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Appearing in "The Spider-Verse, Part 3"

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Synopsis for "The Spider-Verse, Part 3"

Spider-Man helps Spider-Knight take down the medieval Dr. Octopus and save York, then helps Miles Morales forgive himself for what happened to Peter Parker in his universe.

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"Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man Web Warriors" - Meet Miles Morales

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Official - Ultimate Spider-Man Web Warriors - The Spider Verse - Spider Knight - HD

Notes

  • Spyder-Knight is voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes (Earth-12041 Electro's voice actor) who voiced Spider-Man in Spider-Man: The Animated Series.
  • Miles Morales was voiced by Donald Glover. In May 2010, a fan suggested Glover for the role of Peter Parker in the then-upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man film, encouraging his supporters to retweet the hashtag "#donald4spiderman". The campaign, originally started to see how far social networking could carry a message, quickly gained a large following.The call for Glover to be allowed to audition for the role was supported by Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee. Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis, who announced an African-American version of Spider-Man a year later, said he had conceived of the character before Glover's campaign went viral. Bendis gave credit to Glover for influencing the new hero's looks; on seeing him dressed as Spider-Man on Community (a nod to the campaign), Bendis said, "I saw him in the costume and thought, 'I would like to read that book.'"[1]


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  • Spider-Knight is a medieval Spider-Man in an armour resembling Spider-Armor MK III.
  • Earth-TRN457 Miles Morales' and Earth-TRN457 Goblin's "Ultimate" titles are obvious nods to the Ultimate Universe.


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Footnotes

  1. Truitt, Brian (26 September 2014). Spider-Man 'can be anybody' - and now he's Donald Glover. USA Today. Retrieved on 29 October 2015.