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  • Airlines
    • Flyaway Airways
      • Airline advertised in New York City.
  • Alternate Titles
    • Half Dead
      • The working title for Spider-Man 3
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • Leopardon
      • A giant robot, which Spider-Man would summon to thwart off enlarged versions of the show's monsters.
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Premium Apartments
      • Apartment building in New York City.
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • FLDSMDFR
      • The Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is visible floating around in the dimensions chaos in one of the supercollider scenes.
  • Armed Forces
    • Iron Cross Army
      • An evil alien group led by Professor Monster that plans to rule the universe.
    • S.H.I.E.L.D.
      • Nick Fury offers Spider-Man a job training with S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
      • Nick Fury and Maria are former agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Artifacts
    • Mengingjord
      • Happy mentions Thor's magic belt
    • Mind Stone
      • The yellow Infinity Stone (image only).
    • Mjolnir
      • Thor's magic hammer, shown in the form of a drawing.
  • Artificial Intelligences
    • F.R.I.D.A.Y.
      • Tony Stark's natural-language user interface for his Iron Man suit.
    • Ultron
      • Ultron's head is in the secure government facility where Peter gets trapped
  • Bakeries
    • Romita's Cake Shop
      • Bakery where Spider-Man saves a cop from The Trapster. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
  • Banks
    • Pink Bank
      • Bank in New York City.
    • Queens Community Bank
      • No description available
    • The Trust US Bank
      • Bank in New York City, a.k.a. TUB.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Belmont
      • There is a band poster for Death Water on Miles' dorm room wall, advertising a concert at The Belmont on December 17.
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle Of New York
      • The Vulture makes his living salvaging alien wreckage from the Battle of New York
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Koca-Soda
      • Alternate version of Coca-Cola advertised in New York City.
    • Porka-cola
      • Soda seen behind Spider-Ham on the Uncle Frankfurter's Hot Dog stand during the credits.
  • Books-Fiction
    • Babylon Blood Cloth
      • Fictional novel advertised on top of a taxi cab in New York City by real life author Marlon James. Book review: "This book is falloff good stuff"
    • Custer In Purgatory
      • Fictional novel advertised on the side of a bus in New York City by real life author George Saunders.
  • Books-Other
    • Physics
      • Generic textbook Miles carries around at Visions.
    • Splice of Life: Breakthroughs in Cross-Species Genetics
      • Book by Curt Connors
    • The Web Of Our Liberty
      • Book on the back cover of one of the True Life Tales of Spider-Man comic books, as part of some sort of pyramid scheme. Text: "Everybody and Everyone… Do you know at least 10 people? Want to make at least $50.00 - or perhaps $100.00 to $200.00 in your spare time?"
    • A World Without Weakness
      • Article by Curt Connors
  • Bookstores
    • Bendis Used Books
      • Bookstore in New York City.
    • Edgar Books
      • Bookstore in New York City.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Damage Control Deep Storage Vault
      • No description available
    • Fisk Tower
      • The Kingpin's supercollider was built under Fisk Tower.
    • The Spider-Cave
      • Spider-Man's underground lair, hidden beneath Aunt May's house, in Miles' dimension.
  • Bus Lines
    • Go Bus
      • Bus line in New York City.
    • Hudson Valley Explorer
      • a.k.a. HVE, bus line Miles and Peter B. Parker ride to Alchemax Labs.
  • Butcher Shops
    • Meats To Eat
      • Butcher shop in New York City.
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Delmar's Deli-Grocery
      • Peter's friend's sandwich shop that gets blown up by the bank robbers dressed up as the Avengers. "Best sandwiches in Queens"
    • Sub Haven
      • From Peter and Miles' Delmar's sandwiches exchange. Peter: "Best sandwiches in New York." Miles: "Sub Haven's pretty good." Peter: "There's too much bread." Miles: "I like bread."
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Korean Church Of Asgard
      • Church next door to the Thai restaurant where the Parkers have dinner
    • Queens Presbyterian Church
      • Church in New York City.
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Nueva York
      • Future version of New York as seen in the end credits scene featuring Spider-Man 2099 traveling back in time to Earth-67.
  • Clothing Stores
    • Big Diesel Cuts
      • Clothing store in New York City.
