Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse there was a love letter to comics Spider-Man for years, and since he was released just months after the death of the co-creator, Stan Lee, he succeeded in hefty emotional punch.
As was tradition, Lee also came in the film. It seems after the death of Peter Parker, and his first lines – almost poetic way – "really going away from me." The late Marvel writer then gives his first Spidey suit to Miles Morales, passing the torch in a sequence that was a fitting tribute to Lee, his contributions to the comics, and Marvel fans around the world.
Josh Beveridge, the animated character one on Sony's Into the Spider-Verse, spoke with WhatCulture recently and showed how cameo (s) Lee came.
"There were lots of good ideas, but when they came ashore on the comic bookshop while giving Miles his outfit, he felt it was so important totem, and there was no idea that came to be wise." a role that was important to the story – it was just a cherry on top – he threw the story forward. "
Of course, it is probably known that those who were keeping up with Spider-Verse after their release had the sequence in Stan's Collectibles on the screen. It really shows the many other cases around the film, and according to Beveridge, there is a very simple reason for the reason for this.
"When the character was built, of course, the animation team – we can not help ourselves – of course, we are hiding it all over the place. Hide it – it's less than a pixel in places! "
Lee can be seen stepping over Miles and Peter after touring the subway in New York, and in various other places. Choose Beveridge to pay particular attention, however, and it is because it is so hard to find it.
"Specifically, it's a good thing … the end of the film, where Miles is in full swing, and swings over a train quickly and [Stan] Spidey ‘thwip! there ',' where one frame! '
Stan Lee left an indelible mark on Spider-Man's heritage, so he is essentially intertwined in Spider-Verse DNA in his working scenery as a little more tribute – though not so spectacular – a tribute to him.
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