great power comes great responsibility" --Uncle Ben Parker
"Meet Peter Parker, once a brilliant, though meek, high school student, orphaned as a child and reared by his doting Uncle Ben and Aunt May. At a science fair, Peter was bitten by an irradiated spider and gained the proportionate strength, speed, agility and early warning 'spider-sense' of that arachnid. He used these powers for personal fame and fortune as a masked Spider-Man. But when Peter failed to stop a criminal who later killed his beloved Uncle Ben, the youth's costumed identity took on a far deeper significance. He realized that with great power there must also come great responsibility. So Peter Parker became the wall-crawling nemesis of the criminal element, a young man determined to atone for the tragic death of his uncle." (taken from a recent issue of The Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel Comics)
Spider-Man was created by Stan Lee and first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 in 1962.
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