If you weren’t excited for the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse earlier, then the upcoming animated film’s new poster might change your attitude towards it.
Earlier this week, the makers of the film unveiled Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’s first poster. And judging by its looks, there may not be a better floating heads poster than this.
At the center of it all, there’s Miles Morales hanging upside down with his bruised Black and Red Spidey suit. Behind him, the entire Spider-Man multiverse stands, and if you look closely, you can spot many of your favorite versions of the iconic Marvel character.
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Besides Miles, you can see the likes of Oscar Isaac’s Spider-Man 2099 and Hailee Steinfeld’s Ghost Spider. Along with that, we also get a closer look at Scarlet Spider aka Ben Reilly and Spider-Punk, with the latter voiced by British actor Daniel Kaluuya.
Spider-Man India Pavitr Prabhakar also makes an appearance alongside the Julia Carpenter and Mattie Franklin variants of Spider-Woman. Moreover, many of the animated series versions of Spider-Man also makes their return. This includes Spectacular Spider-Man, Spider-Man Unlimited and more.
Video game variants will also make their presence felt, with the Yuri-Lowenthal voiced version from Insomniac’s PlayStation title also arriving. In the end, it’s fair to say that the film won’t have a dearth of Spider-Man content, when it arrives in theatres on June 2, 2023.