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Brief History

The Living Brain is a robot that was an enemy of Spider-Man. By feeding the Living Brain all the available facts about Spider-Man, it might have been able to find out his secret identity.

It was created by I.C.M. (International Computing Machines Corporation) and was exhibited at Peter Parker's high school. It was supposed to be the greatest computing machine ever built. It could answer any question which is fed to it, basing its answer on the vast storehouse of information which it possesses. Unlike a human brain, it never forgets a thing. Two technicians tried to steal it and use it to figure out horse race winners, elections, etc. When Mr. Petty of I.C.M. tries to stop them, one of the technicians bumps the control panel and the robot went on a rampage. Spider-Man was able to stop it by readjusting the Living Brain's controls and deactivating it.

Spider-Man later battled the Brain again, when a nerd sent it on a rampage to nail a bully.

Later, the Superior Spider-Man comes to blows with the Living Brain, as its being used by a new Sinister Six lead by Boomerang. Despite having a Tri-Titanium shell, Spider-Man is able to beat it by leading one of Boomerang's exploding boomerangs into it. Following this, he has it delivered to Horizon Labs, where its reprogrammed to serve as his new lab assistant.

Powers

  • Super strength (was able to analyze the strength of Spider-Man's webbing, deciding how much pressure to apply, and then plowing right through it)
  • Contains more knowledge than any other brain on earth, human or mechanical.
  • Thinks so fast it was able to second-guess Spider-Man's actions.

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