As “Empire” magazine dedicates its new issue to “Spider-Man No Way Home,” the subscriber cover may confirm the presence of another villain. And one of the theories born with the trailer.
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will they be there? How will Peter Parker manage to make the whole world forget that he is Spider-Man and repair the damage he has caused in the multiverse? And how many wicked will stand in his way?
We may have to wait until December 15 and the release of No Way Home to have the answers to our questions. Corn Empire Perhaps gave us a clue with the subscriber-only coverage of his upcoming issue, largely devoted to the third Spider-Man worn by Tom Holland.
On this one with psychedelic accents, the fist of sand at the bottom right indeed seems to confirm the presence of Sandman. And so one of the rumors that arose with the trailer for Jon Watts’ film and this shot of a lightning storm, which seemed to indicate the presence of the villain seen, in the cinema, in Sam’s third Spider-Man. Raimi.
Will he be present in the guise of Thomas Haden Church, his interpreter of 2007? Or another actor? The mystery remains for the moment. But the Spider-Man will have, whatever happens, a lot to do in this new adventure.
And the cover reminds us of it with the flash of Electro (Jamie Foxx), the metal arms of Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina, seen in the trailer) or the bomb of the Green Goblin, which the interpreter did not was announced, although the laughter heard in the first images was that of Willem Dafoe.
We also note that the globe located between the “R” and the “E” Empire can refer to Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal), villain of the previous opus responsible for the revelation of the double identity of Peter Parker. And that only one supervillain is missing to constitute the Sinister Six. Will it be Venom? Lizard? Scoprion (Michael Mando) teased in the post-credits scene of Homecoming? Or simply the Vulture played by Michael Keaton?