"Now I'm here in space."
"Yeah. Right where I didn't want you to be. This isn't Coney Island."
Spider-Man and Iron Man[src]

Coney Island is an amusement park in New York City, New York.


Rogers and Barnes' Trip

"Remember when I made you ride the Cyclone on Coney Island?"
"Yeah, and I threw up."
Bucky Barnes and Steve Rogers[src]

Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes visited Coney Island sometime before Barnes enlisted in the United States Armed Forces. During their visit, Barnes made Rogers ride the Cyclone, a roller coaster, where Rogers got sick and vomited.[1]

Jerome Zandow's Sideshow

"Jerome Zandow. He had an act in a sideshow at Coney Island."
Jack Thompson[src]

Jerome Zandow usually performed as the Strong-Man in a sideshow at Coney Island. However, he took advantage of his great strength to become a muscle for hire in criminal activities.[2]

Alvarez and Jones' Trip

"You remember that time? Coney Island? When we stole them hot dogs."
"Almost got away with it, too."
"Your mama beat your ass. Why didn't you tell her it was my idea?"
Shades and Comanche[src]

Hernan Alvarez and Darius Jones visited Coney Island sometime in their youth. During their visit, Alvarez and Jones stole hot dogs but were caught. Janis Jones punished her son, who had refused to tell her that theft was Alvarez's idea.[3]

Showdown with Vulture

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Vulture attempts to destroy Spider-Man

After the cargo plane transporting weaponry from the Avengers Tower to the New Avengers Facility was sabotaged and crashed landed at the shore of Coney Island, Vulture engaged in a fight with Spider-Man, besting the young hero and only sparing his life to carry off a crate of miniaturized Arc Reactors. Due to the unstable nature of the Chitauri power core when exposed to radiation from the Arc Reactors, Vulture's exo-suit wings exploded, although Spider-Man pulled him out of the blaze and debris, saving his life.

Spider-Man then webbed up Vulture and the surviving cargo and left a note for the authorities to find, apologizing for the destruction of the plane. As Happy Hogan and Damage Control arrived to evaluate the mess, Spider-Man observed them in secret from the top of the Cyclone roller coaster.[4]

Controversial Reopening

In the aftermath of Spider-Man's fight against the Vulture, Coney Island was closed down for refurbishment. Upon its reopening eight years later, J. Jonah Jameson from The Daily Bugle criticized the New York City Police Department for choosing to blame Adrian Toomes for the disaster instead of Spider-Man, who had been recently exposed by Mysterio a week ago.[5]


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