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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse features versions of Spider-Man from various parallel dimensions. Are all of these "new" dimensions, or are they intended to be existing-dimensions within the Marvel multiverse of comics, films, etc.? In other words, are any of the Spider-People we see from established Marvel universes (e.g. Earth-616, Earth-1610, Earth-199999, Amazing Spider-Man universe, etc.), or does this movie exist outside the continuity of any other Marvel storyline?

For example, is

The older, divorced, somewhat overweight thirtysomething Peter Parker

supposed to represent a future Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man, or some other version of Spider-Man?

To be clear, I'm not asking about what works inspired this movie, I'm asking to what extent it exists within the continuity of those previous works, as opposed to just being inspired by it.

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  • This is a great question, but I wish you'd also included the four named villains besides the alternate spidermen. Some or all of those villains must have appearances in earlier media too.
    – b_jonas
    Dec 26, 2018 at 18:39

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The stinger has appearances from:

Spider-Man 2099 and the Spider-Man from the 1967 cartoon.

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    While Peter B. Parker did have some scenes out of the Raimi films, he had artificial web slingers - in the Raimi films, Spider-Man generated webs organically. Dec 18, 2018 at 1:11
  • @RobertColumbia: I've amended my answer to include your comment. I could have sworn I saw a "from the director" comment about the source of the character, but I'm having no luck.
    – FuzzyBoots
    Dec 22, 2018 at 13:45
  • @Ynaught - I see that you've submitted an edit to this answer to correct what you see as a factual inaccuracy. Instead of editing someone else's answer though, I'd recommend posting what you believe to be the correct information within a separate answer of your own. That way, you're not altering the intent of someone else's post, and you give yourself the opportunity to earn some reputation. Jun 4 at 14:29
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    @FuzzyBoots - What this user posted before was more of a question than an answer. But with some reframing of the first paragraph, the removal of the second one, and the addition of the sources they've attempted to edit into your answer here, they certainly have enough now to write a decent answer to this question. Jun 4 at 15:01
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    Incidentally, that second paragraph could be reframed into a decent question as well. But it absolutely should be posted as a question, not an answer. Jun 4 at 15:05

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