|First appearance||Forever Young|
|Date of Birth||unknown|
|Family||Unnamed wife (relationship retroactively negated), unnamed legal guardian|
The Prehensile Protector of the city, he met a beautiful red-head and married her. Once they got hitched, his priorities changed, so his biggest fanboy asked Clockstopper to "fix it." The time-punch removed his wife, making Spider-Monkey just a lonely, miserable middle-aged man living with his childhood guardian again. Clockstopper removed the fan from reality, though it remains to be seen if this has fixed Spider-Monkey's situation.
Spider-Monkey and the events of the comic are an unsubtle jab at Marvel Comic's Spider-Man character, in particular the "Brand New Day" storyline which retroactively negated the marriage of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson.
Appearances & MentionsEdit
- 1 First Appearance: Forever Young