Iconic Spider-Man Comic Recreated With Green Goblin’s No Way Home Scene
The No Way Home Spider-Man art piece shows a Green Goblin scene on the cover of an old Marvel comic. No way Home is already one of the most successful films of all time since its December 17th release. It has already grossed more in a mere 12 days than Rising of Skywalker’s entire run. This is largely due to the multiverse theory of the MCU and Home’s promise that familiar faces from Sony’s past will be there.
No Way Home is the finale of Jon Watts’ Homecoming trilogy. It sees Peter Parker (Tom Holland) seek Doctor Strange’s help (Benedict Cumberbatch), undo Mysterio’s identity revelation in Far from Home’s credits scenes. The multiversal melding of the pair resulted in villains from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy and Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man films, as well as Lizard (Rhys Ifans) and Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s iterations. The latter couple steals the show, but Green Goblin leaves No way Home as the best villain.
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Recently, Butcher Billy shared an Instagram cover for a vintage comic book that draws inspiration from a scene in No way home. The Amazing Spider-Man cover is fan-made and features Norman Osborn removing his Goblin mask. This scene is similar to the one in no Way Home (2004) when Peter Parker (Maguire) decides that he’s “spider-Man no longer.”In RRaimi’soriginal SpiderRaimi’s002) movie, Harry Osborn’s(James Franco)Osborn’s Norman, founder, and owner of Oscorp Industries, experiments on himself with an unstable performance-enhancing chemical. He becomes insane, which leads to Norman and the Goblin becoming rivals. No Way Home sees the Goblin in full costume on the bridge where Spider-Man fights Doc Ock. He argues with Doc Ock the next time he sees him. Then he runs away and breaks his mask. Peter then visits F.E.A.S.T. Peter then goes to F.E.A.S.T. He finds Norman, who seems to have regained control over his split Goblin personality. Unfortunately, Aunt May (Marisa Thomasei) is later taken over by the Goblin personality in a devastating way.
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