Not very much is known about Gwendolyne "Gwen" Stacy's youth. She always looked up to him greatly. Although not much is known about Gwen's mother, it is known she had died when she was very young. She went to Standard High School during her teenage years. In high school, Gwen was known as the "beauty queen", because of her looks. She however never became vain because of it. Gwen kept getting good grades, good enough to, after her high school graduation, enroll into Empire State University. Gwen stayed constant throughout her run in the comics. It wasn't until much later that it was discovered that she had been untrue to Peter with Norman Osborn.
She was created by Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez. The character debuted in Edge of Spider-Verse issue 2 as part of the —15 " Spider-Verse " comic book storyline, leading to the ongoing series Spider-Gwen that began in She lives on Earth , where Gwen Stacy is bitten by a radioactive spider and becomes a superheroine instead of Peter Parker becoming Spider-Man.
Gwendolyne Maxine Stacy  is a fictional character who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , usually as a supporting character in those featuring Spider-Man. A college student, she was a romantic interest for Peter Parker before she was murdered by the Green Goblin Norman Osborn. Her death has haunted Peter ever since, and stories published long afterwards indicates she still holds a special place in his heart.
Following her mother's death, she was raised by George alone. Gwen's free spirit and artistic inclinations often put her at odds with the type of ethics her father worked to instill. As a result of this contrast with her father, Gwen would often retreat into quiet seclusion and play the drums. Over time, she developed a friendship with her neighbor and fellow introvert Peter Parker , sharing their love for music. After being bitten by a genetically-engineered spider , Gwen was granted arachnid-like super-powers, and started a career as a crimefighter, dubbed by the media as "Spider-Woman. Gwen spent most of her early adventures focused on exploiting and maintaining her newfound attention more than helping those in need; however, Gwen's behavior changed after her father expressed he believed Spider-Woman could easily help people. Spider-Woman's influence also caused one of the biggest tragedies in Gwen's life. The bullied Peter Parker, desperate to be special like his idol Spider-Woman, conducted an experiment that turned him into a Lizard-like creature.