The protagonist of the film is Miles Morales, a teenager of Latin and African-American roots who acquires superpowers after being bitten by a radioactive spider. To discover that "a great power carries a great responsibility," the young man will have the help of Peter Parker himself. The pair will join other "male and female spiders" from different universes to contain a group of villains led by KingPin.
Directors Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman have achieved a true marvel of animation. A film that combines all sorts of techniques to translate the language and spirit of the vignettes onto the screen.
From a solid and entertaining script that makes constant references to earlier versions of the movie Spider man and all the topics of the character, going through a gallery of evil people united in a dream team of evil, whose head and body, is that of Wilson Fisk, to a powerful soundtrack, in which you do not measure out of tune with the frames that make up the film, we are faced with an unblemished bill production, a breath of fresh air within the lively world, one before and after the genre.
Then of course the charisma and empathy of all the arachnid versions, each with its style and style, a diverse team of superheroes, an irresistible team whose members refer to anime, classic comics, newspaper strips and even the animated follies of television cartoons.
Spider-Man: A New Universe It's the closest thing to an animated comic. A fast-paced, adrenaline-filled rhythmic tape, a cinematic experience that will unite the new generation of viewers with the retro backyard of the famous "trepamuros".