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SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE 2018 Animated Film
  • Dr. Olivia Octavius: Our universe is, in fact, one of many parallel universes happening at the exact same time.

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  • Airlines
    • Flyaway Airways
      • Airline advertised in New York City.
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Premium Apartments
      • Apartment building in New York City.
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • FLDSMDFR
      • The Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is visible floating around in the dimensions chaos in one of the supercollider scenes.
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • A Very Spidey Christmas
      • A Christmas album by the Spider-Man in Miles' universe.
  • Banks
    • Pink Bank
      • Bank in New York City.
    • The Trust US Bank
      • Bank in New York City, also known as TUB.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Belmont
      • There is a band poster for Death Water on Miles' dorm room wall, advertising a concert at The Belmont on December 17.
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Koca-Soda
      • Alternate version of Coca-Cola advertised in New York City.
    • Porka-cola
      • Soda seen behind Spider-Ham on the Uncle Frankfurter's Hot Dog stand during the credits.
  • Books-Fiction
    • Babylon Blood Cloth
      • Fictional novel advertised on top of a taxi cab in New York City by real life author Marlon James. Book review: "This book is falloff good stuff"
    • Custer In Purgatory
      • Fictional novel advertised on the side of a bus in New York City by real life author George Saunders.
  • Books-Other
    • Physics
      • Generic textbook Miles carries around at Visions.
    • The Web Of Our Liberty
      • Book on the back cover of one of the True Life Tales of Spider-Man comic books, as part of some sort of pyramid scheme. Text: "Everybody and Everyone… Do you know at least 10 people? Want to make at least $50.00 - or perhaps $100.00 to $200.00 in your spare time?"
  • Bookstores
    • Bendis Used Books
      • Bookstore in New York City.
    • Edgar Books
      • Bookstore in New York City.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Fisk Tower
      • The Kingpin's supercollider was built under Fisk Tower.
    • The Spider-Cave
      • Spider-Man's underground lair, hidden beneath Aunt May's house, in Miles' dimension.
  • Bus Lines
    • Go Bus
      • Bus line in New York City.
    • Hudson Valley Explorer
      • Also known as HVE, bus line Miles and Peter B. Parker ride to Alchemax Labs.
  • Butcher Shops
    • Meats To Eat
      • Butcher shop in New York City.
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Queens Presbyterian Church
      • Church in New York City.
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Nueva York
      • Future version of New York as seen in the end credits scene featuring Spider-Man 2099 traveling back in time to Earth-67.
  • Clothing Stores
    • Big Diesel Cuts
      • Clothing store in New York City.
    • Old Victor
      • Alternate version of clothing store Old Navy in New York City.
  • Coffee Shops
    • Foam Party
      • Coffee shop in New York City.
  • Comic Books
    • Imagine That...
      • Comic book that Miles' roommate is reading when all the Spider-Men are trying to hide from him, The Ultimate Marvel Universe version of Marvel's What If? "Imagine That… There Was More Than One Spider-Man."
    • Peni Parker Sp//dr
      • Fictional comic book title shown when Peni Parker tells her story.
    • Spider-Ham
      • Fictional comic book title shown when Spider-Ham tells her story.
    • True Life Tales Of Spider-man
      • Fictional comic book title about the real Spider-Man in Miles' dimension.
    • The Two Spider-men
      • Fictional comic book title featuring Peter Parker and Miles Morales.
  • Communications Companies
    • Cabin Fever Production Code
      • The approval stamps on the True Life Tales of Spider-Man comic books in Miles' dimension are from the "Cabin Fever Production Code" instead of the real world "Comics Code Authority".
  • Corporations
    • boom
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • ghy
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • LJW
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
    • WON
      • Corporation name on a building in New York City.
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • The Red Man Group
      • Alternate version of the Blue Man Group advertised in New York City.
  • Essays and Reports
    • Great Expectations
      • Autobiographical essay by Miles Morales.
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Best Burger
      • Burger joint in New York City.
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Uncle Frankfurter's Hot Dogs
      • Hot dog stand seen behind Spider-Ham during the credits. Signs on the building include: "Famous New York style", "We relish your business" and "World famous since forever"
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Greeny Vend
      • Snack food vending machine at Miles' Visions school, presumably filled with healthy snacks.
  • Financial Services
    • Crazy Cash
      • Financial service, dubbed an "Investment opportunity of a lifetime" on cable television, one of the dicey money choices Peter B. Parker mentions during his One last time alternate dimension story. Alternate version of Mad Money.
  • Fire and Rescue Services
    • NYFD
      • New York Fire Department - alternate version of FDNY in Miles' universe.
  • Food Companies
    • Fish Industries
      • Boxes seen in the background when Spider-Ham tells his home dimension story.
  • Furniture Stores
    • Sleepy Co.
      • Mattress store in New York City.
  • Gangs
    • The Spider Gang
      • Spider-Man Noir dubs their little team the Spider Gang while they're fighting The Kingpin's thugs at Aunt May's house.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Zac's Fish And Vegetables
      • Grocery store in New York City.
  • Hardware Stores
    • Jerry's Paint
      • Hardware store in New York City.
  • Healthcare-Other
    • QDD Health Place
      • Health service in New York City.
  • High Schools
    • Brooklyn Visions Academy
      • Elite charter school that Miles attends in New York City.
  • Laboratories
    • Alchemax Labs
      • Kingpin's technology company. Private technological campus located at 1 River Road in Hudson Valley, NY 12463. Originally from the Spider-Man 2099 comic book series.
  • Menu Items
    • Spider-burger
      • Menu item at TGI Spideys, called "slightly overdone but not inedible" in the Daily Bugle Review. Comes with Spider sauce.
