(If it is not clear from the headline, there are spoilers here for "Spider-Man: In Spider-Verse")
The live-action version of Spider-Man may be enclosed within the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the future, but Sony can still do what it wants in animated "Spider-Man" flicks – and thanks to the good for that, because "Spider-Man: In Spider-Verse" is quite which owns this way covers everyone (Spider-Man: In Spider-Verse) – Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter Parker (Chris Pine), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), Gwen Stacy ( Hailee Steinfeld), Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn), Spider-Man Noir (Nicolas Cage) and Spider-Ham (John Mulaney) ̵1; representing the whole range of Spider-Verse, well, it's really wrong.
The post-credits scene for "Into the Spider-Verse" introduces us to other Spider-Man importers from comics, and also visits Peter Parker's previous small screen incarnation. And it felt likely that "Spider-Verse" would get a sequel, that one of the other Spider-Men would be part of it.
Spider-Man bonus Miguel O & # 39 ; Hara, best known for the fans of his comics as Spider-Man 2099. Miguel comes from a New York version called Nueva York and his story of the origin involves a career working in Alchemax – the company responsible for all the things that happened in "In Spider-Verse." Miguel, from his superb dinner in the distant future, monitors the whole situation of the Spider-Verse as it goes down, and when it's all over it decides to dabble a little by the way back in time.
And he visits nothing other than Spider-Man from the 1967 animated series, where he stumbles on a meme where two are the same as Spider-Men who teach each other. You know what I mean. One:
You never thought of a movie about a bunch of alternate universe Spider-People would avoid being jokes, did you? It's a hilarious bit that at first feel like a delightful fool until you discover that nothing other than Oscar Isaac gives voice for Miguel O & # 39; Hara.
Because of star power, it's hard to imagine that Spider-Man 2099 will have a part to play with any potential "Spider-Verse" to be greenlit, really. So for those who, like me, are quite disappointed that Miguel has missed most of the bizarre times at this time, that the scene of the credits provides an appealing prospect. Even so, to be clear, we still do not know why Spider-Man 2099 is in the next "Spider-Verse" movie. But we can not help but hope, either way.