Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928) (2024)



"My name is Miguel O'Hara. I'm this dimension's one and only Spider-Man. At least I was. But I'm not like the others. I don't always like what I have to do. But I know I have to be the one to do it. I've given up too much to stop now."

- Spider-Man briefly sharing his background.[src]

Miguel O'Hara is a genetic scientist who once worked for the Alchemax corporation on a project to create genetically enhanced human beings. After the experiment was sabotaged he would quit. Miguel would gain superhuman abilities that he would use to become the superhero Spider-Man of the year 2099.

As Spider-Man, Miguel would have a lot of adventures along with his Artificial Intelligence, LYLA. With both of them protecting Nueva York, sometime after becoming Spider-Man, Miguel would discover the multiverse and decide to monitoring it since then alongside LYLA.

Realizing that the events of the Super-Collider on Earth-1610 produced multiversal rifts that cause various villains to be stranded in universes they don't belong to. Spider-Man would found the Spider-Society as a way to prevent the multiverse from collapsing as well as send the villains back to their respective universes.

After having protected the multiverse from various threats, Miguel would decide to replace his counterpart from an alternate universe to raise his daughter after that Miguel died after being robbed by a thief. However, this event would cause the destruction of this universe as well as its inhabitants. Being severely traumatized, Miguel began to work excessively to the point that he would leave behind the sarcastic and happy man he once was.

After discovering about the Canon Events and their meaning for the lives of the Spider-People, Miguel would become stricter with the Spider-Society, forbidding all members from visiting the Miles Morales of Earth-1610 for finding out that the latter was an anomaly.

Some time later, Miguel and the rest of the Spider-Society would come into conflict with the Spot as well as Miles Morales when the latter tried to save his father once he discovered the latter's impending death. Even though he try to talk to him after first, Miles didn't give him the change forcing him to reveal the origin of him as an anomaly only for Miles to end up escaping to his universe anyway. Miguel along with Jessica and Ben will decide to find Miles to prevent him from saving his dad and accidentally causing the demise of his universe in the process.


  • 1 Biography
    • 1.1 Becoming Spider-Man
    • 1.2 Forming the Spider-Society
      • 1.2.1 Visiting Other Universes
    • 1.3 The Canon Accident
      • 1.3.1 The Aftermath of the Accident
    • 1.4 Meeting Gwen Stacy
  • 2 Personality
  • 3 Powers and Abilities
    • 3.1 Powers
    • 3.2 Abilities
  • 4 Equipment
  • 5 Relationships
    • 5.1 Allies
    • 5.2 Enemies
  • 6 Gallery
  • 7 Trivia
  • 8 References


Becoming Spider-Man[]

Miguel O'Hara was born on September 19th, in 2070 and was a geneticist for the Alchemax corporation in the year 2099. When Miguel tried to quit his job, his boss drugged him with a highly-addictive drug that bound to its user's DNA known as Rapture in hopes of keeping Miguel under the company's control. In an attempt to reverse the damage, Miguel conducted an experiment on himself that would remove the drug from his DNA. However, the procedure was sabotaged by a coworker, who mixed in spider DNA in hopes of killing Miguel, which led to Miguel's birth as Spider-Man. During his early days as Spider-Man, Miguel would found out about the multiverse, beginning to monitoring it since then.[3]

Forming the Spider-Society[]

Visiting Other Universes[]

From their base in the future, Miguel and his holographic companion LYLA monitored the activation of the Super-Collider and meeting of the Spider-Gang, anticipating the potential collapse of the multiverse. Miguel left for about two hours and ended up missing the incident's conclusion and caught up to the events by Lyla.[4]

Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928) (1)

Upon his return, he found that the prototype of their "gizmo", made to help him make an "autonomous multiverse jump", was completed. Miguel immediately put it on and decided to jump to Earth-67. Once there, Miguel landed in front of that dimension's Spider-Man and immediately tried to convince him to go with him but instead got into a pointing argument with him.[4]

