Funny Spiderman Quotes
With great power comes great responsibility. And the ability to stick to walls!
Spider-Sense tingling. Must be my enthusiasm for fighting supervillains!
You know you’re a superhero when you start preferring web-slinging to walking.
Being Spider-Man means never having to worry about finding a parking spot.
Spider-Man, the friendly neighborhood web slinger. And occasional pizza delivery guy.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. So, all you wannabe Spider-Men out there, keep flattering me!
We all have our own superpowers. Mine just happens to involve spiders and spandex.
Some people want to save the world. I just want to save Mary Jane from peril. And maybe score a kiss or two along the way.
When you have radioactive spider powers, a mild fear of spiders is an occupational hazard.
Being a superhero isn’t easy. There’s always some villain trying to rain on my parade. Or should I say, web on my parade?
Spidey-sense, activate! Wait, never mind, it’s just my phone vibrating.
When things get tough, I just remember Uncle Ben’s wise words: ‘With great power comes great responsibility… and extraordinary acrobatic skills.’
I may not have a fancy Batmobile or Iron Man suit, but I’ll take web-slinging any day. It’s like being your own personal rollercoaster.
I didn’t choose the spider life, the spider life chose me. And boy, was it a sticky situation!
Being Spider-Man means you’re always the life of the party. You’re never without a few extra limbs.
They say the suit makes the man, but in my case, the spider bite made the man… spider-like.
I may not be the strongest Avenger, but I can definitely hold my own in a web-slinging contest.
Just when you think you’ve fended off one supervillain, another one crawls out of the woodwork. Can a guy catch a break?
Thought I’d swing by and say hello. Or should I say, web-swing by?
They say the devil’s in the details, but in my case, it’s more like the web-slinger.
Spider sense is my superpower, but I still manage to trip over my own feet sometimes. It’s a work in progress.
I always thought spiderwebs were for catching insects, not for catching me as I swing through the city.
Being Spider-Man means always being prepared for a villain to burst through the door when you’re trying to have a peaceful night at home.
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But a web a day keeps the villains in play!
When I was bitten by that radioactive spider, little did I know it was the first step in becoming everyone’s favorite neighborhood superhero.
When you’re a superhero, a wall is just a suggestion for where you can go.
Sometimes I wish I could trade in my spider powers for the ability to swim like Aquaman. But then I remember, I can stick to walls. So, who needs swimming?
Spider-Man’s motto: ‘With great power comes an intense workout regimen.’
You know you’re a superhero when your Aunt May asks you to take out the trash and you have to explain that you’re saving the world. Again.
I don’t always save the day, but when I do, I make sure to strike a pose for the cameras.
When you wear spandex all day, every day, you really learn to appreciate the comfort of sweatpants.
Sometimes I feel like I have to keep my identity a secret just to protect my list of embarrassing moments as Peter Parker.
Who needs a jetpack or a teleportation device when you can just swing through the city like a web-slinging superhero?
Fighting crime can be exhausting, but at least I never have to worry about getting stuck in traffic.
Being Spider-Man means always having to come up with clever comebacks for villains. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it.
Sorry, ladies, I may be everyone’s favorite superhero, but I’m already caught in the web of love with Mary Jane.
Superheroes may save the world, but I have the power to save dinner plans with my web-slinging speed.
They say the suit makes the man, but in my case, it also makes everything more difficult when I need to use the bathroom.
Just when I think I’ve perfected my web-slinging technique, a bird flies by and reminds me that I’m still a work in progress.
Being a superhero is all about finding the balance between saving the world and keeping your hair on point. Let’s just say, it’s a web of challenges.
With great power comes great responsibility… and the ability to reach the top shelf without a step stool.
When you’re a superhero, your calendar is filled with the usual responsibilities: stopping crime, saving the world, and remembering to buy milk on the way home.
They say cats always land on their feet, but as a spider-themed superhero, I’m more concerned with not landing on my face.
Spider-Sense, don’t fail me now. I have a date with destiny and a villain to defeat… hopefully in time to catch the latest episode of my favorite TV show.
Being a superhero may not come with a 401(k) plan or dental benefits, but it does come with a built-in sense of purpose… and a cool costume.
Sometimes I wish my spider powers included the ability to shoot web out of my ears. That would really catch villains by surprise.
They say a hero is only as good as their theme song. Luckily, I have a catchy little tune that plays every time I swing into action.
Crime-fighting may be my day job, but I’m also an expert at juggling schoolwork and trying to get my crush to notice me.
When you’re a superhero, you learn to appreciate the little things, like a cool breeze while swinging through the city or a perfectly timed one-liner.
Spider-Man, the superhero who can’t resist a good pun. I guess you could say I have a web of jokes up my sleeve!