|“||It is time to get shocked Spider-Man!||„|
|~ Shocker to Spider-Man|
Shocker is a supervillain in the Spider-Man comic book series.
While in jail, the professional criminal Herman Schultz created a pair of shockwave-producing gauntlets and a padded suit to protect himself. He could now create powerful air-vibrations to smash down walls or blast enemies away. Shocker has joined the Sinister Seven and the Masters of Evil on different occasions.
He also joined the Thunderbolts for a short time, contemplating on giving up his criminal life, but has since left them and stayed a villain, joining the Villains for Hire. It is possible that Shocker has the potential to be a hero, but has shown a lack of self-esteem. He is a pragmatic criminal and only commits crimes and does evil acts if they are practical and beneficial at the time.
Despite being a relatively minor Spider-Man villain, Shocker has become more popular and has made many appearances in Spider-Man media, one of the most recent being The Spectacular Spider-Man TV series, in which his identity was changed from Herman Schultz to Jackson Brice aka Montana of the Enforcers.
Marvel Cinematic Universe
Herman Schultz, aka Shocker, is expected to make his live-action debut as the secondary antagonist of Spider-Man: Homecoming, portrayed by actor Bokeem Woodbine. Here, he is depicted as a professional criminal equipped with laser weapons working for Vulture, but then, it is presumed that he would be equipped with his suit.
In every comic or TV Series of Spider-Man, Schultz is a very wrathful man because of the reason that he doesn't like that things aren't going by his will.
Besides, he is also a dark, cold, violent and very ruthless and cruel man with a great desire of killing Spider-Man and mostly enjoys from wreaking destruction and havoc using his gloves. He is also highly intelligent, sophisticated and smart, with amazing skills of mastery at engineer and science as he invented his suit and gloves.