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Redditor Finds Inhumans Easter Egg In Spider-Man: Miles Morales

It might be easy to forget because Marvel’s Avengers is a thing, but Marvel’s Spider-Man is in its own universe. However, that universe is connected to a greater superhero world, as evidenced by a reference to the Avengers (Yes, it’s still there). Miles Morales’ first adventure on his own keeps up that tradition by adding a new easter egg.

The first Spider-Man game had a statue of a big dog on Wall Street instead of the bull that exists in real life. That dog is Lockjaw, the Inhumans’ resident teleporter. The Inhumans are a group of heroes that live on the moon and got their powers from aliens. Not typically the type to cross paths with the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, but Lockjaw’s appearance suggests that PS4 Spidey still exists in the great big Marvel universe.

That Lockjaw statue exists in Spider-Man: Miles Morales as well. But it turns out Lockjaw has more fans out there, as one redditor found a second, smaller Lockjaw statue in one of the game’s hideouts.

With Marvel’s Avengers not doing so hot, maybe Insomniac will get the go-ahead to expand the PS4 Spidey universe to include more Marvel heroes. They’re already there, apparently, giant teleporting dog and all.

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