Even Diehard Fans Can't Name All These Spider-Man Villains

Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes on the planet and he has many villains that want him to pay. Throughout the years Spider-Man has grown to be a very well known hero and he has sold Marvel tons of comic books. This meant that Marvel had to keep up with giving Spider-Man new villains to fight every iteration. This is why there are so many different Spider-Man villains. He is one of the few heroes in the Marvel Universe who has over 50 unique villains.

We have chosen a few of the most prominent Spider-Man villains and stuck them on this quiz. Do you think you can name all of them? Some of these villains will be fairly simple to name due to their appearance in video games and movies. However, some of the villains on this quiz are villains that are mainly from other comic books and have only had a few run-ins with Spider-Man. Other villains didn't really make it off the drawing board and have only been featured in a few of Spider-Man's adventures. Trying to name all of these supervillains is going to be a hard task but it is doable. Now, let's get started!

Question 1

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spider-Man villain is one of the lower tier villains but he has appeared in many forms of media. He has been seen in films like Spider-Man: Homecoming and has appeared in a number of Spider-Man video games. Wikipedia describes him as "a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Herman Schultz is a criminal who, after several terms for robbery, built a battle suit that sent out electric waves to quickly open safes as well as give him a significant advantage over the police. His crimes put him in direct conflict with the superhero Spider-Man, belonging to his rogue's gallery."

Question 2

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This supervillain is known to use many different disguises to mask himself as different people in order to obtain things in the world like money. This tactic is also used when facing Spider-Man to appear as people Spider-Man cares about in his real life. "He is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Commonly depicted as a master of disguise and the half-brother of Kraven the Hunter, the Chameleon is known as being the first supervillain for Spider-Man to face by first appearing in the original issue of The Amazing Spider-Man." (Wikipedia) He is commonly depicted as having a blank face in order to disguise himself as whoever he wants.

Question 3

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is made out of the same symbiote that has taken over Spider-Man before and is largely seen as Spider-Man's toughest foe. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #360. He was created by writer David Michelinie and artist Mark Bagley. The character belongs to a race of amorphous extraterrestrial parasites known as the Klyntar. He is usually depicted as an adversary to Spider-Man, as well as serving as the archenemy of Venom. The symbiote has taken many hosts. The original and most notable host from Earth-616 is Cletus Kasady, a thief from the Marvel Universe. Norman Osborn and his grandson Normie Osborn have also used the symbiote and have been referred to as the Red Goblin." (Wikipedia)

Question 4

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character has an intriguing backstory and explains how he got his superpowers and how he ran into Spider-Man. "Morris "Morrie" Bench gained his superpowers while working as a crewman on the cargo ship the U.S.S. Bulldog, having been knocked overboard accidentally by Spider-Man (right after the hero finished a fight against Namor) while a powerful experimental generator is being tested in the ocean. The combination of unknown radiation and his immersion in a deep ocean-dwelling bacteria turns him into a supervillain. When he realized that he had become a man-of-water, he blamed Spider-Man for his accident and started to hunt him (through many showers, sewers, and water valves), in order to get revenge on the hero, but was defeated in combat." (Wikipedia)

Question 5

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This supervillain is known to use tricks to his advantage in battle. He has been known to use these different tactics when fighting Spider-Man. "Quentin Beck, a special effects wizard and stunt man working for a major Hollywood studio with dreams of making a name for himself in the film industry. However, he came to see his job in special effects as a useless job. His attempts to become an actor were poorly received, but he realized that his expertise in illusions could make him an effective criminal. In his first battle with Spider-Man, after he frames Spider-Man for robbing the Midtown Museum, he obstructs the hero's spider-sense with gas and dissolves Spider-Man's webbing with a chemical abrasive. However Spider-Man tricks Mysterio into revealing he robbed the museum, then Spider-Man revealed he had captured it on tape." (Wikipedia)

Question 6

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This is one of Spider-Man's most known villains and is often seen as an anti-hero rather than a supervillain. However, he has had his fair share of run-ins with Spider-Man acting as the supervillain. "He is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with Spider-Man. The character is a sentient alien Symbiote with an amorphous, liquid-like form, who survives by bonding with a host, usually human. The Symbiote was originally introduced as a living alien costume in The Amazing Spider-Man #252 (May 1984), with a full first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #300 (May 1988)." (Wikipedia)

