Spiders Across Dimensions

Kylie Miller, Staff

Everyone knows the classic tale of ‘with great power comes great responsibility’, this is in large part due to the age-old superhero Spiderman. The movie Spiderman into the Spiderverse is an amazing addition to the Spiderman

Spiderman into the Spiderverse Poster

franchise and a movie that doesn’t disappoint. Spiderman into the Spider-verse stars Miles Morales voiced by Shameik Moore, an African American boy living in NYC. Throughout the plot, the boy must learn how to control his newfound powers and defeat the villain Kingpin.


The African American and Puerto Rican heritage of Miles is an important turning point for Marvel movies and is an exciting factor for many people. The movie does a great job of portraying African American and hispanic culture and every once in awhile you can catch Miles mother speak to him in Spanish.The movie is especially amazing when showing African American and hispanic teens kids and their role in today’s society


Spiderman into the Spiderverse blends different types of animation and a fabulous soundtrack to bring the story to life. The movie is very in tune with Millennial and Gen Z culture as well making it easy to relate to and helps give the audience a sense of the struggle Miles is going through. The movie features heartwarming moments between the 6 different spidermen and touching moments between Miles and his strict father. The movie is simply amazing with its amazing animation songs and voice acting putting a new spin on the classic coming of age story that is Spiderman.