A new Spider-Man No Way Home poster from popular graphic artist BossLogic shows the three webheads, but also sneaks in a small Stan Lee appearance.
A new promotional poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home from renowned graphic artist BossLogic features three villains in the film, but it also appears to feature a small appearance by Peter Parker/Spider-Man’s original creator, Stan Lee. One of the most famous and well-known names in popular culture, Lee died in November 2018. He is best known as one of the creative minds behind some of Marvel Comics’ most famous superheroes, including the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Avengers. Also known for appearing in Marvel films by playing minor cameos, the last film he shot before his death was for Avengers: Endgame, which was released in April 2019.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has recently been available on digital platforms, with its real-family media release due out next month. A breakthrough for the superhero genre, Tom Holland’s third Spider-Man film has caused a stir among fans since it hit theaters in December. The biggest feat the film achieved was to bring both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield Spider-Man versions from their own series and ask them to help Holland’s Spidey as supporting characters. Neither Maguire nor Garfield were featured throughout the film’s marketing campaign, although fans speculated that they would appear since Jamie Foxx was confirmed to reprise his role as Electro in October 2020. Although Maguire and Garfield’s photo series even leaked online before the film’s release, fans still went crazy as they walked through those gates.
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The Twitter page of Spider-Man: No Way Home has released a new promotional artwork, created by graphic artist BossLogic, for the marketing campaign of the film’s digital home media release. At first glance, it shows a powerful scene of the film’s climax: three Spider-Man thrown down with sinister villains at the Statue of Liberty. However, on closer inspection, another character can be seen in the upper left corner, standing with the akimbo arm. This may just be BossLogic honoring Lee’s old tradition by having him make a cameo.
While Spider-Man: No Way Home can certainly be considered the culmination of peter parker’s story in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, both Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige have confirmed that this won’t be his last walk as a hero. In fact, there have been three more Spider-Man films rumored to be following this third. Now that he’s erased his Peter Parker identity from the memory of the world and committed to being New York’s neighborhood-friendly web manager full-time, there’s a myriad of possibilities for his story to continue — though the film’s mid-credits scene has teased that he’ll soon be dealing with. Venom symbiote.
Lee’s small appearance in this stunning Spiderman Rug: No Way Home graphic art reminds us all of us of the origins of these amazing stories. Ever since Spider-Man was created in the 1960s, he has inspired people all over the world. Peter Parker represents the joy of being a superhero – the moral obligation to always do the right thing, while having only a great time. It all comes from Lee’s inspiring work, so his appearance in this poster is well worth it.
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