What Are Miles Morales’ Powers in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’?

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse might feature a whole team of Spider-Men/Women/People, but make no mistake, this is a Miles Morales film. For fans and critics who have been itching to see Miles on the big screen, this is huge. He’s very much the focal point of the movie, and seeing him grapple with new abilities, alternate realities all while balancing high school makes for a great storyline. He even has a few powers that no other Spider-Hero has, and he’ll get plenty of opportunities to show them off throughout the near two-hour runtime. So, what are Miles’ powers?



He’s not called Spider-Man for nothing. After he’s bitten by the radioactive spider in an abandoned subway tunnel, Miles quickly learns that he can stick to things as it causes trouble for him in school. He struggles to control his powers, but eventually he’ll be crawling up walls at every opportunity. It’s made clear that he’s not the most agile of teenagers, making clumsy awkward movements as he pretty much trips over his own feet. Luckily, thanks to the superpowers he’s jumping through the air and dodging danger at every turn.

With a little help from an aging Peter Parker, Miles masters the art of web-slinging, but not without hitting signs, lampposts and even a train before learning to glide through the streets of Manhattan. To be fair to Miles, in the most recent trailer Pete only gives him one web-shooter to learn with when hurling him off a balcony. Talk about throwing him in at the deep end. Like all the rest of the Spider-Heroes in the film, he also has Spider-Sense – warning him of danger briefly before it happens. Spider-Sense will quite literally be a life-saver during the many fights in the film, especially since Miles isn’t a trained fighter… Yet. It also helps him recognize other people with the same powers… Spider-Friends!


Venom Blast

He might have all the usual Spider-Powers, but he also has a vicious ability which gives him the edge over his opponents. Miles’ ‘Venom Blast’ uses his own biochemistry to attack other people. Crazy. We’ll get it out of the way right now, it has nothing to do with the Venom symbiote, it just happens to share the name. The ability also doesn’t have anything to do with a venomous liquid – it’s actually a huge electric charge that Miles can disperse from his hands when he’s touching something or someone.

Much like the rest of his abilities, it will take some time before he’s able to master it. In the comics, he accidentally used the blast for the first time on another teenager who was trying to steal his bag. That’s a shocking lesson the would-be-thief won’t forget. And once he’s more familiar with his powers, he can even transform his bio-electricity into a physical string of energy he can use in fights. We wouldn’t want to be on the end of that lasso. There’s no doubt that Miles will be able to use his Venom Blast against his enemies throughout Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.



Miles comes with a few extras that make other heroes jealous. Arguably his most interesting power is being able to turn completely invisible. And although it’s initially played for comedy as we’ve all seen in the trailers, it will become an essential asset to Miles in keeping him alive in his superheroics. The older Peter Parker is just as surprised as Miles at first, and is then instantly jealous that he can’t do it. The dynamic between the two really does look interesting. It first starts to show as a fight-or-flight response in a situation when Miles is scared or feels embarrassed. Remember when Jessica Alba first started showing her powers as the Invisible Woman in the 2004 version of Fantastic Four? It’s very similar.

When Miles’ powers started to manifest after the spider bite, he was trying to hide from his Dad. They didn’t see eye-to-eye on Miles’ friendship with his Uncle Aaron (A.K.A. The Prowler) and were having an argument about it. The young hero was trying to hide from his Dad after their brief fight, and quickly noticed that he was actually becoming invisible. After that, Miles quickly fled. Although when he jumped over two people moving out of their house, he turned invisible again while mid-air. Miles Morales everyone; hide and seek champion.

You can see Miles’ powers for yourself on the big screen when Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse swings into theaters on December 14.

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How Miles Morales and the Spider-Verse Heroes Got Their Powers

Spider-Man, Spider-Ham, Spider-People. Sony’s brand new animated adventure, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, brings us a whole roster of Spider-Heroes that are getting their big screen debut. In each universe there’s a different version of the Spider-Man we all know, and this movie throws them all together. Expect crazy costumes, unique origin stories and a quest to save every single reality in the Spider-Verse. But who are these new Spider-Heroes and how did they get their powers?

Peter Parker

Let’s get the obvious hero out of the way, Peter Parker. Everyone’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. If after three different live action franchises, several animated TV shows and thousands of comics, you don’t know his origin, it’s quite simple. He was bitten by a radioactive Spider and has the ability to climb walls, sense danger and also has super strength. Jake Johnson voices an older Peter in the movie who’s been Spidey for quite some time.

Miles Morales

Voiced by Shameik Moore in the movie, Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man after the death of Peter Parker in the Ultimate Comics Universe. He’s bitten by a spider engineered with Peter’s blood after his death. The spider had crawled out of a bag carried by Miles’ uncle, Aaron Davis, when he visits Miles at his family’s apartment. Aaron Davis is also known as The Prowler, and had actually broken into Oscorp when the Spider crawled into his bag. Is it a coincidence The Prowler has a role in the movie? Definitely not.

In the comics, Miles originally wore a red and blue Spider-Suit like Peter’s, before being told it was in poor taste. Nick Fury gifts the young hero a black and red suit, cementing his role as the new Spider-Man.


What if Peter Parker never became a hero, and the radioactive spider bit someone else in his class? Say hello to Spider-Gwen. That’s right, in an alternate universe Gwen Stacy becomes the wall crawler, and she’s known as Spider-Woman or Ghost Spider.

On Earth-65, Peter Parker wanted revenge against his high school bullies, and experimented on himself to become The Lizard. His fight with Spider-Gwen ultimately led to his death because of the toxic chemicals in his body. Talk about re-spinning the story…

Spider-Man Noir

Peter Parker is a light-hearted hero considering every tragic thing that’s happened to him. In the Marvel Noir universe, Spidey exists during the Great Depression in 1933, except he’s not that fun. When Peter begins working with Ben Urich at the Daily Bugle, he scopes out a shipment of stolen antiques. One of the antiques smashes, releasing a horde of spiders. When Pete’s bitten, he dreams of a Spider-God and later awakens with super powers.

After the deaths of both Uncle Ben and Ben Urich, Peter vows end organized crime in his city, and dons a black costume like every dark brooding vigilante. Lighten up Pete, it’s not all bad – you’re voiced by Nicholas Cage!

Peni Parker + SP//Dr

Are you a fan of huge fighting robots? Peni Parker might just be your new favorite hero. She’s a Japanese-American student adopted by Aunt May and Uncle Ben after her parents died. She’s inducted into a program where she pilots the SP//Dr robot by using a mental link with a radioactive spider. She fights huge monsters and also another robot called VEN#M. It’s like Pacific Rim meets Spider-Man, and we love it.


There’s no easy way to say it, the original Peter Porker used to be a spider before he was bitten by a radioactive pig, May Porker. He then became a pig with Spider-Powers, because that’s just how the Marvel Universe works. There’s no way of taking him seriously, and this is probably one of the silliest characters Marvel has ever produced. Even Howard the Duck has credibility!

His universe is full of other animal alternate heroes, like Captain Americat, Goose Rider and Black Panda. Luckily, John Mulaney will be playing Spider-Ham as silly as possible. Talk about saving your bacon.

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