Kingpin accidentally unleashes multiple Spider-Men

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Kingpin accidentally unleashes multiple Spider-Men

Spider-men from different dimensions hide on the ceiling. Photo courtesy IMDB.com

Spider-men from different dimensions hide on the ceiling. Photo courtesy IMDB.com

Spider-men from different dimensions hide on the ceiling. Photo courtesy IMDB.com

Spider-men from different dimensions hide on the ceiling. Photo courtesy IMDB.com

Mikey Vidovich, Co-Entertainment Editor

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By Mikey Vidovich
Co-Entertainment Editor

  Released Dec. 14 by directors Peter Ramsey, Robert Persichetti Jr. and Rodney Rothman,  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an animated film about different dimensions colliding.

  After a radioactive spider bites young Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore, the boy gains special powers. He then must quickly learn how to control those abilities after a villain named Kingpin, voiced by Liev Schreiber, opens a portal that unleashes Spider-Men from different dimensions into the dimension of Morales. Together the new Spider-gang must team up to  defeat Kingpin and get back into their regular dimensions before they disappear forever.

  This movie has an interesting concept that is portrayed nicely. Not only is it filled with intense action scenes, it offers a lot of comedy and some romance. This movie also gets the audience attached to the characters. So when story twists affect them, they affect the audience as well.

  The animation in this film is very different than others like it that have made it to the big screen. It was a mixture of semi-realistic animation mixed with comic book animation.

  It was fun to see all the different Spider-Men come together. The most memorable Spider-men include Morales’ Spider-Man, along with the original red and blue Spider-Man (voiced by Jake Johnson) and Spider-Woman, also known as Spider-Gwen, voiced by Hailee Steinfeld.

  This film is enjoyable and it would be interesting to see a sequel with these characters. But — spoiler alert — it would be a wonder to see a story play out with all the Spider-Men back in their own dimensions.
  Overall, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse deserves a 4/5.

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