    • Old Victor
      • Alternate version of clothing store Old Navy in New York City.
  • Coffee Shops
    • Coffee Bean Barn
      • No description available
    • Foam Party
      • Coffee shop in New York City.
    • Il Giornale
      • Alternate version of Starbucks in New York City.
  • Comic Books
    • Imagine That...
      • Comic book that Miles' roommate is reading when all the Spider-Men are trying to hide from him, The Ultimate Marvel Universe version of Marvel's What If? "Imagine That… There Was More Than One Spider-Man."
    • Peni Parker Sp//dr
      • Fictional comic book title shown when Peni Parker tells her story.
    • Spider-Ham
      • Fictional comic book title shown when Spider-Ham tells her story.
    • True Life Tales Of Spider-man
      • Fictional comic book title about the real Spider-Man in Miles' dimension.
    • The Two Spider-men
      • Fictional comic book title featuring Peter Parker and Miles Morales.
  • Communications Companies
    • Cabin Fever Production Code
      • The approval stamps on the True Life Tales of Spider-Man comic books in Miles' dimension are from the "Cabin Fever Production Code" instead of the real world "Comics Code Authority".
  • Corporations
    • Alchemax
      • Evil corporation
    • Bestman and Toomes
      • No description available
    • boom
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • ghy
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • LJW
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • WON
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
  • Countries
    • Sokovia
      • Mentioned during one of Peter's high school classes by his teacher.
  • Criminal Organizations
    • HYDRA
      • Mentioned in a deleted scene.
      • Mentioned.
  • Dates
    • June 12, 2002
      • Peter's parents, Richard and Mary Parker, leave him with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, before leaving town.
    • May 9, 2007
      • Peter watches Spider-Man 3.
    • October 4, 2011
      • Aaron Davis, a.k.a. The Prowler, arrested - according to his profile in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
    • November 1, 2011
      • Aaron Davis, a.k.a. The Prowler, arrested - according to his profile in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
    • May 2, 2012
      • Date marked on a calendar in the kitchen of the Parker residence.
    • May 9, 2012
      • Date marked on a calendar in the kitchen of the Parker residence.
    • May 11, 2012
      • Date marked on a calendar in the kitchen of the Parker residence.
    • May 14, 2012
      • Date marked on a calendar in the kitchen of the Parker residence.
    • May 28, 2012
      • Date marked on a calendar in the kitchen of the Parker residence.
    • October 11, 2012
      • Dr. Curtis Connors transforms into The Lizard.
    • October 12, 2012
      • Peter Parker vs. The Lizard in the New York City sewer.
    • October 13, 2012
      • Aaron Davis, a.k.a. The Prowler, arrested - according to his profile in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
    • October 15, 2012
      • Spider-Man defeats The Lizard.
    • October 16, 2012
      • Gwen's father George Stacy's funeral.
    • October 17, 2012
      • Peter Parker is tardy to class.
    • October 29, 2012
      • Spider-Man web-swings through New York City.
    • August 1, 2014
      • Aaron Davis, a.k.a. The Prowler, arrested - according to his profile in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
    • October 13, 2016
      • Peter and his friends travel to Washington D.C. to attend the Academic Decathlon national competition from October 13th to October 15th.
    • October 14, 2016
      • Peter and his friends travel to Washington D.C. to attend the Academic Decathlon national competition from October 13th to October 15th.
    • October 15, 2016
      • Peter and his friends travel to Washington D.C. to attend the Academic Decathlon national competition from October 13th to October 15th.
    • May 27, 2019
      • Premier date for the movie "Baby Showers", the alternate version of Bridesmaids, advertised in Times Square.
    • June 22, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 23, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 24, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 25, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 26, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 27, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • June 28, 2019
      • The RedEx Invitational, a golf tournament featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, takes place June 22-28, 2019 in Flager, Florida.
    • October 17, 2023
      • The Blip. Students dusted by the Snap return in the middle of an ongoing basketball game at Midtown School of Science and Technology.
    • October 27, 2023
      • Peter Parker goes back to school at Midtown School of Science and Technology.
  • Dates-Anniversaries
    • July 19, 2024
      • Issue Date on Peter Parker's passport.
