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The latest Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse trailer hinted that an important member of Miles Morales’ family will die in the sequel. In every Spider-Man story, the web-slinging protagonist suffers a tragedy in order to become the hero that the world needs Yapper snapper crapper where would you like it art t-shirt Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse showcased this plot point when Miles Morales’ uncle, Aaron Davis (as the Prowler), died. While Davis’ death helped Miles’ growth into Spider-Man, there’s still a chance that someone close to him will bite the dust in his next adventure. In fact, Spider-Verse 2’s senior character animator Ere Santos teased that the sequel is “not a kid’s movie,” potentially indicating that something tragic will happen.
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Spider-Verse 2’s latest trailer strongly hinted that Jefferson Davis will bite the dust, implying that his death is inevitable. In fact, this isn’t the first time that Jefferson Davis met his demise during Miles Morales’ heroic rise as Spider-Man. In Insomniac’s Spider-Man video game, Jefferson died protecting New York against a bomb threat from Mister Negative’s Inner Demons Yapper snapper crapper where would you like it art t-shirt It’s possible that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is taking inspiration from the game. Moreover, the strong emotional relationship between Miles and his dad was at the crux of the first movie, and seeing the latter’s death would definitely be devastating for the former and the audience. On the flip side, there’s a chance that the footage of Jefferson falling to his death is a vision or a bad dream of Miles. Spider-Verse 2 could surprise everyone if the sequel killed off Rio Morales instead of Jefferson Davis.Interestingly, Rio’s death already happened in Marvel Comics when she was accidentally shot by a police officer in Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #22. Whatever the case, Miles is poised to experience tragedy in his next big screen outing.