I recently watched Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2018) and was fascinated by the concept of multiple Spider-Men from different dimensions. The film features a variety of Spider-Man versions, each with unique characteristics and backgrounds.

I'm curious to know exactly how many different versions of Spider-Man were depicted in this movie. Additionally, if possible, could someone provide a brief description or list of these different Spider-Men, highlighting their distinctive features or the universes they come from?

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Note: This answer is partly copied from my answer in Science Fiction & Fantasy SE: Who are all the different versions of Spider-Man, Spider-Woman and the alternate universe villains in "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse"?

Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman (returning from Into the Spider-Verse (2018); 2014 Edge of Spider-Verse Vol. 1 #2; Earth-65)

Miguel O'Hara / Spider-Man 2099 (1992 Spider-Man 2099 Vol. 1 #1; Earth-928)

Hobie Brown / Spider-Punk (2014 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #10; Earth-138)

Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman (1976 Marvel Spotlight Vol. 1 #32; Earth-616)

Peter B. Parker / Spider-Man (returning from Into the Spider-Verse (2018)), and his daughter, Mayday Parker.

Pavitr Prabhakar / Spider-Man India (2004 Spider-Man: India #1; Earth-50101)

Margo Kess / Spider-Byte (2018 Vault of Spiders Vol. 1 #1; Earth-22191)

Margo Kess / Spider-ByteMargo Kess / Spider-Byte

Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider (1994 Spider-Man Vol. 1 #52; part of the 1994 Clone Saga storyline; the version that appeared in the film is the Earth-94 version "In this reality, Ben Reilly didn't die at the hands of the Green Goblin, and kept being Spider-Man […]")

Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider

Spider-Man from The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008 animated TV series; Earth-26496)

The Spectacular Spider-Man*

"Insomniac Spider-Man" from Marvel's Spider-Man (2018 video game developed by Insomniac Games; Earth-1048)

Insomniac Spider-Man*

Patrick O'Hara / Web-Slinger, and his horse, Widow (2014 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #9; Earth-31913)

Patrick O'Hara / Web-Slinger Patrick O'Hara / Web-Slinger

Charlotte Webber / Sun-Spider (2019 Spider-Verse Vol. 3 #3; Earth-20023)

Charlotte Webber / Sun-Spider Charlotte Webber / Sun-Spider

Malala Windsor / Spider-UK (Earth-835)

Malala Windsor / Spider-UK Malala Windsor / Spider-UK

Max Borne / Spider-Man 2211 (1995 Spider-Man 2099 Meets Spider-Man #1; Earth-9500)

Max Borne / Spider-Man 2211

Spidercide (1995 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 #399; part of the 1994 Clone Saga storyline; Earth-616)

"Last Stand" Spider-Man (2003 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 2 #58; Earth-312500)

Tarantula (2006 Ultimate Spider-Man Clone Saga; Ultimate Marvel universe / Earth-1610A)

Note: The film uses "Earth-1610A" (with an "A") to differentiate Tarantula’s home universe from the universe of Miles Morales in the Spider-Verse films, which is called Earth-1610 in Across the Spider-Verse. In the comics, both Tarantula and Miles Morales are originally from the Ultimate Marvel Universe, which is also designated "Earth-1610" in the comics.

Peter Parkedcar / Spider-Mobile (2015 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #12; Earth-53931)

Peter Parkedcar, Spidercide, Tarantula, Last Stand, LEGO Spider-Man

LEGO Spider-Man (2012 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes #5; Earth-13122)

LEGO Spider-Man

Spider-Cat (2011 Spider-Island: I Love New York City Vol. 1 #1; Earth-999)


Maybelle Reilly / Lady Spider (2014 Spider-Verse Vol. 1 #1; Earth-803)

Maybelle Reilly / Lady SpiderMaybelle Reilly / Lady Spider

Spider-Man from Spider-Man: Unlimited (1999 animated TV series; Earth-751263)

Spider-Man: Unlimited Spider-Man: Unlimited

Spider-Man wearing Spider-Armor MK I (1993 Web of Spider-Man Vol. 1 #100; Earth-616)

Cyborg Spider-Woman (introduced in the film)

Cyborg Spider-Woman Cyborg Spider-Woman

"Werewolf Spider-Man" (2007 Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness Vol. 1 #5; Earth-7085)

Werewolf Spider-Man

Spider-Man wearing Spider-Armor MK II (2011 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 #656; Earth-616)

Spider-Armor MK II

Mary Jane Watson-Parker / Spinneret and Anna-May "Annie" Parker / Spiderling (2015 Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows Vol. 1 #1; Earth-18119)

Sir Peter Parker / Prince of Arachne (2007 Spider-Man: Fairy Tales Vol. 1 #4; Earth-71004)

Sir Peter Parker / Prince of Arachne

Doppelganger (1992 Infinity War #1; Earth-616)


"Ends of the Earth" Spider-Man, wearing Spider-Armor MK III (2012 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 #682 "Ends of the Earth" storyline; Earth-616)

Ends of the Earth" Spider-Man

"Bombastic Bag-Man" / Spider-Man wearing a paper bag as a mask (1984 Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 #258; Earth-616)

Bombastic Bag-Man

Peter Ptarker / Spider-Rex (2022 Edge of Spider-Verse Vol. 2 #1; Earth-66)

Peter Ptarker / Spider-Rex Peter Ptarker / Spider-Rex Peter Ptarker / Spider-Rex

Spider-Man (1967 animated TV series)

1960s cartoon Spider-Man

Spider-Monkey (2008 Marvel Apes / Earth-8101)

Mangaverse Spider-Man (2002 Marvel Mangaverse: Spider-Man #1)

Spider-Cop (2018 Spider-Geddon; Earth-19119)


Eugene "Flash" Thompson / Captain Spider (1977 What If? Vol. 1 #7; Earth-78127)

Eugene "Flash" Thompson / Captain Spider Eugene "Flash" Thompson / Captain Spider]

Julia Carpenter / Spider-Woman (1984 Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 #6; Earth-616)

Julia Carpenter / Spider-Woman

Metro Spider-Man (introduced in the film) — voiced by Metro Boomin, who wrote music for the original soundtrack of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Metro Spider-Man

Peni Parker / SP//dr

Peni Parker / SP//dr Peni Parker / SP//dr

Spider-Man Noir

Peter Porker / Spider-Ham

Tobey Maguire Spider-Man from Spider-Man (2002)

Tobey Maguire Spider-Man from Spider-Man (2002)

Andrew Garfield Spider-Man from The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Andrew Garfield Spider-Man from *The Amazing Spider-Man

  • Malala Windsor? As in, the British Royal Family? And she's a Muslim? Is she illegitimate, or did she and/or her father convert to Islam and thereby give up their ability to inherit the monarchy?
    – nick012000
    Commented Jan 17 at 12:14
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    @nick012000 There are families called Windsor that are not royalty. In fact, the Royal Family only changed their name to Windsor around 1917.
    – Darren
    Commented Jan 17 at 18:24
  • There's also a version of Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man that shows up in the background that is from The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Game Commented Jun 16 at 14:11
  • @Gothamite24 That's interesting. Do you know which part of the movie that part appears in? I'll try to look it up. Commented Jun 16 at 15:12
  • @galacticninja Don't have a specific time stamp, but it's the scene where all the various different multiverse windows are and you can see it in the background Commented Jun 17 at 16:17

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