After raking in nearly $700 million at the global box office, Sony's record-breaking animated film is now available for digital purchase, offering fans a chance to fully appreciate the sequel's Multiversal surprises.
Andrew Garfield's Spider-Verse Role in HD
The fact that the scene was directly lifted from the 2012 film (minus the digital red-hue) isn't only a callback to Garfield's Spider-Man history but reconfirms his journey's relevance and its canonicity.
Now that the animated sequel has left the big screen, fans can truly appreciate Spider-Verse's homage, particularly through these HD looks.
The Start of Andrew Garfield's Spider-Verse Story?
Now that fans are able to own Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, a number of other Multiversal references, live-action connections, and Easter eggs are expected to come to light.
Long before Spider-Verse 2 debuted, there were rumblings and hints about roles for the live-action web-heads.
Now that Maguire and Garfield crossed paths with Tom Holland's Spidey in Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans are expecting the live-action Spider-Man worlds to collide with that of animation.
In fact, Garfield himself alluded to his Spider-Man as being "reinvigorated" following his No Way Home experience and the "endless potential" for his character.
Whether that potential will actually be explored in Spider-Verse 3 or in another film altogether remains to be seen, especially since the Sony threequel was recently delayed.
But in the meantime, fans can revisit Andrew Garfield's Spider-Verse debut now that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has finally come home.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is available now for digital purchase; the film's Blu-ray hits store shelves on Tuesday, September 5.