Marvel Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Miles and Gwen T-Shirt
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Power-responsibility score: 6 Uncle Bens out of 10. That horse seems suspicious. Spectacular Spider-Man Image: Sony Pictures What’s their deal?: Spider-Man had spent a full decade in the purgatory of tangled Hollywood film rights before a minor miracle occurred in 2002, with director Sam Raimi finally bringing the character to the big screen as portrayed by Tobey Maguire. Though Maguire himself was considered a surprise choice at the time, he managed to impress audiences with his convincingly put-upon and introverted portrayal of young Peter Parker — notwithstanding his questionable dance moves in Spider-Man 3. The same universal praise, alas, was not bestowed on Maguire’s successor, Andrew Garfield, when Spider-Man was rebooted in 2012 as a surlier, skateboarding, Ultimate Comics-influenced Parker. Nevertheless, both actors returned to warm fan reception in 2021’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, where they pointed at one another accusingly as the memes foretold. Dive into our exclusive collection and discover an array of vibrant t-shirts, cozy hoodies, and collectible Funko Pop! vinyls, each echoing the unique, colorful aesthetics of the Spider-Verse. Bring a bit of this universe into your everyday with our themed home decor, transforming your living space into a comic book haven. Power-responsibility score: 5 Uncle Bens out of 10. Obnoxious monkey, but he went out a true spider. Lady Spider Image: Sony Pictures What’s his deal?: The 2004 Spider-Man: India series was an unusual partnership between Marvel Comics and its Indian licensor Gotham Entertainment that enlisted Indian creators to reimagine Spider-Man in their own cultural context. Thus was created Pavitr Prabhakar, an Indian small-town boy transplanted to cosmopolitan Mumbai who is granted spider powers by an ancient yogi. After he allows his selfishness to take the life of his Uncle Bhim, he devotes himself to the cause of justice, eventually encountering the main Marvel Comics Spider-Man during the 2015 Spider-Verse crossover.
Our premium Spider-Verse merchandise, be it limited-edition action figures or high-quality cosplay outfits, truly captures the magic of this cinematic phenomenon. From gifts that impress to personal treats that add a touch of Spidey to your life, our selection promises to please every kind of fan.What’s her deal?: Maybelle Reilly was the resident of a 19th-century steampunk universe, where she was bitten by her father’s experimental spider, gaining extraordinary powers. Following the death of her father, and learning the value of freedom and independence, May fashioned herself set a mechanical arms (resembling the Iron Spider outfit of our own Spider-Man), and proceeded to venture into multiversal battle at the side of other Spider-People.
What followed was a seemingly endless series of near-cancellations and fan campaigns to keep Spider-Girl alive, ultimately resulting in a series of May Parker books that ran (against all odds) until 2009. She has appeared in comics sporadically since then (almost invariably under the auspices of her original creative team), and retains the affection of her still-dedicated fandom. Power-responsibility score: 9 Uncle Bens out of 10. She’s new, but she’s got the right stuff. Spinneret (in the white and red costume) What’s his deal?: This is merely Spider-Man dressed in the funky skins of the PlayStation video game series launched in 2018. Gamerized versions of both Peter Parker and Miles Morales here make their film debut, in what is no doubt a purely coincidental Sony motion picture production. What’s her deal?: Mayday “May” Parker was the Spider-Girl who was never supposed to live. Created by writer Tom DeFalco and artist Ron Frenz, she was intended initially for a What If…? one-shot in 1998, imagining the teenage adventures of the child of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson. That story met with such unexpected success, however, that DeFalco and Frenz were caught off-guard by Marvel’s request to spin May off into an ongoing series.Power-responsibility score: 8 Uncle Bens out of 10. Peter Parkedcar Image: Dan Slott, Dono Sánchez-Almara/Marvel Comics Power-responsibility score: No Uncle Bens here. Only Bova the talking cow. Hobie Brown/Spider-Punk Image: Cody Ziglar, Justin Mason/Marvel Comics
We all want to be like the amazing spiderman, swing from one building to another and catch bad guys just like flies. You may not have powers like him but one thing you can have is Spiderman Merchandise. Redwolf brings you the coolest collection of spiderman t-shirts, magnets, coasters and much more. Power-responsibility score: 9 Uncle Bens out of 10 (Maguire). 2 Uncle Bens out of 10 (Garfield). Spider-Byte Image: Sony Pictures What’s her deal?: Across the Spider-Verse’s Jess Drew is an original creation, but she owes her name (and overall look) to comic book predecessor Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman. Created in 1976 in a rush to stop an animation studio from grabbing the trademark to the Spider-Woman name, comic book Jessica actually has no real relation to either Peter Parker or Miles Morales, having instead acquired her powers in a bewilderingly arcane origin involving HYDRA, her geneticist father, and possibly a talking cow. Spider-Verse’s Jess is thus a wholesale reinvention of the concept — though comics Jess did famously have a book in which she did superhero stuff while pregnant — that owes a certain debt to her elder counterpart.
Power-responsibility score: 5 Uncle Bens out of 10. We’ll talk when he turns 18. Spider-Man Unlimited Image: Marvel Studios What’s her deal?: Another of the Spider-Totems who were enlisted to help in the multiversal Spider-Verse events, Charlotte Webber is one of the Spider-characters of more recent vintage. She is, however, distinguished for being a rare instance of a hero with a disability, living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, as a result of which she uses a wheelchair or crutches even in the context of her costumed identity.