Uncle Ben

Benjamin Franklin Parker, usually called Uncle Ben, is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, usually in association with the superhero Spider-Man. He is the husband of May Parker and the paternal uncle and father figure of Peter Parker. Uncle Ben first appeared in ''Strange Tales'' #97 (June 1962), and was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko. He was modeled after American founding father Benjamin Franklin.

The character has been an essential part of Spider-Man's history, ever since the ''Amazing Fantasy'' #15 (August 1962). His death at the hands of a petty criminal, whom Spider-Man previously had the chance to apprehend, but chose not to, has been depicted in almost all versions of the hero's origin story, as the main factor that inspired Peter to become Spider-Man. Uncle Ben's quote, "With great power comes great responsibility", has become Spider-Man's iconic life motto.

The character has been substantially adapted from the comics into various forms of media, includind films, animated series, and video games. He was portrayed by Cliff Robertson in Sam Raimi's ''Spider-Man'' trilogy, and by Martin Sheen in the 2012 film, ''The Amazing Spider-Man''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1738
printed by T. Warren, for the author, at Mary-Bridge, Derby, and sold by the booksellers in London and the country

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1744
printed for J. Crokatt, next Garraway's Coffee-House in Exchange-Alley, Cornhill; and sold by M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1742
printed for the Society of booksellers for promoting learning, by purchasing manuscripts, copies, &c. design'd for the press; and sold by J. Crokatt, at their Office (the Black-Horse) near Fleet-Bridge, in Fleet-Street, and Messrs. Osborne and Smith, in Gray's-Inn

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1740
printed for the author, at Sir Isaac Newton's Head, the Corner of Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, next Great Turn-Stile, and T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, where may be had the Author's other Works

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1736
printed for the author at Mary-Bridge, Derbyshire; and may be had at T. Warren's Bookseller in Birmingham, at Mr. Stokes's Bookseller in Dudley, at Mr. Dudley Rocket's Bookseller Bradford, in Yorkshire; at Mr. James Hodgson's Bookseller in Halifax, Mr. Martin's Bookseller in Leicester, and Mr. Dicey's Printer in Northampton

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1743
printed for John Duncan, at Homer's Head in St. Martin's Court, the Upper-End of St. Martin's Lane, near Leicester Fields

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1735
printed for the author at Mary-Bridge, Derby; and may be had at Mr. J. Wilford's at the Three Flower-de-Luces behind the Chapter House, near St. Paul's; at the Cross-Keys Inn in Wood-Street, London; at Mr. Dicey's Printer in Northampton; at Mr. Simon Martin's Bookseller in Leicester, and at his shops in Loughborough and Hinckley; where may now be had also his First Volume of Philosophical Meditations, and his Longitude at Sea

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1745
printed for the author, and sold by E. Owen, at the Printing-Office near Chancery-Lane, Holborn

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1748
printed for W. Reeve, near Serjeant's-Inn, Fleet-Street

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1731
printed by A. Ayscough for S. Hodgkinson in, Derby, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster and at most seaport towns in England: also by Jer Roe, Bookseller in Derby

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1742
printed for J. Crokatt, at The Black Horse, in Fleet-Street

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1738
printed by T. Warren, for the author, at Mary-Bridge, Derby, and sold by the booksellers in London and the country

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1734
printed for the author at Mary-Bridge, Derby; and to be had at the Cross-Keys Inn in Wood-Street

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1745
printed for the author in Fulwood's Rents, Holborn; Benjamin Stichall, Bookbinder, in Blackmore-Street, Clare Market; and sold by R. Baldwin and J. Jefferies, near Stationers Hall. Where may be had a Third Edition of the Author's Philosophical Meditations

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1737
printed for the author at Mary-Bridge, Derby; and may be had at T. Warren's Bookseller in Birmingham, at Mr. Stokes's Bookseller in Dudley, Mr. Dudley Rocket's Bookseller at Bradford, in Yorkshire; at Mr. James Hodgson's Bookseller in Halifax, Mr. Martin's Bookseller in Leicester, and Mr. Dicey's printer in Northampton

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by Parker, Benjamin
Published 1744
printed for C. Corbett, at Addison's Head, over against St. Dunstan's Church, Fleetstreet; and T. Harris, at the Looking-Glass and Bible on London-Bridge

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by Bacheller, Samuel
Published 1758
Printed and sold by D. Fowle, at his printing-office
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