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Net Prophet
Real Name: John Tensen
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Bio:
Focusing on Spider-Man 2099 issues 12-14 (October-December 1993), writer Peter David and penciled by Rick Leonardi (Issues 12 & 13)/Tom Grindberg (Issue 14) introduce the dimensional refugee called “Net Prophet” to the world of 2099. The story begins when a commandeered Alchemax project known as “The Virtual Unreality Program,” succeeds in recreating “some of the forgotten work of Reed Richards” and brings “Proph” to 2099.

The Net Prophet’s arrival is hardly a coincidence and seems to be part of much larger machinations by the story arcs’ antagonist (Thanatos) who incapacitates Proph and propels Spider-man 2099 and himself into the Interspace dimension (described as “a place one stop removed from the nexus of all realities.”) wherein the latter true power is revealed.

However, with the timely manifestation of Proph’s psionic abilities, he comes to the aid of Spider-Man who in turn assists Net Prophet in his rehabilitation and initial acculturation to the present period.

Notes:


First Appearance: Justice (1986) #1

Other Identities:
Justice (New Universe)

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Issue Appearances:
Hämähäkkimies / Spider-Man -spesiaali (1983)
Spider-Man 2099 (1992)
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2007)

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