Spiderman No Way Home: A Look Into The Spiderverse?

With the new phase of Marvel coming into play we are going to see the introduction of the multiverse. This was hinted in Infinity war. The upcoming Dr Strange Multiverse of Madness. While the comics makes heavy use of the multiverse, these hints have fans hooked and speculated. The last Spiderman animated movie appropriately called into the Spiderverse was the boiling point. Marvel may not be holding back into their expansionary phase with the new Spiderman movie coming out.

The rumours

The internet has been trying to connect the dots between all the Spiderman movies. Ever since Sony has allowed Disney the chance to make spiderman movies, we could be seeing the reemergence of the older Spider men. Instagram posts, blogs and Facebook posts have been flooded with people trying to bring all the Spidermen together. Toby Mcguire and Andrew Garlfield have both been great Spidermen and fans have been missing them for quite the while. The cast of Spiderman no way home have Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina. Who are playing their roles from the previous Spiderman iterations. This however is not the cherry on top. During the end of Spiderman far from home we see the return of J.K. Simmons in his role as J Jonah Jameson our favorite angry news editor in chief. This arguably fueled the fans to believe that recurring characters are coming into fill the roles.
The outcome

Marvel has been doing an outstanding job in introducing characters and expanding into a converged storytelling. The new phase of Marvel is quite literally a huge program which will see niche characters being introduced into the limelight. Marvel, ever so incredulous with their hints and post credit scenes have been building their way into a proper universe. We can only hope to see how the movie will do when it releases. Buckle down and watch the magic happen.

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