    • Spider-web Nachos
      • Menu item at TGI Spideys, mentioned in the Daily Bugle Review.
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Web Fluid
      • Mixed drink at TGI Spideys, called "too viscous to be refreshing" in the Daily Bugle Review.
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Venom Strike
      • Miles is able to emit what looks like some sort of an electrical charge, which can either be used to incapacitate a foe.
  • Middle Schools
    • BMS
      • Brooklyn Middle School, Miles' old school before transferring to Visions.
  • Movies
    • Clone College
      • Fictional spin-off of real Clone High TV series that's advertised in New York City.
    • From Dusk Til Shaun
      • Alternate version of From Dusk Til Shaun (From Dusk Til Dawn meets Shaun of the Dead) advertised in New York City.
    • Hold Your Horses
      • Movie featuring Seth Rogen advertised in New York City (tagline: "Riding High in the Saddle"), which Phil Lord and Christopher Miller explained in a CinemaBlend interview. Phil Lord: "Hold Your Horses is actually a sequel to an earlier Seth Rogen jockey film.” Chris Miller: "It's about an unlikely jockey just trying to make his way in a world of tiny people."
    • One Small Step
      • Alternate version of the movie First Man, advertised in New York City.
    • Spider-Man: The Motion Picture
      • A Will Gluck film, from the Alternate Universe Cut.
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Baby Showers
      • Fictional sequel to Bridesmaids that's advertised in New York City.
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Red Ex
      • Alternate version of Fed Ex in Miles' dimension.
    • USB Express
      • Alternate version of UPS in Miles' dimension.
  • Musicians
    • Death Water
      • There is a band poster for Death Water on Miles' dorm room wall, advertising a concert at The Belmont on December 17.
    • The Mary Janes
      • Band featuring Mary Jane, advertised in Times Square in Spider-Gwen's universe.
  • Newspapers
    • The Daily Beagle
      • Spider-Ham is a photographer for the Daily Beagle.
    • Daily Bugle
      • Headline on the copy seen near Spider-Man's grave: "Spider-Man Dead". Restaurant review of TGI Spideys seen in Peter B. Parker's One last time alternate dimension story with the headline: TGI Spideys is Disgusting)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Fisk Family Foundation
      • The Kingpin's foundation.
  • Planets
    • Earth 14512
      • Home to Peni Parker, Sp//dr, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 1610
      • The Ultimate Marvel universe, home to Ultimate Peter Parker and Miles Morales, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 616
      • The Marvel Prime universe, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 8311
      • Also known as Larval Earth, home to Spider-Ham, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
    • Earth 90214
      • The Marvel Noir universe, visible on the controls for the dimensional portal.
  • Police Departments
    • PDNY
      • Police Department of New York - alternate version of NYPD in Miles' universe.
  • Programs and Projects
    • AFHC Experiment V.1324
      • The name of Dr. Olivia Octavius' supercollider project, as seen on her computer screen.
  • Recipes
    • Honey Glasered Pig Roast
      • Dr. Craw-Daddy intends to cook Spider-Ham into an interesting entree (from the Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham short Caught in a Ham on the DVD)
  • Record Stores
    • Records
      • Generically named record store in New York City.
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Charlie's
      • Restaurant in New York City.
    • Planet Inglewood
      • Alternate version of Planet Hollywood in New York City.
    • Romita Ramen
      • Restaurant in New York City, named for Spider-Man artist John Romita.
    • T.G.I. Spideys
      • Spider-themed restaurant, one of the dicey money choices Peter B. Parker mentions during his One last time alternate dimension story.
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • Fish N Chips
      • Generically named restaurant in New York City.
  • Sporting Events
    • The RedEx Invitational
      • Golf tournament advertised in New York City, featuring real world basketball player Stephen Curry, presented by RedEx.
  • Sports Teams-Other
    • New York Red Sox
      • Alternate version of the Boston Red Sox.
  • Stores-Other
    • Stan's Collectibles
      • Comic book shop where Miles buys his Spider-man costume, featuring a cameo by Stan Lee. "No returns —or— refunds EVER!"
  • Theater Productions
    • Hi, Hello
      • Alternate version of John Mulaney and Nick Kroll's stage show Oh, Hello, advertised in New York City.
    • Kitten Heels
      • Alternate version of Broadway musical Kinky Boots, advertised in New York City.
    • Noize Boyz
      • Alternate version of musical Jersey Boys, advertised in New York City.
  • Toy Products
    • Cowboy
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
    • Hero Guy Suit
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
    • Mr. Tomato Head
      • Alternate version of Mr Potato Head, advertised in New York City.
    • The Spider-Man
      • Miles buys his Spider-Man costume at Stan's Collectibles. Stan Lee: "It always fits… eventually."
    • Vampire
      • Costume sold at Stan's Collectibles.
  • TV Stations-News
    • NNC
      • Alternate version of TV station CNN that reports on Spider-Man's death: "New York's Hero, Spider-Man, Found Dead at 26".
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 10
      • Local TV station featuring 10 NY news team. "News you can count on".
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • The Spider-Mobile
      • Also known as Peter Parkedcar. Spider-Man's spider-themed dune buggy looking thing, seen in Spider-Man's Spider-Cave.
  • Vehicles-Other
    • Spider-Cycle
      • There's a motorcycle in Spider-Man's Spider-Cave that looks like the "Spider-Man Wheelie Cycle" toy.
  • Websites
    • Backrub
      • Alternate version of Google advertised in New York City (Backrub was Google's original name).

    • Picaboo
      • Alternate version of Snapchat advertised in New York City (Picaboo was Snapchat's original name).
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