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3/03/2023 7:27 am  #1

Spider-Man (Japanese TV version)

Spider-Man (Japanese TV version)

Real Name: Takuya Yamashiro

Aliases: Spider-Man

Identity: Secret

Occupation: Motorcycle racer, Defender of Justice

Citizenship: Japanese

Place of Birth: Japan

Known Relatives: Professor Monster (father), Maria Yamashiro (mother), Shinko Yamashiro (sister)

Group Affiliation: None

First Appearance: Spider-Man (TV series) episode 1, "The Time of Revenge Has Come! Beat Down Iron Cross Group" (1978)

History: Takuya Yamashiro was a skilled motorcycle racer who stumbled upon a crashed spaceship of an alien warrior named Garia. The dying Garia revealed to Takuya that Earth was under threat from the Iron Cross Army, a group of aliens led by the evil Professor Monster, and that Takuya was the only one who could stop them. Garia gave Takuya a special bracelet that granted him incredible powers, including the ability to shoot web-like ropes from his hands, cling to walls, and superhuman strength and agility. Takuya used his newfound powers to become the hero Spider-Man and defend Japan from the Iron Cross Army's attacks.

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 165 lbs.

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Black

Strength Level: Spider-Man possesses superhuman strength, able to lift (press) approximately 10 tons under optimal conditions.

Known Superhuman Powers: Spider-Man possesses the proportional strength, agility, and other attributes of a spider. He can cling to walls and other surfaces, move at incredible speeds, and shoot web-like ropes from his wrists to swing through the city. He also possesses a "Spider-Sense" that alerts him to danger and allows him to react with superhuman speed and agility to avoid it. Spider-Man is a skilled fighter and has received some training from Garia in hand-to-hand combat.

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