Miles Morales is a bright kid from Brooklyn. His intellect has taken him to an institute for talented kids. And he wants to go back to his neighborhood and his life … until a radioactive spider bites him. And it becomes Spider-Man. The second, because Spider-Man already exists. It will not be the last. This is how it starts Spider-Man: a new universe, a fascinating animated film that will hit theaters on December 21, and that surprises with its animation, far from the prevailing one and that makes numerous winks to the language of the comics. It also contains two tributes to Steve Ditko, co-creator of Spider-Man who died on July 6 and probably the last work of Stan Lee, which appears in a cameo with a phrase.
Spider-Man: a new universe plays with the idea of parallel worlds, in which there are other spider men of very diverse condition, time and even race, who end up meeting in this. Many screenwriters had gotten involved in the film, and it is co-directed by three filmmakers, facts that gave some fear. But the result is much more than entertaining, as you can see in this sequence starring Peter B. Parker (voiced by Jake Johnson).