Images via Spider-Verse movie and Venom movie

Thanks to its fascinating visuals and novel animation technology, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has been nominated for several accolades, including the ‘Best Motion Picture – Animated’ title at the Golden Globes awards. Could it have been improved with the addition of a character, though?

Pushing beyond the film’s boundaries, renowned concept artist BossLogic has pondered what it would be like if ‘Venom’, nemesis of ‘Spider-Man’, were in the animation too.

The illustrator’s concept artworks depict ‘Venom’ as a sinister double of ‘Miles Morales’ from the Spider-Verse film.

One of the character designs is based on the 300th issue of The Amazing Spider-Man comic, which introduced the symbiote for the first time. The other is inspired by the concepts of fan artist Raf Grassetti, who enjoyed the film so much he decided to recreate ‘Miles Morales’ in his own style.

In related news, Marvel fans have been cracking up over a concept artwork imagining Spider-Verse’s ‘Kingpin’ in a live-action movie.

Concept for ‘Venom’ in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (above) VS original cover artwork of The Amazing Spider-Man comic (below)


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BossLogic’s ‘Venom’-themed recreation (above) of artist Raf Grassetti’s ‘Miles Morales’ concept (below)

[via Screen Rant, images via various sources]

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