The 10 Best Spider-Man Audiobooks of All Time(2022) 

Spider-Man Audiobooks

Over the last many years, Spider-Man has made a lot of different appearances in the universe of Marvel comics. Depending on the author, the superhero has changed a lot, but one thing that is constant the whole time was the character’s commitment to using his powers responsibly. 

We bring to you the list of best audiobooks on Spider-Man so that you can listen to your favorite superhero’s stories anytime and anywhere. 

What is so different about Spider-Man? 

Spider-Man brought something completely different when Marvel first launched the superhero. His character was not an alien, brilliant industrialist, super soldier, or a scientific genius like the other famous superheroes. He was an ordinary guy, a high-school student, a nerd who got his superpowers when a radioactive spider bites him. Hence, all his adventures and entire life is completely different from other superheroes. 

Best Spider-Man Audiobooks

  1. Spider-Man: The Venom Factor

Spider-Man: The Venom Factor

This is the audio version of the first Marvel book on Spider-Man that was published in 1994. The Venom Factor audiobook is written by Diane Duane and narrated by Jack Meloche. This is one of the best audiobooks on fantasy and superheroes that you can listen to. 

The adventure begins in a Manhattan warehouse where an innocent man has been murdered. Venom, who is obsessed with Spider-Man’s destruction, is behind all these crimes. On the other side, one of Spider-Man’s nastiest foes, the specter of the Hobgoblin, got hold of a deadly secret that may cause New York’s destruction. Now Spider-Man has to save the city from the two of his deadliest enemies. 

Best about this audiobook

The author has done an amazing job writing this Spider-Man story. If you are a fan of Venom stories, then this audiobook is perfect for you. Dialogue delivery is great, the plot of the story runs fast, and there is a ton of action that you can’t miss. 

This was my first introduction to Marvel audiobooks, and Diane did not disappoint me. She has written the best Spider-Man book ever. Her characterization of the superheroes and the villains is well-written.


  1. Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming

A great audiobook for children, Spider-Man: Homecoming is the best in the superhero action genre. It is written by Marvel Press and narrated by MacLeod Andrews. It is based on a blockbuster Spiderman movie. 

In the story, Peter Parker is having the greatest experience of his life and that is helping Tony Stark aka Iron Man in the Avengers’ Civil War. Although he has joined the team of Avengers full-time, his responsibilities at school and homemaking it a little tough for him. 

Best about this audiobook

This audiobook is well-written and I enjoyed listening to it. All the characters are great and narrated in an amazing way.

I loved listening to this Spider-Man audiobook. Since childhood, Spiderman was my favorite superhero and now I am an adult and still, I love hearing his stories.


  1. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Hostile Takeover

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Hostile Takeover

There is a new threat, a deadly doppelganger in the city with Spider-Man’s suit and abilities and he is creating havoc on the streets. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Hostile Takeover is one of the best superhero audiobooks any fantasy lover can listen to. The story is written by David Liss and read by Pete Cross.

Peter Parker, working in a cutting-edge laboratory as a young scientist, finds it very difficult with the responsibility of being a crime-fighting Spider-Man. Now, when the Kingpin of Crime, Wilson Fisk has returned to the city, Spider-Man must uncover his scheme, which otherwise executed can make the crime lord too big to destroy.

Best about this audiobook

This audiobook has a great Spider-Man story to listen to. All the characters are well-written and the narrator has done a good job in bringing life to all of them.

One thing that I really liked in this story is that it is not written completely from Spider-Man’s point of view. There are a few chapters that are written from Fisk’s point of view.


  1. Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours

Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours

Coming from the New York Times Bestseller Author, Jim Butcher, Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours audiobook is read by narrator Jack Meloche. The story starts with Peter Parker living a peaceful life with his wife Mary Jane and his job as a high-school science teacher. But it won’t last as this is the life of Spider-Man.

An old enemy of Spider-Man, the Rhino is back creating havoc in Times Square. While stopping the destructive villain, he unexpectedly meets the Black Cat, a former friend, and an old flame. Now, when Spider-Man gets to know that the Rhino is just a distraction and the real threat is a group of Ancients, also called Morlun, he has to take support from Black Cat to protect the city.  

Best about this audiobook

It was fun to listen to this Spider-Man audiobook. Jim Butcher has done an excellent job in writing this engaging and thrilling story. 

Butcher has made Spider-Man sparkle in this story. Jack’s narration has brought all the characters to life. Listening to the audiobook felt like I was really living the story.


  1. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales- Wings of Fury

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales- Wings of Fury

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the best fantasy audiobooks to listen to if you are a fan of superhero stories. The story is written by Brittney Morris and narrated by Jesus E. Martinez. 

The story is about Miles Morales who has a lot going on in his life, dealing with the loss of his father and gaining superpowers. After a conflict with the law, a question arises in his mind: what it means to be a superhero when people find it very easy to believe the worst of you. It is time for Miles to decide what type of Spider-Man he wants to be with his new abilities. 

Best about this audiobook

I loved how this audiobook has created a completely different universe for fantasy lovers. The story feels organic and very engaging. 

