Miles was able to knock Peter out with his venom strike despite the latter being more experienced. Before dying, his uncle told him that he was just like him. Miles and Peter fought with him while Mysterio used his illusions to try to distract them. Spider Suit: Miles wears a costume given to him by S.H.I.E.L.D. Miles has stated that his best subject is math. Peter later jumped in and helped him put the Goblin down before they left to the warehouse where he first met Aunt May and Gwen. Miles Morales appears as a Team-Up character in the Marvel Heroes 2016 expansion. When Venom attacked Miles' father, Jefferson Davis, Miles had to don his costume once again and fight against the creature even trying to use the web shooters with a new formula that wasn't complete due to Ganke. The police showed up and shot Venom's host and the remains of the symbiote. During the last issue of the "Age of Ultron" event, Miles Morales is seen swinging through New York City and notices a large figure within the clouds, that large figure turns out to be Galactus and thus starting the "Hunger" story event. A kid on a discovery, trying to figure out why to be Spider-Man. Miles has his mother's last name, Morales, instead of his father's last name, which is Davis, because of the naming customs in his mother's native Puerto Rico. Ultimately, Peter decided to knock down Miles, steal his web-shooters and leave. His mother's Puerto Rican. He was later woken by Ganke to see that his father had returned. Miles's biolectric "Venom Blasts" had destabilized Norman's already unstable molecules, causing him immense pain and forced him into unconsciousness. [71], Then as Doctor Doom was zapping Miles with microscopic lasers to obtain tissue samples, Miles releases a powerful burst of energy and destroyed his prison and much of the laboratory. Though Katie felt guilty for selling Miles out, he broke up with her anyway. A Miles Morales Spider-Man figure appears in the Marvel Universe line. Despite Captain America's warning, Aunt May gave Miles Peter's web shooters and gave him her blessing to be Spider-Man. [79] As an act of thanksgiving, the Molecule Man had made all of that possible. For a time, he refused to acknowledge his new skills to maintain a sense of normalcy, but Spider-Man’s death inspired him to take action for the first time; feeling guilty for not being able to help him when he needed it the most, Miles adopted the mantle of Spider-Man on his own to maintain its legacy. Additionally, both Brian Michael Bendis and Axel Alonso, who is Marvel's editor-in-chief, were inspired by real life people and events when it came to creating Miles. The film retells Miles' origin from the original Ultimate Spider-Man comics, while also drawing in elements of the Spider-Verse crossover and the Spider-Men limited series. Wanting no part of his plans, Miles decided to fight back, despite that his Uncle could reveal his secret to his family. [60], In the wake of the near-destruction of the Earth at the hands of Galactus, Tony Stark decided to disband the Ultimates. The two Spider-Men were soon surrounded by the police,[66] but managed to separate and escape. Miles managed to save President Rogers from a War Machine drone about to attack him, but in the process, he flew away from the battlefield crashing in the middle of nowhere. Captain America was again impressed by Miles, and told him he could join. Miles appears in Season 3 of the show, Web Warriors, voiced by rapper and Community star Donald Glover. [87] Motivated by his own self-doubt and his fear that his repressed anger issues could make him a bad person, Miles traveled to Washington, D.C. to test whether he was destined to become evil. Miles was able to fend off the creature until his dad was injured in the fight, thus allowing Venom to escape. [108] After the explosion of Superior Octopus' facility, Miles tries to help Peter in battling Morlun, but Peter reassured Miles that he can fight Morlun on his own and told Miles that he should lead the Spider-Army. Miles arrived and began to fight Venom by utilizing his venom blast. She and Gwen had seen Peter on television with Miles. After a long battle, Miles managed to render her unconscious with his venom strike. Miles' dad had joined the organization as an agent as a means to ensure Miles' safety, and had become lost in an entirely different universe during a mission. The bite grants Miles a variation of Spider-Man's powers, and he eventually dons a costume to become the wall-crawler's partner. custody of Miles' universe, Peter spoke to him about his role as the new Spider-Man, saying that he was genuinely satisfied with it. Struck with grief at not helping Peter Parker before his demise, Miles decided to follow Parker's philosophy -- with great power comes great responsibility -- and so continue Peter's legacy.[28]. Shadow-Spider. any Comic Vine content. They came across the Molecule Man hidden in a secret chamber beneath Doomstadt. After all, his dad and uncle were Brooklyn jack-boys with criminal records. Miles collapses from being drained from his new power. Jefferson was later attacked by the Venom, who days later followed Betty Brant's investigation to incorrectly suspect Jefferson was the new Spider-Man. [5], Miles, along with a group of other heroes, were gathered by Balder to form the Babysitters Club, and protect Laussa, the daughter of Odin, from the forces of Malekith's Dark Council. After the tangle was undone, all of the spiders returned to their respective reality. [47] After she was knocked unconscious, a hummer with Spider-Woman searching for Miles arrived the scene, who helped him to return home. He began to scream for help but is stopped by Rio, who told him she was proud and to never tell his dad the truth, before dying. Miles Morales appears as a playable character in the 2018 Spider-Man game from Insomniac Games, with Nadji Jeter reprising his role from the animated series. Electrokinesis: Miles has the ability to manipulate his bio-electric field and generate currents through specialized structures in his cells. [35] Realizing his uncle intended to use him as his personal enforcer, Miles realized it was time to face Aaron. Miles later woke up to find himself at Ganke's house. The polymer is extremely strong and durable, with a tensile strength of 120 pounds per square millimeter of cross section. Fury had an idea to where he was headed. Miles suddenly encountered an alternative version of Peter Parker, who accidentally was transported into Miles' universe thanks to Mysterio, on the rooftops. While going to the warehouse, Miles saw a supervillain named Batroc and took him down. Miles was confused as to what to do with the whole situation. Katie's sister also confirms this after Katie tells her of Miles' secret. At the Triskelion, Fury learned that this Peter Parker was from another world entirely. Miles and Omega Red fight, with Miles making fun of Omega Red's name. It's a character going almost against his entire personality to do this, so a lot has to be discovered." After being alluded to in the first season, he is introduced in the third season four-part episode "The Spider-Verse" after Peter Parker arrives in his universe while pursuing his Green Goblin across the multiverse. The next day, Jessica appeared at Miles' school with a case containing a new Spider-man costume, telling him that Fury will give him one chance to prove himself. Miles later stops a conflict between the other Ultimate and Earth-616 heroes, who have had their memories altered by Doctor Doom (who now has god-like powers). Within the Marvel Universe, Miles is known as the "Second Spider" in Arabic media. One example occurs the night that Peter is killed; Miles dreamed that he, himself, was being attacked by Electro, when, at the same time, the real Electro was preparing to hunt and murder Peter Parker many miles away.