In a review of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse: The Art of the Movie by Artbooks Reviewed on Youtube, a new deleted location from the movie has been revealed.
In Marvel Comics, “The Bar with No Name” is a recurring location that appears in various storylines.
It is a secret gathering place where supervillains and other shady characters meet to socialize and network.
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It serves as a neutral ground where villains from different factions can come together without fear of reprisal. It is a place where villains can relax, share information, form alliances, and engage in general debauchery.
The bar is located in an abandoned subway station. See the official artwork for the location by Tiffany Lam and Patrick O’Keefe below.
The location has appeared in several Marvel comics, including various Spider-Man titles, Punisher stories, and other series featuring street-level heroes.
You can read the description of the location, as given in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse: The Art of the Movie, below:
Even hardened supervillains need a safe place where they can drink their cares away in the company of Spider-Man’s ever-growing number of enemies.
First introduced in Captain America no 318 (cover-dated June 1986), New York City’s Bar With No Name is precisely such a spot.
Located in an old abandoned subway station, the Bar is where we see Spot interact with Hammerhead and some of the other bad guys while the tough-as-nails bartender Delilah keeps an eye on him and encourages him to stand up for himself.
Incidentally, the shady underworld types are not allowed to practice their superpowers while they’re on the premises.
Spot, however, breaks the rules by showing off some of his portal-creating skills to Grizzly, Jack O’Lantern, Hammerhead, and some of the shady types at the joint.
Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is now playing in theaters.