Tinkerer (Marvel Comics)
The Tinkerer is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, he made his first appearance in The Amazing Spider- man #2 in 1963. He is generally depicted as a genius in engineering, who is able to create gadgets from nothing more than spare parts left over from ordinary household appliances.
About Tinkerer (Marvel Comics) in brief
The Tinkerer is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, usually as an adversary of the superhero Spider-Man. Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, he made his first appearance in The Amazing Spider- man #2 in 1963. He is generally depicted as a genius in engineering, who is able to create gadgets from nothing more than spare parts left over from ordinary household appliances. The character has made several appearances in media outside of comics, including television and video games. He made his cinematic debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe filmSpider-Man: Homecoming, portrayed by Michael Chernus. In July 1978, he would be mentioned in the publication as a supporting side character to the other villains. He has worked for Hammerhead, the Beetle, the Black Cat, the Jack O’Lantern, Owl, the Ani-Men, Jester, and the Constrictor. He was hired by the Kingpin to rebuild the Spider-Mobile to destroy Spider- Man. He also designed Rocket Racer’s rocket-powered skateboard, designed an armed wheel-shaped vehicle called the Big Wheel, and repaired the Goldbug’s bug-ship.
He robbed loan companies by using remote-controlled toys until stopped by Spider-man. He later worked for the Vulture interested in freeing Nitro from custody. This led to the heroic Trapster later being arrested for selling faulty equipment to the villains in the case against the Beetle. Tinkerers have also worked for Mad-Hulk, Boang, Ringer, Stilt-Man, Spymaster, Taskmaster and Taskmaster Taskmaster. He’s known to have created the suit for Mysterio, a man that once worked as one of his alien-suited servants, and even fixed Grizzly’s exo-skeleton harness and grizzly suit. In April 1963, he appeared in the first issue of The AmazingSpiderMan #2. He would, however, be several years before he would return, and make his second appearance in September 1976 in TheAmazing Spider-Woman #160. In September 1978, the Tinkeler would make his first mention in The Amazing SpiderMan #182. This became his first mentions in the magazine as a support character to other villains, as well as a side character. In the same issue, he was also mentioned as the owner of a fix-it shop disguised as a radio repair shop.