Exploring Every Universe In Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse 2023

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, this highly anticipated sequel takes us on an exhilarating journey alongside the beloved characters from the first film, as they venture into multiple universes. Building upon the groundbreaking concept of the multiverse introduced in its predecessor, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” delves even deeper into this fascinating realm. Join Miles Morales, Gwen Stacy, Peter B. Parker, and others as they uncover the truth about the state of the multiverse and encounter a host of captivating Spider-Man universes.

In this blog, we will explore the exciting new additions and surprises that await us in this animated superhero extravaganza. Prepare to be enthralled as we embark on an adventure through seven distinct universes, each with its own unique animation style, characters, and rich history. So, grab your web-shooters and buckle up as we unravel the intricacies of the Spider-Verse franchise and discover what lies ahead in the ever-expanding world of Spider-Man.

Earth-65: Gwen Stacy’s Universe

Earth-65 Gwen Stacy's Universe
Earth-65 Gwen Stacy’s Universe

One of the primary dimensions explored in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is Earth-65, Gwen Stacy’s home turf. Although Gwen’s origin story was briefly touched upon in the previous film, her universe, Earth-65, takes on a more significant role in the sequel. Throughout Across the Spider-Verse, Earth-65 is visually depicted in the enchanting style of a pastel painting, beautifully capturing the essence of Spider-Gwen’s character. In this particular timeline, Gwen Stacy, after being bitten by a radioactive spider, acquires extraordinary superhuman abilities. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse spends a lot more time in Gwen’s universe thanks to her receiving a more significant role in the sequel.

Earth-19999: MCU/Tom Holland Spider-Man’s Universe

Tom Holland Spider-Man's Universe
Tom Holland Spider-Man’s Universe

The Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse movie acknowledges the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as one of the Spider-Man universes, although it doesn’t make a direct appearance like other entries. However, there is a notable reference that deserves attention. Miguel O’Hara, a character in the movie, brings the MCU and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man into the multiverse of Across the Spider-Verse by mentioning Doctor Strange and a nerd from Earth-19999.

In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU is referred to as Earth-616, which is traditionally known as the main universe in Marvel Comics. However, the comics assigned Earth-19999 as the tag for the MCU, and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse follows that convention. While this may create a mismatch between the MCU and Spider-Verse multiverses, it is necessary because Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had already established that Peter B. Parker hails from Earth-616.

Earth-1610: Miles Morales’ Universe

Earth-1610: Miles Morales' Universe
Earth-1610: Miles Morales’ Universe

It comes as no surprise that Miles Morales’ Earth-1610 plays a prominent role in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. The movie takes its time to bring the audience back to Brooklyn and provide a glimpse into Miles’ current life. While Miles ventures into other universes throughout Across the Spider-Verse, particularly when he departs to meet the Spider-Society, Earth-1610 resurfaces at the film’s conclusion.

Gwen travels there in an attempt to locate Miles after his departure from the Spider-Society HQ. Earth-1610 serves as Miles Morales’ home dimension in Across the Spider-Verse, serving as the primary backdrop for the film’s initial phase After Peter’s tragic death, Miles took on the mantle of Spider-Man, utilizing his powers to protect the city from adversaries such as Kingpin, the Armadillo, and the Spot.

The Venomverse (Earth-688)

The Venomverse (Earth-688)
The Venomverse (Earth-688)

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse ventures into Venom’s dimension, known as Earth-688, in a particular sequence. As The Spot delves into the vast capabilities of his interdimensional travel powers, he momentarily finds himself in Earth-688, precisely at a familiar convenience store owned by Mrs. Chen.

In a delightful cameo, Mrs. Chen interacts with The Spot, displaying no surprise upon encountering him, as she has already developed a friendship with Eddie Brock, portrayed by Tom Hardy, in the Venom movies.
Within this universe, a rendition of Spider-Man also exists, although no film has yet showcased the presence of this beloved superhero.