    • February 22
      • There's a picture of Spider-Man with the date February 22 on the wall of memorabilia in the Spider-Cave.
    • July 18
      • Expiration Date on Peter Parker's passport is July 18.
    • August 10
      • According to his passport, Peter Parker's birthday is August 10.
    • December 17
      • There is a band poster for Death Water on Miles' dorm room wall, advertising a concert at The Belmont on December 17.
  • Dates-Birthdays
    • April 15, 1984
      • Aaron Davis, a.k.a. The Prowler, born - according to his profile in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
  • Electronics-Transport
    • Magnetic Air Transport System
      • episode Survival of the Fittest
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • The Red Man Group
      • Alternate version of the Blue Man Group advertised in New York City.
  • Essays and Reports
    • Great Expectations
      • Autobiographical essay by Miles Morales.
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Best Burger
      • Burger joint in New York City.
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Uncle Frankfurter's Hot Dogs
      • Hot dog stand seen behind Spider-Ham during the credits. Signs on the building include: "Famous New York style", "We relish your business" and "World famous since forever"
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Greeny Vend
      • Snack food vending machine at Miles' Visions school, presumably filled with healthy snacks.
  • Financial Services
    • Crazy Cash
      • Financial service, dubbed an "Investment opportunity of a lifetime" on cable television, one of the dicey money choices Peter B. Parker mentions during his One last time alternate dimension story. Alternate version of Mad Money.
  • Fire and Rescue Services
    • NYFD
      • New York Fire Department - alternate version of FDNY in Miles' universe.
  • Food Companies
    • Fish Industries
      • Boxes seen in the background when Spider-Ham tells his home dimension story.
  • Furniture Stores
    • Sleepy Co.
      • Mattress store in New York City.
  • Gangs
    • The Spider Gang
      • Spider-Man Noir dubs their little team the Spider Gang while they're fighting The Kingpin's thugs at Aunt May's house.
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • The Department Of Damage Control
      • New government agency in charge of overseeing the collection and storage of alien and other exotic materials, a joint venture between Stark Industries and the government.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Zac's Fish And Vegetables
      • Grocery store in New York City.
  • Hardware Stores
    • Jerry's Paint
      • Hardware store in New York City.
  • Healthcare-Other
    • QDD Health Place
      • Health service in New York City.
  • High Schools
    • Brooklyn Visions Academy
      • Elite charter school that Miles attends in New York City.
    • Horizon High School
      • No description available
    • Midtown High
      • Peter's high school in New York City. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
    • Midtown High School
      • Peter Parker's high school in Queens.
    • Midtown Manhattan Magnet High School
      • No description available
      • No description available
    • Midtown School Of Science And Technology
      • No description available
    • Midtown Science And Technology High School
      • Peter's high school
      • Peter's high school.
    • Midtown Science High School
      • MSHS
  • Historical Events
    • The Blip
      • a.k.a. The Decimation. The nickname for when Thanos dusted half the life in the universe.
  • Hospitals
    • Midtown Hospital
      • No description available
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Ravencroft Asylum
      • No description available
    • Ravencroft Institute
      • No description available
  • Industrial Companies
    • Parker Industries
      • No description available
    • Stark Industries
      • The Department of Damage Control is a joint venture between Stark Industries and the government.
      • Happy is the head of security for Stark Industries.
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Jewelry Center
      • Seen in episode Survival of the Fittest
  • Laboratories
    • Alchemax Labs
      • Kingpin's technology company. Private technological campus located at 1 River Road in Hudson Valley, NY 12463. Originally from the Spider-Man 2099 comic book series.
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Springfield Dry Cleaners
      • Comic Book Guy picks up his Star Trek uniform and Batman and Spider-Man costumes. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Executive Order 396B
      • All post-battle cleanup operations are now under government jurisdiction.
    • Sokovia Accords
      • Mentioned during one of Peter's high school classes by his teacher.
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Hotel De Matteis
      • Hotel where Peter and his friends stay in Venice.
  • Menu Items
    • Spider-burger
      • Menu item at TGI Spideys, called "slightly overdone but not inedible" in the Daily Bugle Review. Comes with Spider sauce.
