing metals and sparking the petroleum in the fuel tank of a vehicle as a way to generate explosions. He can charge himself up to make himself more powerful. He can also absorb the energy of electrical equipment such as a power plant to increase his powers further.

In New Avengers, he was shown to fly and manipulate large amounts of electricity and machinery, when he freed all the prisoners at Rykers (although, due to the city-wide blackout preceding the event, he probably absorbed a great deal of energy beforehand).

An experimental procedure heightened his powers, allowing Electro to store and absorb a seemingly limitless amount of electricity. He also seemed to gain the power over magnetism to a certain degree, allowing him to manipulate magnetic fields and move objects in a manner similar to that of Magneto, and could overcome his old weakness to water by using the electromagnetic fields around him to vaporize water before it could touch him. He made Spider-Man beg by stimulating the bioelectric currents in his brain, and was able to defeat Nate Grey by manipulating said currents in Nate's brain to turn his own psionic powers against him.

Electro can override any electrically-powered device and manipulate it according to his mental commands.

By using an external electrical power source to recharge his body's energy reserves, Electro could expend electricity indefinitely without diminishing his personal reserves. When he is fully charged, Electro is extremely sensitive to anything that may "short circuit" him, such as water.

Electro propels himself along magnetic lines of force in objects that have great electrical potential, such as high-tension electrical lines. He can also create electrostatic bridges to traverse upon, at the cost of a great expenditure of energy.

Other versions

House of M

Electro is one of Rhino's friends who helped him attack and detain the Green Goblin for ruining the best chance at a good life Rhino ever had.

Marvel Zombies

Electro appears as one of the undead Spider-Man villains battling uninfected superheroes and trying to eat civilians. All six are repelled by Magneto and Wolverine.

Marvel Zombies Return

Another Electro appears as a member of the Sinister Six that battles the reality-jumping Zombie Spider-Man. He is decapitated and infected, later helping his fellow members in devouring Peter Parker's friends. Devastated, Zombie Spider-Man kills him.


In the MC2 alternate future, Electro has a daughter, Allison Dillon, who is emotionally troubled over never having had a stable father-figure in her life and becomes the supervillain Aftershock.[28] She had inherited her father's powers, but because Dillon and Allison's electrical auras are different, the slightest touch causes them intense pain. When Dillon discovers his daughter is following in his footsteps, he asks Spider-Man for help. Spider-Man, Spider-Girl, and the Avengers help subdue Aftershock, and when Dillon shows up, father and daughter vow to overcome their pain, and Max promises to be a better father.[29]

Spider-Man: Reign

Electro is one of the villains released by Edward to destroy Spider-Man; he is killed by Spider-Man after being knocked into Hydro-Man (who also dies) causing him to short circuit.

Ultimate Electro

Ultimate Electro

In the Ultimate Marvel universe, Electro has been reimagined with powers as a product of bioengineering. Unlike his mainstream counterpart, Ultimate Electro is bald, wears a black leather outfit, and has some grotesque burn scars. As a result of experimentation by Justin Hammer, Max Dillon is given the power to control and create electricity. Electro can also reach a more powerful blue form, during which he can fly and perform greater feats. He is sold by Hammer to the Kingpin in exchange for a real estate development contract.[30] Spider-Man defeats him. Electro later escapes from federal custody, murdering several people in the process. The superhero team the Ultimates re-apprehend him and place him in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody along with the Sandman, Kraven the Hunter, Doctor Octopus, and the Green Goblin. The five supervillains escape and briefly force Spider-Man to join their criminal team, the Ultimate Six.[31] In a battle with the Ultimates on the White House lawn, Thor defeats Electro. He eventually escapes and is hired by Bolivar Trask to gauge Venom's power. Electro leads Venom on a chase throughout Manhattan when Spider-Man appears. Electro knocks Spider-Man out and tries to kill him, but Venom attacks Electro, trying to take Electro's opportunity to kill the fallen hero. Venom defeats Electro by destroying the neon signs that Electro is feeding on. When S.H.I.E.L.D. arrives Venom flees, and Electro is once again brought into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody. The Green Goblin later breaks Electro out of the supervillain prison within the Ultimates' headquarters, the Triskelion, in exchange for Electro's alliance when needed.[32] Electro goes to Norman Osborn's penthouse to wait for instructions where he is disturbed by Spider-Man. He attempts to flee and gets involved in a fight both with Spider-Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. He is eventually brought down and is assumed to be back in custody.

