With great power comes a whole bunch of creepy dudes who make Peter Parker’s life totally miserable.

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Which Spider-Man Villain Are You?

  1. You got: The Lizard

    You’re a smart person and a generally upstanding citizen, but you have a dark side that sometimes gets in the way of all the good you do.

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  2. You got: Kraven the Hunter

    You live for adventure, and are constantly looking for a new thrill. That’s cool, but sometimes you take it a bit too far.

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  3. You got: Sandman

    You’re hard-working and unpretentious, but sometimes make unethical decisions when you feel like you’re not getting what you need.

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  4. You got: Electro

    You’re the kind of person who sometimes randomly lucks into great things, but you don’t take it for granted. You make the most of every opportunity you get.

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  5. You got: Hobgoblin

    You really enjoy the freedom that comes along with anonymity, and sometimes abuse that. You’re a very private person, and tend to be very secretive.

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  6. You got: Carnage

    You’re kind of a maniac, and don’t care if following your whims ends up hurting other people. You’re very scary, to be honest.

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  7. You got: Green Goblin

    You’re extremely ambitious and enjoy being in positions of influence, but sometimes give in to the inevitable temptations that come with power.

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  8. You got: Venom

    You have a tendency to get very attached to the people you care about, which can be cool, but can lead to a really bad scene if you ever get rejected.

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  9. You got: Doctor Octopus

    You’re very intelligent and you genuinely want to help other people, but get extremely frustrated when people don’t show you enough respect or credit you for your achievement.

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“I’ll end your plan to trap young people in ignorance, destroying their lives, and threatening their children’s existence!”

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In 1976, Marvel Comics teamed up with Planned Parenthood and published a special issue of Spider-Man. The reproductive health organization used a classic superhero plot to address the issue of comprehensive sex education, focusing on teen pregnancy, that is clearly reflective of its time period.

Richard Graham, an Associate Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, told BuzzFeed in an e-mail that it isn’t out of the ordinary for Marvel to produce a promotional comics, but “The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Prodigy” seems different from others. “This is a little out-of-the norm for Marvel,” Graham explained. “The artwork is done by a respectable artist Ross Andru, which already sets apart from most PSAs, since these tend to be done on a bidding basis, with the lowest bid getting the contract. Marvel seems to have gone all out for this comic in terms of the talent.”

While there doesn’t seem to be another joint project from these two organizations, it looks like this wasn’t the only time Planned Parenthood used comics as a tool to educate people about safe sex and contraception. In 1956, Planned Parenthood also released a comic about a couple’s relationship saved by birth control.

3. “The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Prodigy” is about an evil alien who tries to teach high schoolers wrong information about having safe sex.

"The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Prodigy" is about an evil alien who tries to teach high schoolers wrong information about having safe sex.

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4. Prodigy uses “vocal persuasion” as a tool to teach these teens to have unprotected sex.

Prodigy uses "vocal persuasion" as a tool to teach these teens to have unprotected sex.

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5. Apparently, it’s all a part of a grand scheme to bring a bunch of children to Prodigy’s home planet of Intellectia and use them as laborers.

Apparently, it's all a part of a grand scheme to bring a bunch of children to Prodigy's home planet of Intellectia and use them as laborers.

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6. “Heh, heh. That should do it,” the evil villain says into a mirror. “A few more hours and I should have the youth of this country well under control.”

"Heh, heh. That should do it," the evil villain says into a mirror. "A few more hours and I should have the youth of this country well under control."

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7. “They’ll have babies right and left, from ignorance, just as I planned for my giant baby snatch.”

"They'll have babies right and left, from ignorance, just as I planned for my giant baby snatch."

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8. But Prodigy didn’t realize Spider-Man was on the case.

But Prodigy didn't realize Spider-Man was on the case.

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9. Spider-Man arrived outside the classroom window just when Prodigy was telling a group of high schoolers to have unprotected sex, and lots of it.

Spider-Man arrived outside the classroom window just when Prodigy was telling a group of high schoolers to have unprotected sex, and lots of it.

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10. “Pregnancy’s good for you — helps your hormones,” the villain said. “Even cures up acne, and the best time to have babies is when you’re going enough to tell yourself to enjoy them.”

"Pregnancy's good for you — helps your hormones," the villain said. "Even cures up acne, and the best time to have babies is when you're going enough to tell yourself to enjoy them."

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11. After listening in, Spider-Man had enough, “Good grief, I see it all now! This guy’s plan is to keep kids from getting facts. They probably don’t even know that getting pregnant at their age is risky for mothers and babies.”

After listening in, Spider-Man had enough, "Good grief, I see it all now! This guy's plan is to keep kids from getting facts. They probably don't even know that getting pregnant at their age is risky for mothers and babies."

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12. “…I’m going to tell young people about the glorious, carefree life they’re welcome to share in my utopian retreats all over the country,” Prodigy thought to himself.

"...I'm going to tell young people about the glorious, carefree life they're welcome to share in my utopian retreats all over the country," Prodigy thought to himself.

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13. Then BLAMO!

Then BLAMO!

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14. Luckily for sexually active high schoolers everywhere, Spider-Man saved the day.

Luckily for sexually active high schoolers everywhere, Spider-Man saved the day.

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15. Teenagers learned they could, in fact, have safe sex without getting pregnant.

Teenagers learned they could, in fact, have safe sex without getting pregnant.

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16. “I’ll end your plan to trap young people in ignorance, destroying their lives, and threatening their children’s existence,” Spider-Man told the villain. “You can’t make make kids your robots.”

"I'll end your plan to trap young people in ignorance, destroying their lives, and threatening their children's existence," Spider-Man told the villain. "You can't make make kids your robots."

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17. And all was well.

And all was well.

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h/t Retronaut.com

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