When I was a child, one of the superheroes that I envied the most was Spider-Man. It always seemed like such a drag having to walk, especially when my idol had such a cool ability! I mean, he can swing from a building. He can trip you up with his webbing. He even has time to try to seduce Mary Jane at the end of the day! Life is not always easy for Spider-Man, but you need to admit that there are some pretty sweet advantages that come with being the web slinger. You think anyone else can get to the top of the empire state building without waiting hours? Think again! And that is just the tip of the iceberg for what Spider-Man can do.
Though for all of the powers that Spider-Man has going for him, his villains are even stronger. The fact that six out of the ten villains on this list came together to form the team known as Sinister Six should speak volumes to the level of collaboration that these villains have used to try and knock off the web slinger. Yet Peter, to his credit, continues to always battle back. Even when things like his trusty spider-sense are limited, there are other tools in Spider-Man’s back pocket that have kept him alive so far.
If you’re a fan out there and you are desperately hoping that Spider-Man’s inclusion in the upcoming Captain America film leads to some amazing Spider-Man films on its own, you may be hoping that one of these villains makes an appearance on the big screen. These aren’t the only villains that have gone after Spider-Man, but they may be the 10 most powerful!
10 The Vulture
8 The Sandman
6 Kraven The Hunter
5 Doctor Octopus
4 The Lizard
2 Green Goblin
When you're scared of someone, the first thing you need to think about is what their motives are. When it comes to Cletus Kasady, he has known he has been evil since the very beginning. When he was still a child, he pushed his grandmother down a flight of stairs, killing her. He also threw a television into his mother’s bathtub to try to electrocute her. He even killed and tortured her dog. As he got older, he moved into the fun act of serial killing, and this is before he even became Carnage.
While in jail, Kasady shared a jail cell with Eddie Brock, who, as you now know, becomes Venom. When the symbiote came to the prison and bonded with Brock, forming Venom. It also gave birth to another symbiote, which bonded with Kasady, who quickly escaped with his new powers. It was only when Spider-Man, Venom and the Fantastic Four joined together that they were able to first stop Carnage, but he’s never captured for long.
What powers does this maniac have? Well, the coolest is the fact that he “can morph sections of his body, such as his hands or feet, into bladed weaponry such as spikes, blades, or axes” and throw these parts from his body. He is immune to Spider-Man’s spider-sense, and also has the web-swinging and crawling ability that makes Spider-Man so formidable. You can try to stop him, but as Carnage himself points out:
"Evil is forever... and they don't get more evil than me!"
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