Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse New York City teenager Miles Morales struggles to live up to the expectations of his father, a police officer Jefferson Davis, who views Spider-Man as an imminent threat. Miles is able to adjust to high school and makes a visit to his grandfather Aaron Davis, who takes him to an abandoned train station to draw graffiti. Miles is attacked by a radioactive spider, and develops spider-like powers similar to Spider-Man.
Miles returns to the station to discover a collider constructed by Wilson Fisk. He hopes to connect to other universes to save his wife and also his son, deaths that he blames on Spider-Man. Miles watches as Spider-Man tries to shut down the collider as he fights Wilson’s enemies, including Green Goblin et al. Spider-Man is able to save Miles, but Green Goblin shoves Spider-Man into the collider and causes an explosion which severely injures Spider-Man. Spider-Man offers Miles an USB flash drive designed to disable the collider, warning that the device could devastate the city if reactivated. Miles is following Prowler, fleeing in horror at the death of Wilson.
Miles is determined to be the new Spider-Man while the city mourns Spider-Man’s passing. He accidentally damages his drive when attempting to use his new abilities. Miles encounters Peter B. Parker at Spider-Man’s grave. This is an older, less worn-down Spider-Man from a different world. Miles encounters Peter B. Parker who can emit bio-electrical bursts that are called “venom-blasts”. Peter reluctantly agrees to instruct Miles as a condition to his help in stealing data for an entirely new drive. The two invade Wilson’s research lab and Miles realizes that he is able to disappear. They confront the mad scientist Olivia Octius who informs them that Peter will die from cell decay if they stay within their dimensions.
Miles and Peter get chased by Octavius through the laboratory and forest. Gwen Stacy helps the two. They visit Peter’s aunt, May Parker, who has been sheltered by Spider-people from different dimensions – Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker and Spider-Ham – who are becoming worse. Miles proposes that the collider is disabled to ensure that the Spider-people can return home. But, after questioning Miles and trying to test him the results, they inform him that he lacks experience. In a state of dismay, Miles retreats to Aaron’s home, where he finds out that Aaron is the Prowler. Miles returns to the home of May where Peni has completed his latest drive. He is then followed by Wilson and Prowler. The brawl ensues, and Miles discloses his identity to Aaron at the same time Aaron corners him. Not wanting to kill his own nephew, Aaron spares Miles, however, he is fatally wounded by Wilson. Miles flees along with Aaron, who tells him to go on until he dies. Jefferson arrives at the scene, but Miles escapes, leading Jefferson to mistake Spider-Man as Aaron’s murderer.
The heroes reunite with an angry Miles in his dorm room. Peter is holding Miles hostage to ensure his safety and then he leaves with the other heroes. He decides to quit the group and commit suicide in order to disable the collider. Jefferson arrives at Miles’s door, and assumes Miles doesn’t want to talk to him. He apologizes and inspires hope into Miles. Miles is able to manage his powers, eludes his shackles, and designs his own Spider-Man suit with May’s help. He joins with the heroes and defeats Wilson’s enforcers. He uses the new power to take them back home. Jefferson notices Wilson combating Miles and realizes Miles is his close friend. Jefferson is adamant Miles. He manages to subdue Wilson using his venom-blast, and then throws him to the killing switch. The collider is destroyed.
Wilson Fisk and his henchmen are arrested for their crimes. Jefferson recognises the new Spider-Man and receives evidence about Wilson’s murders. Miles takes on the responsibility of his new life , while the heroes return to their lives within their own dimensions. In the future, Gwen finds a way to connect with Miles from her own dimension.