• Mar. Nov 30th, 2021

    Spiderman into the spider verse 2


    Nov 4, 2021
    Spiderman into the spider verse 2


    Were there any other repercussions when the Collider exploded? Was there a rip in time and space? Did it bring more multiversal threats to arrive? Does it have a negative effect on Miles’ world in general? Only time will tell.

    All told, we had about six Spider-Men in the film; eight if you count Spider-Man 2099 and the 1960s Spider-Man who appeared in the post-credits scene. Of course, since the fledgling franchise is all about multiversal Spider-Men, it’s not really the question of who could potentially be there.

    As adorable as the character’s ensemble is, the question is whether or not they’ll be back. This is because they are so lovable that many fans would love to see them back and it would make the transition to the sequel more seamless. However, it could also limit the writers from writing new ideas and dynamics.

    By the end of the film, the relationship between these two was clearly blossoming and developing, closing with a platonic goodbye and a possible reunion just before the credits rolled. That said, since they will most likely return for a sequel, it’s not surprising that viewers will wonder if their relationship will develop into a full-blown romance.


    It all starts with the chronological storm of The Superior Spider-Man #19, when Otto was stabilizing him at Horizon Lab’s, but reveals that it failed as Tiberius Stone sabotaged the machine to explode and take Horizon. This is what happened to Otto in his absence.

    On Earth 616, original Marvel universe, but fast forward by 2 months later and Peter Parker has returned to his body. To find out how this happens, see here: Appendix:History of Spider-Man#Adi.C3.B3s to the Superior.2C .C2.A1let’s go back to the Amazing.21.

    On Earth 98120, Miguel O’Hara emerged in the present and he is part of The Avengers (unknown as). Miguel feels harassed by someone and suddenly Morlum appears and tries to consume Miguel. The Avengers fight him and in the end they fall, while Morlum achieves his goal and in the instant that he consumes this Miguel, the original Miguel O’Hara trapped on Earth 616, feels it as a shock, while he chases some criminals escaping in a helicopter. On the other hand, on Earth 6375, another Miguel O’Hara (having the life of Peter Parker) is with his MJ, but also knows the existence of Morlum and the danger he runs, and tries to open a portal to the land that Morlum would never go: Earth 616, the reality where he died.

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    I went into this movie feeling excited about it, but also doing my best not to let my excitement overtake my judgment. So, I have to ask you, do you think this movie gave me an amazing new Spider-Man origin story to follow or did it simply trap me in its web of lies?

    One of my concerns going into this movie is that it would be too much. I saw the trailer beforehand, so I knew how many characters would be introduced and worried that there wouldn’t be enough time to explain them all. But the film provides clever ways to compensate for this. There is a clear hierarchy of importance with the characters we are introduced to, with Morales at the top and, as the film progresses, we witness new people diminishing in importance. This is not to say that the film has done poorly showing off its new characters; in fact, this makes things better.

    With so many people, if everyone was pushed around with equal development, it would crowd your brain and make it hard to concentrate on the story. So, what needed to be said was said, and I settled for that. For the characters that weren’t touched on as much, there wasn’t really a reason not to change that. A sequel would be fine, but if I never saw those characters again, I wouldn’t feel like I was missing anything. After all, the story was about Morales, who by the way is my favorite character.

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    The best thing about ‘Spider-Man: A New Universe’, and look it has good things, is that it not only leaves you wanting to see more Spider-Man stories on the big screen, which after so many versions of the character (that if Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man, that if Tom Holland’s, that if Andrew Garfield’s, that if Spider-Man Homecoming, that if Spider-Man: Far From Home, that if Avengers Infinity War, that if Avengers Engame. ..) is a real merit, but rather leaves you with the delicious feeling that you don’t have the remotest idea of what might happen. Imagine whatever you want, you’re not going to get it right. And that, at this stage of fiction, and of movie versions of comic book superheroes, is saying a lot.

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