Across the Spiderverse is currently taking the world by storm with its stunning animation and beautiful story, definitely increasing Spiderman’s popularity. Still, Spiderman isn’t the only superhero that could use an animated movie featuring multiple versions of them. Here are four more superheroes that could use the Spiderverse treatment.

#1 Batman

Credit: Warner Bros.

While there are multiple Batmen in the live-action Flash movie, Batman’s animated history is almost as deep as his live-action one. If any other superhero has enough alternate versions to rival all the Spidermen in Across the Spiderverse, it would definitively be Batman.

There have been rumors of a Batman Beyond live-action movie pretty much since the animated series ended over 20 years ago, so why not finally give Terry Mcginnis his due (and even bring Will Friedle back to voice) and make him the Miles Morales of a Batverse series featuring many of the different variations of Batman including Vampire Batman, Lego Batman (voiced by Will Arnett again), Flashpoint Batman (Thomas Wayne) Damian Wayne Batman, Knightfall Batman (Jean-Paul Valley) and maybe even redeem the cancellation of the Batgirl movie by casting Leslie Grace as Batgirl or Helena Wayne (the alternate universe daughter of Batman and Catwoman) who could serve as a love interest for Terry.

Numerous actors have voiced Batman over the years, so it would be fun to see a lot of them come back, including Diedrich Bader, Jensen Ackles, and maybe even a voice cameo from the sadly departed Kevin Conroy. Also, on the villain front, actors like Mark Hamill and Danny Devito could be brought back to voice versions of Joker and Penguin, respectively.

#2 Hulk:  

Source: Marvel Unlimited. Hulk #42, Patch Zircher and Rachelle Rosenberg. © 2008 MARVEL

The Hulk hasn’t had his own solo live-action movie since 2008’s  The Incredible Hulk, but there’s no reason he can’t thrive in the animated realm. A spider-verse-esque Hulk movie wouldn’t even necessarily have to dive into the multiverse as a lot of the different versions of Hulk are just the different personalities of Bruce Banner, from Savage Hulk to Professor Hulk and even Joe Fixit, aka Gray Hulk so a Hulkverse movie could either take place inside Bruce Banner’s psyche or have all his personalities separated from his body with room for She-Hulk, Red Hulk (General Ross), Red She-Hulk/Harpy (Betty Ross) and Doc Sampsons to make appearances. I would also love to see Rick Jones take on a decent-sized role after being neglected in live-action form. With the movie potentially dealing with various Banner/Hulk personalities, a character like either Devil Hulk or the recently introduced Titan could serve as the villain

#3: Ghost Rider:

Source: ABC Studios/Marvel Television. Gabriel Luna as Ghost Rider.

Much like the Hulk, there hasn’t been a proper Ghost Rider movie for over a decade since 2011’s Spirit of Vengeance, so a definitely mature animated feature might be the ticket. It would probably focus on the three main Ghost Riders: Johnny Blaze, Danny Ketch, and Robbie Reyes, with other Ghost Riders such as Ghost Rider 2099,  Cosmic Ghost Rider, and Ghost Rider 10,000 B.C. also appearing

#4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:  

While this has kind of been done with the television movie Turtles Forever, which brought the turtles from the original animated series and the 2006 reboot series together in 2009, why not a proper theatrical movie (even a sequel) that brings them together with the teams from the Nickelodeon series, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the 2007 animated movie and maybe even the soon to be released Mutant Mayhem movie. There could also be cameos from the live-action movies as well as the appearance of both the forgotten female turtle: Venus De Milo, and Michaelangelo from the popular Last Ronin comic series. While it would be a long shot, 2024 is the 40th anniversary of the franchise, so why not celebrate with a movie bringing all incarnations together

Bonus: Superman and/or Wonder Woman:


While they don’t have as many variations as their DC counterparts, Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are still iconic characters that could use the Spiderverse treatment. Why not combine the idea with the Batman movie? Have a film exploring the friendship between Batman and Superman or all three of them across the multiverse

What do you think? Would you like to see any other superhero get the spider-verse treatment? Which ones? Let us know in the comments.