Sometime after, Miguel began recruiting more Spider-Men as a way to keep the multiverse safe from any threat after he realizes that the Collider Crisis stranded several villains in other universes. For that, Miguel would visit Earth-616, Earth-404 among other universes to recruit the Spider-Men of these universes to help him in his missions of sending the diplace villains back to their home reality, along the way Miguel would become a competent leader for the team along with Jessica Drew.[3]

The Canon Accident[]

Some time later after founding the Spider-Society, Miguel would find a world where an alternate version of himself had a daughter and lived a happy and peaceful domestic life. After discovering this universe, Miguel would secretly look at this universe secretly from all the members of the newly founded Spider-Society, beginning to feel a little envy and sadness after seeing how a version of him could be happy if he had not become Spider-Man.

However, his life will change drastically once his counterpart had been cruelly murdered, Miguel under good intentions decided to take his place in order to raise his now orphaned daughter. After this, Miguel would begin to spend more time in his counterpart's universe enjoying being a father and his family to the point that he no longer returned to his universe or related as much to the members of the Spider-Society with Miguel apparently, leaving his life as Spider-Man behind to be a family man.

Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928) (2)

Despite how peaceful his newfound life as a father was, things would begin to change. The universe began to fall apart together with its inhabitants realizing what Miguel was going through, and would call some members of the Spider-Society, in order to save the people he loves.

However, not even with the help of the original Spider-Man they manage to achieve his goal, since that entire universe was destroyed while Miguel watches as his daughter disappears in his arms. After that Miguel stays looking his arms in horror after he sees how everything he ever loved disappear as Peter B. consoled him for his loss.[3]

The Aftermath of the Accident[]

After these events, Miguel would feel abandoned and full of guilt after that event, while little by little he begins to distance himself and become more strict with the Spider-Society. Wanting to make up for his mistake and find out what happened, Miguel began to investigate the multiverse more than ever as a way to know how to properly protect it and prevent similar events from occurring.

In his studies, Spider-Man discovered the Web of Life and Destiny, a small pocket found in the multiverse which seemed to be the established timeline of canonical events for spider-like heroes throughout the multiverse who couldn't be interrupted, so that this universe would not be destroyed after finding out about those events Miguel would be strict with those Canon Events deciding along with the Spider-Society to make sure canon events occurred.

He also discovered that the collider event on Earth-1610 made the spider radioactive that intended to bite Miles Morales from Earth-42 and turning him into Spider-Man, ended up being transported to Earth-1610 and biting Miles Morales from that world and turning him into Spider-Man in his place. Coming to the conclusion that Miles was an anomaly and that his presence could be a danger to the multiverse, Miguel would give the rule to all members of the spider-society, especially those who were related to Miles (such as Peter B. or Peni Parker) not to visit him or try to get him on the team. Even so, Miguel promised as a reward that he would not tell Miles the truth that he is an Anomaly as well as the Canon Event that was about to take place in his universe.[3]

Meeting Gwen Stacy[]

To be added[3]


"You always have to call me out? It's just really frustrating and that bums me out."
―Miguel O'Hara to LYLA[src]

Miguel was initially shown to have a very sarcastic attitude. He also spoke coolly about things, even when Lyla tells him that his multiverse-hopping device could kill him. He also displays a hyperactive personality that doesn't think of anything before acting sometimes getting carried away when someone insults him or something similar. Miguel also proved to be someone excited in the realm of science, creating the Gizmo and the Spider-Society initially to defend the multiverse from any threat. Miguel is a perfectionist, always looking for order and structure, and maintaining stability within the multiverse. He envisions his morals and leads the Spider Society.

"You’re the only Spider-Man who’s not funny, we’re supposed to be funny."
Peter B. Parker to Miguel O'Hara[src]

After his failure to prevent the destruction of an alternate dimension, Miguel was left emotionally scarred by the event, becoming an overworked leader of the Spider-Society that tried to make sure that all canon events of the different universes occurred at all cost. After that, he has became very serious and reserved, easily stressed out and very judgmental of all newcomers that tried to join his group. It also implied that Miguel doesn't feel very proud of the things he do. Sometimes even doubting if what he is doing is right but according to him if he doesn't do these things nobody would do it. That shows that following the destruction of that universe, Miguel became obsessive to protect the Multiverse by any means leaving the happy and sarcastic man he once was.

