Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse shared a few hours ago its first trailer, a brief but intense preview that gives us a preview of what this new installment of the spider multiverse in animated format has in store for us. After the first movie was a critical and public success, we knew things would get even bigger, and boy, Sony Pictures and Marvel decided to put more Spider-Man in the sequel. This first look has left us with dozens and dozens of Spider-Man on screen, many of which are as bizarre as they are surprising. Want to know which versions of Spider-Man were featured in the trailer? Read on, because there's more than one surprise.
We begin with Ghost Spider or Gwen Stacey, who enlists Miles' help because of a problem in the multiverse. From here we see Miles Morales' own Spider-Man starting a journey wrapped in countless versions of Spider-Man in a kind of Spider-Man citadel of the multiverse. And the first frame lets us see several Spider-Man, among which stands out a Spider-Man with a black and purple suit that could well be Prowler in its Ultimate version or the so-called Chasm Suit of the clone Benjamin Reilly.
A few seconds later we see the black and yellow suit known as Spider-Armor MK II with built-in help to Peter for the loss of his spider-sense, while on the right we can see Peter Parker and Miles Morales from Insomniac Games' Marvel's Spider-Man video games. Shortly after, a costume appears that could well be based on that of Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman, to make way for the Spider-Cop of Earth-19119, a veteran New York cop. Mary Jane Watson/Spinneret and Annie Parker/Spiderling, Peter's wife and daughter on Earth-18119, can also be seen.
We continue with a Spider-Man with a modified Iron Spider suit and the iconic Bagman from the story in which Spider-Man is left without the symbiote suit after the help of the Fantastic 4 and is left with only a shopping bag on his head. We can also see Werewolf Spider-Man, a werewolf Peter Parker from Earth-7085, and the triumphant return of Peter Parker from the first animated movie, now with a baby backpack.
We move on to the triumphant presentation of Issa Rae's Spider-Woman riding her imposing motorcycle to give a curious version of the Vulture his comeuppance. And no less spectacular is the staging of Oscar Isaac's Spider-Man 2099, Miguel O'Hara's futuristic version of Spider-Man, who seems to have a problem with Miles.
Other Spider-Man we see in the trailer include Spider-Man Unlimited from the animated series, Spider-Girl (May "Mayday" Parker)-the daughter of Peter and MJ from Marvel Comics' MC2 universe, Lady Spider from Earth-803, Superior Spider-Man with Doc Ock's mind inside him, Spider-Man's Silver Armor suit, the manga version of Spider-Man, Spider-Man from the 2003 MTV animated series, the android Flipside that copies Spider-Man 2099's powers, Anya Corazon's Spider-Girl, Spider-Man from Earth-X or Pavitr Prabhakar, the Indian version of Spider-Man, among others.