In late 2018, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse came barreling into theaters as no superhero movie had done before. Filled with cartoony antics and witty charm, the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse characters have left a lasting impression on anyone who has seen the animated film. From the smart and cunning Miles Morales to the foolhardy Spider-Ham, the cast of spider-infused personalities that make their way into the Spider-Verse are just as unforgettable as they are relatable.
The Spider-Person you vibe with says a lot about who you are. With all the versions of Spider-Man that appear in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, you're bound to have a favorite - and that preference is ready to expose who you are deep down!
Your family drives you nuts, but you treasure them. While Miles Morales loves Spider-Man, his policeman dad doesn't share the same admiration. Even though they don't see eye to eye when it comes to the controversial superhero, their familial bonds are strong.
Graced with spidey senses and a keen intuition when it comes to physics, both you and Miles can glide through situations others find challenging. You navigate around tight corners with a calmness that others envy.
Bitten by a radioactive spider, Gwen Stacy becomes the original wielder of the classic set of spider powers. After tragically taking her best friend's life, Gwen goes on to use her spider powers for good, making a solemn vow never to cause harm again. Like Gwen, you have faced much adversity - maybe you've even lost someone important.
Gwen doesn't only endure hardships, she powers through them, eventually overcoming to become a tough and capable fighter. Both you and Gwen can play the long game and get what you want, whether it's vengeance or something else.
Like this cryptic version of Spider-Man, you've seen some pretty dark things. They've hardened you, but haven't broken you. Kicking gangster butt throughout the Great Depression, Spider-Man Noir is a black-and-white-suited superhero who had to watch Uncle Ben get eaten alive in a freak circus.
Instead of falling into a deep depression, Spider-Man Noir put on a costume based on Uncle Ben's WWI uniform and began his new life as an avenger. You may share Spider-Man Noir's flair for the dramatic, but you don't let it take over your logic.
To pilot her father's SP//dr suit, Peni Parker allows herself to be bitten by a radioactive spider. As a result, she forms bonds with both spiders and inanimate objects. If you vibe with this, you have probably dabbled in witchcraft. You're also interested in how our mental selves connect to the material world. You and Peni share a deep understanding of how people relate to the objects around them - even those that aren't sentient.
Angst is your middle name, but that doesn't mean folks shouldn't take you seriously. Peni doesn't have superhuman abilities, but her connection to her robot suit makes her a formidable foe.