We could’ve had Mysterio in Spider-Man: No Way Home! Early versions of Spider-Man: No Way Home notion art picture the caped rascal, Mysterio, locked in battle with Doctor Strange, pitting the two illusionists against one another in the final defend that took place at the Statue of Liberty. This comes to us from #SpidermanNoWayHome abstraction creator Andrew Reader who affixed numerous motifs he did for the film to his Artstation account. Mysterio was apparently killed off in Far From Home, but did oblige claims of being from an alternate universe. While the scoundrel was proven to be nothing more than a large-scale grifter from this world, perhaps the writers first had bigger plans for the supervillain in No Way Home that only didn’t pan out in the end. Co-writer for No Way Home, Chris McKenna, did say in an interview with The Wrap that they were going to include some major Marvel people in No Way Home, but had to cut those cameos so as to not overshadow Tom Holland’s Peter Parker story. With great power comes great responsibility, which all the writers that’ve wrote the many fibs of Spider-Man on both the big and small screen have had to take into account. So what did administrator of the original Spider-Man trilogy, Sam Raimi, think of Spider-Man’s recent excursion? He apparently loved it. And finally, Titan Comics’ Cowboy Bebop issue# 1, based on the Netflix live act Cowboy Bebop series, time released.
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