Although, despite being serious and reserved, Miguel at his core does care about helping people in need, but lost sight of who Spider-Man is suppose to be. Also, Miguel did promise Peter B. that he wouldn't tell Miles Morales the truth about his anomaly status or capture him. However, Miguel secretly intended to break half of his promise, as he attempted to capture Miles, but tried to keep the other part of the promise. Unfortunately, Miguel let his temper get the better of him as he broke his word to Peter. B and told Miles the truth about everything. Miguel also isn't afraid to use others in order to achieve his goals as he used Gwen and Peter B. to get to Miles in order to capture him, due to their relationship with him, as he kicked Gwen out of the Spider-Society and brushed Peter B. off, after he was done with them.

Miguel resents Miles Morales for disrupting canon events in his own universe, despite the fact that other-wordly factors are to blame, such as Alchemax releasing Earth-42's spider or Jonathan Ohnn sending the Spider to Earth-1610 in the first place. Also, Miguel's other reason for resenting Miles is that he blames him for everything that has happened with the Multiverse and went to the point of banning Spider-People from visiting Miles, as seen with Gwen whom was still allowed to travel to Spiderpunk's dimension. Despite his resentment towards Miles, Miguel did make an effort to be polite to Miles by explaining his beliefs, past and canon event. Miguel may have explained this to Miles in an attempt to reason with him.

Powers and Abilities[]


  • Spider physiology: Unlike other spider-men, Miguel gained his superpowers trying to reverse his body's chemistry to before he was drugged by rapture (a highly addictive drug). His Experiment was sabotaged by his former supervisor who enlaced spider genetics with Miguel's base line. Miguel survived, gaining instant Spider Abilities such as vampire-like fangs and sharp talons at his toes and finger tips. It's also hinted that Miguel needs to consistently dose himself with artificial "radioactive spider bites", but the reason for so has not been addressed yet. Unlike other spider-men, Miguel does not have the spider sense.
    • Talons: Miguel is shown to have extremely sharp talons that can rip through metal and spider webs. He can summon his talons on command and retract them by touching his own skin. Miguel's talons can slice through guns, swords, and flesh.
    • Venomous Fangs: Miguel's fangs can deliver a venomous bite, capable of temporarily immobilizing his opponents.
    • Superhuman strength: Miguel possesses enhanced strength, allowing him to lift heavy objects and overpower his opponents in combat.
    • Superhuman healing: Miguel's accelerated healing factor allows him to recover from injuries at an increased rate, healing wounds and broken bones more rapidly than a normal human.
    • Wall-Crawling: Like other Spider-People, Miguel has the ability to cling to and crawl on walls and ceilings, mainly using his talons, giving him enhanced mobility and the ability to navigate vertical surfaces with ease.
    • Superhuman agility: He has incredible agility, reflexes, and acrobatic skills, enabling him to move swiftly and gracefully in combat and navigate through various environments effortlessly.
    • Superhuman Durability: Miguel's body has enhanced durability, allowing him to withstand physical impacts and attacks to a greater extent than an ordinary human. He can endure blows, falls, and other forms of physical trauma without sustaining severe injuries.
    • Superhuman Speed: Miguel possesses enhanced speed, enabling him to move at incredibly fast velocities. This enhanced speed allows him to outpace regular humans and react swiftly in combat situations.


  • Genius-Level Intellect: Miguel is incredibly intelligent and possesses a genius-level intellect. He is a skilled scientist and has expertise in various fields such as genetics, biochemistry, and robotics. His intelligence often aids him in solving complex problems and creating advanced technology.
  • Skilled Combatant: Miguel has received extensive combat training, making him a skilled hand-to-hand combatant. He is proficient in multiple fighting styles and martial arts, allowing him to hold his own in battles even without relying solely on his superhuman abilities.
  • Multilingualism: Miguel is fluent in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Japanese. This linguistic skill proves valuable in communicating with individuals from different backgrounds and navigating various situations.
  • Technological Aptitude: As a scientist and futurist, Miguel has a deep understanding of advanced technology. He is proficient in using and manipulating various high-tech gadgets and inventions, often incorporating them into his crime-fighting arsenal.
  • Investigative Skills: Miguel possesses sharp investigative skills, allowing him to gather information, analyze data, and uncover secrets. He has a keen eye for detail and can piece together clues to solve mysteries and uncover the truth.


