Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse New York City teenager Miles Morales struggle to fulfill the expectations set by his father, Jefferson Davis who views Spider-Man as a threat. Miles is able to adjust to the prep school and makes a visit to his grandfather Aaron Davis, who takes him to an abandoned train station to paint graffiti. Miles is attacked by a radioactive spider, and acquires the spider-like abilities of Spider-Man.
After returning to the station, Miles finds an collider created by Wilson Fisk, who wants to gain access to parallel universes to reunite his former wife and son who’s deaths which he blames on Spider-Man. Miles is watching as Spider-Man attempts to stop the collider while fighting Wilson’s henchmen Green Goblin et al. Spider-Man helps Miles however, Green Goblin shoves Spider-Man into the collider, causing an explosion that severely wounds Spider-Man. Spider-Man gives Miles a USB flash drive specifically designed to stop the collider, warning that the machine could destroy the city if reactivated. Miles follows Prowler and flees in terror at Wilson’s death.
Miles attempts to portray the role of the new Spider-Man while the city mourns Spider-Man’s death. He accidentally damages his drive when attempting to make use of his new powers. In the Spider-Man’s grave Miles encounters Peter B. Parker Peter B. Parker, an older and damaged version of Spider-Man from a different world. Miles meets Peter B. Parker, who is able to emit bio-electrical bursts that are known as “venom-blasts”. Peter is reluctantly willing to instruct Miles in exchange for help in stealing data for an alternative drive. They invade Wilson’s research facility and Miles realizes that he is able to disappear. They are confronted by the insane scientist Olivia Octavius, who finds out that Peter will die from the process of cellular decay if left in their dimension.
Chased through the laboratory and the surrounding forest by Octavius, Miles and Peter are saved by Gwen Stacy, a Spider-Woman from a different dimension. Peter’s aunt May Parker who is a refuge for Spider-people from other dimensions – Spider-Man Noir and Peni Parker – each of them declining. Miles proposes that the collider should be shut down so that the rest of the Spider-people can return home. After questioning Miles and trying to test his abilities and examining him, they tell him that he lacks experience. Miles is devastated and goes to Aaron’s residence which he discovers Aaron is the one who prowls. Miles returns to May’s house in which Peni has finished his latest drive. He is followed by Wilson and Prowler. The brawl ensues, and Miles reveals his identity to Aaron just as Aaron is threatening him. Wilson fatally shoots Aaron who is unable to murder his nephew. Miles flees along with Aaron and Aaron tells him to go on until he dies. Jefferson arrives, and Miles disappears. Jefferson mistakenly believes that Spider-Man is Aaron’s murderer.
At Miles’ dorm, the heroes regroup with Miles. Peter holds Miles hostage to ensure his safety and then he leaves with the other heroes. He decides to leave the group and commit suicide to deactivate the collider. Jefferson appears outside Miles’s door and, assuming that Miles isn’t interested in talking to him. He apologizes and inspires hope into Miles. Miles manages to control the powers of the spider and escapes his confines. May helps him create his Spider-Man costume. He joins with the heroes and defeats Wilson’s enforcers. He uses the new drive to send them home. Wilson engages Miles, attracting the attention of Jefferson who recognizes that Miles is on his side. Jefferson is able to encourage Miles, who subdues Wilson by using his venom-blast. He is thrown at the kill switch, which destroys the collider.
Wilson Fisk and his henchmen are arrested for their crimes. Jefferson recognizes the new Spider-Man as an hero being given evidence of Wilson’s killings of Peter and Aaron. Miles accepts the responsibility of his new identity while the heroes return to their former lives in their respective dimensions. Gwen is able to find a way to allow Miles to communicate with her in her own dimension.