Written By: Angela Rairden Published in August of 2011, Marvel’s Ultimate Fallout #4 would introduce readers to Miles Morales, toted as the “new” Spider-Man, a 13-year-old biracial kid with a Black father and a Puerto Rican mother. Created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, Miles initially debuted to mixed reviews. However, after the unequivocal success of 2018’s animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which featured Miles as its main character, Marvel’s “new” Spider-Man’s popularity shot to astronomical heights, a fact which was further solidified when the character got his own videogame in November of 2020. It became...
While the world has its eyes on Spider-Man, Venom, and the Sinister Six, it’s easy to forget about the future star of the MCU, Miles Morales, whose live-action debut could be lurking around the corner.
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If you trust the rumor and innuendo, Marvel is about to write off Peter Parker. His replacement will be his dear old clone, Ben Reilly, but could it be a setup for Miles Morales to become the one and only Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man?