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The Rose is a Marvel supervillain and an enemy of Spider-Man. There have been three different versions of the Rose; Richard Fisk, Sergeant Blume, and Jacob Conover.
Richard Fisk, also known as The Schemer, The Rose, and Blood Rose, is a crime lord and the son of Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin, and is an enemy of Spider-Man and Daredevil.
When he was young, Richard tried hard to make his parents proud of him, and went to college in Switzerland, keeping his mind and body strong to impress his peers. When he found out that his father had become New York's Kingpin of crime, Richard faked his death, appearing later as the Schemer in an attempt to dethrone his father and take his power. Richard was successful, and sent the Kingpin into a coma.
After battling Spider-Man, Richard had a change of heart towards his father and joined the terrorist organization HYDRA, in hopes that he could use their resources to find a cure. He rose through the ranks to become the Supreme Hydra, and cured his father. The Fisk family then took over a section of HYDRA, but found out that they were beings used by the Red Skull and were forced to team up with Captain America to defeat him.
Later, Richard went into hiding and took on the secret identity of the Rose, and several times came into conflict with Spider-Man and Daredevil. After awhile, he tried again to assassinate his father as Blood Rose, but failed. When his mother Vanessa found out, she killed her son in anger, but soon regreted it and died of sorrow.
Sergeant BlumeSergent Blume was one of them enemies that took the alias as the Rose.
Jacob Conover is the third enemy that took the alias as the Rose.
Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Richard Fisk appeared in Spider-Man the Animated Series, where he was a sometimes-ally and sometimes-rival to his father.