Device or Vehicle
Web-Shooters
Nick Name
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Creator or Inventor
Peter Parker (Spider-Man I)
Owner or Possessor

Spider-Man I

Spider-Man II


Function or Uses

Discharge of artificial webbing used to ensnare others, cast swing lines or serve other offensive or defensive measures.


Projecting small tracer device which emits a frequency Spider-Man's sixth sense (Spider-Sense) is capable of detecting, allowing him to track persons or objects to which they are affixed.


Size
Fits most human sized wrists.
Weight
Less than one pound.
Special Properties

Spider-Tracers: Small homing devices launched from the web-shooters that emit a frequency activating Spider-Man's sixth sense.


Web-Shooters: Wrist-mounted projectile device that fires a viscous high-tensile strength "web" fluid, stored in high-pressure cartridges mounted on the wrist housing, activated via triggers placed against the palm and activated by pressure from the middle fingers.


Regularly Appearing

Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 & 2

Marvel Tales

Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1, 2 & 3

Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol. 1 & 2

Sensational Spider-Man

Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 & 2

Spider-Man Vol. 1 & 2

Spider-Man Unlimited Vol. 1 & 2

Tangled Web

Untold Tales of Spider-Man

Web of Spider-Man

Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man


First Appearance
Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962)
Creator
Stan Lee & Steve Ditko
Origin

After gaining powers from an irradiated spider, Peter Parker (Spider-Man I) reasoned that a human-spider needed webs like a real spider. Using his scientific knowledge, Parker developed a means of producing an artificial webbing which he administered with a double-tap on the triggers of his wrist mounted devices which would eventually become known as Web-Shooters.