Across the Spider-Verse Challenge Gives Miles All the Manga Makeovers

Spider-Man recently swung into the manga world with the web-slinger's first standalone manga titled Spider-Man: Fake Red. However, to the disappointment of fans, the story didn't feature Miles Morales but instead focused solely on Peter Parker and a new crime fighter who aspires to be like the Marvel superhero. Given the immense popularity of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, which dominated the summer box office, it's not surprising that both Marvel and anime enthusiasts are eager to blend realities and explore intriguing artistic possibilities.

Miles' narrative in Across the Spider-Verse left viewers hanging on a suspenseful note, leaving them craving the next installment. While rumors circulate that Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse might face a delay from its original release date of March 29th, 2024, the immense anticipation surrounding the sequel showcases just how adored Miles Morales' story has become.

Miles Morales: An Anime Spider-Man?

Spider-Man has had limited exposure in the realm of anime, with no dedicated anime adaptation featuring either Peter Parker or Miles Morales. Although the character made appearances in some Marvel anime series in the past, fans have yet to witness Spider-Man's full foray into the medium. However, thanks to the creativity of fan artists, we can explore their interpretations of how the web-slinging superhero might appear in the distinctive styles of popular anime series such as Naruto, Demon Slayer, One Piece, and others.


Miles Morales swings back onto the big screen with Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, currently captivating audiences since its premiere on June 2nd. In this highly anticipated sequel, Miles (Shamiek Moore) reunites with beloved heroes Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) and Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), embarking on another exhilarating adventure through the multiverse. This time, they find themselves entangled in a conflict with the Spider-Society led by the enigmatic Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac). Joining the roster of new heroes are the formidable Spider-Woman Jessica Drew (Issa Rae), the rebellious Spider-Punk (Daniel Kaluuya), and the courageous Pavitr Prabhakar (Karan Soni). However, a new villain named the Spot (Jason Schwartzman) also emerges, adding to the high-stakes action. Directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson, and written by the talented team of Chris Miller, Phil Lord, and Dave Callaham, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse serves as a remarkable follow-up to Sony Pictures' 2018 hit film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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