In the year 2099, corporations rule the Earth, law enforcement watches everything you do, and cracked.com has been outlawed. From this atmosphere, a hero arises. (And no, it isn't Michael Swaim.)
The world of 2099 is a corporate-run totalitarian state--like Blade Runner, but without the Vangelis soundtrack. One of the largest corporations is Alchemax. And at this company works the insanely brilliant geneticist Miguel O'Hara. His main focus is the "Corporate Raider" program: devising/constructing a super-human who can invade other corporations and fuck their shit up sideways. One idea for such a raider: Spider-Man. He figures out how to merge the DNA of a human and a spider. But in a twist of fate that every comic book reader could see coming from a mile away, he ends up being subjected to the gene-splicing, and ends up with the very spider powers he tried to design.
Miguel takes stock of his kickass powers.
Those powers/modifications include: talons (for clinging to walls), fangs (which can release a toxin that temporarily paralyzes whoever gets bit), accelerated vision, organic web spinnerets, and the proportionate nipples of a spider.
This super-power is not officially endorsed by the Marvel Comics Group.
As a result of the gene-splicing, the half-Mexican, half-Irish Miguel O'Hara becomes half man, half spider. The specific breakdown turns out to be 12 % Mexican Man, 34 % Irish Man, 37 % Mexican Spider, 15 % Irish Spider, and 2 % high-fructose corn syrup.