Since he was first introduced to the Marvel Universe in the pages of Amazing Fantasy #15 back in 1962, Spider-Man has been updated, reimagined, retooled, and reformed dozens of times. The beauty of the Marvel Universe is that it includes a multiverse, and most realities within it have a version of Spider-Man.
There's one where he's an anthropomorphic cartoon pig and another where he's a vampire. Basically, anything that could be imagined as a different version of Spider-Man has been or will be created at some point or another - but not all Spider-Men are as powerful as each other.
Some versions of the classic character are stronger than the original, while others are significantly weaker. There are Spider-Women, Spider-Girls, Spider-Men who aren't Peter Parker, and there's even a Spider-Gwen to boot. The Marvel Multiverse is an abundance of interesting ideas and phenomenon, and a lot of it revolves around Marvel's signature hero.
Of all the Spider-Men in the multiverse, these ten are easily the most powerful. Ranging from Peter Parker to Miles Morales, Mary Jane Watson, or someone completely new to the Spider-Man mythos, these ten could probably beat the crap out of the OG Peter Parker, one way or another.
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