NSdropped this weekend, reconnected with us for the first time since 2018 brought us to one , You might be thinking of the character Miles is battling in a futuristic city, but we already saw him in the post-credits scene from the previous film.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part 1) is set to hit theaters in October 2022. part 2 will come out in 2023, writer-producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller told EW on Saturday.
It’s time to party like 2099 and turn some into a three year old fail,
Journey to the Future… and the Past
After Miles, Gwen and his fellow Spider-People travel to parallel universes to stop Kingpin’s city-dangerous plot and everyone heads home, we meet another pair of Spider-Men, a distant future. And the second from 50 years ago, the first they end in an intense (and meme-worthy) bout of literal allusion.
The first of these is Miguel O’Hara, better known as Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac), who is monitoring the action with his holographic assistant Lyla (Greta Lee) and sees that everyone has returned to their realities. With the Multiverse saved, Miguel decides to go on a reality-hopping adventure of his own.
“Let’s start from the beginning.”
He encounters the Spider-Man of this universe, and the pair argue over who pointed first – based on a moment famous gesture meme This is since 2011. We also get a cameo from Earth-67’s Jay Jonah Jameson.
What does it mean
spider man was created by 2099 Peter David and Rick Leonardi, and made his debut in 1992 spider man 2099 number 1, Miguel is a gifted geneticist living in New York in 2099 (renamed Nueva York), an era when a dystopian US is run by an evil megacorporation like Alchemax, a company that plays a big role in Spider-Verse. Is.
While trying to replicate the abilities of the original Spidey Peter Parker for Alkemax, Miguel is forced to take an addictive drug by his immoral boss, Tyler Stone. In an effort to overcome the addiction, Miguel accidentally ties his DNA to that of a spider and acquires a set of abilities similar to the original Spider-Man.
In a post-credits scene, Miguel travels to Double Identity, a Season 1 episode of the 1967 animated series. It centers on an actor who commits crimes in order to turn others away from the police. The pointing scene is from the moment he pretends to be Spider-Man, and it inspired one of the many memories Based on the show.
It’s unclear why Miguel is traveling through the Multiverse, but the Across the Spider-Verse trailer suggests that Miles will end up at some point in 2099.
Also, the spider that gave Miles Morales his powers suffered from the same temporary deformities as Peter and the other heroes, who were drawn from other realities. Since the spider had the Alchemex logo, could it have come from Miguel’s reality? The company is also present in Miles’ universe, so it may have even been branded after it was there.