Artist BossLogic shares a Spider-Man: No Way Home poster featuring Doctor Octopus, Matt Murdock, Green Goblin and more for the Marvel Cinematic Universe threequel. Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock gets back to threaten the titular webslinger in the latest installment in the franchise, however this time will be crossing the multiverse to battle Tom Holland’s incarnation of Peter Parker after first facing off against Tobey Maguire’s in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man set of three. Molina is one of different villains returning for the film alongside Jamie Foxx’s Electro from Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and an unknown Green Goblin.
Closely following Sony and Marvel debuting the official first poster for the film, BossLogic took to Twitter to reveal a Spider-Man: No Way Home poster he and The King’s Letter drew up. The team’s poster sees one of Doc Ock’s tentacles creating a crater in the ground and encompassed by a business card from Nelson and Murdock, a shadow of the Vulture, a Green Goblin pumpkin grenade and more. Look at the Easter egg-filled poster below:
The multiverse nature of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s plot has left many pondering who will return for the film outside of Molina and Foxx, with Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock from Netflix’s Daredevil and the past Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield sitting as those fans most desire to see. However BossLogic and King’s Letter’s work may not be an official commission by Marvel Studios for the film, it nonetheless makes certain to expand speculation and anticipation regarding the potential appearance of the Man Unafraid. Cox has been rumored to appear in the film for nearly a year now, with unsubstantiated reports of the star being on set in character as his lawyer persona rather than that of Daredevil.
Outside of Daredevil, the new Spider-Man: No Way Home poster is loaded with different characters either affirmed or teased to be appearing in the film, including the Green Goblin, who was seen on the film’s first official poster, Electro and Sandman. Interestingly, the poster also features a nod to Michael Keaton’s Vulture, which could essentially be explained as referencing Holland’s past films, however given the villain will also play a job in Morbius, it’s not altogether unimaginable for the character to return in the upcoming film. The truth will surface eventually which speculations will be valid and how expectations are met when Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17.