10 Villains Who Figured Out Spiderman’s Secret Identity

Spider-Man is a superhero character created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. He was seen in the anthology comic book Amazing Fantasy in the Silver Age of Comic Books for the first time. He appeared in American comic books that are published by Marvel Comics. Spider-Man is played by Peter Parker, who is an orphan raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben in New York City after his parents died in a plane crash.
His story started as he acquired spider-related abilities after a bite from a radioactive spider. He builds wrist-mounted “web-shooter” devices that can shoot artificial spider-webbing. The movie appeared first in the early 1960s, as a superhero comic book featuring Peter Parker, who was a high school student from Queens behind his Spider-Man’s secret identity. Soon he started to grow his abilities and also made a lot of enemies and well as friends but later they turned against him.
Here’s is a list of his few enemies:

1.Jackal

He is a supervillain who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is an enemy of Spider-Man. Warren created Jackal as to alter ego to conceal his identity by wearing a green suit and gloves with claw-like razors He was trained in martial arts for seeking revenge towards Spider-Man, as he blamed for Gwen’s death. He is known for creating various clones of Spider-Man during the “Clone Saga”. Jackal is also largely responsible for the events that took place in the “Spider-Island”. The character has appeared in several media over the years, including animated series and video games.

2.Doctor Octopus

Doctor Octopus is also known as Doc Ock. He is a personality that appears in American comic books which are published by Marvel Comics. He is a highly intelligent and stocky and mad scientist. He debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man since then he is featured as one of the most foes of Spider-Man, he earned a position as his archenemies. He is leading the first supervillain team against Spider-Man.

3.Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)

He is a villain who appears in American comic books. The comics are published by Marvel Comics. The character was created and first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man as the well-known incarnation. Norman is the industrialist head of Oscorp and he was exposed to an experimental formula that enhanced his physical abilities. Osborn may be a major part of the superhero’s defining stories also as being the daddy of Harry Osborn and Gabriel Stacy, the grandfather of Normie Osborn, and he is the killer of many others.

4.Black Cat

Black Cat appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Black Cat has been an enemy, and love interest of the Spider-Man. She is the daughter of Walter Hardy who is a world-renowned cat burglar. She has the ability to affect probability fields. She may be a supervillain of Spider-Man, but the 2 fell crazy motivated her into becoming his partner. Their relationship grew complicated over time. Black Cat was only interested in the friend of Spider-Man.

5.Uncle Ben’s Killer

The Burglar is a character that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
The character was unnamed in most of his appearances. He is known as the first criminal faced by Spider-Man and also as the killer of the hero’s uncle. He is the surrogate father figure, Ben Parker. He appeared first in Amazing Fantasy and he was featured in all versions of Spider-Man’s origin story. His name remains unrevealed in the comics. He was completely unnamed.

6.Venom

Venom appears in American comic books which are published by Marvel Comics. It is common in association with Spider-Man. He is a sentient alien with a liquid-like form, who survives by bonding with a host, which are mostly human. This form receives enhanced powers. The Venom’s first host was Spider-Man, who discovered its true evil nature and separated himself from the creature within the Amazing Spider-Man. The character was seen in various other media, including animated series.

7.Vulture

The Vulture is another name used by supervillains that appears in American comic books that are published by Marvel Comics. He is a well-known incarnation madman with little to no guilt for human life. He wears a suit that helps him in flying. He is an enemy of Spider-Man and one of the founding members of the Sinister Six supervillain team. The character has come from the comic in various Spider-Man series and video games.

8.Mysterio

Mysterio is a supervillain character that appears in American comic books that are published by Marvel Comics. He is mainly depicted as an enemy of Spider-Man and Daredevil. He does not possess any superhuman abilities. He is a former special effects artist and an actor who uses most of his talents to commit crimes. He is one of the founding members of the supervillains. He appeared in numerous media, including feature films. Mysterio made his debut in the Marvel film Spider-Man.

9.Professor Smythe

Spencer Smythe plays the role of a supervillain in American comic books that are published by Marvel Comics. He is an adversary of Spider-Man. He is a scientist who is researching robotics and arachnids but he turned to crime to finance and his research. Later, he dedicated his life to capture Spider-Man. He is known for creating the Spider-Slayers, robots that are designed to hunt down web-slinger.

10.Kingpin

The Kingpin plays the role of a supervillain in American comic books that are published by Marvel Comics. He was seen in The Amazing Spider-Man for the first time. The “Kingpin” name is generally referred to as the crimelord.
He is one of the most dangerous, and powerful crime lords in the Marvel Universe and also in the Spiderman series. He was introduced as an adversary of Spider-Man. His traditional attire consisted of a white suit jacket which was his signature jacket and a cane, no matter that his appearance was changed over the years. Kingpin has an extraordinarily heavyset appearance.