Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has a scene where Miles and older Peter Parker are brought into the deceased Peter Parker's Spider-Lair, and in it is a roster of suits that Spider-Man has worn in the comics one time or another. Thanks to ComicBookMovie, we get a look at all the different suits properly, and you may be able to recognize some of them.
For one, there's a more comic-accurate Civil War suit that's red and gold, and we can also see the Spider-Man PS4 suit with the white Spider-logo. There's also the armored suit in silver and black, plus the caped outfit which was said to have appeared in the animated Spider-Man Unlimited from the 90s.
I have to say, out of all the Spider-people in the film, I liked middle-aged Parker the most. Unlike the Spider-Man from Miles' universe, he's just a regular guy under the mask. He isn't rich like Tony Stark or has a secret lair like Batman. He's just a guy who lives in a crummy apartment trying to get by, and that's what makes him relatable.
For now, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is being regarded as the best animated movie of 2018. Besides the experimental concept of the film, we also get some gorgeous animation from Sony's production team. I'll admit, Ralph Breaks the Internet was still more emotional for me, but Into the Spider-Verse was unlike everything we've ever seen in the superhero genre.
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