long awaited sequel Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is finally here and believe it or not, moviegoers could be more excited than ever. For some reason, these 10 movies and TV shows have a lot in common with their themes, plots, and character stories. Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse.

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Whether it’s about inter-dimensional travel or alternate versions of yourself, delightfully evocative, or delightfully trying to answer deep questions about the greater nature of humanity, and doing it in wonderfully strange and sophisticated ways. Anything drawn with

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Ten “Rick and Morty” (2013-)

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rick and morty It’s certainly not uncommon for characters to interact with different versions of themselves in alternate worlds. In fact, Rick’s Citadel can be found in various Rick and Morty (Justin Roiland) from various timelines and dimensions, it eerily resembles the headquarters of Spider-Man’s elite team dedicated to defending the Multiverse. the other side of the spiderverse.

just like in the movies rick and morty Writers and animators have a lot of fun playing with pregnant bikers, cowboys, animals, and anything else that could be Spider-Man.

9 “Counterpart” (2017-2019)

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The show takes a much more minimalistic approach to the subject of the multiverse, tackling just one other universe instead of many. Much like Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) when I met Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac), series protagonist Howard Silk (JK Simmons) meets an entirely different version of himself.

Silk’s doppelganger is much harsher, ruthless, and more violent than himself, but is still incredibly impressive and able to earn the respect of those around him. Both projects attempt to answer the question of why and how his two selves became so different.

8 “Umbrella Academy” (2019-)

The Umbrella Academy's Elliott Page, Robert Sheehan, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Aidan Gallagher, Emmy Raver-Lampman
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No TV show has ever looked so uncomfortably realistic about the implications of a child or teenager becoming a superhero. Umbrella Academy.

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Like Spider-Man, the Hargreaves struggle not only with the life-or-death situations and mental health hazards associated with their jobs, but also with maintaining stable, loving personal connections with others. are doing. Apart from that, the series also features creatively choreographed battle scenes, different versions of characters, and especially time travel.

7 “Moon Night” (2022)

Moon Knight standing in front of a cloudy sky with a crescent moon.

Another project is about a Marvel superhero starring Oscar Isaac as the titular hero, a man with dissociative identity disorder who tries to stop a dangerous cult leader from wreaking havoc in the world. , is a hero who must work with his meek alter ego.

just like Miles the other side of the spiderverseStephen Grant’s alter ego questions his very existence and place in things when he learns that he is not the only person there and probably never really meant to exist. increase.

6 “The Flash” (2014-2023)

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Like many other superheroes, the series protagonist Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), aka The Flash, repeatedly encounters alternate selves and timelines, including different versions of himself, where things are different from day to night, or are slightly off.

As soon as Barry hits his stride and makes a name for himself as a superhero, the series becomes a lot more fun to explore different worlds with Barry’s super speed, allowing for fun crossovers and character interactions. .very similar to that of the other side of the spiderverse.

Five “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (2021)

Three Spider-Man: Andrew Garfield, Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire
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Talk about how Spider-Man meets Spider-Man. In this movie, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) he longs to return before his civilian status is revealed to the world so he can live a somewhat normal life.

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The only solution seems to be to hire Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) By changing reality, two of the actors who have ever played Spider-Man will be working together. Netherlandshoodies save the world.if the other side of the spiderverse Believe the teaser, Miguel O’Hara doesn’t approve of their meddling in time and space.

Four “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (2018)

Cast of 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'
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Who can forget the movie that started it all? This is what Miles and Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld).

The film also introduces the Spider-Man characters you thought you’d probably never see, including a black-and-white noir detective, a young girl in a biomechanical suit, and an anthropomorphic pig named Peter Poker who voices the characters. A version is also introduced to the viewer. John Mulaney.

3 “Everything, Anywhere, All at Once” (2022)

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This is arguably one of the best and weirdest movies to hit our screens in decades.fan of spider verse This series can be appreciated for all the elements it has in common with this movie.

From the goofy costumes worn by the goofy cast of characters, to the eye-catching battle scenes, to the jumps from space to space, to the emotional moments that still haunt me years later.very similar the other side of the spiderverseit seems like there’s nothing in this movie that’s supposed to work, and yet it all comes together beautifully.

2 “Happy Death Day” (2017)

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happy death day have some striking similarities with the other side of the spiderverse. This is the story of a young woman who encounters a situation that defies the laws of physics. She must try to survive the situation and survive the looming dangers of her enemies. It’s a similar situation to Miles Morales.

But sci-fi elements aren’t the only thing they have in common. the other side of the spiderversebut it also shows this person struggling to cope with a terrible loss amidst the chaos going on around them, something the Spider-Man character has always been familiar with.

1 “Spectacular Spider-Man” (2008-2009)

Sandman, Electro, Green Goblin, and Spider-Man fleeing Venom
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The series may not have lasted long, but it has definitely left an impression on true Spider-Man fans, who hailed it as one of the best series ever centered around the character.

The show and its eponymous hero are all Spider-Man at their best thanks to top-notch writing, exploration of deep and mature themes, and great performances from the lead actors. Josh Keaton like peter parker.In fact, it’s a role he happens to replay. the other side of the spiderverse.

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