According to a Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse idea, Miles Morales’ new outfit is devastating in a secret way. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse featured Shameik Moore’s Miles Morales, who was visibly older and more mature in the follow-up. Miles returned for another multiversal adventure. That was to be expected because in the first movie, Miles had to step into the shoes of the deceased Peter Parker from his universe and save the multiverse with the aid of his companions. The emotional experiences Miles had throughout his first multiverse voyage, as well as his call to action, all contributed to his maturity, which was evident in the sequel. In a video speculation posted to TikTok, @dvmb_4ss identified a potential hidden source of inspiration for Miles’ new attire in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Red lines can be seen on Miles Morales’ sequel suit, which extend from his thighs to his armpits, then to his forearms and hands. A Marvel fan noticed that Miles’ Uncle Aaron, who perished in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, had comparable lines on his Prowler outfit, which led to the discovery of the very sad detail. It’s probable that Miles opted to alter his attire in remembrance of his adored uncle.
A scene in the movie focuses on the youthful Spider-Man’s new outfit when Miles, Gwen Stacy, and Pavitr Prabhakar first encounter Hobie Brown, alias Spider-Punk. Looking at Miles’ updated suit, Hobie makes fun of it by joking that the new red lines on it should be bleeding from Miles’ armpits. When Miles is subsequently seen by Jake Johnson’s Peter B. Parker at the headquarters of the Spider Society, the incident is replicated. When Miles raises his arms to examine it more clearly, Peter remarks once again that it appears as though he is bleeding from the armpits. Peter then quickly spins Miles and assures him that they will get him a new suit and that he shouldn’t worry about it. Even though Peter subsequently doubled down on Hobie’s joke regarding Miles’ new suit, the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse suit idea makes the remarks much worse. If Miles truly did alter his Spider-Man costume in memory of his deceased uncle Aaron, then remarks about how he appears to be gushing blood from his armpits take on a far more scathing tone. If the new suit idea is accurate, then the other Spider-Men unintentionally added to Miles’ trauma as Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse frequently depicts Miles as recuperating from his uncle’s death.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News