I don’t know, maybe I should check the dictionary. But for now, I’d like to make three guesses.
1. Peter Pan
2. Peter Griffin from Superboy
3. Peter Parker from Marvel’s The Amazing Spider-Man
I could do no better than to offer a few facts first:
1. Peter Parker is the first person to ever use an elongated form of his surname, and the original one from the 16th century.
It’s hard to believe that it has been over a century since Parker first went by his middle name, “Parker” until you remember that when I was growing up my grandfather used this form, which I found as odd by now.
2. Peter Parker was on top of the list of most well known characters by the time he started being referred to as Peter Parker.
He even beat out Peter the Great’s long running record, which includes “Peter” and “Pete”.
3. If Peter Parker had the same name as any other superhero, he would probably be considered an urban legend.
That’s no understatement. In just over half a century of existence, the character he now takes the name of has been written about almost 300 times, but has never been in an episode of the superhero TV show that he was based on.
So, we can’t just take my word for it. Here’s the rest of the list, courtesy of Wikipedia.
The Worst Ventriloquists of All Time
1. The Joker
2. Doctor Faustus
3. Count Dracula
4. Zorro and the Masked Rider
5. The Count of Monte Cristo
6. The Count of Monte Cristo as an actor
7. The Count of Monte Cristo as an actor with a famous stage name
8. Frank Miller on the origin of Batman
9. Tom Cruise on the origin of Batman
10. Tom Cruise as Batman
11. Star Wars: The Sith Lords
12. The Return of Darth Vader
13. The Return of Darth Vader as an actor
14. The Return of Darth Vader as a Star Wars Episode III Act III/IV fan
15. The Return of Darth Vader as an actor
16. The Return of Darth Vader as an actor with a famous stage name
17. Harry Potter as Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the
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