|Real Name||Kamea Kekoa|
|Current Alias||Blind Spider|
|Base of Operations||Hawai'i, USA|
|Occupation||Vigilante, agent of The W.E.B.|
|Education||High school graduate|
|Unusual Features||2 additional arms, completely blind|
|Place of Birth||Kaua'i, Hawai'i, USA|
Background & History
Kamea Kekoa was already a famous underdog boxer, before he mutated and become soon one of Hawaiis most popular superheroes and and eventually was recruited by the covert network known as "The W.E.B. Foundation", which provides financial, logistical and technological support to spider-themed heroes all over the world.
Personality & Character Traits
Powers & Abilities
- "Spider-Radar" making up for his blindness. This extra "sense" offers him near complete awareness of his surroundings and a very close analogue of three-dimensional three hundred and sixty degree human sight. In conjunction with his reflexes, this allows him to instinctively dodge or counter nearly all attacks
- superhuman senses: his remaining senses of hearing, taste, smell, touch and balance are extremely heightened
- 2 additional human arms
- 2 additonal, retractable and maneuverable "spider-legs" made of bones that are naturally sharp and tougher than normal human bone, and are housed beneath the skin and muscle of his lower torso.
- superhuman strength and stamina
- enhanced spee, agility and reflexes
- Highly skilled boxer and extensively trained martial arts master
- Blindness: Kamea is blind. While his superhuman senses help him overcome this, it becomes a problem for him to navigate and fight when his heightened senses are overwhelmed, scrambled, or otherwise cannot detect anything.
- Sensory Overload: His superhuman senses render him extraordinarily vulnerable to excessive noises and smells, which can temporarily weaken him.
Notes / Trivia
Kamea means "the one and only".
Kekoa means “the warrior”
The Kauaʻi cave wolf spider (Adelocosa anops, the only species in the genus Adelocosa), also known to local residents as the "blind spider", is only known to occur in a few caves in a lava flow with an area of 10.5 km2 (4.1 sq mi) in the Kōloa–Poʻipū region of Kauaʻi, Hawaiian Islands, and only six populations are known to exist. While their nearest surface-dwelling relatives have large eyes, this species has completely lost its eyes.