Four Spider-Men we want to see in a Spider-Verse sequel

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Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) in Sony Pictures Animation’s SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE.

2. Otto Octavius / Superior Spider-Man

Talking about Spider-Men who aren’t quite good, let’s bring in Superior Spider-Man. He’s a Web-Slinger who isn’t an incarnation of Peter Parker but rather one of his greatest foes. In an attempt to save himself from dying, Otto Octavius transferred his mind to the body of Peter Parker, with the later dying afterward in the decaying body of Octavius. A pretty dark story that created one of the most interesting Spider-Men ever.

After the incident, Otto tries to become a far superior hero than Peter Parker ever was. But such an enormous task can’t be completed so easily, especially if you’re a supervillain. Otto’s intentions are genuinely good, but his technics are quite… well, quite villainous. After all, he’s used to being a bad guy. But what makes him such an interesting character is that he’s trying his best to become a hero. Not all of his decisions are good, but even so, he won’t stop trying.

That keeps up with the theme of redemption and letting everyone now anyone can be a hero if they decide to. Besides, how cool would it be to see a Spider-Man with Doctor Octopus’ arms in the big screen? Just think about all the possible action sequences!