Across The Spider-Verse Poster Released

Across The Spider-Verse Poster Released
Gary O' Driscoll Updated on by

Following the release of a brand new trailer for the upcoming animated sequel, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Sony Pictures Animation have now released a new Across the Spider-Verse poster teasing several of the Spider characters teased in the movie’s most recent trailer.

See the brand new Across The Spider-Verse Poster

Credit: Sony Pictures Animation

Showing Miles hanging upside down or possibly standing upside down as shown in the waypoint between the universes in the most recent trailer.

We see him flanked by a veritable army of Spider characters both familiar and not so familiar. Further underlining that 2021’s live action Spider-Man: No Way Home will have nothing on Across the Spider-Verse for multiple Spider-Men, and indeed Spider-Women.

Also notable is the distinctive scratches across Miles’ chest, damaging his suit, and revealing his bare skin beneath the suit. No doubt a memento from an encounter with the villainous Adrian Toombs aka The Vulture, played in Across The Spider-Verse‘s cast by returning cast member, Jorma Taccone.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse releases exclusively in theatres worldwide on 02nd June 2023.

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Across The Spider-Verse Poster FAQ

What does 42 mean in into the Spiderverse?

It’s a reference, as confirmed by the movie’s director, Pete Ramsey, to legendary Black American baseball player, Jackie Robinson.

Robinson, who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, was the first black man to play in the MLB (Major League Baseball), and is a major and iconic figure in both baseball history and Black American history.

In the Hollywood movie adaptation of Robinson’s life, 42, he was played by none other than Chadwick Boseman, iconic to countless fans worldwide for his performances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as T’Challa, the Black Panther.

When speaking about the references in the movie to the number 42, synonomous with Robinson as it was his player number, Into the Spider-Verse director, Ramsey, explained “He was a barrier-smashing Black superhero in baseball, and [Miles is a] color-smashing Black superhero in Spider-Man comics,

Is across the Spider-verse Sony?

Yes, the movie is a Sony Pictures Animation production and serves as part of their Spider-Man cinematic universe comprising the Venom movies, Morbius, and the upcoming Kraven The Hunter movie.