Trapster (Peter Petruski)

Peter Petruski

Religion: not determined yet

Name: Trapster

Alter Ego: Peter Petruski

Other Names: Paste Pot Pete; Trapster I

Classification: villain villain  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: (as Paste-Pot Pete) Strange Tales #104 (Jan. 1963); (as Trapster) Fantastic Four (vol. 1) #38 (May 1965): "Defeated by the Frightful Four!"

Creators: , Gene Moss (actor)

Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes

Number of Appearances: 176

   Comic Book Appearances: 170

   TV, Film Appearances: 6

Teams/Affiliations: Lethal Legion; The Frightful Four

Enemy of: The Fantastic Four

Birth Place: Gary, Indiana, USA

Race: white

Gender: male

The super-adhesive polymer known as "Adhesive X" was created by Baron Helmut Zemo. This polymer is best known as the substance used by Zemo's ally the Trapster.

Trapster (Peter Petruski)

This character is in the following 34 stories which have been indexed by this website:
The Amazing Spider-Man
Avengers: The Initiative #27 (Oct. 2009): "Even The Losers / The Taking of 42" (2-panel cameo)
Captain America
Captain America: The Legend #1 (Sep. 1996)
Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1 (Mar. 2007)
Civil War: War Crimes #1 (Feb. 2007)
Dark Reign Files #1 (Apr. 2009)
Daughters of the Dragon #3 (May 2006): "Capes, Lies & Microchips"
Fantastic Four
Fantastic Four: The World's Greatest Comics Magazine!
Hulk: Raging Thunder #1 (Aug. 2008): "Thundra at Dawn!"
Journey Into Mystery (vol. 1) #116 (May 1965): "The Trial of the Gods!"
Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) (photo/picture/video)
Marvel Knights Spider-Man #3 (Aug. 2004): "Down Among the Dead Men: Part Three" (mentioned)
Marvel Team-Up (vol. 1) #2 (May 1972): "And Spidey Makes Four!"
The New Avengers (vol. 2) #7 (Feb. 2011) (1-panel cameo)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #26 (July 1994): "Blood and Sand" (lead character)
Spider-Boy Team-Up #1 (June 1997): "Too Many Heroes -- Too Little Time" (character based on)
Spider-Man / The Incredible Hulk / Captain America / Spider-Woman (1981): "The Mystery of the Power Crown"
Strange Tales (vol. 1) #110 (July 1963): "The Wizard and Paste-Pot Pete!"

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