Question 7

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain's body is completely made out of sand and with this power he can mold into many different shapes and sizes. He can also maneuver quickly with this ability. "He is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. A shapeshifter endowed through an accident with the ability to turn himself into sand, he began as a villain and later became an ally of Spider-Man. The character has been adapted into various other media incarnations of Spider-Man, including animated cartoons and the 2007 film Spider-Man 3, in which he is portrayed by Thomas Haden Church." (Wikipedia)

Question 8

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is not only a Spider-Man villain but a big name villain for most Marvel superheroes. He has also appeared as a prominent Daredevil villain even being portrayed in the Marvel Daredevil series on Netflix. "The character is portrayed as one of the most powerful crime bosses in the Marvel Universe, typically holding the position of New York City's crime overlord. Initially, an adversary of Spider-Man, the character later became the arch-enemy of Daredevil and a recurring foe of the Punisher. IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains Of All Time List ranked him as number 10. His signature look is his extraordinarily heavyset appearance, with most of his mass consisting of muscle. He usually wears a white suit jacket and carries a cane, which he tips with diamonds or other hard substances as necessary to aid in physical combat." (Wikipedia)

Question 9

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spiderman character is known for his grizzly appearance and often having a hunter persona. Wikipedia states he " is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is one of Spider-Man's frequent enemies and the half-brother of Dmitri Smerdyakov, better known as the Chameleon. In 2009, Kraven was ranked as IGN's 53rd Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. The character has appeared in numerous Spider-Man adaptations, including animated series and video games. He is widely regarded as one of the most formidable enemies among his rogues." The character garnered a lot of attention not only for being a prominent Spider-Man villain but a popular standalone character.

Question 10

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is widely known to be one of Spider-Man's toughest opponents and resembles that of a real-life rhino. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S, comic books published by Marvel Comics. Although more than one character has assumed the identity of this villain, the first of these, and the one primarily associated with that identity, is Aleksei Sytsevich, who was created by writer Stan Lee and artist John Romita Sr., and first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #41 (Oct. 1966). Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, he has been featured in other Marvel-endorsed products such as animated television series, arcade and video games, and merchandise such as action figures and trading cards. A version of this character using powered battle armor, portrayed by Paul Giamatti, appeared in the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Question 11

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character has a rich backstory as put by Wikipedia. "Mark Raxton was born in New York City. He was a scientist who could not wait to use his skills to become rich, and once worked at Oscorp Industries, as the laboratory assistant to Dr. Spencer Smythe, creator of the Spider-Slayers. Raxton and Smythe developed an experimental new liquid metallic alloy for the Spider-Slayers from a radioactive meteor, but Raxton attempted to steal it and sell it for his own profit. In the ensuing fight with Smythe in the laboratory, Raxton spilled the liquid alloy all over himself, his skin absorbing it and turning golden. Raxton ran for the nearest hospital, only to discover that the alloy had changed him for the better when he angrily punched an irate motorist's hood, buckling it. Realizing the great potential his new abilities afforded him, Raxton turned to crime to further his monetary gains. Peter Parker, as Spider-Man, was forced to nearly miss his high school graduation to stop his first crime spree. He was released from jail before long, only to continue his criminal activities. However, he was once again defeated by Spider-Man.

Question 12

Name this Spider-Man Villain

Very similar to Spider-Man this character has taken on the identity of another fairly common member of the spider family. "Anton Miguel Rodriguez was expelled from his small organization after harming a guard without reason during a robbery. Anton then went over to the side of the repressive government, where they created the identity for him to serve as a government operative and his country's counterpart to Captain America. After alienating his masters, he embarks on a criminal job in the United States. He gets a Hudson River day liner to rob the passengers and hold them for ransom; his plan is disrupted by Spider-Man and Punisher. He escapes custody with the help of Jackal who sought revenge on Spider-Man; however, he is defeated by Spider-Man." (Wikipedia)

Question 13

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character is most popular for being portrayed by Miles Davis' Uncle. Miles Davis is another version of Spider-Man later down the line. This character has been seen in films like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse. Wikipedia states "is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Several characters (such as the anti-hero Hobart "Hobie" Brown and the criminal Aaron Davis) have taken up the identity all while being an acquaintance to Spider-Man. Hobie Brown has appeared in various animations and video games. Aaron Davis makes his live-action debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming portrayed by Donald Glover."

