There is a great deal of excitement as Miles Morales prepares to return to the Spider-Verse.
One of the finest Spider-Man movies ever created, if not the best movie of all time, is generally agreed upon to be the first entry in the Spider-Verse series. With the Spider-Verse 2 release date now here, it should come as no surprise that Wallcrawler fans are already giddy with excitement at the prospect of Miles, Gwen, and the other Web Warriors making a comeback.
Although the new Spider-Man movie hasn’t yet been released, people who are familiar with the MCU and the DC Universe have already begun making plans to see it in theatres. As a result, they have one crucial question in mind: “Does Across the Spider-Verse have a post-credit scene?”
Does Across the Spider-Verse have a post-credit scene?
Surprise (No, not the villain from Spider-Man)! There isn’t a post-credit sequence or even a mid-credit scene in Across the Spider-Verse. Since Endgame, this is allegedly the first Marvel film without any sort of post-credits tease.
The trend of teasing the sequel continued in Into the Spider-Verse as well. Who could ever forget Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Issac) reenacting the iconic Spider-Man pointing at himself meme from the 1960s Spider-Man cartoon?
What does this imply for the next Miles Morales movie? This news will come as a pleasant relief to those of you who don’t want to wait through the credits and pay respect to the hard-working folks who make movies possible (That sound you hear is us ringing the shame bell).