Since Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse hit theaters last month, fans of the film have been sharing their #spidersona on social media. These creations often imagine the artist as a Spider-character.
Many pros have gotten in on the fun as well; here’s a collection of a few we’ve noticed. You can check out more — many, many more! — on Twitter and Instagram.
“Colonel” Tony Moore of The Walking Dead fame channels his nickname:
Took a minute this mornin’ to hop on the #spidersona bandwagon. Just dumb, or just dumb ENOUGH?
.#spiderman #spiderverse #colonel #kentuckyfried https://t.co/m8KxvLQjYL pic.twitter.com/ryXNBD0kMp
— Colonel Tony Moore (@tonymoore) January 4, 2019
Skyheart creator Jake Parker shares his long-legged creation:
Been seeing so many cool #spidersona designs, I had to do one too.
Got bit by a radioactive daddy long-legs…and well, this happened. pic.twitter.com/afqIxw7VFK
— Jake Parker (@mrjakeparker) January 3, 2019
Stray‘s Sean Izaakse has two different designs (kind of a Superman Red and Superman Blue thing going on here):
And after some actual sleep did some tweaks that made me much happier with the design of my #Spidersona
FYI he was originally red and yellow cos I love Jessica Drew’s Spider-Woman’s original costume so decided to take inspiration from that. pic.twitter.com/oRuVGaeQBO
— Sean Izaakse (@SeanIzaakse) December 31, 2018
Richard Pace brings us Rockabilly Spider-Man:
I saw the #spidersona thing going around with some really charming drawings and versions of Spider-Man, and the notion of an early 50s rockabilly version popped into my head and I had to scribble him out.
Hope y'all like. 🙂🕷🕸 pic.twitter.com/ao1ryoQKW3
— Richard Pace (@rpace) December 30, 2018
Jamie Jones presents “Long Legs”:
I don't do a lot of these internet drawing things but after seeing @katesherron s Spidersona I got inspired to do one of my own. ..
.#bowtieguy #comic #spiderman #spidersona #marvel pic.twitter.com/lBVewSawq0
— Jamie Jones (@ArtofJamieJones) December 30, 2018
While Dave Johnson presents “Long Beard”:
Morning warm up. I gotta blame Mark Brooks for putting the idea in my head as to what my #spidersona would be. pic.twitter.com/oBAcEvQ1j9
— Dave Johnson (@Devilpig666) December 30, 2018
Tim Daniel’s Silver Spider: “Because you’re never too old — for anything”:
Thwip'd the "Art of" book for Into The Spiderverse over the weekend– only a mere couple hundred pages of super inspired spellbinding technicolor head spinning design. Here's my #spidersona! His power is wandering the pavement on breaks w/ coffee in hand dreaming up logos. pic.twitter.com/7QsLZp151H
— Tim Daniel (@TimDanielComics) December 30, 2018
Joe Quinones’ #spidersona is prepared for the cold:
Hi hi. I joined in on the fun with a little #spidersona warm-up. In any universe, I still like knit caps, gloves and denim jackets. pic.twitter.com/7sH5ekADso
— Joe Quinones (@Joe_Quinones) December 30, 2018
George Kambadais’ creation is “just wearing alien tech stuff”:
Here's my #spidersona because @SeanIzaakse asked me to do it! So this is it! No spider powers, just wearing alien tech stuff! Where's yours Sean? #SpiderVerse pic.twitter.com/prp9UFRWzN
— George Kambadais (@GeorgeKambadais) December 30, 2018
Francesco Francavilla hits the ring, lucha libre style:
My #Spidersona pic.twitter.com/myRlL55JHx
— FrancescoFrancavilla (@f_francavilla) December 27, 2018
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