In other media


The Marvel Superheroes Show

Electro made a cameo appearance on The Marvel Super Heroes episode "Dr. Doom's Day" (which was a Sub-Mariner segment).

Spider-Man (1967)

Electro made three appearances in the 1960s Spider-Man animated series.

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Electro was the main villain in the Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends episode Videoman voiced by Allan Melvin. He later made a cameo appearance in Attack of the Arachnoid.

Spider-Man: The Animated Series

Originally, Electro was not to appear in the 1990s Spider-Man: The Animated Series, because the series did not want to interfere with the continuity of James Cameron's proposed Spider-Man movie (see below), in which the Sandman and Electro were supposed to be the villains.[citation needed] Although Sandman remained unseen in the series when Cameron's film fell through, Electro was belately introduced in the series' fifth season. Electro appears in the "Six Forgotten Warriors" storyline of season 5 voiced by Philip Proctor. Here he is Rheinholt Schmidt, instead of Max Dillon. Schmidt spent much of his life searching for his father, the Red Skull. After becoming the chief of police in his city under the alias Kragov, he impersonated his father in an attempt to gain control of the doomsday weapon, an unknown aid which his father believed would help the Nazis win World War II. A run in with the Kingpin left him without the box containing the secret information on the project as Kingpin stated that the real Red Skull would've broken free from his grasp. After the Chameleon (Kragov’s stepbrother) turned traitor on Kingpin at a nearby run-down building, he had the box and all the keys to use the Doomsday weapon. When his father is freed, he left with Chameleon to prepare the Doomsday weapon which turned out to be turning Rheinholt into Electro. Electro proved to be too much for the Red Skull to control as Electro left to attack the United Nations. After defeating some S.H.I.E.L.D. forces, Electro returned to the building where the Doomsday weapon was with Spider-Man on his trail. Electro was defeated when Spider-Man tricked him into absorbing the energy of the vortex that Red Skull and Captain America fell into, which was originally intended to be used on Electro if Red Skull could not control him.

Spider-Man Unlimited

In Spider-Man Unlimited, the Counter-Earth version of Electro (voiced by Dale Wilson) appears in the episode "Ill-Met By Moonlight" as a Bestial electric eel possessing electrokinetic powers. In the episode, Electro is a guard in the High Evolutionary's main base, Wundagore Castle, and appears to attack to Spider-Man and his Human Revolutionary allies when they invade the castle, looking for a cure for John Jameson's uncontrollable transformations into the Man-Wolf. Electro apparently dies in an explosion during the climax of this fight, after being brutally attacked by the Man-Wolf. Throughout his fight with the Counter-Earth Electro, Spider-Man also references the Earth Electro.[33]

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series

Electro in Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.

In MTV's Spider-Man: The New Animated Series in 2003, Max Dylan (not Dillon), voiced by Ethan Embry, was a nerdy college friend of Peter Parker. Bullied by members of a fraternity he was pledging, he is invited to a party and is bullied so badly that he flees out into the rain where he gets involved in a terrible accident. He is transformed into an electrical creature after being covered in an unknown substance and then struck by lightning. He becomes Electro and plans revenge on the primary bully, Doug Reisman. After killing Doug Reisman, Electro is later defeated by Spider-man who managers to flush him into the underground city power cables, It is reveled at the end of the episode that Electro is still alive after he is heard screaming through a street lamp in a cemetary next to Doug Reisman's grave.

He returns several episodes later, attempting to make Sally, a girl with whom he became infatuated at the party, go through a similar transformation. Spider-Man traps Electro in an electric generator box provided by Harry Osborn's OsCorp and tosses it into the river, effectively destroying Electro.

The Spectacular Spider-Man

Electro as he appears in The Spectacular Spider-Man.

Electro, voiced by Crispin Freeman, appears in the second episode of The Spectacular Spider-Man,[34] entitled "Interactions".[35]

Originally an electrician and friend of Dr. Curt Connors, Max Dillon is electrocuted in a freak accident when his power drill falls on a faulty wire, throwing him back against an experimental tank of electric eels and being exposed to the liquid inside. Though Max survived, his body became an unstable living electrical capacitor. Soon after, Dr. Bromwell has Max wear a jumpsuit to contain the electricity to protect himself and others, with his body, especially his face, turned into an electric field. Maddened by his physical isolation, combined with Spider-Man attacking him (Spider-Man thought he was a mugger), Max takes on the name of "Electro"--after Spider-Man jokingly called him that during their first fight—and lashes out for a cure by taking Dr. Connors hostage until he is defeated by Spider-Man knocking him into a pool, rendering Electro unconscious. Electro is one of the only villains (besides Lizard and Molten Man) who didn't want to become a villain, and is also loyal to Doctor Octopus.

