Uncovered the logos of the main characters that will accompany Miles Morales
We are all followers of Miles Morales like crazy waiting for the release date of the sequel to ‘Spider-Man: A New Universe‘. And little by little our expectation is rising with the constant trickle of information that we receive from this animated film from Sony.
From what has been seen so far, the tape will be full, and we say full!, of versions of Spidey. We have already told you about some of them. In addition, viewers will be able to witness the coming-of-age journey that Miles will undertake, and we even know who the main villain will be.
Now, thanks to some new photos released on the film’s official Twitter account, we have discovered who the 9 main protagonists of the film are.
“Choose your hero. Meet the Spider-People behind these icons and much more when it’s time to traverse the #SpiderVerse on June 2.”
The 9 main protagonists of Across the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man (Miles Morales)
Main protagonist of the film and of the entire franchise. Morales He’s been in the comics for a while. It was one of the most striking additions to the extinct Ultimate Universe. In this new sequel we will look at Miles’ coming-of-age journey, as he seeks his own path and builds his own legacy. Living love and fighting against dangers that he is not capable of imagining. Miles’ logo symbolizes his artistic prowess.
Spider-Gwen (Gwen Stacy)
The next on the list could not be other than the crazy and brave Gwen Stacy. Its logo combines elegance, modernity and style. Adjectives that define Gewn very well. Although, in this Sony animated universe she is known as Spider-Woman.
Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O’Hara)
One of the roughest and most violent Spider-Man mantle bearers. His home universe is not a place to be a softie. He was introduced into the Spider-Verse in the post-credits scene of the previous tape. He is the character that is generating the most curiosity among the viewers. He is serious, surly and often too unfriendly. The image of him is menacing and invokes death by being bitten by a poisonous spider.
Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)
Jessica Drew it was first shown off in the trailer that dropped last month. Spider-Woman appears pregnant, which implies that her character is related to one of the most acclaimed story arcs by readers. Jessica’s logo combines two colors, a duality that marks her individualism with respect to others. She powerful and dangerous.
Spider-Man India (Pavitra Prabhakar)
This character is the closest to the original Peter that we know of, as he shares elements in his story that are the same. Beneath the Spider-Man India mask is Pavitr Prabhakar. His logo is influenced by his religion and ethnicity.
Spider-Punk (Hobart Brown)
Brown is a lifelong punk. A guy who is very clear about who he is and what he likes despite what others may say. Studs, leather, spikes, crest… a whole outfit of the most British punk. His logo is a continuation of his essence that already marks his outfit.
Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly)
The quintessential clone. Ben is already a classic in the Spidey universe. The Scarlet Spider from Marvel Comics, since he co-starred in one of the most famous sagas of all time. His logo, with rounded lines, which evoke tranquility, harmony, is the differentiating mark of a very tortured character who perhaps is looking for his place and his inner peace.
Iron, Metal and chains. This logo is the most radically different from the others on this list. It belongs to Cyborg Spider-Woman. A variant that we have been able to see in ‘Edge of Spider-Verse’. The data we have about it is very, very scarce. Hardly none. The truth is that little has leaked. And that’s what makes it so much more interesting. Of course, it will have a determining role in the plot of the new adventures of Miles.
We are talking about a character who has appeared in the latest advance of the film. Margo is also known as Spider-Byte and it seems that her home is a virtual reality world. Yes, don’t ask why anymore, no idea. Her logo, therefore, is the most futuristic and technical.
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