Which Version of Spider-Man Are You?

By: Gavin Thagard
Estimated Completion Time
5 min
Spider-Man saving the day As Spider-Man, your job is to save the day. Do you always embrace this responsibility?
No matter what
When I can
Sometimes
Most of the time

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Fire Alarm You're in the middle of a test when the fire alarm goes off and the class starts to panic. How do you handle it?
Go outside with the class and wait
Investigate the culprit as Peter Parker
Put on your Spider suit
Leap into action and put out the fire

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High school kids High school can be a tough time for anyone, including a superhero. How would you describe yourself in high school?
Nerdy
Awkward
Goofy
Dorky

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Man giving advice If you're in need of advice, where are you going first?
Your father
Your mentor
Your uncle
Your friend

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Spider-Man flying Spider-Man wouldn't be the superhero he is without his powers. What's your opinion on those powers?
They're awesome.
They're a responsibility.
They scare you.
You embrace them.

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Spider drone Are you more likely to rely on your powers or special gadgets to fight crime?
I'm all about gadgets.
My powers are enough.
I enjoy a balance.
A special suit helps.

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Spare time Sometimes Spider-Man needs a break from the action. How do you spend your spare time?
Studying
With friends
Skateboarding
Working

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8 It's your first date with Gwen Stacy, and your nerves are at an all-time high. Suddenly, the ice cream parlor you're in gets robbed. What do you do?
Sneak to the "bathroom" to address the criminal
Stay and protect Gwen
Save the day as Peter Parker
Try to escape with Gwen

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Young man Which of these characteristics best fits your personality?
Loner
Shy
Independent
Lovable

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Man reading magazine Sitting atop a building waiting for a crime to take place, can you identify the magazine you'd be reading?
A sports magazine
An entertainment magazine
A science magazine
A humor magazine

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Fighting crime Your tools to fight crime seem limitless, but what do you consider your best attribute?
Your brain
Your athleticism
Your agility
Your pliability

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9 There are robberies all over town. Select the one you would respond to first?
A car jacking
A bank robbery
A gas station holdup
A sidewalk mugging

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Couple dating Is dating something you consider important to balance out your life as a superhero?
You can't just fight crime.
Dating is difficult.
I don't think about it.
I try to find a balance.

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Spider-Man fighting Green Goblin You're in an intense fight with the Green Goblin when a piece of construction equipment gets knocked off the building your on. Which event do you address first?
Stop the equipment
Get the people out the way
Keep fighting the Green Goblin
Save any construction workers

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Spider-Man and Uncle Ben As you come into your own as both a person and a hero, whose advice are you taking to guide you?
Another hero
A relative
A teacher
A police officer

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Serious young man Even superheroes aren't perfect. Name your worst quality?
You struggle to make time for others.
You can be distant.
You're childish.
Your curiosity gets the best of you.

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Spider-Man practicing As you learn to use your powers, where are you going to train?
An abandoned shed
Train on the job
A back alley
Another hero's hosue

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Spider-Man playing basketball Aside from your heroic duties as Spider-Man, identify the after-school activity you'd be involved in?
Track and field
Basketball
Science club
Photography

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Spider-Man and Police officer The webbed warrior constantly interacts with cops and other authority figures. How do you act around them?
Rebellious
Friendly
Timid
Respectful

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Spider-Man unmasked Are you good at keeping your secret identity from your friends?
Yes, I can hide it.
I'm decent.
I'm not the best.
No, I've been exposed.

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Gwen falling Would you be able to stay away from your love interest to keep them out of harm's way?
Easily
I could try.
With great difficulty
Not at all

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Spider-Man cars and bridge You're late for work, but you hear on a nearby radio that a car wrecked and is about to fall off a bridge. How do you handle the situation?
Make a call to work before saving the day
Rush to the accident, then go to work
Ignore the radio and go to work
Skip work and save the day

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Concerned man Could you put a pause on being a hero if you were going through a difficult time in your life?
I could stop for a while.
I would stop long enough to regroup.
It would be hard to stop.
Stopping would be almost impossible.

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Spider-Man suit Do you need a fancy Spider suit to complete your job effectively?
I like all the gadgets.
I need a versatile suit.
I just need a few upgrades.
I just need clothes on.

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Friends having an argument No one wants to fight their best friend, but how would you handle an altercation?
With courage
With respect
With reluctance
With remorse

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Spider-Man fighting Sandman Is it easy for you to fight a villain who you believe is acting out of necessity and not self interest?
I do my job.
I do it because I have to.
I don't enjoy it, but I do it.
I do it with great regret.

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Spider-Man saving Mary Jane Of the following priorities, which one do you put first as a hero?
Protecting your city
Protecting your loved ones
Defending yourself
Defeating evil

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Bus near baby stroller You're headed to school when your spidey-sense starts tingling. A bus is about to run into a baby stroller. How do you handle it?
Grab the baby stroller
Use your web to stop the bus
Remove the baby from the stroller
Get between the bus and the stroller

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Civil War Superheroes can't always do it alone. Would you say you work well with others?
Definitely
Usually
Sometimes
Not at all

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Spider sense Which of your Spidey powers do you consider the most important?
Agility
Durability
Reflexes
Senses

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