Into the Spider-Verse returns to theaters, something fans of Marvel’s most famous superhero have wanted since Spider-Man: A New Universe. And on this occasion, they already know from the first advances that the film will have no shortage of wall-crawlers to tell.
The action shifts back to Miles Morales, who, after meeting Gwen and saving reality from a multiverse conflict, is eager for new adventures. And fortunately – or unfortunately – for him, he is about to enter the largest society in the multiverse… made of forms of himself.
However, fans have been asking a question that goes beyond knowing how the story continues. What’s certain is that Sony’s plans go beyond making a third film that follows the character into an animated trilogy, but are the post-credits scenes that foreshadow something to come in that poignant ending that the saga promises? Is?
Well, for everyone who grew up with that Nick Fury talking to Iron Man, or even with Thanos picture ravaged New York, we’re sorry to say that Spider-Man: Crossing There is no post-credits scene in The Multiverse. Yes, maybe, especially since its predecessor did.
The first film had two gifts for fans: after the animated credits, a short letter from Stan Lee that definitely moved more than one; After the end, a scene played out with the other Spideys best known to comic readers.
We saw Lyla, the someone – or rather “something”, since she’s an artificial intelligence – who you’ll definitely recognize after you’ve seen the sequel; Well, she’s Miguel O’Hara’s inseparable virtual assistant. There you can see how he got the “catchiwache” with which to move through the universes, although on this occasion he chose the Earth of 1967. There, to put the icing on the film, he recreates the famous meme in which two Spider-Men point at each other.
O’Hara, fighting under the identity of Spider-Man 2099, has become one of the cornerstones of this second film. However, it seems that on this occasion the team of the film has decided to do without any advance or gags to raise the expectations of all the viewers. They know what they’re doing, because they’ve already won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature with the first one.
Be that as it may, the new film – and possibly the last one – in the saga will hit theaters in 2024, so we won’t have to wait too long to see what they have in hand. There will certainly be no shortage of Spider-Men and a plot that continues to elevate Miles Morales as one of the best wall-crawlers we’ve seen to date, but we’re not sure about whether the new There will be villains and conflict. We’ll have to wait, but for now, we’ll settle for traveling through the multiverse a few more times.
Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse is already in theaters.