The development of the characters is amazing and the narration by Jesus E. Martinez is just incredible. 


  1. Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt

Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt

Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt is one of the best Marvel audiobooks for children. This is the best audiobook in the genre of superhero fantasy. The story is written by Neil Kleid and narrated by Richard Rohan. Presented by Marvel, this is the perfect audiobook if you are a fan of Spider-Man. 

Kraven the Hunter is on an obsessive quest to hunt Spider-Man, who he considers the city’s greatest prey. He was born to a rarified breed of Russian aristocracy and had killed every animal known to man. Krave considers himself as the world’s best big-game hunter but his target has eluded him again and again, mocking him at every point. But now, Kraven has come again with the one last plan to defeat Spider-Man.

Best about this audiobook

I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook on Spider-Man. The author has put an excellent imagination in creating a character like Kraven.

An epic story on Spider-Man, the story is thrilling and engaging at the same time. The narrator has done a great job in voicing the characters.


  1. The Ultimate Spider-Man

The Ultimate Spider-Man

The Ultimate Spider-Man is one of the best superhero fiction audiobooks that you can get for your children. Stan Lee has written the story and it is read by Thom Rivera. This is an exciting anthology with original stories featuring one of the world’s most enduring superheroes. 

The audiobook starts with the story of Tom De Haven and Dean Wesley Smith’s look at Spider-Man’s career. It also has an engaging story of a dying reporter who wants his last story to be published about the revelation of Spider-Man’s true identity. 

Best about this audiobook

This is an excellent anthology of Spider-Man stories. I enjoyed listening to this audiobook while commuting to and from the office.

The audio version of the Spider-Man stories is a great opportunity for working professionals like me who do not get spare time to read the stories. I just put on my headphones and listen to these fantasy stories while working.


  1. Spider-Man 2

Spider-Man 2

Spider-Man 2 presents one of the amazing adventures of one of the greatest superheroes of all time. This story is written by author Peter David and read by Matt Walton. The story is about all the struggles Peter Parker is facing while struggling to cope with the demands of life as a college student, a newspaper photographer, and a crime-fighting hero.

After two years since Peter Parker has become Spider-Man, he is getting condemned by the press, forced to give up the love of his life, and tormented by all the secrets that he cannot reveal to anyone. In all these difficulties, enters the archfiend Doc Ock who is armed with a lethal weapon that is powerful enough to destroy the city. Now, Spider-Man has to choose between the lives of his closest ones and the safety of the city. 

Best about this audiobook

I just could not stop until the very end of the story. Peter David has done an amazing job in spinning a web of stories that are gripping. 

I enjoyed every minute of listening to the Spider-Man story. There are tons of action and thrilling scenes that grasp you until the very end.


  1. Spider-Man: Down These Mean Streets

Spider-Man: Down These Mean Streets

Spider-Man: Down These Mean Streets is the best audiobook for children and adults who are fans of superhero stories packed with action. Keith RA DeCandido is the author of the story and it is read by Tara Sands. Keith has done an amazing job in this story, staying true to the basic nature of Peter Parker as Spiderman. The story is about how the responsibilities of a superhero come in conflict with those of his alter ego. 

There is a brand-new drug named Triple X in New York City which is a potentially lethal combination of ecstasy and gamma radiation. This drug is turning users into living rampaging nightmares. One of the arachnid’s most fearsome enemies might be behind all of this to bring the city and Spider-Man to defeat. 

Best about this audiobook

I loved this audiobook as the quintessential nature of the character has not changed in this story. The author has brilliantly included the realistic agenda of drug dealing in the story.

This was a well-crafted and character-oriented story with a brilliant plot.


  1.  Spider-Man: Wanted: Dead or Alive

Spider-Man: Wanted: Dead or Alive

Listen to Spider-Man: Wanted: Dead or Alive audiobook if you are into superhero fantasy stories. The author Craig Shaw Gardner and narrator Tim Paige have made the story engaging, entertaining, and thrilling to listen to. 

The story starts with Brian Timilty who is running for mayor on an anti-superhero ticket. Spider-Man is his biggest target, but Tyler Stewart who is a wealthy businessman is just using Timilty as his pawn for taking over New York’s mob. For this, he hires two of the deadliest enemies of Spider-Man, Electro and the Rhino. Spider-Man is forced into hiding after Stewart frames him in a murder. 

Best about this audiobook

This is the best action and adventure audiobook I have ever listened to. It had my attention since the start only.  The story is so brilliantly written that it keeps your heart racing.

You will not stop listening to the story once you start as it is so engaging and thrilling. The narrator’s voice has so many variations that each of the characters sounds distinct and realistic. 


Conclusion

Spider-Man has been the favorite superhero of many people, irrespective of the fact that they are kids or adults. In today’s busy schedules, it has become very difficult for both the kids and adults to take out spare time to read their favorite superhero stories. Audiobooks give the best opportunities to people who love to read stories but do not get enough time. Now you can just listen to your favorite Spider-Man stories while doing your work.  

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