  • Spider-Man Suit: A special futuristic suit used by Miguel O'Hara to conceal his identity while operating as the superhero Spider-Man.
  • Multiversal Gizmo: The Multiversal Gizmo, created by LYLA, allows Miguel to maintain stability in alternate universes and travel to other dimensions with ease.



  • LYLA - Creation, Friend and Assistant
  • Gabriella O'Hara - Alternate Reality Daughter
  • Spider-Society - Teammates and Subordinates
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man - Former Rival
    • Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman
    • Ben Riley/Scarlet Spider
    • Kaine Parker/Scarlet Spider
    • Spidercide
    • Doppelganger
    • Web-Man
    • Ultimate Tarantula
    • Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman
    • Anya Corazon/Araña
    • Malala Windsor/Spider-UK
    • Spider-Canada
    • Petera/Cyborg Spider-Woman
    • Maybelle Reilly/Lady Spider
    • Annie Parker/Spiderling
    • Mary Jane Watson/Spinneret
    • Spider-Knight
    • Spider-Woman
    • Spider-Woman (MK I Armor)
    • Spider-Woman (MK II Armor)
    • Spider-Woman
    • Patrick O'Hara/Web-Slinger
    • Widow
    • Spider-Cat
    • Charlotte Webber/Sun-Spider
    • Flash Thompson/Captain Spider
    • Samurai Spider-Man
    • Max Borne/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parkedcar/Spider-Mobile
    • Pter Parker/Spider-Rex
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Wolf
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Monkey
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Plushie
    • Peter Parker/Assassin Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Cop
    • Peter Parker/Bombastic Bag Man
    • Peter Parker/Last Stand Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Mangaverse Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Lego Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Ezekiel Sims/Spider-Therapist
    • Spider-Patient
    • Mariachi Spider-Man 1
    • Mariachi Spider-Man 2
    • Mariachi Spider-Man 3
    • Metro Spider-Man
    • Numerous other spider people


  • Anomalies
    • Jonathan Ohnn/The Spot
    • Miles Morales/Spider-Man - Rival
    • Adriano Tumino/Vulture
  • Spider-Gang
    • Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman - Former Subordinate turned Enemy
    • Peter B. Parker/Spider-Man - Former Subordinate turned Enemy
    • Pavitr Prabhakar/Spider-Man - Former Subordinate turned Enemy
    • Hobart Brown/Spider-Punk - Former Subordinate turned Enemy
    • Margo Kess/Spider-Byte - Former Subordinate and Former Tech Support turned Enemy
    • Peter Parker/Spider-Man Noir
    • Peni Parker - Former Subordinate turned Enemy
    • Peter Porker/Spider-Ham


Miguel's credit scene in 'Into The Spider-Verse'

Miguel and Lyla in 'Into The Spider-Verse'


  • In the comics, and likely in this franchise, Miguel O'Hara is Spider-Man 2099 from Earth-928, a possible future of the mainstream dimension Earth-616.
  • According to Bob Persichetti, Miguel wasn't the only candidate for the post-credits Spider-Man that would hint at the possibilities for the future of the franchise. The decision to choose Miguel stemmed from the director and creators' perception that the "fans were very vocally disappointed to learn that O'Hara wasn't part of the central Into the Spider-Verse team."[5]
  • Many people think Miguel O'Hara looks like British actor Christian Bale.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
  4. 4.0 4.1 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: The End of Credits Scene, Explained | Vanity Fair
Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928) (2024)


What is Earth-928 across the spider verse? ›

Earth-928 is the home dimension of Miguel O'Hara, also known as the superhero Spider-Man, as well as the based of operations of the Spider-Society.

