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Peter Parker, precocious high school student.
[1962]


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Bitten by a Radioactive Spider 		at an Atomic Energy Demonstration



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Greatly increased physical strength;
Ability to climb walls.








Spiderman

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Originally "The Spiderman" used his new powers to get ahead in show business. Upon the death of his uncle, instead of lapsing into nihilism, he became a crusader for justice.

Back in the 60's atomic scientists were more lax about health and safety. No medical attention was given to the boy after he was biten by the radiation suffused spider. Fortunately, the transfusion of radiation didn't cause any negative effects.

"Spider-man, Spider-man
Does whatever a spider can
Spins a web, any size
Catches thieves, just like flies
Look out! Here comes the Spider-man!

Is he strong? Listen, Bud!
He's got radioactive blood.
Can he swing from a thread?
Take a look overhead.
Hey there, there goes the Spider-man!

In the chill of night,
At the scene of the crime
Like a streak of light
He arrives just in time

Spider-man, Spider-man
Friendly neighborhood Spider-man
Wealth and fame, he's ignored
Action is his reward

To him, life is a great big bang-up
Wherever there's a hang-up
You'll find the Spider-man!"

-T.V. theme song





OTHERS'
STORIES:


Origin of Spider-Man - Part 1

"... He's got radioactive blood. ..."



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