    • Spider-web Nachos
      • Menu item at TGI Spideys, mentioned in the Daily Bugle Review.
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Web Fluid
      • Mixed drink at TGI Spideys, called "too viscous to be refreshing" in the Daily Bugle Review.
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • 00 Decay Rate Algorithm
      • Curt Connors' algorithm that describes the way in which cellular decay impacts on human mortality rates.
    • The Training Wheel Protocol
      • Program applied to the suit Tony Stark gives to Peter that prevents him from utilizing the full potential of the suit
    • Venom Strike
      • Miles is able to emit what looks like some sort of an electrical charge, which can either be used to incapacitate a foe.
  • Middle Schools
    • BMS
      • Brooklyn Middle School, Miles' old school before transferring to Visions.
  • Movies
    • Clone College
      • Fictional spin-off of real Clone High TV series that's advertised in New York City.
    • From Dusk Til Shaun
      • Alternate version of From Dusk Til Shaun (From Dusk Til Dawn meets Shaun of the Dead) advertised in New York City.
    • Hold Your Horses
      • Movie featuring Seth Rogen advertised in New York City (tagline: "Riding High in the Saddle"), which Phil Lord and Christopher Miller explained in a CinemaBlend interview. Phil Lord: "Hold Your Horses is actually a sequel to an earlier Seth Rogen jockey film.” Chris Miller: "It's about an unlikely jockey just trying to make his way in a world of tiny people."
    • Nighthawk V. Hyperion: Yawn Of Boredom
      • In issue #6, our two heroes are shown walking out of a movie, the name of which is obviously a poke at Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
    • Nova: Einstein Rosen Bridges with Dr. Erik Selvig
      • Fictional movie featuring Erik Selvig, presented by real life science TV series Nova, one of the options of the in flight entertainment on Peter's flight to Europe.
    • One Small Step
      • Alternate version of the movie First Man, advertised in New York City.
    • Scavenger
      • Was sent to theaters under the title "Scavenger"
    • Spider-Man: The Motion Picture
      • A Will Gluck film, from the Alternate Universe Cut.
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Finding Wakanda
      • Documentary about the country of Wakanda, one of the options of the in flight entertainment on Peter's flight to Europe.
    • Heart Of Iron: The Tony Stark Story
      • A feature length documentary that chronicles the life and legacy left behind by the world's greatest hero, Tony Stark. Starring Robert Downey Jr.
    • Hunting Hydra: Tracking Down the World's Most Notorious Criminals
      • Fictional movie about the terrorist organization known as HYDRA, one of the options of the in flight entertainment on Peter's flight to Europe.
    • The Snap
      • Fictional movie about Thanos and the Decimation, directed by real life director Paul Greengrass, one of the options of the in flight entertainment on Peter's flight to Europe.
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Baby Showers
      • Fictional sequel to Bridesmaids that's advertised in New York City.
    • Team Canada
      • Joke Spider-Man makes to the Silver Surfer - the sequel to Team America. "They fight for the first ten minutes, then spend the rest of the movie apologizing for it."
  • Movies-Parody
    • Spider-Sham
      • Parody of Spider-Man  (MAD Magazine issue: June 2002)
    • Spider-Sham 3
      • Parody of Spider-Man 3  (MAD Magazine issue: September 2007)
    • Spider-Sham Too
      • Parody of Spider-Man 2  (MAD Magazine issue: October 2004)
  • Movies-Porn
    • One Night In Spider-Man
      • Joke about Paris Hilton's sex tape.
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Red Ex
      • Alternate version of Fed Ex in Miles' dimension.
    • USB Express
      • Alternate version of UPS in Miles' dimension.
  • Music Albums
    • A Very Spidey Christmas
      • A Christmas album by the Spider-Man in Miles' universe.
  • Musicians
    • Death Water
      • There is a band poster for Death Water on Miles' dorm room wall, advertising a concert at The Belmont on December 17.
    • The Mary Janes
      • Band featuring Mary Jane, advertised in Times Square in Spider-Gwen's universe.
  • Newspapers
    • The Daily Beagle
      • Spider-Ham is a photographer for the Daily Beagle.
