20 Facts About Madame Web


Madame Web is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Madame Web is usually depicted as a supporting character in the Spider-Man comic book series, where she appears as an elderly woman with myasthenia gravis, connected to a life support system resembling a spiderweb.

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Madame Web was a clairvoyant, and precognitive mutant who first showed up to help Spider-Man find a kidnap victim.

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Madame Web was not one of the mutants that lost their power during the Decimation storyline.

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Madame Web was attacked by Sarah and Ana Kravinoff, who killed her, but not before she was able to pass her powers of precognition as well as her blindness on to Julia Carpenter, who became the next Madame Web.

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Madame Web was created by writer Dennis O'Neil and artist John Romita Jr.

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Madame Web is a paralyzed, blind, telepathic, clairvoyant, and precognitive mutant, allowing her to work as a professional medium.

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Madame Web was originally stricken with myasthenia gravis and was connected to a life support system designed by her husband Jonathan Webb, which included a series of tubes shaped like a spider-web.

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When Spider-Man approached her to help find kidnapped Daily Globe publisher K J Clayton, Madame Web used her powers to help him locate and rescue both the real and the fake Clayton, but disclosed to him that she had divined his secret identity.

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Madame Web participates in an arcane ritual known as the "Gathering of the Five", gaining immortality; she is restored to youth and her myasthenia gravis is cured.

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Madame Web resurfaced, with her psychic powers intact, after Decimation.

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Madame Web is seen still held captive by Ana and her mother, as they inspect their new quarry, Mattie Franklin.

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Madame Web tipped off Prowler about a bank robbery vision she had which he managed to stop the bank robbery.

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When Prowler goes to get more information on the hacker from Madame Web, she tells him that she sees buildings filled with agony that cannot escape.

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Julia Carpenter senses that Madame Web is alive from telepathic feedback resulting from Electro's attack.

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Madame Web has seen the future and refuses to be a part of it.

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Madame Web is a mutant who possesses psychic sensory powers including telepathy, clairvoyance, prescience, and the ability to sense the presence of psionic powers in others.

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Madame Web can perform psychic surgery and appear to others in spirit form.

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Madame Web was a victim of myasthenia gravis, a disorder of neuromuscular junction transmission.

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Madame Web is cybernetically linked to a spider-web-like life-support chair which attends to all of her bodily needs.

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