The worlds of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and One-Punch Man collide in new artwork for the film's limited edition home release in Japan. The artwork hails from One-Punch Man artist Yusuke Murata, who evokes the wonder of Spider-Man's world.
Uploaded onto the film's official Japanese Twitter account, the image -- which will be featured in card form with the releases -- features Spider-Verse protagonist Miles Morales front and center. He has his mask partially removed, almost as if to look the viewer in the eye.
Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker and SP//dr are also featured in the image. All of them join Miles as they swing through the New York skyline, with the light of the sun shining in the distance. Aside from having a true Spider-Man feel to it by emanating the kinetic energy of the characters' movements, the image also manages to make the Spider-Verse cast work in the art style of One-Punch Man.
Another Twitter user translated the text from the original tweet into English:
Another Spider-Man movie, another flawless Japan-only Spider-Man illustration signed “One-Punch Man” and “Eyeshield 21” manga illustrator Yūsuke Murata!— ジジ (@GHennequin) June 6, 2019
Special bonus illustration for the Limited Edition of Spiderverse’s bluray/dvd/UHD release in Japan.
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