This article of Superhero Feats, I've decided to display some of the incredible feats of arguably the most influential "humanized" superhero.....the web-slinging Peter Parker himself...Spider-Man.

I. Strength

1. Lifts a train car.

2. Supporting and holding up the Daily Bugle building, then stabilizes it with his webbing.

3. Frees himself from tons of metal and debris.

4. Lifts cars easily.

5. Rips a lamppost out from the ground, then smashes a police truck with it.

6. Holds up then smashes a solid gold statue into pieces.

7. Throws Wolverine out of an "unbreakable" window.

8. Easily lifts a bus.

9. Frees himself from a huge stone plug that took him and She-Hulk to lift before.

10. Once again frees himself from under tons of debris.

11. Supports a huge helicopter from falling.

12. Lifts a small tank in the air and slams it to ground, and then he slams another tank to other one with his webbing.

13. Lifts and carries two cars with just one hand web-slings with them and throws them through a window.

14. Easily topples over a train car that Paladin was struggling with with only a flick of his finger.

15. Stops a speeding truck with his bare hands.

16. Catches a car thrown at him by the Hulk without much problem.

17. Lifts a huge amount of rubble.

18. Rips apart Puma's robot.

19. Demolishes an entire building.

20. Punches Iron Man through a wall.

21. Rips apart Dr. Octopus' titanium tentacles.

22. Dismantles 2 Sentinels.

II. Agility / Speed

1. Reflects on his amazing agility.

2. Maneuvers his way around a laser system with ease.

3. Catches Electro off guard with his "orbiting around something to gain momentum" trick. :-).

4. Moves his way around Dr. Octopus' tentacles.

5. Showing an impressive panel of agility.

6. Speed-blitzing Absorbing Man

7. Tags Speed Demon.

8. Dodges bullets fired from 10 snipers at the same time.

9. Dodges multiple blasts from Lightmaster's duplicates.

10. Stilt Man’s factory programmed to kill Spidey attacks him with lasers (computer controlled, dozens at one time), missiles (computer controlled) and even more lasers with other numerous things being fired at Spidey, and none land a single hit.

11. Dodges Iron Man's repulsor blasts.

III. Durability / Healing

1. Doc Ock collapses a building ontop of him, and survives.

2. Survives the damage of being carried to the sky by a high-speed missile, incredible cold of upper atmosphere, difficulty of breathing, the explosion of said missile from close range and getting infected by the deadly toxins it carries (his durability enabled him to survive the toxins for minutes until cure would be given).

3. Survives getting hit with a car thrown by the Lizard.

4. Survives a building-destroying explosion.

5. Survives an insane amount of electricity.

6. Heals a broken arm over few nights sleep, and a bullet wound so completely that it doesn’t even leave a scar.

7. Heals from the effects of poison gas in moments.

IV. Intelligence

1. Makes an electromagnetic pulse in matter of seconds, in middle of fight, using nothing but couple of circuits from someone’s weapon systems.

2. Creates a serum for a flesh-eating disease in a matter of minutes.

3. Figures out a way to beat Morlun by studying his DNA. He irradiates himself and then, as he isn’t “pure” anymore, he can hurt Morlun with his blows and beat him down. Nice durability feat too, seeing as he takes all that radiation and stays alive. Shows Spidey’s knowledge concerning radiation too.

4. Hank Pym states that Spidey is smarter than himself.

5. Equaled the intelligence test scores Reed Richards posted when he was Spidey’s age.

6. Creates a chemical that fuses Doctor Octopus' titanium arms together.

7. Created a pass code to override Iron Man’s safeguards, showing impressive forward thinking and machinery knowledge.

8. Creates royal water to dissolve gold armor in few moments.

V. Willpower

1. Overcomes Mr. Fear's fear potion.

2. Freed himself from Fusion's illusions.

VI. Spider-Sense

1. Describes his SS.

2. Teleporting attacks are sensed.

3. SS warns him about something hasty…like here when he attempts to smash a glass when there is an alarm triggered in it.

