where and in what order to watch the movies and series of the Marvel character

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The emergence of Spider-Man’s multiverses in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has made it clear to us that Marvel’s spider-hero movies form a more or less consistent whole thanks to the virtues of multiple universes. We have compiled all of them (and the series), and we tell you where to see them. And also how, because although it seems obvious, surprises, traps and tricks that must be taken into account for a well-digestive viewing must never be ruled out.

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Release chronological order and where to see them

These are all the Spider-Man movies and series in chronological order, from Raimi’s (the previous ones were, in fact, remakes of episodes of the television series) and the animated series that were anticipated until the last ones released, and where they can be seen in streaming. We have included his appearances in the rest of the MCU and the officially considered spider-verse movies although the hero has not yet made an appearance of him, which are the two from ‘Venom’.

Order by sagas

Until the arrival of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and its ordering of all the Spider-Man movies since 2002 into a single multiverse, each actor other than the arachnid was understood as a new incarnation of the same character. So this is still the most rational way to order the Spider-Man movies.

Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man

in 2002 kicked off the new Spider-Man franchise, with Tobey Maguire bringing the hero to life, and Sam Raimi behind the scenes. The success not only meant the continuity of the hero’s films more or less indefinitely until today (and what remains), but together with ‘X-Men’ it revolutionized the way of understanding superhero cinema and laid the foundations for the current MCU that predominates today in theaters and box offices.

  • ‘Spider-Man’ (2002)
  • ‘Spider-Man 2’ (2004)
  • ‘Spider-Man 3’ (2007)

Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man

After the departure of Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire, it was decided to give the franchise a more intimate and dramatic touch, with Marc Webb directing and Andrew Garfield starring. The result is two films that did not perform as extremely well at the box office as Sony would have liked, and that also did not have the full support of the fans, so they did not have continuity, although time has ended up giving them back some of the affection of the fans that they did not have in their day.

  • ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ (2012)
  • ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Power of Electro’ (2014)

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man

Spider-Man’s arrival in the Marvel Universe occurred in a massive fight between heroes in ‘Civil War’. Always linked to the figure of ‘Iron Man’, this new Spider-Man played by Tom Holland has ended up winning the sympathy of fans becoming the highest-grossing incarnation of the hero of all time, despite initial reluctance with Holland’s portrayal, which returns him to his youthful origins in the comics.

  • ‘Captain America: Civil War’ (2016)
  • ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ (2017)
  • ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ (2018)
  • ‘Avengers Endgame’ (2019)
  • ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ (2019)
  • ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ (2021)

Sony’s Spider-Verse: Venom and Morbius

The start of Sony’s Spider-verse, which is now prolonged with ‘Morbius’, started with ‘Venom’, a film received irregularly due to the ups and downs of tone of the production itself. However, its box office and low cost prompted a sequel and Sony’s decision to continue exploiting the universe of the hero’s villains. He will continue to do so, supposedly, in a movie about Kraven scheduled for early 2023.

  • ‘Venom’ (2018)
  • ‘Venom: There will be slaughter’ (2021)
  • ‘Morbius’ (2022)

All the Spider-Man games ranked from worst to best

animated spider-man

The best Spider-Man movie and perhaps the best superhero movie of all time is this splendid animated film that raises the issue of the multiverse in an infinitely more satisfying way than ‘No Way Home’ and that already has two sequels planned. It will be a story divided into two installments that will start next year and that will return us to Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, Peter Parker and the rest of the delusional incarnations of the character.

As for the rest of the animated series, it’s a shame that (just like the seventies series), lhe foundational animated series of the hero of the sixties and eighties are not on any platform, but otherwise they are all more or less accessible via streaming. Including the two excellent ones from 1994 and 2008, superior to any live-action film in our opinion.

  • ‘Spider-Man and his amazing friends’ (1981)
  • ‘Spider-Man’ (1994)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (1999)
  • ‘The Spectacular Spider-Man’ (2008)
  • ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ (2012)
  • ‘Marvel Spider-Man’ (2017)
  • ‘Spider-Man: A new universe’ (2018)
  • ‘Marvel Spidey and his super team’ (2021) You can see it on Movistar +

The emergence of Spider-Man’s multiverses in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has made it clear to us that Marvel’s spider-hero movies…

The emergence of Spider-Man’s multiverses in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has made it clear to us that Marvel’s spider-hero movies…

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