Today, two new movie posters for Spider-Man: Homecoming were unveiled and they’re the perfect way to surmise this new web-slinger: just relax.

We initially got our first look at Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in last year’s Captain America: Civil War. He was one of the highlights of the movie and was very well-received. These new posters perfectly capture the essence Spider-Man’s youthfulness and playful attitude.

The first poster shows him lying down with a yellow coat and some over-the-ear headphones on listening to some tunes. The Avengers Towers ascends in the background, which probably hints at Tony Stark’s role in the movie. He was responsible for building the tower in The Avengers and we saw Iron Man featured in the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer. The caption the accompanied the poster on Twitter was: Homework can wait, New York can’t.

The second poster is not as fun. It could be swapped for a Spider-Man post from the Tobey McGuire trilogy or the Andrew Garfield movies; it’s pretty generic. In the second poster, Spidey is climbing on the A from the Avengers Tower with the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center dominating the New York skyline in the background. It’s caption reads: Straight A superhero.

This Spidey will probably be the coolest Spider-Man yet

Given everything we’ve seen from Spider-Man, he looks like he will be the funnest Spidey to date. It’s quite refreshing to see a new take on the web-slinger after there were five movies of him, but Sony and Marvel are doing a damn great job of exploring a new side of his.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is in theatres July 7.