Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is a fast-paced animated comicbook action film centered around a kid by the name of Miles Morales. He’s the Spider-Man of Marvel’s Ultimate Universe, and with the help of some other Spideys from other dimensions, Miles will find out truly what it means to be a hero. The film looks stunning so far, from what we can tell from the trailers leading up to the December release, but there was a lucky bunch that got a sneak peek at New York Comic Con and the reviews are coming in hot with praise!
Miles Morales is not unlike your average kid from Brooklyn trying to do his best on a daily basis. He also represents a huge sector of Marvel fans as one of the few brown heroes in the spotlight. This has made him an extremely relatable character and according to this review below, the studio really nailed Morales’ portrayal in an authentic way.
The first 35 minutes of #SpiderVerse we saw respects who Miles Morales is: a Afro-Latino kid from Brooklyn. Loves hip-hop, graffiti and his signature Jordans. As a native New Yorker, I grew up with a kid like Miles. And that matters #NYCC2018 pic.twitter.com/eNQ5Dm6VBG
— Joi @ bed (@jumpedforjoi) October 6, 2018
Others claim that best is yet to come this year when Into The Spider-Verse is shown in its entirety!
We just saw 35 minutes of SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE #SPIDERVERSE.
This film might just end up becoming the best comic book film of 2018. WOW pic.twitter.com/knFHkosSGV
— ComicBook Debate (@ComicBookDebate) October 6, 2018
There have been a lot of really awesome comicbook movies this year, so to say that this might be the “best” is a HUGE statement. Can this film really blow Black Panther, Infinity War, and Ant-Man and the Wasp out of the running?