Question 14

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain isn't outright seen as a Spider-Man villain and is more of a villain to the X-Men but he has been seen to fight Spider-Man in several iterations. He has also appeared to fight characters such as Deadpool in the film Deadpool 2. "Since his debut during the Silver Age of Comic Books, the character has appeared in over five decades of Marvel publications, featuring prominently in the X-Men titles and starring in two one-shot solo publications. The character has also been associated with Marvel merchandise including clothing, toys, trading cards, animated television series, video games, and the 2006 superhero feature film, X-Men: The Last Stand, in which he was a member of Magneto's Brotherhood of Mutants and was played by Vinnie Jones. He later appeared in Deadpool 2, played in motion capture and voiced by Ryan Reynolds." (Wikipedia)

Question 15

Name this Spider-Man Villain

Not only does this villain have super strength but she is also very nimble making her one of Spider-Man's toughest foes. Wikipedia states "She is an insectoid creature from the Astral Plane and the totem of the spider wasp, much as Spider-Man is rumored to be a totem of the spider. As spider wasps harm spiders, she escaped the astral world where she lived to find Spider-Man (Spider-Man had previously visited her world and accidentally alerted her to his presence). Her plan was to feed "the spider" to her children once she put him down. She assumed a human form and calling herself Sharon, she went to Fox News and claimed to be Spider-Man's lover to draw him out and make a fool of him. Spider-Man quickly came to the studio and angrily attacked her, revealing her wasp form. After an intense battle, she poisoned him with wasp venom to paralyze him. After falling into a museum exhibit, he was found by Ezekiel Sims and taken to Ghana in Africa."

Question 16

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spider-Man villain comes from a time where they were creating villains and characters out of anything they could think of. This included a Ferris-wheel that shoots lasers. "Jackson Weele is a businessman who has embezzled from his company. Worried that he might be caught, he hires a youthful criminal, Rocket Racer, to steal the evidence that incriminates him. However, Rocket Racer opts to use the evidence to blackmail Weele instead. Racer is not particularly kind to Weele, disparagingly referring to him as "Big Weele". Angered by Rocket Racer's taunts, Weele visits the mechanical genius and underworld supplier the Tinkerer, who the Rocket Racer boasted had upgraded his equipment. At Weele's urging, the Tinkerer creates a large metal wheel that can climb up buildings, complete with tools and waldo-arms." (Wikipedia)

Question 17

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This mob boss/businessman is one of Spider-Man's most popular villains. He has a large forehead that is made out of metal and he often uses it in battle with his opponents. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is primarily an enemy of Spider-Man and a member of organized crime who exists in Marvel's main shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe. He is closely associated with the "Hammerhead Family", a Maggia crime family. he distinguishes himself from other villains in that he dresses up and acts somewhat like a gangster from the 1920s. Due to a scuff he endured, much of his skull was replaced with an unbendable steel alloy by Jonas Harrow, giving his head a flattened shape." (Wikipedia)

Question 18

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spider-Man foe is closely similar to another one of Spider-Man's most popular enemies and that plays into his backstory a bit. Wikipedia states "Amoral billionaire fashion designer Roderick Kingsley was obsessed with Norman Osborn (aka the original Green Goblin) after discovering locations of various hideouts. He decided to create a name for himself instead of just being another Goblin, he altered the formula, the costume and improved the Goblin equipment. Kingsley then frames Ned Leeds for his crimes and harms his successor Jason Macendale years later. Kingsley's villainous identity is finally found out by Spider-Man and Betty Brant, and he flees to the Caribbean to hide from both the law and his enemies. Roderick's brother and accomplice later poses as him, attempts to take the identity and is put down by Phil Urich who takes up the mantle himself. Donning his old costume, Roderick returns to New York and battles Urich, but ends up agreeing to let Urich continue in the role as long as Kingsley gets a share of the profits."

