Bleeding Cool ran a vast collection of #Spidersona images posted online in the wake of the release of Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse. People creating their own spider-people, some extensions of themselves, other cool new looks and power sets for extra-dimensional Spider-folk.
A few were late to the party. But we did have a lot of time for The Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore’s own Spidersona, Posting on Facebook,
With a few entertaining responses from fellow professionals.
Laura Martin Literally, for-realsies brilliant AND ridiculous all at the same time!
And if you think it’s all just a bit of fun, think otherwise. I understand that a number of comic book publisher talent searches – including from Marvel – has been using the #spidersona hashtag to find new comic book talent. And a number of individuals have been approached… here are some recent prominent examples of the kind of talent on display.
— greesty 🦇 (@Grresty) January 4, 2019
— ✨Truth is, I am Iron Man✨ (@spidertams) December 31, 2018
— Lauren (@DankFantasy) December 29, 2018
Thanks for being super accepting of my spidersona, twitterverse. Here, have some more of her. 💖 pic.twitter.com/Cr1J2G92me
— 🍌 banana 🍌 (@bananacatlah) January 4, 2019
— ✨chofana✨ (@chowithdots) December 30, 2018
— FAYRA (@fayrabits) December 29, 2018
Friends: We should all make a #spidersona !
— Jordan Bradley🔥 (@TalunsArt) December 29, 2018
— ❄️Fsnowzombie❄️ (@FSnowzombie) January 2, 2019
( shoots noodles, feeds the homeless, literal big bowl o’ramen ) #spidersona
mourning the tragic loss of his Uncle Bento, he’s out to fight the crime of hunger!! pic.twitter.com/vXt6C5AVnu
— Steve Poole (@stephenpoole_) December 30, 2018
FINALLY got to see Into the Spider-Verse the other day (ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!), and had to do my own #Spidersona inspired by my love for all things ghostly and glow in the dark stuff.
I really, really love glow in the dark stuff! pic.twitter.com/RhEiYq9Kwc
— Jack Lawrence (@JLawrence_Art) December 29, 2018