For the past few years, seniors at North Farmington High School, Detroit have used picture day as a good excuse to dress up in quirky costumes and try to out-humour each other, to the internet’s delight.
The same was reported last year for the senior class at North Farmington High School, 2019 who dressed up as their favourite television and movie characters, celebrities, memes, and cartoons to take their high school ID pictures. Their photos went viral and the world fell in love with the NFHS class of 2019. Well, the class of 2020 kept with tradition, and their hilarious school ID photos are currently taking Twitter by storm.
One student repped Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, hoodie, spider suit, and all.
One student- Colin Smith definitely won the comic book portion of the annual contest. To do it, he used a little help from Miles Morales and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. He’s got Miles Morales’ trademark jacket and hoodie from the movie in the frame along with spider web print gloves for good measure. The entire hook-up just makes you smile. One can easily imagine Smith roaming the halls in his costume singing Sunflower by Post Malone. Funny enough, the lyrics to the song from the Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack are right there in his tweet.
Spider-Man might be seeing light at the end of the tunnel
Producer Phil Lord previously told ComicBook.com that they wanted to make a movie that felt like it was the tip of the iceberg indicating to imagine all the other movies/ series that are yet to come. Sony’s CEO has also taken time this year to announce a number of TV series involving Spider-Characters. Sony has contracted with Joaquim Dos Santos, famously of Avatar: The Last Airbender and Voltron: Legendary Defender to lead the next Spider-Verse film
Spider-Man 2099 is said to open up tons of possibilities for different stories that widen the pool of characters available to the team. Sony sounds like they have no reservations in letting the creators explore all the corners of this universe.
Back to #NFID20, if we tried to get away with this at our high school, we’d likely be told to change into our uniforms and stop fooling around, so we have to give kudos to the school officials who allow this to happen—you’re the real cool.