PG | | Animation, Action, Adventure
Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.
When Jefferson is scrolling through his phone contacts, "S. Ditko" is shown as one of the contacts. This is a reference to Steve Ditko, one of the original creators of "Spider-Man" and one of the two men the film is dedicated to.
Alright, let's do this one last time. My name is Peter Parker. I was bitten by a radioactive spider and for ten years I've been the one and only Spider-Man. I'm pretty sure you know the rest. I saved a bunch of people, fell in love, saved the city, ...
Miles, strangely, blames himself for 'being followed' to Aunt May's house, when by then it was public knowledge that May's nephew was Spider-Man. (The memorials placed in front of her house are evidence of this ubiquity; although, as another plot hole, the obviousness of the backyard shed being a brightly glowing, emblem-showing Spider-Cave entry door would have tipped off the neighbors long before Spider-Man's passing, that May knows Spider-Man). Either way, it makes perfect sense to assume the villains would go to May's to find the Spider-Men they were pursuing.
The Comics Code Authority seal, which was used in the period Spider-Man was created to authorize a comic book for public access, appears in the beginning of the film.
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