Morris even wrote Miles Morales’ prequel novel, Wings of Fury, which introduced the Kingpin’s daughter, Echo. Her inclusion in Morris’ novels expands on more of the Kingpin’s mythology and Spider-Man’s street-level heroism, and if the story or side quest wants to bring the Kingpin back and dive deeper into his world like both prequel novels, then Echo would be the perfect character to introduce. But whether Morris will bring her into the game is another matter entirely.
She’s also written a few other novels: there’s ‘Slay’, a best-selling story about a game developer fighting a troll who wants to sabotage her Black Panther-inspired game. created as a safe haven for Black gamers; The cost of being able to talk about a teenager who can see the future; Together, Apart, an anthology of Morris’ love stories about despised enemies for each other, and The Jump, a cryptography competition where teenagers plan to stop an oil refinery. established in their neighborhood.
The common theme in many of Morris’ works is racist and Blackness, with a Miles Morales prequel further exploring what it meant for a Negro child to wear that mask, to get that cloak. We could see that carried over into Spider-Man 2.
But it’s also Morris’s dream to write for video games, so what could be better than a huge fan-favorite blockbuster? There’s a lot of hype surrounding Spider-Man 2, which makes sense since it stab Peter Parker and Morales against Kraven and Venom, two of the iconic – and brutal – villains in their swindler’s gallery.
Morales’ origin story in the comics is very closely related to Venom in particular. It was Eddie Brock and the symbiote that killed his mother, giving Morales a moment of his own uncle Ben. But the path the screenwriters are taking is still unclear – we’ll just have to wait and see.
Peter Parker’s adventures into the metaverse could be so much more.
About the author
https://www.thegamer.com/spider-man-2-insomniac-subnautica-below-zero-writer/ Below the author Brittney M. Morris of Zero