Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse vs. Spider-Man: No Way Home – The 10 Biggest Differences
As two Multiverse films, each Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and Spider-Man: No Way Home each exhibits their central Spider-Man, Miles Morales and Peter Parker, respectively, dealing with the tribulations caused by interacting with the Multiverse. In Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Miles dips into the Multiverse for the second time, but unlike Into The Spider-Verse, where various Spider-Man variants arrived in Miles’ world, Miles leaves his dimension to follow Gwen Stacy, and the Spot, into another reality. Miles’ decision results in meeting many other Spider-Man variants, and his actions nearly destroy another world when he saves someone who, according to canon, was meant to die.
Both Across the Spider-Verse and No Way Home portray the highs and lows of the Multiverse. But what do these Spider-Man films do differently?