I feel like this page shouldn't exist. First of all it's just a meaningless easter egg and second, I'm not sure Jack O Lantern is even aware that Spider-Man 2099 exists (or will exist) so in-universally it's just a big coincidence that this robot happened to look like Spider-Man 2099, unless I'm missing something here since I didn't really read the comic.--Primestar3 (talk) 20:37, September 6, 2016 (UTC)

Jack O'Lantern is aware of Spider-Man 2099? (sorry for the one year late reply)
Honestly, I just don't think we should take easter eggs too seriously.--Primestar3 (talk) 19:31, September 6, 2017 (UTC)
Well, this wiki usually takes them seriously. And there's no reason to assume a version of Miguel O'Hara hasn't appeared on this earth. The only robot whose basis didn't appear on Earth-982 was Spider-Ham, but he was included due to his cartoon. (Maybe the dog, but I'm only saying that because I don't know his basis.)--MysteryScooby (talk) 21:29, September 6, 2017 (UTC)
It can be assumed that 2099 might have had some interaction with this Earth (maybe exactly the same events of Spdm meets 2099 comic) but we don't have proof, only speculations. Jack O'Lantern is unlikely to be aware of 2099's existence. Just like he wasn't aware of the actual Spider-Ham's existence, I'd say 2099 costume is just a cosmic coincidence or whatever. It's also *possible* that you're right but see, it's both speculations with no solid canon backbone. The best thing to do is to just treat as an easter egg, mention it in the notes but don't give it an article since we don't have legitimate proof of his existence.
As for the thing about easter eggs, I'd say some easter eggs can be taken seriously but not ones that are too speculationary such as this.-- Primestar3 (talk) 18:13, September 7, 2017 (UTC)