The power to
create webs that are made out of various substances/force
. Sub-power of
. Variation of
User can create sticky threads of webs that generate or are made from anything/everything, including matter/energy, power, concepts, etc. The web can act as a barrier, a defensive perimeter or a trap/binding, and have different effects on the trapped hosts, depending on the substance/force of which it is made.
Webs might have a weight limit and some targets can overcome it.
Webs can be flammable.
Some users may lack the oils to prevent them from sticking to their own web.
Web may have limits on how much can be created at a time
May not have the ability to fire, or launch the web, requiring users to lasso or throw it.
The process of creating the webs naturally may require a large metabolism from the user.
Web-Shooters ( Marvel Comics)
Spider Web Magisword ( Mighty Magiswords)
Silk Spitter ( Xiaolin Showdown)
Shōgen Kazamachi (Basilisk) spitting out extremely adhesive webbing.
Rachnera Arachnera (Daily Life with a Monster Girl)
Kidōmaru (Naruto) generating webs for traps, threads and compressed weapons.
Araña Webb (Fairy Tail) firing spider webbing at Ren Akatsuki.
Randō (Yu Yu Hakusho) traps Yusuke in a web composed of spirit energy.
Tarantula Panther (
Cutie Honey) has the ability to produce ten different types of Spider silk from her abdomen.
Spidermonkey (Ben 10: Alien Force) creating a web.
Mary Jane Watson/Spider-Woman (Ultimate Spider-Man)
Unlike Spider-Man, the Scarlet Spider (Ultimate Spider-Man) can project organic webbing.
Silk Spitter (Xiaolin Showdown) can shoot spider silk, but can run out of silk for least 10 seconds when overused.
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad (The Fairly OddParents)
Ultimate Kevin (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien) possesses Ultimate Spidermonkey's web breath that spitting web out of his mouth
Thanks to his incredible intellect, Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Marvel Comics) invented the wrist-worn devices he called his
...and despite it being retconned, he could produce an organic form of webbing after accepting
the Other half of his spider powers.
As the significant other to Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Ero/The Other (Marvel Comics) can spin webs organically.
Silk (Marvel Comics) generates webbing from her fingertips.
Combo Man (Marvel Comics) possesses Spider-Man's web generation.
Bizarnage (Amalgam Comics)
Black Spider (Young Justice)
Spider-Femme (Spoof Comics Presents)
Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099 (Marvel Comics)
Miles Morales/Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)
Spider-Man 2211 (Marvel Comics)
Kaine Parker/Scarlet Spider (Marvel Comics)
Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman (Marvel Comics)
Gwen Stacy/Spider-Gwen/Ghost Spider (Marvel Comics)
Mohinder Suresh (Heroes) generating webbing from his fingers.
Lady Web (The Thundermans)
Tangleweb (Power Rangers Franchise)
Broodmother (Dota 2) can spin webs that enhance her speed, healing and make her invisible to enemies.
Sadira (Killer Instinct 2013) makes heavy use of webbing in combat.
Ariados (Pokémon) producing a Spider Web.
Joltik (Pokémon) using
Electroweb to produce an electrical web.
Larvesta (Pokémon) using String Shot to produce webbing.
Kirby (Kirby) generating webs with the Spider ability.