Earth-131222: LEGO Spider-Man’s Universe

Earth-131222: LEGO Spider-Man's Universe
Earth-131222: LEGO Spider-Man’s Universe

During Spot’s journey through the multiverse to gather energy, he stumbles upon Earth-131222, a universe entirely constructed from LEGO bricks. In this peculiar realm, the Spider-Man of that universe detects the presence of the villain and quickly informs Miguel O’Hara, revealing himself as a prominent member of the Spider Society. Notably, this scene even includes the delightful inclusion of J.K. Simmons lending his voice talents to the LEGO rendition of J. Jonah Jameson.

Earth-50101: Pavitr Prabhakar’s Universe

Pavitr Prabhakar's Universe
Pavitr Prabhakar’s Universe

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse explores another universe, Earth-50101, where the young hero Miles Morales embarks on a mission alongside Gwen Stacy to apprehend The Spot. This universe introduces Spider-Man India, Pavitr Prabhakar, and as the trio navigates the city of Mumbatten, a fusion of Mumbai and Manhattan, they inadvertently disrupt a crucial event that was meant to preserve the timeline. This interruption, known as the “canon event,” jeopardizes the fate of Earth-50101 and triggers a Quantum Hole capable of annihilating the entire universe.

Earth-928: (Spider-Society HQ) Miguel O’Hara’s Universe

Miguel O'Hara's Universe
Miguel O’Hara’s Universe

In the vast tapestry of Spider-Man narratives, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse introduces us to Earth-928, an alternate reality where the central hub of the Spider-Society thrives. Within this realm, a glimpse into the future unravels, characterized by its avant-garde aesthetics. With soaring automobiles, a lunar-bound rocket train, and myriad other technological marvels, this dimension stands apart from its counterparts. It is here that Miguel O’Hara, a denizen of Earth-928, embarks on his journey, laying the foundation for the Spider-Society.

Earth-616: Peter B. Parker’s Universe

Earth-616: Peter B. Parker's Universe
Earth-616: Peter B. Parker’s Universe

In the vast expanse of the Spider-Verse, the culmination of webs converges upon Earth-616, the intricate tapestry of Peter B. Parker’s universe. As our intrepid heroes, Peter and Mayday, make their triumphant return from their sojourn with the enigmatic Spider-Society, a fleeting interlude awaits them. In this fleeting moment, amidst a flurry of words exchanged between Peter and Mary Jane, an unforeseen revelation unfurls. A signal, a beacon in the night, calls Peter’s attention to the presence of Gwen, poised at the precipice of his abode. With a purpose that reverberates through the cosmos, she beseeches his alliance, beckoning him to join a new cadre of arachnid warriors

The Universe Without Spider-Man (Earth-42)

Spider-Man (Earth-42)
Spider-Man (Earth-42)

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse introduces Earth-42, a harrowingly dark realm where Miles Morales becomes captive to an evil version of himself known as the Prowler. Stranded without escape, Miles learns that a spider from Earth-42 originally granted him his powers, plunging that world into corruption. As he grapples with the shocking truth, Miles uncovers a universe devoid of his father, a living uncle, and a missing Spider-Man. This captivating tale of interdimensional turmoil unfolds, urging Miles to reclaim his destiny amidst the webs of the multiverse.

Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man Universe and Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man Universe Were also shown briefly in between the scenes. During an explanation of Canon Events by Miguel O’Hara and the Spider-Society, footage from the Spider-Man trilogy is shown. The scenes include Uncle Ben’s death from Spider-Man and Eddie Brock’s Venom transformation in Spider-Man 3. Footage from The Amazing Spider-Man used includes Uncle Ben’s death scene and the death of Captain Stacy.

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” promises to deliver a thrilling blend of humor, heart, and heroism. Alongside Miles Morales, you’ll meet other iconic Spider-Men and Spider-Women, each with their own unique powers and stories. Brace yourself for epic battles, unexpected alliances, and unforgettable moments that will leave you on the edge of your seat. please check your local theater listings for showtimes and availability

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