Spider-Man: Web-Warriors Episode 2: Spider-Man Miles Morales

Close out the 10th Anniversary of Miles Morales with the next installment of Web-Warriors! While Spidey is gone, Miles takes up the responsibility of finding the next candidate for the Web-Warriors. Little does he know that he's about to come face-to-face with another Miles Morales!

I wanted to close the year with a tribute to Miles since this is his 10th Anniversary. In a previous video, I laid out my history with the character. I feel close to him, and I was all too proud to make a video where Miles meets Miles! In a world where we've seen several versions of Peter Parker interact, I thought it would be unique to see what Miles thinks of himself from another universe!

This being the Gamerverse Miles Morales, of course I included several little Easter eggs that anyone who has played the game will surely pick up on!


Miles states that he saved the city from an unstable Nuform reactor. Fans of the game will recognize this as the dangerous substance being exploited by Simon Krieger to power Roxxon Plaza. Before that particular reactor exploded, Miles was able to absorb the energy and release it high above the city.

The Tinkerer

Miles's friend Phin Mason was Insomniac Games' version of the terrible Tinkerer. With high-tech weapons and an army of followers called the Underground at her disposal, the Tinkerer wrecked havoc on Harlem in an all-out war with Roxxon. Luckily, as stated in the video, Miles was able to stop her, though it cost him his friend.

Chase of Goose

In the first Marvel's Spider-Man PS4 game, there were some levels where you played as Miles before he had his Spidey-powers. One of these was a terrifying game of hide-and-seek with the Rhino! Rhino, annoyed that he couldn't find you (if you were good at the game) stated that he hated the "chase of goose". So in Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, I guess Miles remembered this because he brought it up to rile up Rhino, just like in the video!


Yes, traditionally Miles is from Brooklyn. But in the game, after his father died in the events of Marvel's Spider-Man, Rio moved herself and Miles back to her hometown of Harlem. Miles was a bit uncomfortable with the move at first, but as time went on, he came to love, and protect, his new home.

Teo's Bodega

Along with Harlem came a supporting cast of residents that by the end of the game were referring to Miles as "our Spider-Man", as he states in the video. Teo is one of these residents, and he has a cat. Named Spider-Man the Cat. Which made for a very fun alternate costume for those of you who have unlocked it in the game.

Well, that's it for me True Believers! More Web-Warriors will be coming in the new year, as well as new episodes of Return to the Spider-Verse. Until then, happy 10th Anniversary to Miles Morales! I can't believe he's been around for so long! It feels like just yesterday I picked up Ultimate Fallout #4 off the shelf! So what'd you guys think of the video? Who else do you want to see in Web-Warriors? Let me know below, and until next time, Face Front True Believers, and I'll see you in the Multiverse!