Spider-Man is one of the most beloved characters in all of comic book history and we’re lucky to live in a time when there’s not just one Web Head running around. And no, I’m not talking about Tom Holland, Andrew Garfiled and Tobey Maguire all being in the same movie. No, I’m talking about all the different varations of Spidey that we see in the comics! Like did you know there’s a Cyborg Spider-Man out there? That’s awesome!
With the upcoming sequel Across the Spider-Verse, I have a feeling we’re about to be introduced to a whole hodgepodge of new versions of Spider-Man. But what are some of the weirdest versions of the character that we could see pop up in the new film? I mean, can you really be weirder than Spider-Man Noir or Spider-Ham? The answer is yes absolutely! Like did you know there’s such a thing as Spiders-Man, which is a mound of Spiders in a costume that think they’re Peter Parker? Gross! Did you know there’s a Spider-Man who operates in the year 1602? Did you know about Zombie Spider-Man? Or Cowboy Spider-Man? Or Golden Spongecake Spider-Man? Yeah, seriously there are some weird options out there!
So join me today as I break down some of the most bizarre Spider-Man variations that could pop up in the Into the Spider-Verse sequel! After you’re done, be sure to hit that big like and subscribe button for more awesome superhero and MCU content like this! Thanks for watching CBR! Let’s get started!
2:49 Spider-Hulk (bullet points)
4:05 The Spider (1602)
5:19 The Webslinger (Avataars: Covenant of the Shield)
6:26 Cyborg Spider-Man
7:28 Man Spider (Earth 51412)
8:43 Web-Slinger (Earth 31913)
9:42 Zombie Spider-Man
10:43 Golden Spongecke Spider-Man
12:44 Six-Armed Spidey (What if Spider-Man Kept his Six Arms)
13:35 Amazing Spider (The “Perfect” World)
14:16 Savage Spider-Man (Earth 83043) (Vault of Spiders #1)
15:03 Symbiote Spider-Man
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