Question 19

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is known to have originally started out in a wheelchair but through his powers, he was able to gain the ability to walk. "The Spider-Slayers were a series of robots that sought to end Spider-Man. The initial generation of spider-slayers was created by his father, Spencer, and commissioned by J. Jonah Jameson. After Spencer tried to stop Spider-Man—and ended up passing as a result of prolonged exposure to the radioactive samples involved- he inherited the legacy from his father and gained a new-found hatred toward Spider-Man. His initial attempt, in a rather humorous misunderstanding, he mistook Mary Jane Watson for Spider-Man (playing along with it to give Peter time to come up with a plan, Mary Jane claimed she used a super-powered suit designed by aliens) until he was defeated by the real wall-crawler. He initially worked for the Kingpin but left in disagreement over how to deal with Spider-Man and went solo." (Wikipedia)

Question 20

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character is one of Spider-Man's most popular enemies and is known for being a scientist who went mad with power and created biconical arms that helped him carry out crimes. "He is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. A highly intelligent mad scientist, he is typically portrayed as a stocky, myopic man who utilizes four powerful, mechanical appendages, and is a prominent enemy of the superhero Spider-Man. The character has appeared in numerous Spider-Man cartoons and video games and is portrayed by Alfred Molina in the 2004 film Spider-Man 2. In 2009, he was ranked as IGN's 28th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. His first brief appearance as the Superior Spider-Man was in Daredevil vol. 3 #21 (December 2012) and his first full appearance of the same character was in Avenging Spider-Man #15.1 (Dec. 2012). " (Wikipedia)

Question 21

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain isn't only Spider-Man's villain but a villain among other superheroes including Captain America. "Edward Whelan became a geneticist working for Baron Helmut Zemo and Primus I (who was impersonating Arnim Zola). In an experiment with the Primus/Arnim Zola imposter, his skin becomes a light pinkish fur color and he ends up resembling a cannibalistic, humanoid rat. He is defeated by Captain America and turned over to S.H.I.E.L.D. He escapes S.H.I.E.L.D., however, and returns to the service of Zola and Zemo. He is shackled by Zemo with Captain America in a dungeon; he battles, mutates, escapes, and wounds Zemo." (Wikipedia)

Question 22

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain mostly resembles that of a vampire but has much greater power than that of your typical vampire. According to Wikipedia he "is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is a central foe of all the themed versions of Spider-Man, being one of their most powerful and dangerous adversaries. He is an entity from Earth-001 that hunts all the Spider-Totems from traveling to the many multiverses of Marvel Comics. He is best known as the temporary ender of the Earth-616 version of Spider-Man in the storyline "Spider-Man: The Other", and is also the main antagonist of the "Spider-Verse" storyline where he and his estranged family attempt to end all the versions of Spider-Man as prophesied by him."

Question 23

Name this Spider-Man Villain

After the passing of Gwen Stacey, this obsessed scientist blames Spider-Man for her passing and is obsessed with putting a stop to Spider-Man. Through this obsession, he turns himself into a goblin-like creature. Wikipedia states "The character first appears in The Amazing Spider-Man #129 (Feb. 1974) and was created by writer Gerry Conway and artist Ross Andru. In The Amazing Spider-Man #148 (Sep. 1975), the identity was revealed to be Professor Miles Warren, who first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (Dec. 1965), and was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko. Prior to his reintroduction, Miles Warren's appearances were essentially limited to the occasional cameo in which he acts as a simple background to Spider-Man's civilian life as a college student. When named at all in these early appearances, he is called only "Professor Warren". A "Mister Warren" had previously appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #8 (Jan. 1964), but he is a high school science teacher rather than a college professor and is physically very distinct from the later Miles Warren. Despite this, the characters co-creator Gerry Conway has said it was always his interpretation that "Mister Warren", "Professor Warren", and Professor Miles Warren were all the same character."

Question 24

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character or villain mostly resembles that of Catwoman in the DC Universe in more ways than one. She is often seen as an anti-hero more than a villain and only sometimes gets in Spider-Man's way. The two have been known to work together in the past. "She is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Throughout her history, Black Cat has sometimes been an enemy, love interest, and ally of the superhero Spider-Man. Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Dave Cockrum, she first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July 1979)" according to Wikipedia.