    • Daily Bugle
      • No description available
      • J.Jonah Jameson from Spider-Man comics shows up at Sarge's newstand where the Joes are set up watching the Cobra Consulate building, asking for a copy of The Daily Bugle (Issue #95 No Turning Back)
      • No description available
      • Newspaper where Peter works as a freelance photographer.
      • Newspaper where Peter works as a freelance photographer.
      • No description available
      • No description available
      • No description available
      • Peter sells photos of Spider-Man.
      • Headline on the copy seen near Spider-Man's grave: "Spider-Man Dead". Restaurant review of TGI Spideys seen in Peter B. Parker's One last time alternate dimension story with the headline: TGI Spideys is Disgusting)
      • Newspaper that releases (edited) footage depicting Spider-Man allegedly murdering Mysterio during the Battle of London, as well as footage of Mysterio exposing Spider-Man's identity as Peter Parker.
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Fisk Family Foundation
      • The Kingpin's foundation.
  • Orphanages
    • St. Estes Home for Boys
      • No description available
  • Parties
    • Midtown High Totally 80s Homecoming
      • No description available
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Joe's Pizza
      • Pizza place where Peter works.
      • Pizza place where Peter worked in Spider-Man 2. There are still remnants of the Joe's Pizza sticker on Peter's helmet in Spider-Man 3 that his boss ripped off when he fired him in Spider-Man 2.
    • Joe's Pizza
      • No description available
  • Planets
    • Earth 14512
      • Home to Peni Parker, Sp//dr, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 1610
      • The Ultimate Marvel universe, home to Ultimate Peter Parker and Miles Morales, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 616
      • The Marvel Prime universe, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 8311
      • a.k.a. Larval Earth, home to Spider-Ham, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 90214
      • The Marvel Noir universe, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Planet Spider
      • Spider-Man tells the story of Takuya Yamashiro, a young motorcyclist who finds himself gifted with spider-like powers by an alien from the Planet Spider after encountering its crashed spaceship. Planet Spider was destroyed by Professor Monster and the Iron Cross Army.
  • Police Departments
    • PDNY
      • Police Department of New York - alternate version of NYPD in Miles' universe.
  • Prisons
    • Ravencroft Institute For The Criminally Insane
      • No description available
  • Programs and Projects
    • AFHC Experiment V.1324
      • The name of Dr. Olivia Octavius' supercollider project, as seen on her computer screen.
  • Quotes
    • Aunt May
      • Aunt May: What's the matter? Thought you loved larb. It's too larby? Not larby enough? How many times do I have to say larb before you talk to me? You know I larb you.
    • Blair & Chase
      • Blair: Okay, we need to get the first aid kit. Somebody needs to go now -
        Chase: Are you kidding me? It probably has like Spider-Man Band-Aids. That's not gonna do anything.
        (episode Brave New World)
    • Brittany & Eleanor Shellstrop
      • Brittany: Hey, a bunch of us are gonna go see Spider-Man 2 tonight. Do you want to come?
        Eleanor Shellstrop: They made a second Spider-Man? What is there left to say? Sure, whatever, I'm in.
        (Season 1 episode …Someone Like Me as a Member)
    • Captain America
      • Captain America: So, your body's changing. Believe me, I know how that feels.
      • Captain America: So you got detention. You screwed up. You know what you did was wrong. The question is, how are you gonna make things right? Maybe you were trying to be cool. But take it from a guy who's been frozen for 65 years - the only way to really be cool is to follow the rules. We all know what's right. We all know what's wrong. Next time those turkeys try to convince you of something you know is wrong, just think to yourself, what would Captain America do?
      • Captain America: Hi, I'm Captain America, here to talk to you about one of the most valuable traits a soldier or student can have. Patience. Sometimes patience is the key to victory. Sometimes it leads to very little and it seems like it's not worth it. And you wonder why you waited so long for something so disappointing… How many more of these?
    • Comic Book Guy
      • Comic Book Guy: My beloved is resting blissfully in the many folds of my Spider-Man T-shirt. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • David Drayton
      • David Drayton: The Bridgton Pharmcy was a crazy shambles. Paperbacks and magazines were everywhere. There was a Spider-Man comic and an Incredible Hulk almost at my feet, and without thinking, I picked them up and jammed them into my pocket for Billy. (story The Mist)
    • Dr. Olivia Octavius
      • Dr. Olivia Octavius: Our universe is, in fact, one of many parallel universes happening at the exact same time.
