Spider-Man coloring pages (free printables)

Spider-Man

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Spider-man goes on many adventures while jumping from place to place. And he invites you to these situations. You can participate in this by choosing the most beautiful coloring page of the hero and coloring it.

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Spider-Man is undoubtedly one of Marvel's most beloved superheroes, with the title of your friendly neighborhood spider-man. Perhaps, as with many characters in the comics, our frequent involvement not only in his fight against evil but also in Peter Parker's daily life has made us feel closer to him.
Peter's mother and father were American agents sent to Russia for a mission.
Peter was only 15 years old when he was bitten by the spider.
His first girlfriend was Jonah Jameson's secretary, Betty Brant.
He once joined the Fantastic Four.

Spider-Man is one of the most famous and beloved superheroes in the comic book world. Spider-Man, whose real name is Peter Parker, was actually bitten by a spider when he was an ordinary teenager and gained powerful spider abilities. After this incident, Peter gained abilities such as spider-like senses, speed, strength and wall climbing. Spider-Man is known for his courage, intelligence and friendliness. While living an ordinary life, Peter turns into a secret superhero and protects New York City from criminals. But Spider-Man not only fights criminals, he also does his best to help ordinary people. Spider-Man's story inspires its readers by covering universal themes such as family, friendship, responsibility and sacrifice.

Name: Spider-Man
Real Name: Peter Benjamin Parker
Published by: Marvel Comics
Debut: “Amazing Fantasy” #15 (August 1962)
Creators: Stan Lee and Steve Ditko
Genre: Superhero
Gender male
Height: 1.78 m
Weight: 76 kg
Hair Color: Brown
Teams He's In: Avengers, Fantastic Four, The New Avengers, The Defenders, The Secret Avengers
Titles: Spider-Man, The Wall-Crawler, The Amazing Spider, Web-Slinger, Nightmare of Criminals, Bearer of the Black Suit, Guardian of the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man's Powers

Spider Sense: Spider-Man can perceive his surroundings with an extraordinary spider-like sense. Can receive early warnings about danger, enemies or dangerous situations.
Wall Climbing: Spider-Man has the ability to cling to almost any surface. It can move easily on walls, ceilings or other uneven surfaces.
Super Strength and Durability: Spider-Man gains extraordinary strength and durability after being bitten by the spider. He can leap tall buildings, lift heavy objects, and is resistant to physical attacks.
Agility and Speed: Spider-Man can move with incredible agility and speed. His reflexes are extraordinary and he can react quickly to attack or evade enemy attacks.
Spider Webs: Spider-Man can use spider webs that he specially designed and can fire from his wrist. These webs can be used to envelop, swing, bypass obstacles, or capture enemies.
Martial Arts Mastery: Spider-Man specializes in various martial arts. He has developed a unique fighting style that allows him to deal with his enemies effectively.

Spider-Man was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and first appeared in the 15th issue of the "Amazing Fantasy" comic book on August 15, 1962. His real name is Peter Benjamin Parker. Peter is a high school student and gained his spider powers thanks to the bite of a radioactive spider during a school trip. He is in love with his childhood friend named Mary Jane Watson, but while Mary Jane is a popular girl, Peter is antisocial and withdrawn. His only friend is Henry Osborn. He makes his living by selling Spider-Man photos to the Daily Bugle newspaper.

“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”

This saying, which is integrated with the character, does not actually belong to Peter, but to Uncle Ben, who raised Peter. Peter fights criminals with his Spider-Man identity, but when he comes across a robbery, he ignores it, thinking that the police will deal with it. But when he gets home, he sees Uncle Ben shot on the sidewalk. The criminal that Peter did not stop shot Uncle Ben and Uncle Ben died. Unable to bear this burden, Peter first abandons his Spider-Man identity, but then, remembering his uncle's promise, he returns to his fight against criminals to prevent other good people from being harmed.

All these events and experiences help shape and mature Peter Parker's character. Spider-Man is known for his courage, intelligence, and constant drive to improve himself. While fighting criminals, he does his best to help ordinary people. That was the story of Spider-Man.

Since we see Peter a lot not only as Spider-Man but also as Peter Parker, his enemies are usually important people in his life or who influence him. Some well-known enemies of Spider-Man:

Green Goblin: Norman Osborn, father of Peter's best friend Henry, later turned into Green Goblin.
Doctor Octopus: His real name is Dr. Otto Octavius. He wants to steal Spider-Man's DNA and multiply it.
Mysterio: His real name is Quentin Back. Dream with illusions and stage tricks Rhino: It emerged as a result of Alexander's O Hirn, a loser kid at Peter's school, experimenting to make himself stronger, which backfired. Instead of fighting him, Spider-Man tries to talk to him, without revealing his identity of course.
Kingpin: Known as Wilson Fisk, this mafia boss Kingpin generally attracts attention with his large size.
Lizard: His real name is Dr. Connors and he is a scientist who impresses Peter. It became like this as a result of laboratory experiments and could not return to its previous state. He is an enemy that challenges Spider-Man emotionally.
Venom: A combination of a symbiote and Eddie Brock united by their anger towards Spider-Man.

Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man, originally rejected the idea of giving spider powers to the comic book character. However, as the character quickly became popular, he accepted the idea and made Spider-Man a hero known for his spider powers. Also Stan Lee; He wanted to call it "Captain Universe". But publisher Marvel felt that this name should be reserved for a character that might have more potential.
Spider-Man's original costume design was black and red. However, because it was difficult to display black due to print quality, the design was later converted to red and blue.
When Spider-Man faced the danger of death in comic books in the 1970s, he survived and his death was prevented in accordance with the wishes of his fans due to the intense reader reaction at that time.
Spider-Man's best-known slogan, "With great power comes great responsibility", first appeared in the Amazing Fantasy #15 comic book, and this slogan has become one of the basic principles of the character.
In Spider-Man's original costume design, the eyes were slits, while in later designs they were often depicted as a white stripe. The reason for this is to enable Spider-Man to express his emotions better and make the costume look more vivid.

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