Question 25

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This is another one of Spider-Man's most known enemies and his suit has a large biconical tail that closely resembles that of a scorpions tail. Wikipedia states "Mac Gargan first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #19 and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. He was a private investigator who was hired by J. Jonah Jameson to find out how Peter Parker was able to obtain the photos of Spider-Man. When Spider-Man evaded Gargan, J. Jonah Jameson decided to use Gargan as a test subject for an experiment done by Farley Stillwell which led to Gargan becoming the supervillain in order to defeat Spider-Man. Many years later, Gargan becomes a host for the Venom symbiote. After the Venom symbiote was removed from him in the aftermath of the Siege storyline, Gargan was sprung from the Raft by Alistair Smythe and outfitted with a new Scorpion suit.

Question 26

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This is another popular Spider-Man villain and is part of the popular Spider-Man villain group the Sinister Six. He uses giant mechanical wings to fly high above the city and he uses this to evade and attack Spider-Man. "He is an alias used by several fictional supervillains appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first character to use the alias is Adrian Toomes, a recurring enemy of Spider-Man, and the second villain he encountered, after the Chameleon. Over the years, other characters have taken the mantle as enemies of Spider-Man, but Toomes is still the most recurring and well-known version of this villain. The character has been depicted in numerous Spider-Man cartoons and video games. Michael Keaton portrayed the villain in the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming and its 2019 sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home; both are set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe." (Wikipedia)

Question 27

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spider-Man villain is known to be a mob boss in New York and has had many run-ins with Spider-Man due to his criminal activity. According to Wikipedia he is "is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. A hulking albino man with filed teeth, he is a notorious crime boss in New York City. He is primarily an enemy of Spider-Man and Daredevil, and the father of Janice Lincoln. The character has appeared in various media including two animated series (Spider-Man: The Animated Series and The Spectacular Spider-Man), and the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."

Question 28

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is arguably the most popular and well-known Spider-Man villain due to his association with Peter Parker and his appearance in the first wide spread Spider-Man movie. According to Wikipedia "He is the alias of several fictional supervillains appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first and best-known incarnation, Norman Osborn, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, is generally considered to be the archenemy of Spider-Man. The villain is a Halloween-themed supervillain whose tools resemble bats, ghosts and jack-o'-lanterns. Comics journalist and historian Mike Conroy writes of the character: "Of all the costumed villains who've plagued Spider-Man over the years, the most flat-out unhinged and unnerving of them all is this villain." The villain has appeared in several films including 2002's Spider-Man as Norman Osborn, and 2007's Spider-Man 3 and 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 as Harry Osborn.

Question 29

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character often fights with the tool known as a boomerang which is a tool that will return to the user after throwing it. "Fred Myers was born in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia and was raised in the United States. As a young boy, he developed a love for baseball, and spent years training and perfecting his pitching arm. By the time he was a young adult, Fred had realized his dream of pitching for a major league team. However, he foolishly began accepting bribes and was drummed out of the major leagues after being discovered. Shortly thereafter, Myers was contacted by the Secret Empire, an international criminal organization that saw the potential of his skills. Myers agreed and was given a new costume and an arsenal of boomerangs, from which he derived his new code name. He battled the Hulk after taking Betty Ross hostage to get plans, but the Hulk rescues Betty."

Question 30

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is another villain that closely resembles a vampire. Like other villains, he also has much stronger versions of these powers. "Despite his initial status as one of Spider-Man's rogues, he went on to become a brooding and gritty, albeit heroic and tragically flawed antihero in his own series and other titles. His true identity is that of a former award-winning biochemist named Michael, who is imbued with pseudo-vampiric superhuman abilities and physical traits stemming from a biochemical experiment which was intended to cure his rare disorder, as opposed to supernatural means, with the rest of his appearances featuring his struggles with his inhuman-like vampiric persona, his insatiable lust for humans and his subsequent efforts to cure his horrific condition, along with his eventual stint as a brutal and nightmarish vigilante. The character has appeared in various animated shows and video games." (Wikipedia)

Question 31

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This is another villain that is commonly found in Spider-Man movies and video games. He mainly uses electric powers to stun Spider-Man and feeds off of electricity around New York City. According to Wikipedia he "is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Maxwell "Max" Dillon, the first of these villains, is an enemy of Spider-Man who gained the ability to control electricity after being struck by lightning while working on a power line. He has since become one of Spider-Man's most enduring foes, becoming part of the collective rogue team known as the Sinister Six. The second version of this villain is Francine Frye."

