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Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse is easily the best Spider-Man film of all time with one of the best main protagonists. I just couldn't resist doing this proposal.

What's the work?

Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse is a 2018 animated film produced by Sony Pictures focusing on a teenager known as Miles Morals who must face an evil crime lord known as Kingpin to stop him from possibly destroying the entire multiverse.

Who is Miles? What has he done?

Miles Morales (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) is the main protagonist of the film. He is a teenager in Brooklyn who is struggling with having to go to a new school for extremely smart students, missing his old friends and old school. This causes him to have a slightly strained relationship with his father. Miles wants to fail out of school. Miles i close with his uncle Davis and when hanging out with him one night, is bitten by a mysterious spider.

Miles then encounters Spider-Man who is battling Kingpin and Green Goblin to stop Kingpin from possibly destroying the multiverse while trying to bring his wife and son back. After Spider-Man is seriously injured, Miles is forced to take a "goober" from him to stop Kingpin. Spider-Man is tragically killed by Kingpin, much to Miles grief. Miles then begins training and meets another dimension version of Spider-Man, Peter Parker (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse). The two sneak into Alchemax facility to get a laptop and learn of Kingpin's plans. Miles refuses to leave Peter behind, unwilling to let Spider-Man die again. The two are rescued by Gwen Stacy (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) and then go to Aunt May's house. Miles comforts her and apologizes for failing to save peter. The trio then meet three other Spider-Men from different dimensions, Spider-Man Noir (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Spider-Ham (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) and Peni Parker (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse).

Miles decides he will deactivate Kingpin's collider so the other Spiders can make it home. However, they are attacked by Kingpin's minions and it soon turns out, the Prowler, who has been hunting Miles, is his uncle Davis. Miles begs for Uncle Davis not to kill him and it works, only for him to get fatally shot by Kingpin. Miles take shim to safety and Davis encourages Miles before he dies.

Although the Spider-Men comfort Miles, they attempt to leave him behind for his safety due to thinking he isn't yet ready, telling him he needs "a leap of faith". After having an emotional talk with his dad, Miles get his costume ready and heads to fight Kingpin. Miles saves Peter B from Doc Ock and saves Gwen from falling the portal. Miles stops the collider, saving the dimensions from collasping into each other. He says his good-byes to the Spider-men and they head home. Peter B. initially hesitates but Miles tells him to go home for his safety, encouraging him to have a "leap of faith".

Miles does battle with Kingpin. Miles is motivated to kee fighting after seeing his dad watching and defeats Kingpin with "the shoulder touch" (Hey). Miles hits the button with Kingpin, finally destroying the collider. Miles then calls his dad and admits how much he loves him (even hugging him in his Spider-man costume). He then turns in Kingpin, alive, to the police. Miles then becomes the new Spider-Man of his dimension.

Goodness Zone?

Miles passes the admirable standard pretty easily. He helps the other Spider people to save the multiverse from possible destruction, stops Kingpin from destroying Brooklyn (saving thousands of lives) and saves many people as the new Spider-Man. He is shown to be a kind and heroic individual, even trying to save Uncle Aaron after finding out he is the Prowler. Miles easily stands out.

Corrupting Factors?

He initially had a strained relationship with his dad but this improves by the end of the film and even before then, they never held any hostility or hatred towards each other, they just had disagreements. He was initially annoyed with Peter. B as his mentor but showed he truly cared for him, refusing to leave him alone out of fear for his life and encouraging him to go him and reconile with Mary Jane. Although he wanted revenge on Kingpin for murdering Uncle Aaron and his dimensions Spider-Man, he never once expresses a desire to kill Kingpin, even trying to reason with him in the final battle when he sees alternate dimension versions of his family ("Is this what you want man?") and turning him in to the police alive.

Final Verdict?

I give Miles an easy yes.

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