“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is as much a celebration of everything Spider-Man as “The Lego Batman Movie” was for Batman. It revels in everything that is glorious, emotional, bizarre and dumb about everyone’s favorite webslinger, from simply swinging around New York and the quips to the heroic tale of overcoming personal tragedy. Yet, it feels holey unique with its wide variety of Spider-men and women, while toting a spectacular visual style that uses a comic book style with remaining as vibrant as New York itself. This is the most accessible animated superhero movie, and it deserves every bit of praise towards its animation and world building.
Final Grade: A –