Marvel's Spider-Man Dog Names

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Many people turn to favorite books, television shows, and movies and hundreds of die-hard Spidey fans can be found at just about any Comic-con, so it’s no surprise that some new pet owners may choose to focus on the Spiderverse for inspiration. The Spider-Man trilogy, directed by Sam Raimi, is a group of films that took superhero movies to the next level. Spider-Man, released in 2002, became the first movie to gross over $100 million in its opening weekend and all three of the movies in the trilogy entertain with a complex mix of serious drama, relatable characters, and a unique comic book feel.

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Choosing a name for your new canine companion is an exciting and important part of being a pet owner. Training and bonding exercises tend to be easier and more productive when the name is one that is easy to pronounce consistently and one that your specific dog understands clearly and can respond to quickly. Picking a name that means something to you and makes you happy may also improve your bond, especially if that happiness is evident to your dog when you say the name. There are many names that can be inspired by the Spiderverse from obvious names, such as Peter, Spidey, or Mary Jane, to slightly more obscure ones like Earnest, Ursula, or even Tiger. The personality of your individual animal as well as your circumstances may help to guide you in your search for the perfect name so that if your dog exhibits a great deal of energy, spunk, or verve it may end up with a moniker like Broadway, Marvel, or Jazz, while the sweet older dogs you just rescued may be better suited to Ben or May. For those individuals who prefer to honor the real people and places involved with the making of the movies and pick a name that is involved with its creation, names like Brooklyn, Raimi, and Stan Lee may fit the bill. 

Male Marvel's Spider-Man Dog Names

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Ben
Peter Parker was raised by May and Ben Parker; Ben is a wise and practical man
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Bonesaw
Bonesaw McGraw was a professional wrestler that Peter fought when he first gained his superpowers
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Bully
Peter Parker was frequently bullied in high school
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Campbell
Bruce Campbell is a long-time friend of Sam Raimi; played cameo roles in all three movies and voiced the subsequent video games
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Captain Stacy
A New York police captain that is an admirer of Spider-Man; father of Gwen Stacy
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Ditkovich
Peter Parker’s cranky landlord that continually has to demand his rent money
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Doc Ock
The alter-ego of Dr. Octavius is an obsessed and angry man with technology enhanced abilities
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Earnest
The name of Mary Jane’s Broadway play that Peter misses in Spider-Man 2 is “The Importance of being Earnest”
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Eddie
A self-proclaimed ladies man whose jealousy towards Peter becomes dangerous when he fuses with a powerful alien symbiote
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Elfman
Danny Elfman composed the soundtrack for Spiderman
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Flash
Eugene Thompson, usually referred to as Flash, was a high-school football star that bullied Peter Parker
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Flint
A reluctant thief who is composed entirely of sand due to an accident with a particle accelerator genetic alteration
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Green Goblin
Dr. Norman Osborn’s alter-ego, an aggressive and insane villain that wears a green battle suit and rides a jet glider
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Harry
Son of OsCorp CEO Norman Osborn and both best friend and mortal enemy to Peter Parker in the trilogy
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Houseman
The name of the butler to the Osborns was Bernard Houseman
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Jameson
Peter Parker’s boss, J. Jonah Jameson, is a cantankerous and impatient man who is dedicated to money
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John
Captain John Jameson III is the son of J. Jonah Jameson and one-time fiancee to Mary Jane
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Mendel
The head of Research and Development at OsCorp
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Mr. Aziz
The manager of Joe’s Pizza, Peter’s second job in Spiderman 2
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Norman
The wealthy founder and CEO of OsCorp and an antagonist in all three films; the Green Goblin is Dr. Norman Osborn’s alter-ego
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Otto
Doctor Otto Octavius was originally a kind scientist who became fused with an unstable creation during a lab accident
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Peter
An intelligent but awkward young man who gained superpowers when he was bitten by a radioactive spider
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Raimi
Sam Raimi is the filmmaker that directed the original Spider-Man trilogy
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Robbie
Being a close confidant to J. Jonah Jameson, Robbie Roberson has a great deal of influence at the paper
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Sandman
The nickname given to Flint Marco after he is altered by the particle accelerator
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Spidey
This name is in reference to Spider-Man’s strong intuitive instincts, known as “Spidey-sense”
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Stan Lee
The iconic Stan Lee makes cameo appearances in most Marvel Comic adaptions, including all three of the Spider-Man movies
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Ted
The advertising manager for the Daily Bugle is Ted Hoffman; this character was designed specifically for the movies
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Tiger
Mary Jane’s pet name for Peter Parker
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Venom
The name used for the symbiote that fuses first with Peter Parker, then with Eddie Brock Jr

Female Marvel's Spider-Man Dog Names

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Alter-Ego
Many of the characters in the Spider-Man movies have alter-egos
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Bell
It is the sound of the church bells that frees Peter from the symbiote that infests his suit
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Betty
Jameson’s secretary and an admirer of Peter Parker
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Bonette
The Bonettes are the women who make up the female fan group of Bonesaw McGraw
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Broadway
Mary Jane Watson seeks and attains a Broadway career
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Brooklyn
The Green Goblin dangles a tram full of children and Mary Jane from the Brooklyn Bridge
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Bugle
The Daily Bugle is the newspaper that Peter Parker works for
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Cecily
Mary Jane plays the character Cecily during the Importance of Being Earnest
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Emma
The wife of Flint Marco, also known as the Sandman
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Forest
The part of Queens that Peter Parker grows up in is known as Forest Hills
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Gwen
Daughter of Captain George Stacy, one-time friend to Eddie, and classmate of Peter Parker
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Jazz
Mary Jane sings at a jazz nightclub
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Joan
The plucky wife of J. Jonah Jameson
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Kiss
Kirstin Dunst won an MTV movie award for Best Kiss for her kiss with Tobey Mcquire in the first Spider-Man movie
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Louise
Mary Jane’s best friend and co-star is named Louise Wood
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Marvel
Spider-Man is a character from the Marvel comics
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Mary Jane
The love of Peter Parker’s life, Mary Jane Watson, was once the girl next door
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May
Peter Parker was raised by his elderly Aunt and Uncle; May Parker is typically a cheery and positive woman
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Mirror
Harry Osborn broke the mirror that led to his father’s Green Goblin experiments
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OsCorp
The technology company formed by Norman Osborn
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Penny
The terminally ill daughter of Flint Marco also known as the Sandman
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Pumpkin
Both Green Goblins use pumpkin bombs
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Queens
Forest Hills, where Peter Parker and Mary Jane grew up, is in Queens, New York
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Rosalie
Wife and assistant to Dr. Otto Octavius until the accident that turned him into Doc Octopus also took her life
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Serum
The OsCorp serum designed to create super soldiers created the Green Goblin instead
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Shooter
Spider-Man is able to use web-shooters to shoot webs from his wrists
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Symbiote
A parasitic alien lifeform that feeds primarily on the fear and aggression of the host
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Tritium
The reactor that Dr. Otto Octavius was creating ran on tritium
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Unity
Spider-Man’s intervention at the World Unity Fair saved the day
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Ursula
Mr. Ditkovich has a lovely daughter named Ursula who has a crush on Peter Parker

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