16 Facts About Spider-Man Noir


Spider-Man Noir is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Part of the Marvel Noir universe, this alternate version of Spider-Man is a noir-themed take on the character and emerges in a version of New York during the Great Depression.

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In contrast to the Peter Parker of mainstream Marvel continuity, Spider-Man Noir initially uses brutal and lethal force against his enemies and later struggles with the moral implications of this.

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Spider-Man Noir appeared as a playable character in the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, a narrative where different Spider-Men across the multiverse joined forces against a common threat.

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In 2018, Spider-Man Noir was seemingly killed in the Spider-Geddon storyline, then appeared in December of that year in the theatrical movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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In January of 1933, the Spider-Man Noir kills Vulture to save his Aunt May, but the woman declares him just as bad for shooting an unarmed man he could have overpowered and captured instead.

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Spider-Man Noir is told Felicia, still recovering from serious injuries and her face now scarred, doesn't want to see him again.

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Peter is then recruited by Superior Spider-Man Noir to join a group of Spiders fighting against the Inheritors.

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One night in 1940, Spider-Man Noir investigates a weapons sale between Herman Schultz and the Nazis.

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Miles Morales appears and teams-up with Spider-Man Noir to retrieve the spider-god's idol from the Nazis so it can be used to repair the trans-dimensional Web of Life and Destiny.

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Spider-Man Noir says he is fine with this as death is supposed to be permanent for everyone and he neither wants nor deserves special treatment.

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Spider-Man Noir combines the cicada stone with the M'Kraan crystal to open a portal to the Underworld, which brings back some of Spider-Man's deceased enemies in the process.

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In contrast to the mainstream Peter Parker, this Spider-Man Noir's costume is mainly normal clothing of the era matched with a mask.

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Spider-Man Noir begins wearing a fedora with his mask and a new gun belt decorated by a spider-symbol.

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Spider-Man Noir is a skilled marksman, adept in the use of various firearms such as revolvers and the tommy gun.

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Spider-Man Noir is willing to kill enemies in certain cases, but largely prefers to only injure criminals.

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