Question 32

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is another character from Peter Parker's life, therefore, he is more closely related to Peter Parker and featured in more stories of Spider-Man. According to Wikipedia he "is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is usually depicted as an enemy of Spider-Man. In 2009, The villain was ranked IGN's 62nd Greatest Comic Villain of All Time. In the stories, Dr. Connors was a genetic biologist who researched the ability of certain reptiles to regrow missing limbs, partially to find a way to regenerate his right arm. After a test on himself, he transforms into a lizard monster. Though able to revert to his human form, he experiences occasional fits of his alter ego breaking free."

Question 33

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This anti-hero has had a few run-ins with Spider-Man over the years but he isn't fully considered a Spider-Man villain. According to Wikipedia "The character is an Italian/ U.S. vigilante who employs, extortion, coercion, threats of violence, and torture in his campaign against crime. Driven by the passing of his wife and two children who were put down by the mob for witnessing a passing in New York City's Central Park, the Punisher wages a one-man war on the mob and all criminals in general while employing the use of various firearms. His family's enemies were the first to be slain. A war veteran and the United States Marine Corps Scout Sniper, Castle is skilled in hand-to-hand combat, guerrilla warfare, and marksmanship."

Question 34

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This brainy villain has been a villain of Spider-Man along with other Marvel characters including the X-Men. Wikipedia states "His first intended victims were Spider-Man and Captain Britain but since his games always leave the outcome up to chance the duo defeated him and escaped with their lives. Over the years Arcade has targeted a multitude of Marvel heroes, often focusing on the X-Men and associated members of X-Factor, X-Force and Excalibur. In what is considered the "game changer" for him, Avenger Arena, he managed to capture 16 superpowered teens and forced them to fight each other for survival in his latest version of his game; unlike most schemes, this endeavor yielded several casualties.

Question 35

Name this group of Spider-Man villains

This group of supervillains is a less common villain group than the Sinister Six but has still caused trouble for Spider-Man and other heroes in the past. According to Wikipedia they "are a group of hired assassins and extortionists, each with an expertise in a different unique area of combat, whose goal it is to aid various employers in the takeover of New York City's criminal gangs. In their first appearance, they aided the Big Man (Frederick Foswell) in his attempt to gain control of New York City's criminal gangs. They clashed with the superhero Spider-Man for the first time, and are defeated by him. They were subsequently employed by corrupt industrialist Norman Osborn, hired them to shut down Malone's Flophouse in a bid to gain the land. However, then-amnesiac Malone resident Namor the Sub-Mariner thwarted them, later getting rid of Osborn's construction equipment."

Question 36

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is a character that isn't only in Marvel comics or just a Spider-Man villain but a monster that has been in fiction for quite some time. He is known to be the king of all vampires. "He additionally encountered numerous superpowered opponents in the 20th century, including Mephisto, Doctor Sun, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, the X-Men, and Howard the Duck. On odd occasions, however, he would also join Earth's superheroes in combatting common threats, and even briefly became a member of the Defenders." (Wikipedia) He has many different forms and has many different backstories including several from Marvel themselves.

Question 37

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character resembles a few other Spider-Man villains due to his main mode of transformation on a glider and throwing projectile explosives. According to Wikipedia "The original villain was ex-CIA Agent Jason Macendale assuming the identity after several years working as a freelance mercenary. Macendale was primarily a foe of Spider-Man and during his time under the alias, he formed a working relationship with the Hobgoblin. However, the man Macendale ultimately learned was Hobgoblin turned out to be a brainwashed pawn of the real Hobgoblin (Roderick Kingsley). When Hobgoblin endangered his life to pursue Spider-Man in battle, the two former allies had a bitter falling out. Macendale vowed revenge and hired the services of the assassin Foreigner to stop Ned Leeds and deliver the Hobgoblin costume and tools to Macendale. Macendale then became Hobgoblin. In the end, Macendale was stopped by Kingsley out of retirement to stop Macendale when he outed Leeds as "Hobgoblin".

