Spider-Man: Miles Morales Bug Turns Miles Into Random Objects

Brenda Watkins
November 22, 2020

Chadwick Boseman received numerous tributes from his Marvel costars and his adoring fans following his death in August from colon cancer.

In the latest adventure in the Marvel's Spider-Man universe, teenager Miles Morales is adjusting to his new home while following in the footsteps of his mentor, Peter Parker, as a new Spider-Man.

Of course, at the moment there is no way to know if the couple is enjoying a pleasant and romantic swinging or if they are fleeing some kind of threat, whether it is from Electro's reincarnation of another of the many rumored villains for the film, such as Mysterio, Green Elf, Kraven the Hunter or even Venomand Morbius.

After completing the game in the credits, Insomniac included a touching tribute to Chadwick.

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In the wake of the untimely passing of beloved Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman earlier this year, creators are continuing to pay homage to him by adding touching tributes in their work. A message appears that reads: "In loving memory of a noble king, Chadwick Boseman". As it turns out, there's a glitch in the game where the character model for Miles gets replaced with random objects.

The street in New York City is 42nd Street and can be located between 1st and 3rd street. Released in 2013, the film launched Boseman into stardom and led to a bevy of other leading man roles like Black Panther. The street is actually the 42nd Street.

In the Spider-Man game for PS4, Stan made a cameo as the owner of Mick's diner.

Anyway, things don't paint anything right for Spider-Man in his third film inside the UCM. The game was a huge hit for Sony and developer Insomniac Games, so it's not too surprising to see Marvel's Spider-Man getting this kind of treatment.

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