Spider-Man Is J. Jonah Jameson’s Fever Dream In Creepy Digital Fan Art
This creepy fan art is digital and shows off a Spider-Man version that may be a fever dream to J. Jonah Jameson. Twitter user @Ronaldwookie92 created the art. This strange digital art was posted on Twitter on November 30, 2012.
Born in Malaysia, the artist sticks to original creations that he sells under NFTs. The majority of the artwork is the same style used in Spider-Man fan art. VR Quil is used to create the art before Blender. His original creations range from wild tribal warriors wearing tiger helmets to dragons vomiting flowers. A medieval-looking Spawn is pinned to his banner. The Spider-Man rendering appears to be his only fan art.
The Wookie Art Diarrhea animation shows Spider-Man upside down, in a typical Spidey pose. His webs, which look like barbed wire, are tightly wrapped around him. His web-shooters are another neat feature. They wrap around his wrists similarly to those worn by Scarlet Spider. The animation shows bubbles rising from him and floating upward. The webs also wave, and the animation tilts to show the dynamic Spider-Man pose. His NFTs have a large following. Many were disappointed that the Spider-Man fan artwork would not be available for purchase. It was captioned, “pumped for this movie!” !”
While there have been many monstrous Spider-Man versions in the past, the fan art retains the look and design of Spider-Man’s original character. The costume’s texture gives it a creepy look. Spider-Man looks a lot like a person in biology textbooks, except that their skin has been removed, and only their muscle tissue is visible. It’s easy to see how this Spider-Man costume is made of his muscles—even his signature red and blue scheme.
This Spider-Man version is more creepy and bizarre than frightening, so it’s easy to imagine J. Jonah Jameson seeing this when he closes his eyes. He doesn’t consider Spider-Man to be a frightening creature. Jameson views Spider-Man more as a threat, so Jameson would be apt to view Spidey as just being unsettling and strange rather than monstrous.