The Spider-Man Multiverse is a vast and expansive world that has become a cultural phenomenon, invading the box offices of comics, cartoons, television and cinemas. Peter Parker’s Spider-Man is potentially the greatest comic book character there is, and there’s plenty of evidence to back it up. He’s been reinvented, reinvented, and even mentored another young Spider-Man over the years. Spider-Man is not only an incredible comic book character, but also a proven movie magnet, and his villains have caused a stir in the film industry as well. Today, FandomWire will rank the best Spider-Man related movies from worst to best (12 to 1) and explore the pop culture impact of the Spider-Man multiverse.
Morbius is by far the biggest misstep of any Spider-Man related movie, so much so that it returned to theaters and still failed. This movie had so many factors that negatively impacted it between leaks, a bad attempt at a traditional Marvel post-credits scene, and an incredible amount of delays.
11. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
This ranking may ruffle some feathers as the ending is considered one of the boldest conclusions of a superhero movie, but it just doesn’t hold up in terms of quality or representation compared to other Spider movies. -Man. It’s certainly no better than its predecessor.
10. Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a solid sequel to a great villain feature, but it just lacks the landing in some areas to keep it mid-level. Harrelson as Carnage is fantastic, but even he couldn’t elevate the storyline or the use of a character as powerful as Carnage.
9.Spiderman 3 (2007)
Spider-Man 3 is the perfect example of studio interference affecting your product. This film would be masterful if it weren’t for the downside of having too many villains (to sell toys) and becoming a bloated project. If you remove Harry Osborne’s screenplay, this movie rises significantly in the ratings.
8. Venom (2018)
Venom is a great example of creating a distinct franchise based on a popular villain. This movie is hilarious, action packed and hits the mark. It’s no better than the top 7.
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7. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
The Amazing Spider-Man holds a special place in many people’s hearts, and understandably so. There are plot holes, but it’s a really good Spider-Man movie. Andrew Garfield isn’t straight from the Spidey Tom Holland page, but he brings a great take nonetheless.
6. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
A phenomenal introduction to Tom Holland as the MCU’s post-Civil War spidey that really landed with audiences but also delivered some incredible sequels.
The Spider-Man Multiverse wasn’t even a thought back in 2002 when we got our first Spider-Man movie, and it’s a surefire classic! This film is in the top five overall picks, but some things haven’t aged quite as well as its sequel. Just the start of the Spider-Man multiverse.
4. Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
Tom Holland continues to shine in the franchise and Jake Gyllenhaal has a masterful performance. And that ending?! It’s cinema.
3. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
A Miles Morales-focused poster featuring Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker, and Peter Porker iterations (2018)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse is universally considered the best animated version of Spider-Man. Miles Morales is cemented as a respected Spider-Man character after this movie.
2.Spiderman 2 (2004)
Often in the conversation about the best superhero movies of all time, it takes second place due to how it put together the biggest Spider-Man crossover event of all time.
1. Spider-Man: No Coming Home (2021)
The Spider-Man Multiverse came to a head with this one. Everything a longtime Spider-man fan could ask for, wrapped up in one movie. It’s the culmination of three film franchises and sets the stage for a second trilogy for Tom Holland’s Peter Parker.
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