Across The Spider-Verse’s Spider-Man 2099 Is A Great Antagonist Because He Has A Point

This post contains spoilers for “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.”In “Spider-Man: Scross the Spider-Verse,” it’s a year after Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) destroyed the collider that helped stabilize the Multiverse, and he must embrace the responsibilities of becoming Brooklyn’s only Spider-Man.

The kid does so with unbelievable dedication and gusto — perhaps a bit too much because as he stretches himself thin while balancing his public and private personas, the weight of his double life is taking a swift toll on him.

To complicate matters, a new villain emerges in the scene, harboring a vendetta against Miles for a string of unfortunate reasons, forcing Miles to once again step up to the demanding mantle of balancing great power with even greater responsibility.However, this new big bad, known as The Spot, turns out to be the least of Miles’ problems.

When Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) suddenly approaches him for a mission related to The Spot,…

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