This is likely a variant of a fairly common joke in which a comic book fight with accompanying action words start out fairly mundane and slowly dial it up to 11, ending with a nonsense word that doesn't remotely resemble an acceptable sound effect. You can see almost the exact same joke in The Simpsons and a slightly more on-the-nose version in Bat Thumb.
Miles is a graffiti artist
We can see this in the first minutes of the movie when he is doodling in these name tag stickers and putting them around the neighborhood, this pisses off his dad because he is a police officer and graffiti is illegal in New York.
Miles is also a kid, who doesn't have money and permission to buy real paint to paint real graffiti, ...
There are a few hints here and there that there's more to him that immediately meets the eye:
Aaron brings Miles to "a place he knows" for him to paint, which is coincidentally just outside the secret Collider entrance. This area is closed down, and Aaron has never before shown it to Miles, despite them having ostensibly spent much time together; this ...
It's most likely that he hadn't developed it at that time. In the scene where he goes to look at the spider, it shows him getting a wave of his spider-sense, which he had likely never seen before that point.
He is Miguel O'Hara aka Spider-Man 2099.
Miguel O'Hara, a brilliant geneticist living in New York (renamed Nueva York) in the year 2099 A.D. attempts to recreate the abilities of the original Spider-Man in other people and later suffers a related accident that causes half his DNA to be re-written with a spider's genetic code.
End credit scene is elaborated ...
In the movie Gwen mentions that she was warped back a week into the past.
Gwen EXPLODES IN AN ENERGY BURST OUT OF THE COLLIDER.
I was blown into last week.
Literally. I landed in New York.
But not my New York.
*Full script link: https://t.co/CO2EQCKdD3
They share the DNA of the irradiated spider, which is why they were pulled from their respective universes. It's the one thing they all have in common and is why Doc Ock (Or Liv, if you are friendlier with her than I am) says that the fact these extra spider people are here proves her theory will work to retrieve Fisk's wife and son from another universe.
There's a suggestion that this is a throwback to deeper Spider-Man lore from the comics like some of the other references and jokes.
In the video above MovieBob talks about how in the Spider-Man comics there have been instances where Doc Ock and Aunt May have had a thing for one another. At the start it was Aunt May ...
Well, well. THAT'S ALL FOLKS is a trademark.
Check this - Trademark Details
However you can see what the trademark limitations are:
International Class 025 - Clothing, footwear, headgear. - Clothing,
Mark Drawing 1000 - Typeset: Word(s)/letter(s)/number(s) Typeset
But this is a visual trademark which means you can not ...
Applesauce is a term of disapproval from the 1930s. It is a synonym for other words from the era such as malarkey or horsefeathers. It was also a term used to describe crooning lounge singer music. Basically all around it meant something mushy, weak, no substance, etc.
In this scene I took it to mean he defeated his opponent super easily, so it was a dig ...
No official words I can get about it but IMDb claims Malone said this line:
Brooklyn Bystander : [looking at a glitched stoplight] I think it's a Banksy.
Going through official script, only one Brooklynite have a speaking line and it's same as IMDb and you yourself said he was credited as Brooklyn bystanders.
ET Online confirms it:
“Post Malone gets ...
After rewatching the movie again, I realized a visual clue -- a piece of artwork inside Aaron's apartment somewhat says "the Prowler", a literal clue, including a tiger motif, similar to how the Prowler is themed around a ferocious cat tracking down its prey.
From this interview with the 3 directors, Bob Persichetti said (emphasis mine):
For example, all our animation is on twos. In standard film, you shoot 24 frames per second. In old traditional hand-drawn animation, you would draw 12 drawings per second. Every other frame was repeated to give a certain crispness to the movement. If you wanted something to ...
The CCA logo was on almost all the comics so probably it's just a wink to the older viewers of the movie who will recognize the logo almost immediately. However, there is a more obscure reference:
The authority banned horror and monster books, keeping those
characters out of the Marvel universe for quite awhile. They also
banned depictions of drug use ...
CBR.com has a post on this, but it seems to be mostly conjecture. They're saying that the white logo has something to do with Mr. Negative. The red and yellow logo is commonly thought to represent Supaidaman, although it could also belong to Jessica Drew. The black logo on the red background could belong to Spider-Carnage, or alternatively it could belong to ...
The last Spider-man is Miguel O'hara also known as Spider-man 2099, a spiderman from the future, we see him together with his AI Lyla.
Miguel O'hara was a normal world class genius and geneticist, but then 50% of his DNA got rewritten to that of a spider and he became Spider-man 2099
You can read more here
Spider-man 2099 apparently was monitoring the ...
The comic states that the Radioactive spider was created by experimenting on Peter Parker's blood (by Oscorp). However, there is no mention of this in the movie whatsoever.
There are two possibilities:
1) That the spider in the film was also part of some lab experiments based on the blood of Peter Parker of that universe (the one who dies).
2) That the ...
In an interview to the LA Times, the filmmakers said it took four years to complete.
“But,” laughed Miller, looking back on that initial pitch as “Spider-Verse” was swinging into the second week of a successful holiday frame, “only if we can do it about Miles Morales and make it look crazy. And they said, ‘OK.’ Four years and 800 people working on it ...