Spider-Man 2099, also known as Miguel O’Hara, is the most powerful Spider-Man in the Spider-Verse due to his leadership skills, brutality, gear, and extra abilities. He wears an ultra-durable suit and has sharp fangs, making him a formidable opponent. Miguel O’Hara gathered every Spider-Person across the multiverse and assembled them into the Spider-Society. His leadership skills enabled him to achieve this feat in record time. In terms of power, Miguel’s attacks are among the heaviest compared to other Spider-People, while still maintaining his speed and agility.
The Spot is revealed as the most powerful villain in “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.” Starting as a petty villain seeking revenge on Spider-Man for making him lose his job, the Spot gradually became a multiversal threat. The spots on his body allow him to visit other realities and create multidimensional portals. With enough experience, he could become untouchable during combat and potentially destroy entire universes by mixing realities and preventing canon events from happening.
Miles Morales and the MCU’s Peter Parker may not be as powerful as other Spider-Man variants, but they have shown impressive feats and abilities. A battle between the two would be close, with Miles’ speed, agility, and the Venom Blast ability giving him an advantage. However, defeating Miguel O’Hara and the Spot could earn Miles the title of the most powerful Spider-Man.
Overall, “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” introduces various Spider-People from different dimensions, each with their own unique powers and abilities. Miguel O’Hara stands out as the most powerful Spider-Man in terms of leadership, gear, and strength. The Spot poses a significant threat as the most powerful villain with his ability to manipulate multiple dimensions. Miles Morales and the MCU’s Peter Parker may not be as powerful, but they have their own strengths that make them formidable opponents. The movie sets the stage for intense battles and showcases the vast power levels of the Spider-Verse characters.