Spiderman is the poster boy for the Marvel franchise. He epitomizes the Marvel style of making comic book characters which is to humanize them. Unlike the silver age DC heroes which are perfect just like Superman, Hal Jordan Green Lantern and the Barry Allen Flash. Despite his extraordinary powers, Peter Parker is just like us. He has his own failings and insecurities. He also encounters the same difficulties as we do. He has problems with his boss, John Jonah Jameson. He also had his issues with Gwen Stacy (deceased) and Mary Jane Watson. He even got bullied by Flash Thompson when he was he was younger.During his teenage days, Spiderman was a teenage high-school student to whose "self-obsessions with rejection, inadequacy, and loneliness" was something young readers could relate to and this created a huge fan base. In 1962 Spiderman made his debut. Hopwever, the original intent of the spiderman persona was not to fight crime but was to make money as a professional wrestler. During his short wrestling stint, he had the chance to catch a criminal but let him go. The same criminal later wound up killing Uncle Ben and Peter learned the hard way that with great power comes great responsibility.
Spiderman forever suffers from self conflict. He forver tries to do the right thing but in this world as we know not everything is not black and white and there are a lot of gray areas. Despite the host of villains that surround him ranging from the cerebral doctor Octopus to the brutal Rhino to the cunning Mysterio, Spiderman’s greatest enemy ironically is himself.
Although very few people understand him, Spider-Man is known for his jokes and quick quips.Despite constantly being hampered by a never ending stream of problem ranging from paying the mortgage to saving the earth from Galactus, Spiderman tries to find humor in everything. The truly amazing aspect about Spiderman is his ability to handle such situations that would break any other ordinary human. That folks is your friendly neighborhood Spiderman.