Spider-Man: Far from Home has indicated it, Spider-Man: No Way Home brings it to the table and Songs Into the Spider verse has his fun with it: The multiverse has a fool of the most popular Wall crawlers in the world. But why is Spider-Man his very own corner in the multiverse? The beginning of this idea is not so long ago.
by Spider Wars to Spider Verses
When the fifth season of the Spider-Man Animated Series started in the 1990s, the makers had already dug deep in the history of Spider-Man. They had introduced much of his former friends and enemies and redeemed some of his most important stories. So Spider-Man: No Way Home — One of the most famous Spider Verse Exports: Gwen Stacy, ALIAS SPIDER-GWEN. Source: Sony / Marvel decided to prove the Secret Wars in which an aliens’ essence of heroes from different universes are trapped to fight them against each other. Peter fears the essence so much that it brings him together with several variants of him to save the multiverse in the Spider.
Next, the concept of various Spider men, which work together in the game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions was picked up. One of the authors of this game was Dan Scott, who worked at the Comic Amazing Spider-Man. He was also that the idea of 2014 expanded in event comic spider verses.
A multiverse full of spider heroes
In him, Peter Parker discovers the network of life that holds a part of the multiverse and wake over the spinning totems. This Spider-Man: No Way Home — in Spider-Man: A New Universe works together various spider heroes. Source: Sony / Marvel God’s nature and again champion champions that lent different forces. Thus, the authors explained why the different spider men and women have sometimes drastically different super forces.
When the rogue Morgan explains the spin totem the war, Spider-Men and Spider Women must help all realities together to banish the danger. At their first meetings, something comes to wear all Spider-Versse Crossover: Actually, none of the spider heroes is really unbeatable.
And everyone has his own sense of humor. That should probably be the secret why it makes authors so much fun to send Spider-Man through the multiverse. In the following years, the idea was repeatedly used in comics such as Spider Gordon and Animation Series such as Ultimate Spider-Man.
Into the Sony-Spider Verses
So successfully the games and comics around Peter Parker and his spider verses were, for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the idea was to leave at least until recently to use them. Sony Pictures, who have the movie rights to Spider-Man and some other Marvel characters, looked something different. At the latest after the giant success of the Animation Film Spider-Man: A New Universe began plans, how to connect the Marvel film universe from Sony at least nominally to the MCU.
The solution: The Sony-Spider verses is at least in films such as Venom or Möbius a parallel universe to the MCU whose limits for different characters are always blurring. If you believe the messages from Sony in the run-up to Spider-Man: No Way Home (Buy Now €29,99), the film gives an insight as you could imagine connecting different spider-man universes.
How is it for Spider-Man?
Because even if Spider-Man: No Way Home does not open the door for a movie-spider verses, but only opens a gap, just the Spider-Man: No Way Home — Venom Performers Tom Hardy is looking forward to a meeting Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Source: Sony / Marvel Coming Sony movies will probably make the best of this idea. MCU rogue Vulture should emerge in the movie Möbius and Venom actor Tom Hardy has already said more often that he would look forward to an encounter with Tom Holland’s Spider-you.
Who knows, maybe Peter Parker will work together with other versions of themselves in the next planned film trilogy, or come across completely new spider heroes. A continuation of Spider-Man: A New Universe also comes.
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