May Porker was a slightly isane (if not goofy) animal scientist and inventor. In her first appearance, May Porker claimed she invented a hair drier that would "revolutionize the hair-care industry." After testing her invention, the test back-fired and caused her to go into a fit of delusion. During her fit of delusion, she bit Peter, the spider that lived in the basement. This event would ultimately draw the beginning of Spider-Ham, who took May's last name as his own in homage to her for "creating" him.
May Porker in the Spectacular Spider-Ham Comics Edit
After the famous What The--?! comic, May Porker was brought back into the Spider-Ham universe in the Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham Comics. During this time-line, May has broken out of her delusion fit. But her fit causes her to believe that she is Spider-Ham's loving aunt, mirroring Aunt May from Spider-Man. Although May Porker dosen't appear as much in the series, she is known as one of the supporting characters of the series, once appearing in Spider-Man Family #1 (alongside other Spider-Ham characters).
Parody Of . . .Edit
May Parker, although their relationship to the hero is different from each verion. In the Spider-Man comics, May Parker is Spider-Man's real aunt. In the Spider-Ham comics, May Porker believes that she is Spider-Ham's loving aunt. It is revealed the "Mayday" is May Porker's middle name, mirroring her failure on an invention that caused the creation of Spider-Ham.
May Porker has appeared in a minumum of four comics:
- What The--?! #24
- Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham Comics #1
- Spider-Man Family #1-4
- Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special #1