Appearing in "What If Someone Else Had Become -- the Amazing Spider-Man"Edit
- Uatu the Watcher
- A Spanish Speaking Kid
- Flash Thompson (Only in flashback)
- Liz Allan (Only in flashback)
- Earth-616 (Mainstream Continuity)
- Fifth Avenue, New York City
Synopsis for "What If Someone Else Had Become -- the Amazing Spider-Man"Edit
Uatu recounts how Peter Parker became Spider-Man in preparation for alternate versions of the story.
Appearing in the 2nd StoryEdit
- Flash Thompson (Captain Spider) (Death)
- A crazy driver
- The ring announcer
- Earth-78127 (Captain Spider)
- An out-of-control car
Synopsis for the 2nd StoryEdit
Flash Thompson is bitten by the spider instead of Peter Parker. Peter, noticing the spider takes it with him to run some tests. Flash goes on to become a super hero and fights crime while Peter becomes his biggest fan. However, when Flash has his first fight with a super villain, the Vulture, he is dropped by his enemy in mid-flight. Flash, not being the science whiz that Parker is, never developed web fluid and is therefore unable to break his fall. He dies in an alley watched by Parker.
Appearing in the 3rd StoryEdit
- Uncle Ben (Mentioned)(Death)
- Earth-78227 (Betty Brant Spider-Girl)
- A diner
- The Parker Residence, Queens
- A police car
Synopsis for the 3rd StoryEdit
Betty Brant is present at the demonstration and is bitten by the spider. Once again, Parker discovers the spider and takes it into his possession. Betty confides in Parker that she has spider powers and Parker aids her in becoming a heroine, designing a costume and building her web shooters. Betty fights crime but refuses to use her spider strength in battle. However, when a criminal escapes from Betty she later finds out that he killed Ben Parker, and she punches the criminal in a rage. The blow proves to be fatal. Unable to cope with the fact that she took someone's life, Betty gives up on the life of a crime fighter and goes back to living an ordinary life.
Appearing in the 4th StoryEdit
- Earth-78327 (John Jameson Spider-Man)
- A few Daily Bugles
- Spider Jameson's jet-pack
- A space capsule
- J.J.'s car
Synopsis for the 4th StoryEdit
John Jameson is bitten by the radioactive spider. As was the case in the previous two stories, Parker obtains the spider. John's father Jonah Jameson learns of his son's new powers and immediately starts to endorse him in his paper and encourages him to become a crime fighter. John agrees and dons a costume and a jet pack. Like Flash Thompson he does not develop web shooters, and when the runaway space capsule falls to Earth, he relies solely on his jet pack to slow its decent. Unfortunately, the pack is not strong enough to slow the capsule's fall and he is crushed beneath it.
- After the end of the three stories, it is explained that no matter who was bitten by the spider, Parker uses the spider's remaining venom to develop a serum that grants him spider powers and he dons the mantle of Spider-Man.
- At the end of the three stories, the three heroes' careers had came to a sudden end; Flash and John's deaths and Betty's decision of giving up being Spider-Girl after the death of Ben Parker.
- Out of all three spider heroes of each story, Betty is the only one used web shooters, whereas Flash did not have any and John only used a jet-pack.
- This comic featured an advertisement where Thor went up against the Ding-a-ling family with the aid of Hostess pies.
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