|Full Name:||Sarah Stacy|
|First Appearance:||Amazing Spider-Man #509|
|Created by:||J. Michael Straczynski, Mike Deodato Jr.|
|Place of Birth:||Somewhere in Europe|
|Weight:||125 lbs (57 kg)|
|Unique Features:||Looks nearly identical to her mother, Gwen Stacy|
Before Gwen Stacy's death, she was seduced and impregnated by Norman Osborn. She gave birth to premature though fully grown twins while staying in Europe. Norman came and raised them, convincing them that Peter Parker was their father and that he had killed their mother as Spider-Man. Their upbringing made the twins want revenge. Sarah and her twin brother Gabriel were born with the goblin powers inherited from Norman Osborn. Both twins aged at an accelerated rate because of these powers. Sarah, the smarter of the two twins, bears a striking resemblance to her mother. Sarah was saved by Spider-Man twice: first when she fell off the bridge and second when Spider-Man donated his blood to her after she suffered a bullet wound and her body rejected all other blood donations. Sarah shot at Gabriel (to protect a weakened Spider-Man), causing the Glider to blow up. He landed on a beach, with amnesia. He later returned home to Paris where Sarah secretly cared for him. While his sister left to be trained as an interpol agent, Gabriel was last seen in a crazed state fleeing the Osborn estate. Sarah is currently allied with Interpol to find Gabriel.
Powers & Abilities
Due to Norman Osborn's enhanced blood, the Sarah aged about 2-3 times faster than normal and became an adult within the span of a few years. This enhanced blood also gave her a slight increase in strength, reflexes, healing,
and endurance. However, the aging causes sarah to suffer severe headaches.
Sarah's condition is stabilised through a blood transfusion from Spider-Man, leaving her significantly more mentally stable than her brother, but her precise strength level is unclear.
- It is unknown who's last name she and her brother took; their mother's, their biological father's, or their alleged father's. So it is to assume that she and her brother took their mother's name.