Over the last fifty years, hundreds of artists have contributed to the expansive mythos of Marvel’s Spider-Man. Countless animators, artists and actors have helped tell Spidey’s story. A new fan-made retelling of a classic Spider-Man cartoon captures the wall-crawler’s eclectic history while infusing it with styles that you’ll probably never see in an official adaptation.
The “Spider-Man Re-Animate” project features the work of over 70 artists edited into one 12-minute episode. The project itself reimagines an episode of the 1967 “Spider-Man” animated series titled “The Vulture’s Prey.” Produced by Grantray Lawrence Animation and shared on Vimeo by editor Ron Doucet, the short features a mash-up of wildly diverse animation styles ranging from computer animation to stop motion, from the cute to the weird.
The short was originally screened at Canada’s Nocturne at Night arts festival — meaning that audience was the first one to see what cannot be unseen: Spider-Man twerking.
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