    • Eleanor Shellstrop
      • Eleanor Shellstrop: Here are my rules. Rule number one: I get to do whatever I want, and you all just have to deal with it. Rule two: No more Spider-Man movies. There's way too many Spider-Man movies. Too many dorky, little twerp Spider-men. Rule three: Everyone, leave me alone. (Season 3 episode Jeremy Bearimy)
    • Homer Simpson & Comic Book Guy
      • Homer Simpson: I'd like to buy a mint condition Spider-Man number one, please.
        Comic Book Guy: And I'd like an hour on the holodeck with Seven of Nine.
        (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)

    • J. Jonah Jameson
      • J. Jonah Jameson: There you have it folks, conclusive proof that Spider-Man was responsible for the brutal murder of Mysterio, an interdimensional warrior who gave his life to protect our planet, and who will no doubt go down in history as the greatest superhero of all time.
    • Jerry
      • Jerry: It's tough to do a good deed. Just look at your professional good deed doers. Your lone rangers, your Superman, your Batman, your Spider-Man, your Elastic Man. They are all wearing disguises, masks over their faces. Secret identities. Don't want people to know who they are. It's too much aggravation. "Superman, thanks for saving my life, but did you have to come through my wall? I'm renting here, I've got a security deposit. What am I supposed to do?" (Season 3 episode The Cafe)
    • Lisa Simpson & Homer Simpson
      • Lisa Simpson: Who wants to put on a leotard and get screamed at?
        Homer Simpson: Well, hookers and Spider-Man.
        (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Miles
      • Miles: Are you from another dimension? Like a parallel universe where things are like this universe but different? And you're Spider-Man in that universe? But somehow traveled to this universe, but you don't know how?
    • Monica, Phoebe & Ross
      • Monica: Well, Ross was mugged as a kid.
        Phoebe: You were?
        Ross: Yeah, it was pretty traumatic. I was outside St. Mark's Comics. You know, I was just there minding my own business, you know, seeing what kinda trouble Spider-man got into that week…
        Monica: Wonder Woman!
        (Season 9 episode The One With the Mugging)
    • Narrator
      • Narrator: Louis was aware, uncomfortably so, that Ellie probably knew a hell of a lot more about Ronald McDonald and Spider-Man and the Burger King than she did about Moses, Jesus and Saint Paul.
      • Narrator: Helen tossed Luke the clothes. He wasn't expecting it, and dropped the underpants, which were imprinted with pictures of Spider-Man in various dynamic poses.
    • Nick Fury
      • Nick Fury: 'Cause I want you to stop by that Chinese-West Indian place, Wings N Tings and pick us up some food before you come back. Now, take it! (DVD blooper reel)
    • Peter B. Parker
      • Peter B. Parker: We're a little team! Me as the teacher who could still do it.You as the student who can do it, just not as good. I'm proud of us.
    • Peter Parker
      • Peter Parker: Jameson pays me a fair wage. If it was 1961, he pays me a fair wage.
    • Peter Parker & Doctor Strange
      • Peter Parker: I'm Peter, by the way.
        Doctor Strange: Doctor Strange.
        Peter Parker: Oh, we're using our made-up names. I'm Spider-Man then.
    • Spider-Ham
      • You mess with the ham, you get the hammer. (from the Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham short Caught in a Ham on the DVD)
      • Spider-Ham: I'm a photographer for the Daily Beagle. When I'm not pooching around, I'm working like a dog, trying to sniff out the latest story. I frolic and I dance and I do this with my pants.
    • Spider-Man
      • Spider-Man: Hey, guys, you ever see that really old movie, The Empire Strikes Back?
    • Spider-Man Noir
      • Spider-Man Noir: Okay, little fella, Kingpin's gonna send a lot of mugs after ya. I'm talkin' hard boys, real biscuit boxers. Can you fight them all off at once?
      • Spider-Man Noir: Wherever I go, the wind follows. And the wind, it smells like rain.
      • Spider-Man Noir: Show me some moxie, soldier!