Electro reappears in Episode 11 "Group Therapy", in which Electro has been undergoing therapy at Ravencroft, and under the instruction of Doctor Octopus, who offered a cure in return for his cooperation, pretended to respond well to it. Upon his release, Electro freed Doc Ock, Rhino, Shocker, Sandman, Vulture, Fancy Dan, and Ox from prison to form the Sinister Six, where his loyalty to Doc Ock keeps the team together and has better control of his powers. Despite this, he is defeated by Spider-Man (possessed by the black suit), when he drops Rhino on top of him, causing him to pass out from his weight and loses control over his powers.

Electro next appears in the season two episode "Reinforcement", where his mentality has degraded to the point where he refused to be called "Max", claiming that a normal name was only for a normal person. He is broken out of Ravencroft with out Master Planner (aka Doctor Octopus) and made a member of a new Sinister Six. Most of the new Six is defeated by Spider-Man, but Electro manages to get away. He appears in the following episode, "Shear Strength", assisting in the Master Planner's plan to control the world's technology. Spider-Man battles him in Master Planner's underwater base, and makes him lose his temper by repeatingly calling him "Max", causing him to lose focus and be defeated. Electro is later pulled out of the base by Spider-Man before it self-destructs.

In "Growing Pains", Electro is held at Ravencroft once more, becoming maniacal (he does not desire being normal anymore). Prof. Miles Warren says, "Another one of yours?". Dr. Connors simply nods.

The show's version of Electro gives him an army private green color scheme with wires and tubes connecting his body to his gloves and a mask that opens up to reveals his face, making his costume a mixture of the mainstream version and the Ultimate version. When unmasked, his face takes the shape of the mainstream's mask.


  • Electro is one of the villains on The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man ride at the Islands of Adventure theme park at Universal Orlando Resort. He is a member of the Sinister Syndicate, and attacks guests with an electrical power cable to shake their vehicle with electricity. During the climax on the rooftops of New York, he attacks Spider-Man but hits Hydro-Man instead, accidentally knocking himself out due to his exposure to water. He is last seen webbed up with the rest of the Syndicate.

Video games

  • Although he does not appear in the first two Game Boy Spider-Man games, Electro is present in Spider-Man 3: Invasion of the Spider-Slayers.[citation needed]
  • In the Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro video game, Electro is the main antagonist, gathering a group of villains similarly to Doctor Octopus from the previous game. Near the end of the game, he holds Doctor Watts hostage in order to get the jewel that will charge the machine he connected to his chest. Spider-Man gets possesion of it, but during the trade-off (Watts for the jewel), he fails to get the jewel back, and Electro super-charges himself, becoming Hyper-Electro. Spider-Man defeats the god-like supervillain, and is sent to a cell along with his lackeys Hammerhead and Shocker.
  • Electro appears as a boss in Ultimate Spider-Man voiced by James Arnold Taylor. Electro is hired by Bolivar Trask to gauge Venom's power. Electro leads Venom on a chase throughout Manhattan when Spider-Man appears. Electro knocks Spider-Man out and tries to kill him, but Venom attacks Electro trying to take Electro's opportunity to kill the fallen hero. Venom defeats Electro by destroying the neon signs that Electro is feeding on. When S.H.I.E.L.D. arrives, Venom flees and Electro is once again brought into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody.[citation needed]
  • Electro appears on the unlockable art screen, "Villains Gallery 2", in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, hinting at the possibility of Electro having been planned for inclusion at one point, but later dropped for unknown reasons.[citation needed]
  • In the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC versions of the Spider-Man 3 video game, he is referenced to when Spider-Man sees an electric generator and says, "This reminds me of my last fight with Electro, only these are smarter". In the Game Boy Advance version of the game, Electro is one of the main bosses, hired by the Kingpin to kidnap a senator.[citation needed]
  • Electro is also a boss and a playable character in the PSP version of the Spider-Man: Friend or Foe voiced by David Kaye.[citation needed]
  • Electro appears in Spider-Man: Web of Shadows voiced by Liam O'Brien. He causes mass destruction when looking for the S.H.I.E.L.D. Quarantine Zone that his sister is in. After a fight with Spider-Man, Electro's sister runs to his side after Black Widow shoots him. The symbiote on her infects Electro and turns him into a symbiote version of himself. Soon, Electro-type Symbiotes called Electrolings appear and Spider-Man engages Symbiote-Electro in battle when they start showing up. During the battle, Symbiote-Electro will create more Symbiote Pods to power him up. If the player takes the Red Suit path, Spider-Man helps Electro overcome his symbiote and he remembers what happened before he was infected and then collapses. If the player takes the Black Suit path, Spider-Man badly beats up Electro enough for the symbiote to come off and Electro fries the symbiote in revenge for infecting his sister.[citation needed]
  • Electro appears as a mini-boss battle in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 voiced by Kirk Thornton.[36] He is the first boss that the player will fight when they encounter him near the power source at a Latverian church. Nanite Nick Fury later copies Electro's powers indicating that Electro had been absorbed into The Fold. In the PSP, PS2, and Wii version, Electro attacks the heroes at the portal leading out of the Negative Zone Prison alongside Grey Gargoyle, Lizard, and Scorcher.


