Tom Holland has been voted the best Spider-Man in a poll of more than 11,000 Twitter users.
Claiming just over half of the vote, Tom took the top spot with 50.3 percent of people taking part believing that he is the best Spidey in their eyes.
He went up against Tobey Maguire, who came second with 35.5 percent.
Andrew Garfield received 10 percent of votes while Spider-Man's animated depiction in Into The Spider-Verse, Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) took 4.1 percent.
With it being Andrew Garfield's birthday on 20 August, the poll was put out by LADbible (soz, Andrew) and it looks like in the comments, people really have their heart set on their fave.
As it's Andrew Garfield's birthday today (Happy Birthday btw:birthday:), we thought we'd settle the debate once and for all.- LADbible (@ladbible) August 20, 2020
Just WHO is the best Spider-Man? :spider_web:️:spider:️
Seems a bit unfair to not give Andrew the title of top Spidey on his birthday, so here are a few comments from people who think he's still great.
One person wrote: "Andrew Garfield played an absolute brilliant part in hacksaw ridge and is a brilliant actor. Only reason I would say Tom Holland was better at Spider-Man because his age more suited the part."
Another said: "I don't mind any of them but the Garfield movies were awesome. Would've liked to have seen a third and final one."
Someone else quite reasonably pointed out: "I'm not sure that this poll is giving Andrew Garfield the Happy Birthday message you thought he would receive."
Fair point, really.
And for those who voted for Tom Holland, as you probably already know, you have a new Spider-Man movie to look forward to.
However due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's due a little later than first expected.
We were all set to see Tom Holland reprise his iconic role and it was set for release on 5 November 2021, but in July it was pushed back until 17 December 2021.
The third Spider-Man instalment comes after there was a huge plot twist at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
If you remember, Peter Parker was publicly unmasked by J. Jonah Jameson and although fans couldn't agree on the plot twist, it's thought the next film will see Peter become a hero in his own right.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told Comicbook: "It'll be fun to see Spidey back in his element, out of the shadow of Tony, out of the shadow of the other Avengers, as his own man now, as his own hero.
"And yet now facing his own challenges that aren't coming from Avengers fighting, like [Captain America: Civil War], or aliens coming, like [Avengers: Infinity War] or [Avengers: Endgame]. It's all Peter focused and Peter based."