Miles Morales comes across the long-dead Peter Parker. This Peter Parker is not from his world though; he's from somewhere else in the multiverse. With Parker's guidance, Miles will become Spider-Man: and through that he will become part of the ever-expanding 'Spider-Verse'.Written by
In the first trailer, the Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation and Marvel logos are colored dark red and set against a black background. The red/black color scheme is from Miles Morales' Spider-Man suit.
In the second and third trailers, the logos are colored red and blue, Spider-Man's traditional colors. See more »
With a very likable new hero, style oozing from every frame, and a comic book weirdness that might only work in animation, Into the Spider-Verse is a fresh take on the Spider-Man franchise that is very welcome. Heavy on humor, action, heart, a pack of both heroes and villains... there are a lot of moving pieces here that very easily could've not worked. I'm glad to say that it all comes together in the end for a very enjoyable adventure. You can feel the Lord/Miller voice with some of the meta humor similar to The LEGO Movie, but it is definitely doing its own thing and really felt cohesive/unique. If you think you are interested in this movie, I'm fairly certain you will enjoy it.
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