Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse maker Christopher Miller has responded to a fan-made Spider-Man animation that was shared on Twitter. Sony’s Into the Spider-Verse was released in 2018 and became an instant hit among comic book and easygoing Spider-Man fans alike. The animated feature recounts the story of Miles Morales and his excursion to becoming Spider-Man, with Morales meeting a number of interesting multiverse iterations of the exemplary person along the way when Wilson Fisk (also called Kingpin) tears through the texture of time in an attempt to bring his family back from the dead.
Since its release, Into The Spider-Verse has filled in as inspiration for many specialists and animators. Now, Miller has responded to a fan-made Spider-Man animation that was shared on Twitter, and his appreciation for the work was obvious as he essentially remarked “Blessed moly!!!” The 45-second clip, created by animator David MacKenzie, shows Miles Morales’ Spider-Man in his Into the Spider-Verse suit, looking somewhat confused as it seems he has landed squarely in the center of a battle between Lego Spider-Man and Lego Doc-Ock. Spirits quickly leaps to help Lego Spider-Man in taking down their common adversary, in any event, helping to assemble him back after an especially fierce smack-down from Doc. Check out the clip and Miller’s response below.
Miller’s appreciation for the clip, obviously, comes from his own involvement with Into the Spider-Verse, yet likely additionally from his work on different Lego Movie projects. The clip quickly garnered a ton of attention thanks to Miller’s recognition, with many fans calling for MacKenzie to be hired as an animator for the upcoming Into the Spider-Verse continuation that is currently in production. Only a couple of little details have been revealed regarding the continuation at this time, yet it is relied upon to release in the latter portion of 2022.
The first Into The Spider-Verse film utilized the concept of the multiverse to bring audiences a wide range of versions of Spider-Man, including Peter Porker A.K.A Spider-Ham, Peni Parker, and Spider-Man Noir. Now with this fan-made clip emerging, almost certainly, fans will be calling for Lego Spider-Man to be the following iteration that will bounce over from the multiverse. Since the Lego establishment and Spider-Man are possessed by two different organizations, this could make the odds of a Lego Spider-Man appearance somewhat less likely. In any case, given Miller’s involvement with the two establishments, maybe this hybrid is something aficionados of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse can keep their fingers crossed for in the future.