Is Earth-928 the future of Earth 616? ›

While it has been confirmed to be a possible future version of Earth-616, the mainstream Marvel Universe, the 2099 universe has been officially designated as Earth-928 and alternatively dubbed as Earth-616 circa 2099, or simply Earth-2099.

Is Miguel faster than Peter? ›

Miguel is considerably faster than Peter Parker. While on Earth-12041, Miguel's webs appear blue.

Is Miguel or Hara hispanic? ›

His true identity is Miguel O'Hara, an Irish-Mexican geneticist living in Nueva York (a renamed New York City) in the year 2099 who attempts to re-create the abilities of the original Spider-Man in other people and later suffers a related accident that causes half of his DNA to be rewritten with a spider's genetic code ...

Who is the Spider-Man from Earth-928? ›

Miguel O'Hara as Spider-Man (Earth-928) - Marvel Comics.

What will Spider-Verse 3 be called? ›

The third and final installment in the trilogy, Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse, and a spin-off film, Spider-Woman, are both in development.

Is Earth in 2099 destroyed? ›

2099 became Earth-23291 which had similar events happen in the OG 2099 universe and was saved by Doom, and became the future of 2099. It was eventually destroyed due to the 2099 event in like 2019, I want to say, for a completely new 2099 future to tell new stories and not be bootstrapped by older stories.

Does Peter Parker exist in 2099? ›

In this event, Spider-Man was one of the first to die,, but his legacy lived on through Miguel O'Hara, the Spider-Man of 2099. While reality-displaced to Earth-616, Miguel O'Hara commented on how Peter Parker's counterpart sported a completely different attitude.

What year is Earth 2099 in? ›

According to Ulana the Watcher, Earth-2099 is a reality rewoven from disparate timelines. It combines elements that happen in the year 2099 A.D. in various realites, such as Earth-928, Earth-2992, Earth-16356, Earth-23291 and Earth-96099.

Is Miguel O'Hara strongest? ›

Miguel O'Hara, also known as Spider-Man 2099, is the most powerful Spider-Man in the Spider-Verse due to his leadership skills, brutality, gear, and extra abilities. He wears an ultra-durable suit and has sharp fangs, making him a formidable opponent.

Why is Miguel O'Hara special? ›

Genetically imprinted with spider DNA, Miguel has superhuman strength (lifting 10 tons under optimal conditions), speed, stamina, reflexes and agility, and enhanced durability.

Who defeated Miguel? ›

This was not a tournament fight, there were no rules. Last man standing wins and Robby was standing. While what he did to Miguel was a horrible thing, intentional or not, he won.

Who is Miguel O Hara's girlfriend? ›

Miguel and Dana stayed together and fell in love, with Miguel eventually proposing to her, making her his fiancee.

Why does Miguel O'Hara have fangs? ›

Spider-Man 2099, Miguel O'Hara, plays a key role in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and is introduced as the leader of the Spider Society. Miguel's origins as Spider-Man 2099 differ from other variants, as his DNA is spliced with a spider's, giving him unique talents such as venomous fangs and organic webbing.

Does Miguel o hara have red eyes? ›

In Marvel Comics, Miguel O'Hara is a genius bioengineer who becomes Spider-Man 2099 after a genetic experiment. He has super strength, claws, paralyzing venom, red eyes, and the ability to produce silk naturally.

What is Earth-616 into the spider-verse? ›

As of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, this universe has been officially designated as "Earth-616B" which would make it a variation of the original universe that the "Amazing Spider-Man" comics as well as most comics published by Marvel Comics that Peter's character is originally based on take place in.

What Earth is into the Spiderverse on? ›

Earth-1610 | Into the Spider-Verse Wiki | Fandom.

What Earth is Spiderverse set? ›

In the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), Earth-616 is seen in a monitor along with other Earths, while Peter B. Parker arrives on Earth-1610 (the home universe of Miles Morales) when the interdimensional machine starts malfunctioning.

Which Peter is Earth-616? ›

Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man, is the mainstream and original Earth-616 incarnation of the character and appears in almost every piece of Spider-Man related media. All other "spider-men" are derived from him.

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