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|Real name:||Otto Octavius|
|Other Aliases:||The Octopus, Doctor Octopus, The Living Brain, Peter Parker, Superior Spider-Man|
|Created by:||Kevin Shinick|
|Voiced by:|| Scott Menville
Robbie Daymond (as Spider-Man)
|Number of Appearances:||26|
|First Appearance:||"Horizon High: Part Two"|
|Appearance of Death:||Goblin War: Part 4|
|Relatives:||Torbert Octavius (father)|
|Place of Birth:||Unknown|
|Affiliations:||Sinister Six; formerly Osborn Academy, Horizon High|
|Base of Operations:||Mobile; formerly Oscorp Tower, Horizon High|
|Abilities:|| Genius-Level Intellect|
|Hair Color:|| Brown
(Formerly Light Brown)
|Eye Color:|| Green
While originally using his mechanical appendages and intellect for good, Otto later turned to a life of crime after Norman Osborn tricked him into believing his friends had betrayed him while also stealing Otto's research for himself. The combination of Norman's underhanded actions and his own superiority complex have led Otto to believe it is better to control people rather then protect them.
During his childhood, Otto Octavius grew up in a very rough life. He was constantly picked on by a jock named Steve. Steve forced him to let him cheat off of his Chemistry midterm in order to stay on the baseball team. Otto was also abused by his father Torbert, who says that science is useless and that strength is all that matters. The next day, when Otto was walking home from school, Steve confronted him on getting an F on his midterm. But Otto explains to the jock that he purposely failed his midterm to ruin his chances of getting into a good college and getting him kicked off the baseball team. Enraged by this, Steve is about to pound Otto, but Steve's father arrived in his car to take him home. Seeing his bully in trouble made Otto very proud of himself.