      • Spider-Man Noir: Sometimes I let matches burn down to my fingertips just to feel something, anything.
      • Spider-Man Noir: Is that all you got? You gonna fight or you just bumping gums? You hard-boiled turtle slapper!
      • Spider-Man Noir: Can you close off your feelings so you don't get crippled by the moral ambiguity of your violent actions?
      • Spider-Man Noir: In my universe, it's 1933, and I'm a private eye. I like to drink egg creams, and I like to fight Nazis. A lot.
      • Spider-Man Noir: This is a pretty hardcore origin story.
  • Recipes
    • Honey Glasered Pig Roast
      • Dr. Craw-Daddy intends to cook Spider-Ham into an interesting entree (from the Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham short Caught in a Ham on the DVD)
  • Record Stores
    • Records
      • Generically named record store in New York City.
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Prachya Thai
      • Restaurant where the Parkers eat dinner
    • Wings N Tings
      • Chinese-West Indian place Sam Jackson / Nick Fury mentions on the DVD blooper reel.
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Charlie's
      • Restaurant in New York City.
    • Medieval Times
      • Homer takes Marge out to dinner at Medieval Times, featuring dinner and a show. "Jousting Contest: Henry VI versus Spider-Man" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Planet Inglewood
      • Alternate version of Planet Hollywood in New York City.
    • Romita Ramen
      • Restaurant in New York City, named for Spider-Man artist John Romita
    • T.G.I. Spideys
      • Spider-themed restaurant, one of the dicey money choices Peter B. Parker mentions during his One last time alternate dimension story.
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • Fish N Chips
      • Generically named restaurant in New York City.
  • Schools-Other
    • Wheel Teach Ya
      • Peter Parker's driving school (from the Driver's Test Audi commercial on the Spider-Man Homecoming DVD)
  • Sporting Events
    • The RedEx Invitational
      • Golf tournament advertised in New York City, featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, presented by RedEx.
  • Sports Teams-Football
    • New York Mammoths
      • football team from The Amazing Spider-Man #253
    • San Francisco Skyhawks
      • football team from The Amazing Spider-Man #253
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • Midtown Science And Technology High School Tigers
      • Peter's high school's mascot. Go get 'em tigers!
    • Midtown Tigers
      • Peter's high school mascot.
    • Panthers
      • High school mascot
  • Sports Teams-Other
    • New York Red Sox
      • Alternate version of the Boston Red Sox.
  • Stores-Other
    • Stan's Collectibles
      • Comic book shop where Miles buys his Spider-man costume, featuring a cameo by Stan Lee. "No returns —or— refunds EVER!"
  • Substances
    • Prometheum X
      • John Jameson and fellow astronaut Paul Stevens discover a rock known as "Promethium X", which is said to be more powerful than plutonium. Unknown to the astronaut though, Promethium X also contains a mysterious element which manages to break free and tries to consume the two Astronauts. The space shuttle crashes on Manhattan Bridge, near the Hudson River, where Rhino is sent by The Kingpin to steal the Promethium X.
    • Tritium
      • The fuel that makes Dr. Octavius' project go - there's only 25 pounds of it on the whole planet.
    • Vibranium
      • Mentioned during the debate team study session on the bus to D.C. for the academic decathlon
  • Superhero Teams
    • The Frightful Four
      • Gang of super villains that attack Midtown High looking for Spider-Man. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
  • Tactical Clothing Products
    • The Spider-Man Tech Suit
      • The new Spider-Man suit that Tony Stark designed for Peter during the Avengers Civil War. The suit includes several high tech features, including the A.I. Karen, a heads-up display embedded in the eye lenses, a reconnaissance drone, as well as gliding and parachuting abilities. Additional features include Enhanced Reconnaissance Mode, Enhanced Combat Mode, Enhanced Interrogation Protocol, an Instant Kill feature and 576 possible web shooter combinations, including Taser Webs, Rapid-fire (default for Enhanced Combat Mode), Ricochet Web, Splitter Web and Web Grenades. The suit was also monitored by the Training Wheels Protocol, a program designed to restrict access to the suit's full capabilites, and the Baby Monitor Protocol, which tracks and records everything Peter does.
