Every version of Spider-Man has courage and strength, along with some clever one-liners. Each iteration takes responsibility for their powers in their own unique way, and host a mental fortitude many heroes do not always face head-on. Some may be more popular, but there's always room for amazing feats and spectacular accomplishments in the Spider-Verse.
Earth-96283 is the universe that houses the Spider-Man trilogy created by Sam Raimi. Tobey Maguire's version of Peter Parker returned in Spider-Man: No Way Home, creating one of the most impactful moments in comic book movies.
One of Peter's greatest feats was holding off an angrier, younger, and more naive Peter Parker. Traditionally, Spider-Men can move 20 tons, and if Tom Holland's Parker was putting his rage into the attack, this involved a great amount strength to hold off. Not only did Tobey's Peter survive being stabbed, but he served as a beacon of hope and a better example for Earth-199999's Spider-Man. NEXT: 10 Mistakes That Still Haunt Spider-Man & Mary Jane's Relationship