The biggest version yet of the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse poster has been released, and it puts Insomniac Games' Spider-Man right at the front of the pack, implying he'll be one of the more noteworthy Spider-Men.
Last week, Sony released the second trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, showing more footage of Miles Morales' next adventure and revealing a ton of different Spider-people. One of the most exciting of these new Spideys is the Insomniac Games version of the character, whose suit had a small cameo in Into the Spider-Verse and who now makes a full appearance walking alongside another Spidey during the trailer.
Following the release of that trailer, Sony also shared a poster for the film, which revealed a ton of different Spider-people who are going to feature in the film, but mainly focusing on the main Spider-people. Sony then released another version of the poster that added more Spideys into the mix, including Spectacular Spider-Man.
That apparnetly wasn't enough, as a third even more extended poster has now been spotted online by Twitter user SpiderMan3news. This poster includes even more Spider-people and gives a better look at some of the Peter Parker's that were featured in the second poster, as well as some that we've not seen yet like Doppelgänger, Last Stand Spider-Man, a wizard Spider-Man, a werewolf Spider-Man, and more. We also get an even better look at Spectacular Spider-Man after his appearance in the second poster.
Most notably, this extended version of the poster gives us our best look yet at Insomniac's Spider-Man, who can be seen front and centre on the left side of the poster, just a few Spider-people across from Oscar Isaac's Spider-Man 2099.
Although it's possible that he's just been put at the forefront here as he's a recognisable and popular Spider-Man, it's worth noting that most of the Spider-people who are at the front of the poster have already been confirmed to be key players in the story through press releases and merchandise, such as Ben Reilly and Pavitr Prabhakar, who can both also be seen at the front.
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