Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is a full animated movie, that's going to see Spider-Man in the guise of Miles Morales rather than Peter Parker.
Shortly after world premiering the trailer and announcing the title as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Lord (who also has sole credit on the screenplay) and Miller revealed that Peter Parker is definitely in the movie and plays a middle-aged mentor to Miles. With Spider-Man, it looks like all the pieces of the puzzle might finally fit together. The next scene in the trailer follows the hooded figure walking in the snow as he heads to the cemetery, specifically visiting the grave of Peter Parker. Playing off this is the "Spider-verse", one universe where there are multiple Spider-Men. This film stands apart from those stories and appears to be an origin story for a broader universe of its own. This is officially the Marvel movie I'm most excited for.
As for Morales, he was first introduced in August 2011 in Ultimate Fallout #4. He became the new web-squirting superhero when Peter Parker died in the hands of Green Goblin.
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Unfortunately as hyped as we are for this film already, "SPIDER-MAN: Into The Spider-Verse" won't be released until December 14, 2018.
In a 2015 interview, comic book writer Brian Bendis said, "Our message has to be it's not Spider-Man with an asterisk, it's the real Spider-Man for kids of color, for adults of color and everybody else". Could you have imagined if their first live action union on the big screen had seen John Blake under the cowl as opposed to Bruce Wayne?
What are your thoughts on the new trailer?