  • Technology Companies
    • OsCorp
      • "Advancing the Future"
    • Oscorp
      • Norman Osbourne's technical company. (Season 1 episode Great Responsibility)
    • Oscorp Industries
      • No description available
    • Oscorp industries
      • "The future lies within"
    • Quest Aerospace
      • Military contractor. Oscorp rival.
  • Theater Productions
    • Hi, Hello
      • Alternate version of John Mulaney and Nick Kroll's stage show Oh, Hello, advertised in New York City.
    • Kitten Heels
      • Alternate version of Broadway musical Kinky Boots, advertised in New York City.
    • Noize Boyz
      • Alternate version of musical Jersey Boys, advertised in New York City.
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Boseman Way
      • 42nd Street becomes Boseman Way between 1st and 3rd Street, a tribute to Chadwick Boseman's breakout role in the film 42.
  • Toy Products
    • Cowboy
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
    • Hero Guy Suit
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
    • Mr. Tomato Head
      • Alternate version of Mr Potato Head, advertised in New York City.
    • The Spider-Man
      • Miles buys his Spider-Man costume at Stan's Collectibles. Stan Lee: "It always fits… eventually."
    • Vampire
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
  • Trivia
  • Trivia-Names
  • Trivia-Numbers
  • TV Shows
    • Peter Screws The Pooch
      • Joke Tony makes when scolding Peter ("previously on Peter Screws the Pooch…")
  • TV Stations-News
    • NNC
      • Alternate version of TV station CNN that reports on Spider-Man's death: "New York's Hero, Spider-Man, Found Dead at 26".
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 10
      • Local TV station featuring 10 NY news team. "News you can count on".
  • Universities
    • Empire State University
      • Peter Parker's alma mater in New York City
      • No description available
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • Helicarrier
      • S.H.I.E.L.D.'s flying aircraft carrier. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • The Spider Machine GP-7
      • Spider-Man's flying car, equipped with machine guns and missile launchers inside its bonnet.
    • The Spider-Mobile
      • Spider-Man and the Human Torch build the Spider-Mobile, which Peter subsequently crashes in the East River and loses it. (Issue #141) Mysterio tricks Spider-Man into battling the Spider-Mobile. (Issue #160)
      • a.k.a. Peter Parkedcar. Spider-Man's spider-themed dune buggy looking thing, seen in Spider-Man's Spider-Cave.
  • Vehicles-Other
    • Spider-Cycle
      • Spider themed motorcycle that S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist Curt Connors designs for Peter. (Season 1 episode Great Responsibility)
      • There's a motorcycle in Spider-Man's Spider-Cave that looks like the "Spider-Man Wheelie Cycle" toy.
  • Vehicles-Space
    • The Marveller
      • Young motorcycle racer Takuya Yamashiro sees a UFO falling to earth, in fact a space warship named the Marveller that can transform into a giant battle robot called "Leopardon"
  • Videos
    • Amazing Man-Spider Saves Bus Full Of Kids!
      • YouTube Video.
    • Captain America's Fitness Challenge
      • Video featuring Captain America that Peter's gym teacher says he's required by the state to show the class, even though Captain America may be a war criminal.
    • Captain America's Welcome to Detention
      • Video featuring Captain America that he records to be shown to high school students in detention.
    • Patience
      • Video that Captain America records to be shown to high school students. (End credit scene)
  • Weapons
    • Antigrav Climbers
      • One of the weapons created using alien technology that the Shocker sells out of his van
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • Black Hole Grenades
      • One of the weapons created using alien technology that the Shocker sells out of his van
  • Weapons-Guns
    • Antigravity Gun
      • One of the weapons The Vulture's team creates using alien technology
    • Chitauri Railguns
      • One of the weapons created using alien technology that the Shocker sells out of his van
  • Websites
    • Backrub
      • Alternate version of Google advertised in New York City (Backrub was Google's original name).
    • DBC
      • Online news outlet for the Daily Bugle. (Season 1 episode Great Power)
    • Picaboo
      • Alternate version of Snapchat advertised in New York City (Picaboo was Snapchat's original name).
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • The Funky Spider-Man
      • Slang BoJack comes up with for auto-erotic asphyxiation because he hangs and shoots webbing in episode Higher Love

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