Question 38

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This Spider-Man villain is known to have studied Spider-Man's tactics and has put Spider-Man into several different tests in order to try and copy his abilities and moves in hopes of defeating Spider-Man. According to Wikipedia he "is a mysterious figure believed to have been born in Brooklyn, New York City. He has the ability to mimic the physical movements of anyone he witnesses; writers differ on whether this counts as a "superpower". He claims that he has had this ability since childhood. He works as a combat instructor and trains others to become lackeys for other villains by utilizing the techniques he has learned from his observation of superheroes and participates in mercenary jobs from time to time. Initially portrayed as a villain, he has also been shown training U.S. Agent and other neophyte superheroes at the behest of the US government."

Question 39

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This super-villain is a much weirder version of Spider-Man and has literally taken on the attributes of a Spider. The villain can be seen with 3 arms on each side of his body. "The villain is a near-mindless duplicate of Spider-Man that was created by Magus during the battle known as the Infinity War. The eight-limbed creature was one of many doppelgängers created by Magus during this conflict. The villain possesses Spider-Man's strength, speed, wall-climbing abilities, and spider-sense, and also has six arms, claws, fangs, and the ability to produce its own razor-edged webbing. It acts like an animal, and growls and hisses rather than speaks." (Wikipedia)

Question 40

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain has had a few run-ins with Spider-Man but usually is a stand-alone character. Wikipedia describes the character as "a fictional character, a supervillain, and a crime boss appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Brian K. Vaughan, and artists Kyle Hotz and Eric Powell. He first appeared in a comic in 2002. In the comics, Robbins encounters and fights a Nisanti demon. He steals the demon's hood and boots, which enable him to levitate and become invisible. He uses these powers to commit crimes and eventually leads a crime syndicate."

Question 41

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain isn't directly a Spider-Man villain and is seen more often fighting the Fantastic Four. However, he has had a few run-ins with Spider-Man. According to Wikipedia, he is "a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist/co-plotter Jack Kirby, the character made his debut in The Fantastic Four #5 (July 1962). The Monarch of the fictional nation Latveria, he is usually depicted as the archenemy of Reed Richards and the Fantastic Four, though he has come into conflict with other superheroes as well, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Black Panther, and the Avengers. He was ranked #4 by Wizard on its list of the 101 Greatest Villains of All Time and #3 on IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time. In a later article, IGN would declare him as Marvel's greatest villain.

Question 42

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This super villain is a fairly recent addition to the Spider-Man villain list and was recently featured as one of the main enemies in the Spider-Man Playstation 4 game. According to Wikipedia "Martin Li is an undocumented immigrant from Fujian province who attempted to travel to America to be with his wife. His mode of transportation, the Golden Mountain, was a slave ship operated by the Snakehead gang as a way to sell Fujian captives as overseas slaves in Kenya. During a storm, the ship's crew evacuated, leaving the captives alone to make a break for the New York shores. Li was the only survivor and spent the following years building a large fortune and dedicating himself to helping those less fortunate."

Question 43

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is another villain that is the enemy of several Marvel superheroes including the Fantastic Four. According to Wikipedia "The character is one of the first supervillains who became active during the "Silver Age" of Marvel Comics. He makes his first appearance as Paste-Pot Pete in Strange Tales #104 (January 1963), and in Fantastic Four #38. Peter Petruski was born in Gary, Indiana. Originally calling himself Paste-Pot Pete, the villain and professional criminal clashed with the Human Torch during his efforts to sell a new U.S. missile to the Soviets. However, he escaped by using his paste to catch the wing of a plane, then diving into the sea."

