What's Up, Danger? Oh, Just an Into the Spider-Verse Tribute Art Show

A crop of Babs Tarr’s work for a new Into the Spider-Verse art show.
A crop of Babs Tarr’s work for a new Into the Spider-Verse art show.
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The best movie of 2018, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, is now on Netflix and—whether by coincidence or not—an art show celebrating its brilliance is about to open too.

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“What’s Up Danger? The Into the Spider-Verse Tribute Show” kicks off on June 29 at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA. Nearly two dozen artists, many of whom worked on the film itself, have contributed new prints and originals themed around the amazing animated Spider-Man film, and we’re excited to show you just a small glimpse.

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Check them out.

Art by Kevin Hong
Art by Kevin Hong
Art by Sara Kipin
Art by Sara Kipin
Art by Andrew Thompson
Art by Andrew Thompson
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Art by Mars Heyward
Art by Mars Heyward
Art by Eva Eskelinen
Art by Eva Eskelinen
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Art by Nuri Durr
Art by Nuri Durr
Art by Babs Tarr
Art by Babs Tarr
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Art by Mingjue Helen Chen
Art by Mingjue Helen Chen

The show opens at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 29 at 210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801, and will be on display through July 13. Online sales will happen Sunday, June 30 on Gallery Nucleus’ website.

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Into the Spider-verse is one of the greatest superhero films ever.

It’s a film that leapfrogs into multiverse comic book weirdness from the get go and fucking sticks the laanding.

I don’t see how they top this with the sequel. It took the MCU ten years to pull off what Into the Spiderverse did in the first installment.