Real name: Julia Carpenter Other known aliases: None Occupation: Former government agent and professional tennis player. Current group affiliation: Reserve member of the Avengers. Past group affiliations: Secret Wars Heroes, Freedom Force, Force Works, Queen's Vengeance. Major enemies: Mystique, Seekers First appearance: Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #6 (in the shadows) Origin: Description: Julia is a good looking woman standing 5'9'' tall and weighing 140 lbs. She has reddish blond hair and blue eyes.
43 STR 33
18 DEX 24
21 CON 22
12 BODY 4
13 INT 3
14 EGO 8
18 PRE 8
18 COM 4
14 PD 5
9 ED 5
5 SPD 22
13 REC 0
42 END 0
45 STUN 0
Characteristics Cost: 138
Powers, Skills and Equipment
5 EC (5),"Spider powers."
5a) +0 STR Clinging
49b) 9D6 Entangle,has one body,Concentrate(-1/4) 9
11c) 16" Swinging 3
7 16" Superleap 6
3 Acrobatics 13-
3 Breakfall 13-
3 Federal Police Powers
8 1 Levels,all combat
3 Persuasion 13-
2 PS: Pro tennis player. 11-
3 Stealth 13-
8 4/4 Armor,OIF(-1/2)
2 Radio XMIT/REC,"Avengers ID card.",OAF(-1)
Powers Cost: 112
Base Points: 100
5 DNPC,"Family and friends.",normal,useful skills,appear 8-
5 Distinctive,"Redhead woman in sexy spider outfit.",easily
20 Hunted,"by various foes.",as powerful,non-combat influence,
15 Psych Lim,"Protective of normals.",common,strong
20 Psych Lim,"Code vs. killing.",common,total
5 Rep,"Spider-femme Avenger.",occur 8-
15 Secret ID,"Julia Carpenter"
15 Susc,"If her webs are broken.",uncommon,effect is instant,
10 Watched,"by the U.S. government.",more powerful,non-combat
Disadvantages Total: 120
Experience Spent: 30
Total Points: 250
Explanation of the conversion:
History: Julia Carpenter was a normal tennis player, mother, and homemaker before a mysterious group known as the Commission decided to use her in its super powers experiments. The Commission secretly injected her with spider venom in ever increasing dosages, eventually transforming her into Spider-Woman II.
Julia was among the people who were transported to Battleworld by the Beyonder. She revealed herself to the heroes there as Spider-Woman II and joined them. She battled the Absorbing Man, Doctor Doom and the Hulk. She was killed and brought back to life by Doom when he was wielding the power of the Beyonder (Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #6-12).
She became a member of the government super team Freedom Force, who were assigned to bring in the Avengers. When Freedom Force tried to take the Avengers to the Vault she rebelled and aided the Avengers (Avengers Annual #15).
Alongside Iron Man she battled the Seekers, who sought to capture her for a reward. She went back to work as a government agent for Valorie Cooper (Iron Man #214).
When Julia came to California she happened across the Pacific Overlords, and went to the Avengers west coast branch to help look into them. After that adventure she joined the west coast branch of the Avengers (Avengers West Coast II #75).
When the west coast branch of the Avengers was dissolved she joined Force Works until it was dissolved.
Spider-Woman II was among the people invited to the wedding of Rick Jones and Marlo Chandler (Incredible Hulk #418).
Julia was among the heroes who were captured by Morgan Le Fay and mind controlled into becoming her personal guard, the Queen's Vengeance. Julia was eventually freed and helped defeat Morgan (Avengers III #2-3).
Powers: Spider-Woman II possesses superhuman strength enabling her to lift (press) 10 tons. She can create a sticky psi-web that can hold things in place and if released through her hands and feet allows her to cling to walls or swing from a web-line. She has faster then human reflexes.
Links to other Spider-Woman II pages:
Character created by Marvel Comics.
Page setup by Mathew R. Ignash - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated - December, 2002