Question 44

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain uses his high tech armor to fly around the city and commit crimes. This armor also helps him in fights with Spider-Man. "He debuted in the "Human Torch" segment of Strange Tales #123 (August 1964) with the original incarnation Abner Jenkins using the first armor. This version was beaten by the Thing and Human Torch. This version would be used until the character switched to the second armor in Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #59 (October 1981) (which is most associated with the name) and would be in use until Thunderbolts #1 (April 1997) when Jenkins's alter ego was changed to MACH-1. A new version debuted in Thunderbolts #35 (February 2000). This version resembled a walking tank and would be used by Jenkins and the second incarnation Leila Davis. This version was crushed by Graviton, stopping Davis who was still inside at the time. After Davis's passing, the armor would go unused until Thunderbolts #103 (August 2006) when all three versions were stolen and used by three college students. The individual names of these characters were not revealed in this initial appearance." (Wikipedia)

Question 45

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This super villain isn't usually a Spider-Man exclusive villain and is more of an enemy to all the superheroes in the Marvel Universe. He has unbridled power and gained massive popularity when he made his on-screen debut in the film Avengers: Infinity War. He is going to have another on-screen appearance in the film Avengers: Endgame in 2019. He has prominently fought off the Avengers which have included Spider-Man in the past and has stopped over half of the population with the help of the Infinity Gauntlet. He is regarded as one of the toughest and strongest villains in Marvel history.

Question 46

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This super villain is most similar to Vision a superhero in the Marvel Universe. He can use his powers to change his density and control the molecules in his body. According to Wikipedia "Jackson Arvad was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania. A former employee at Roxxon Oil, he worked in the division dedicated to electromagnetic research as a scientist. Under constant pressure of being fired, Arvad spent lots of time furthering his work on electromagnetism, getting little sleep in the process. He eventually ended up falling asleep on the job, unable to save himself from a laboratory accident that would change his life. He ended up being caught in the electromagnetic field of a device he was working on, the device weakening the electromagnetic attraction between the molecules in his body, threatening his life. When his boss learned of the accident, he decided to let Arvad pass, but not before he demanded any scientific applications the device would've had."

Question 47

Name this group of Spider-Man villains

These villains are a series of robots who were designed with the main intention of stopping Spider-Man. According to Wikipedia "The first series of robots were originally designed and built by Dr. Spencer Smythe with the financial backing of J. Jonah Jameson who piloted them for the pleasure of personally hunting the superhero he didn't like for capture. However, Spider-Man always managed to defeat each robot in turn. Smythe's continual efforts to perfect his machines backfired on him, leading to himself being contaminated by radiation poisoning from the building materials of his creations. Blaming both Jameson and Spider-Man for this, he attempted, as a final act, to stop them both, but passed just before Spider-Man thwarted the attempt."

Question 48

Name this group of Spider-Man villains

This group of super villains is one of the most well-known groups of Spider-Man super villains and is made up of some of his most formidable foes. "After being defeated three times in a row from Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus is separated from his tentacle pack. After his tentacle pack breaks free and helps Doctor Octopus get free, he contacts every known supervillain who had crossed paths with Spider-Man. Only Electro, Kraven the Hunter, the original Mysterio, Sandman, and Vulture respond. As none of the members are willing to relinquish the honor of ending Spider-Man themselves, they decide to challenge Spider-Man individually with the order in which they face him determined by a random drawing. The team capture Aunt May and Daily Bugle secretary Betty Brant, holding them hostage in order to force Spider-Man to confront them. Spider-Man defeats the team one-by-one, mocking their decision to battle him individually instead of as a team." (Wikipedia)

Question 49

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This character isn't always considered a villain but has got in the way of Spider-Man on several occasions. According to Wikipedia she "is a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is a mercenary, hunter of war criminals, leader of the Wild Pack, and owner of Silver Sable International. Although sometimes a legitimate mercenary, her methods, and motives have sometimes brought her into conflict with other superheroes. Occasionally, she is seen as an ally of Spider-Man and other heroes." She is considered more of an anti-hero than a villain with her tactics being questioned sometimes by other heroes like Spider-Man.

Question 50

Name this Spider-Man Villain

This villain is another one of Spider-Man's enemies/allies as the two have fought together from time to time. "He first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #256 and was created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz. The inspiration for the character comes from safari cards bought by Tom DeFalco. In his earliest appearances, he acted as a mercenary, and an antagonist to Spider-Man, but soon came to respect him. He was then depicted as an ally of Spider-Man, assisting him from time to time in his appearances in The Spectacular Spider-Man series. He was associated with the superhero team known as the Outlaws for a time, and was later one of the main characters in the MODOK's 11 limited series." (Wikipedia)

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