4. Warns him if someone is bluffing playing poker.

5. Warns him if someone is lying.

6. Detected Black Panther sneaking up on him.

7. Warns off illusions.

VII. Fighting Skills / Battles

1. Single-handedly defeats 117 moderately skilled fighters who have electric swords and guns and armors.

2. Defeats several ninjas from the Hand.

3. Fights Daredevil…DD has the edge on the first page, but only because Spider-Man is acting irrational. Spider-Man pounces on him for the remaining fight.

4. Defeats Dr. Strange. (Yes PIS with Strange obviously holding back).

5. Takes down Deadpool.

6. Hits Iron Man hard enough to knock his Sensory Apparatus offline.

7. Teams with Daredevil to fight Blackheart.

8. Beats Firelord.

9. Brutally beats down Iron Man 2020 (Arno Stark)

10. Defeats the Juggernaut by outsmarting him.

VIII. Webbing

1. Webbing has the tensile strength of 120 pounds per square millimeter. That would mean that you need to apply 54 kilograms of strength just to break a millimeter thick strand of Spidey’s webbing. You would apply over half a ton of force to break a CENTIMETER thick strand of it. Now think when he sprays it all over your body. The force required to break that amount of Spidey’s webbing would be in hundreds of tons

2. Can contain the explosion of rocket missiles.

3. Withstands a huge explosion head on.
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SwingsetKnight - 10/24/2011, 2:18 AM
I've been waiting and hoping for Spidey to get one of these. He's actually one of the most chronically underrated superheroes out there. He can be insanely powerful when he goes all out, but because his personality veers toward being a goofball, there are endless morons ready to say he's weak and lame, that because Spider-man doesn't spill blood every issue and throw off pithy one-liners about being a killing machine, he's not up to snuff as a superhero for today.

Not so, Wolverine fanboys. Not so at all.
marvel72 - 10/24/2011, 6:07 AM
now you can see why his called the amazing spider-man,beating firelord former hearld of galactus is a pretty awesome feat.also that fight with juggernaunt is a classic.

@ sagemode

prepare to see an editorial on "spider-man defeats" which only show half the actual fight. :D

@ thegoddamnsuperguy

hasn't the superman universe been rebooted,so only having two or three issues actually out,he probably hasn't got enough info to make an editorial.

JDUKE25 - 10/24/2011, 6:48 AM
All I can say, very nice.
RAZE - 10/24/2011, 7:28 AM
Spidey is one of my top 5 favorite characters :) Never realized he was so physically strong, I thought he was like 10 tons max with the symbiote suit. I know Spiderman has a unique fighting style but i wonder where it ranks in the Marvel Universe.

I know Im starting to beg but u are so good at these, PLEASE do Silver Surfer :) I think he is one of the most interesting characters in the MU, He is incredibly powerful but always holds back be cause of how high he regards life after realizing he has committed genocide on a cosmic scale, while serving Galactus. He has such an array of powers and the writers always seem to forget about :/
SmokinIndo - 10/24/2011, 11:15 AM

What are you talking about? Go to a random chat channel and start asking people what they think of Spider-Man and almost everyone will tell you that he's a dripping wet pussy. He's like the former child-star of superheroes. And it's all thanks to Sam Raimi and Tobey "Baby-face" Maguire. Hopefully The Amazing Spider-Man will undo the damage that Spider-Man 3 did to the web-slinger. Spidey is the greatest superhero and he deserves to have the celebrity status that Batman currently holds.
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 11:53 AM
@TheGDSuperguy: Im trying to figure out the relevance in the comment about Superman and Thor. LOL
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 11:54 AM
And for you to dislike Thor so much, you sure do talk about him quite VERY often.
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 12:05 PM
@Marvel72: I know's just funny how someone would go make spite articles cause of them being haters. Like, we all know that EVERY superhero has lost battles, but just to do it cause of your dislike for the character is pretty pathetic.

He's supposed to be makin a Wolverine Defeats article next, so I'll be making a Wolverine Superhero Feats very soon after that.