  • Amazing Spider-Man #9, 82, 181, 187, 334-339, 368, 422-425, 568, 612-614 Annual 1, 4, 8, 6, 21, 24
  • Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 2 #12
  • Avengers #236-237, Annual #2
  • Avengers Spotlight #26
  • Avengers: The Initiative #27
  • Captain America #411-412
  • Captain Marvel Vol. 1 #39
  • Civil War: War Crimes #1
  • Code of Honor #3
  • Daredevil #2, 12, 87, 89, Annual Vol. 1 #1
  • Daredevil: Yellow #4
  • Defenders Vol. 1 #63-64
  • Defenders Vol. 2 #10
  • Falcon #3-4
  • Fantastic Four #218, Annual #3
  • Hood Vol 1 1
  • Marvel Comics Presents Vol. 1 #97
  • Marvel Fanfare Vol. 1 #22
  • Marvel Graphic Novel #68
  • Marvel Holiday Special '93
  • Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #2-3, 11
  • Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 #56
  • Marvel Two-In-One #57
  • Mighty Avengers #16
  • New Avengers #1-2, 4, 48
  • Omega the Unknown Vol. 1 #3
  • Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #38-40, 42, 66
  • Sensational Spider-Man Vol. 2 #30
  • She-Hulk Vol. 1 #5-6
  • She-Hulk Vol. 2 #17
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #134-136,
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2# 27
  • Spider-Man Vol. 1 #18-23
  • Spider-Man: Chapter One #6-7
  • Underworld #3
  • War Machine Vol. 1 #1


  1. ^ Exterminators (Spider-Man foes)
  2. ^ Electro is number 87 , IGN.
  3. ^ Web of Spider-Man Volume 2 #2
  4. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #9 (Feb. 1964)
  5. ^ Daredevil #2
  6. ^ Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1
  7. ^ Fantastic Four Annual #3
  8. ^ Daredevil Annual #1
  9. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #82
  10. ^ Daredevil #87
  11. ^ Omega the Unknown #3
  12. ^ Marvel Team-Up #56
  13. ^ Defenders #63
  14. ^ Spectacular Spider-Man #39
  15. ^ Fantastic Four #218
  16. ^ Spectacular Spider-Man #134
  17. ^ Spectacular Spider-Man #157
  18. ^ Amazing Spider-Man #334-339
  19. ^ Marvel Knights Spider-Man #2
  20. ^ New Avengers #4
  21. ^ Civil War: War Crimes #1 (February 2007)
  22. ^ New Avengers #48
  23. ^
  24. ^ Amazing Spider-Man #612
  25. ^ Amazing Spider-Man #613
  26. ^ Amazing Spider-Man #614
  27. ^ Amazing Spider-Man #615
  28. ^ Spider-Girl #51 (Nov. 2002)
  29. ^ Spider-Girl #81 (Feb. 2005)
  30. ^ Ultimate Spider-Man #17 (March 2002)
  31. ^ Miniseries Ultimate Six #1-7 (Nov. 2003 - June 2004)
  32. ^ Ultimate Spider-Man #112 (Oct. 2007)
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