|Appeared in||Spider-Man: Homecoming|
Abraham Brown was part of Midtown School of Science and Technology's decathlon team. Whilst practicing in a mock sitting of the decathlon, Abe, partnered with Cindy Moon, correctly answered the heaviest naturally occurring element after Charles Murphy messed up his answer by naming the lightest. Abe questioned why Peter wouldn't be joining the team in Washington. Once Flash was subbed in for Peter he joked that he had a hot date with Black Widow to which Abe chimed in on his bell and stated it was a false statement, then being scolded by Mr. Harrington for using the bell for comedic purposes.
Abe went with the decathlon team to Washington, D.C. and sneaked out of his room to go late night swimming with the rest of the team the night before the decathlon. The following day, Midtown School's team won the decathlon thanks to Michelle Jones. Roger Harrington took the team to the Washington Monument as a reward for winning. Whilst travelling in the elevator, the Chitauri Energy Core that Ned had in his backpack emitted a wave on energy which severely damaged the carriage. Spider-Man intervened and rescued Abe and the other kids.
After the homecoming dance, Mr. Harrington gathered the decathlon team and congratulated them again for winning and appointed Michelle Jones the head of the team in Liz's absence.
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Behind the scenes
- Abraham Attah shares the same first name with his character.
- In the comics, Abe Brown is a member of the Sons of the Tiger, a group of martial artists, and a vigilante under the codename of Black Tiger and is also the brother of Hobie Brown, a former enemy of Spider-Man.