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Information-silk Official Name
Spider-Signal
Information-silk Aliases
Pig-Signal
Information-silk Version
At least three
Origin
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History

A powerful light emitted from Spider-Man's belt to announce his arrival to criminals. [1] It was also used as a light source, allowing him to see in the dark. Recently, after upgrading his Utility Belt, the Spider-Signal was able to switch into a second mode which was a UV light setting for forensic purposes. [2]

Another design was created by Ollie Osnick to call Spider-Man and then ask him if they could work together as a team. This version was a lantern. [3]

Superior Spider-Man Vol 1 3 Textless

Jameson's version

An all-new design was created by J. Jonah Jameson to use it from a reflector in a Police Station in order to call Spider-Man if needed. During the reign of the Superior Spider-Man, Otto Octavius, Otto destroyed it, as it would help his enemies to know where to find him.[4]

Alternate Realities

Avengers Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Animated Series) Season 2 13

Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! (Earth-8096)

Spider-Man used the Spider-Signal in the sewers when helping Captain America find the Serpent Society.[5]

Spider-Man's Spider-Signal from The Spectacular Spider-Man (Animated Series) Season 1 1 001

The Spectacular Spider-Man (Earth-26496)

Spider-Man used the Spider-Signal emitted from his belt to alert the criminals about his arrival to catch him.[6]

Pig-Signal (Earth-8311)

Larval Earth (Earth-8311)

This version of this item was called the Pig-Signal.[7]

Spider-Man's Spider-Signal (Earth-6799)

Spider-Man 1967 Cartoon Series (Earth-6799)

In this reality, the Spider-Signal is a flashlight incorporated into Spider-Man's Web-Shooters.[citation needed]


Notes

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Trivia

  • Jameson's version of this item is an obvious parody of the Bat-Signal used by DC Comics' Batman.


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