Strange New Spider-Man Trailer Drops And, Yes, Marvel Is Officially Going There

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When Is No Way Home coming out?

Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be released on Dec. 17, only in theaters. The film will be the fourth Marvel movie to debut in 2021 after a year of no releases from the superhero studio. PolygonFirst Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer tears open the multiverse

Who leaked Spider Man no way home?

The long-anticipated trailer features Parker after the events of 2019's "Spider-Man: Far From Home." The student/superhero is living in a disrupted world where his secret identity has been revealed by villain Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal), including to his girlfriend MJ (Zendaya). USA TODAY'Spider-Man: No Way Home' trailer drops after leak; Peter Parker seeks Doctor Strange's help

Is Willem Dafoe in no way home?

Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer reveals Willem Dafoe return as Green Goblin. The IndependentSpider-Man: No Way Home trailer – fans react to Willem Dafoe return as Green Goblin

Is Tobey Maguire in the new Spiderman movie?

when he makes pronouncements about his new film, it's hard to take it completely at face value. Choose your path, then, when he tells Esquire that former Spider-suit-fillers Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire will not be appearing in the third MCU Spider-Man movie. EmpireTom Holland Says Tobey Maguire And Andrew Garfield Are Not In The Third MCU Spider-Man Movie

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Spider-Man's New 'What If...?' Series is Making a Major Change

Screen Rant 24 August, 2021 - 02:40am

Marvel recently revived it's beloved What If…? comic line with the five-part miniseries Spider-Man: Spider's Shadow, and that story's shocking conclusion just set up a bold new direction for the classic title. Spider's Shadow already shook up What If...?'s typically single-issue narrative structure by expanding its storyline through multiple issues, but now it seems even more new ground will be broken with an eventual return to this storyline's diverging timeline.

The What If…? comics have historically acted more as fun, hypothetical remixes of famous storylines rather than as lush alternate universes meant to be explored any further. As a result, writers have been free to be as creative and offbeat as possible when finding new ways to reinvent Marvel's classic characters and stories. But what if these intriguing alternate realities weren't contained to just one issue or miniseries? What if the diverging choices made in one What If...? storyline snowballed into a brand new universe of comics, unchained from the 616's stringent continuity? It seems reasonable to assume that Chip Zdarsky and Pasqual Ferry's Spider-Man: Spider's Shadow #5 is setting the stage for exactly this kind of future.

The audacious miniseries that asked "what if Spider-Man had kept his black suit long enough to be corrupted by it?" quickly turned into one of the darkest Spider-Man stories ever put to print when the traditionally friendly neighborhood hero began killing off his rogues gallery one by one. By issue five, Peter Parker is redeemed to an extent, but the irreversible damage is done. Reed Richards is dead, J. Jonah Jameson and Eddie Brock are on a new path of redemption, the Kingpin is about to become a symbiote host and Peter's secret identity is revealed to the world before the final pages see him putting away his Spider-Man persona for good and taking up Reed's position on the Fantastic Four.

The creative potential this alludes to is boundless. Marvel's 616 continuity has been as much a beautifully constructed engine as it has been a hindrance to the potential for characters to evolve and change over long periods of time. By allowing for a variety of What If...? comics to shoot off into their own unique timelines, Marvel's essentially giving fans a chance to have their cake and eat it too. Earth-616 can continue on without severing its finely crafted narrative chain, while a storyline like Spider's Shadow can shoot off into a variety of books that feature heroes and villains evolving far past their original logline.

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