Miles Morales is back.

Sony Pictures

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an ideal unicorn of a superhero motion picture, to the degree that any follow up has a difficult task of measuring up to it. Sony is providing it a shot with Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

Today we got our very first prolonged take a look at the upcoming follow up, set for release in motion picture theatres in October 2022.

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The trailer follows on instantly after the ending of the very first film, with Miles Morales resting on his bed, as Gwen Stacey connects to him from another measurement.

What follows looks … unbelievable? The special art design of the initial exists, however it appears like the group is pressing the borders of that visual with a truly cool looking series at the end, exposing a brand-new character at the same time. Tough to state precisely who it is, however it appears like another alternate truth Spider-Man? Folks on the web appears to think it’s Spider-Man 2099, AKA Miguel O’Hara from Nueva York, a relabelled New York.

Can’t wait on this one.

Source: New Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse trailer functions another Spider-Man – CNET

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