The radioactive, complex mutagenic enzymes in the spider's blood that were transferred at the time of the bite triggered numerous body-wide mutagenic changes within Parker, granting him superhuman strength, speed, toughened flesh, and numerous arachnid-like abilities.
Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man: A 15-year-old who gained spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider.
Peter Parker was bitten by a genetically altered spider and gained the proportional speed, strength, and agility of a SPIDER, adhesive fingertips and toes, and the precognitive awareness of danger called "SPIDER-SENSE"!
Cosmic Spider-Man is undoubtedly the most powerful variation of the character. In the Acts of Vengeance storyline, Peter absorbs a mysterious power known as the Enigma Force.
The strongest of the Spider-People introduced in Into the Spider-Verse would have to be Miles Morales, the film's main protagonist.
Andrew Garfield is arguably the weakest live-action Spider-Man we've had up to this point, but it's hard to blame that on Garfield entirely. After a duo of divisive films and the sequel especially getting a less-than-complimentary reception from critics, the planned third movie was ultimately canned.
Out of Maguire, Garfield, and Holland, the smartest Spider-Man is Tom Holland, which is made possible thanks to influences present only in the MCU.
Tom Holland's feats as the MCU's Spider-Man make him the strongest live-action version of the Marvel hero. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has its fair share of powerful characters, but Peter Parker has some of the most potential when it comes to raw strength.
As usually portrayed, Parker is more experienced and stronger and would likely win. Some versions, including the one from Miles' universe, it would be a close fight.
1 Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff
That was enough to consider her near the top but Wanda Maximoff, known as Scarlet Witch, is the officially most powerful Avenger now.
A spider can lift 170x their weight, and if Peter has inherited a spider's powers, he could lift about 25000 pounds, roughly translating to 12.5 ton. But in the comics it has been proven he can lift up to 100-300 tons if under extreme conditions.
That would make Peter Parker's punch clock in at 450 mph.
Spider-Man's origin story is well-known: Radioactive spider bites Peter Parker (Tom Holland) at a lab during a school trip. He gets spider powers because of it, which include super strength and agility, and the ability to stick to walls.
However, due to his inexperience, he doesn't have full control of his powers and is still discovering them, including his spider-sense. Superhuman Strength: Spider-Man possesses the proportionate strength of a spider. His strength enables him to lift more than the weight of a car, even at greater speeds.
In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tom Holland's Spidey discreetly brews his own web fluid in chemistry class to use out in the field.
Director Jon Watts explains why the webslinger is missing one of his signature superpowers. One of Spider-Man's key superpowers is his “spidey-sense”. It basically gives him super-reflexes and allows him to anticipate attacks and the presence of enemies.
Like his namesake, Spider-Man's strength and agility stand far above those of the average human, allowing him to lift nearly ten tons and to leap and move at incredible speeds with high accuracy.
Peter is killed in 'The Death of Spider-Man' storyline, in a battle against the Green Goblin, although he is later revealed to have survived his death, thanks to his immortality, as the result of the same OZ compound that gave him his powers in the first place.
If they fight without any special suits, Tobey Maguire's version would be the winner. With the suits, nobody can come close to Tony Stark's genius and Tom Holland's MCU version would have the upper hand. If Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man could have the superhero suit made by Stark, he'd be nearly unbeatable.
Spider-Man is Stronger Than Thor (When He Needs To Be) He might seem like a lightweight compared to other superheroes, but Spider-Man has shown he can be stronger than Thor - multiple times. When it comes to super strength, Spider-Man often ranks fairly low compared to powerhouses like Thor and Hulk.
The strongest Spider-Man villain of them all is Rhino. Aleksei Sytsevich was a member of the Russian mafia who undertook chemical and gamma radiation treatments that gave him superhuman strength and durability. What resulted was that a powerful armor was bonded to his body permanently making him very powerful.
In the final fight, a bloodlusted Tom barely gets the better of Goblin and was going for the kill, but Tobey stops his full force attack. Combined this with Tobey's train feats, it's easy to say he's the strongest. In tactics and tech, Tom has the advantage but Tobey takes it in raw strength.
Scientific aptitude and knowledge
Apart from his physical abilities, Peter is an intellectually-gifted scientific teen genius and has a prodigious aptitude in the physical sciences, with a high IQ level of around 250.
Ultimately, Tobey Maguire came out on the very top of the list, holding a 91.3% win percentage and winning 19,557 of his 21,426 battles. Of course, Maguire is also among the most well-known versions of Peter Parker with the incredible success of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy.