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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at FIU chapter.

It’s no secret that Spider-Man is everyone’s favorite superhero. You don’t have to know the superhero lore to know who Spider-Man is. The web-slinger has been engraved in everyone’s mind since they were children. Spider-Man fans will be happy to know that the franchise is only getting bigger.

The anticipated movie of the year is Spider-Man: No Way Home. Tickets went on sale on Spider-Monday aka Cyber Monday, at 12:01 a.m. Theaters couldn’t handle it as their websites crashed and fans had to fight to get tickets. Fans had to find alternatives to get tickets whether it meant to go to the movie theatre to pay for physical tickets, stay up until the websites were fixed to nab tickets, or just wait out the storm. Scalpers even joined in on the fight as they managed to get tickets and are now selling it for hundreds and thousands of dollars. The movie is expected to be the highly anticipated movie of the year and is expected to break box office records. 

The long-awaited sequel of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse finally has a release date and fans got to see the first look at Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part One. You read right, Part One. Just that part alone got fans excited about what to expect in the film. The first look started right where they ended Into the Spider-Verse with Gwen opening a portal to Miles’ bedroom and asking him if has a minute, except fans were able to notice that they are both older now. As the first look progresses, fans see Miles go through various multiverse portals and see him encounter Spider-Man 2099. Fans went wild and know that the possibility of being left in a cliffhanger is highly expected. They can’t get enough.

Not to mention that earlier in September, Insomniac revealed a trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 game. It has an estimated release date of 2023 and fans couldn’t be more excited for this game’s release. Fans thank the Insomniac game developers for making the best Spider-Man game they’ve ever seen and can’t wait to see what they’ve done with the game.

Welcome to the years of the Spider. 2021 will give fans Spider-Man: No Way Home. 2022 will give fans the animated film Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part One. 2023 will give fans a game where they can play as Peter Parker and Miles Morales and fight against Venom.

We’re in the Spider-Verse.

Chelsea Alexandra Marino is a senior at Florida International University, majoring in journalism. She is also pursuing a certificate in music business. Her passions include music, soccer, video games, and Marvel movies.