Doing so in unillustrated word-form might not be the best way to consume an animated movie, but if you reckon you might have a good time flipping through the screenplay for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse like it was a damn novel, that option is now available to you.
Off the back of some startlingly glowing reviews, Sony has decided to release the screenplay for the film for your casual perusal. Penned by Phil Lord (one half of the writing and directing team that brought you Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Lego Movie, and 21 Jump Street) and Rodney Rothman, the 132-page script could potentially tide you over if you really loved the movie but simply cannot spare the cash to go and see it again.
Released this month, Into the Spider-Verse features Shameik Moore as Miles Morales, a (indefinite article very necessary) Spider-Man from Brooklyn with an alive family and the guidance and friendship of a number of other parallel universe Spider-Mans and Spider-Womans (Spider-Men and Spider-Women?).
You can grab the script right here.