@RAZE: Dont worry bud. Silver Surfer, and the Hulk are ones im gonna post soon, Im just tryin to find some more scans on them.

The whole point in me doing these articles are to show people that certain characters have more going for them than people think. Moreso underrated characters. Thats why im kinda hesitant to do Superman and Batman because EVERYONE knows exactly what they're capable of.
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 12:07 PM
I was actually gonna do a Ghost Rider one last night, but i couldnt find enough scan about his feats, but as soon as I do, I'll definitely post it. I got Doc Strange in mind also.
ThaMessenger07 - 10/24/2011, 1:43 PM
I have tons of Scans for pretty much any hero you may want. You should do a Namor and a Aquaman thread. I Can provide 90% of what you would need for both. Most really hate on them.
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 2:44 PM
@ThaMessenger07: Thats wasup. here can you email me scans of Namor, Ghost Rider, Black Panther, Silver Surfer, Wolverine, The Hulk, and Nightwing. Aquaman would be cool too
SwingsetKnight - 10/24/2011, 2:49 PM
@ The Goddamnsuperguy:

Nope. Chuck Testa.

Spider-man was the big noise in comics 20 years ago, and he's still coasting on that reputation, but it's ringing more and more hollow. As indorapter12 said, a lot of casual comic readers tend to regard Spidey as a neurotic little bitch because of his depiction lately. Simultaneously, these people are aware of the ongoing PERCEPTION of Spider-man as possessing a legion of fanboys comparable to Batman's, ready to fight and die with the name of Peter Parker on their blood-spattered lips, and this makes our casual readers resentful toward a cultural movement from which they feel excluded by taste.

Comics being a medium by necessity vastly concerned with fan reaction, Spider-man has been over the past decade or so beginning to match more and more closely with public perception of the character, which in turn reinforces opinions, leading to a whole LOT of "I hate Spiderman! I don't care if that's an unpopular opinion!" In fact, it's not unpopular in the slightest.

All of this is, imo, very regrettable considering Spider-man's history as one of the most nuanced, appealing characters in comics for a long time. I don't see him fading out, but I am concerned that the character might end up being artificially altered to resemble Deadpool or someone (oh bitter irony).

All of this, btw, could easily be called The Superman Effect, after the character to whom basically the same thing happened just as Spider-man was coming in as the top dog.
ThaMessenger07 - 10/24/2011, 6:23 PM
I'll get them to you tomorrow. In fact I was on your Cap one and a lot of those were pics I scanned on an old blog like 5-6 years ago lmao
SageMode - 10/24/2011, 8:28 PM
@ThaMessenger07: haha. Small world aint it?
MoonDoggyX - 10/25/2011, 11:06 AM
@0SageMode0 - Awesome feature!

What's up with all the Spidey hate??? To this day he is by far the coolest and most interesting character in Marvel... PERIOD! Even with inflation and 3D up-charges, he outsold all of the Avengers movies... his cartoon was marvel's best... His comic is Marvel's best... His movies are Marvel's best... X-men is a super close 2nd in all of those categories.

i have no bias, I'll just say the "Superher Feats" articles are more interesting when they are underdogs (Spidet, Bats, Ironfist, etc... ) taking on stronger foes or challenges...

"Superhero defeats" are more interesting when it's favorites(Supes, Thor, Silver Surfer, etc...) losing fights that they should win...
MARV3L - 10/25/2011, 10:12 PM
I wanna see a full strength/fully powered Spidey on the big screen in mid battle, kicking supreme ass using his agility and webbing combined with his pure brute force for maximum impact!

KillJoy13 - 10/28/2011, 11:09 AM
This proovs it, Spidey is the best
Spiderfan113 - 7/31/2012, 1:05 AM! Also I loled a bit in the durability/healing section. Ultimate Spider-man gets a truck blown up in his face and dies, Amazing Spider-man gets a building destroying explosion near him and not only survives, but keeps fighting. Lol XD

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