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New Fan Art for Spider-Man: No Way Home Brings The Flash to MCU

Spider-Man: No Way Home is Tom Holland’s third outing as Peter Parker in the MCU. And the movie will hit theaters on December 17, 2021. This has given rise to a lot of fan art online.

Recently, new fan art has surfaced online that shows a crossover between Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Ezra Miller’s The Flash.

How are Spider-Man and The Flash similar?

New Fan Art for Spider-Man: No Way Home Brings The Flash to MCU
Spider-Man and The Flash Crossover












Although both the superheroes belong to two different universes, namely Spider-Man to MCU and The Flash to the DCEU. And both also differ from each other at several points. However, they also have massive similarities.

They occupy the same type of role in their respective universes. Both of them are young with a great sense of humor, however, they are also insecure heroes. Over their tenure in the respective universes, they have moved towards multiverse in their films. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker will go Into the Spider-Verse and encounter Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Electro (Jamie Foxx). Similarly, The Flash will also head to the multiverse and encounter Michael Keaton’s Batman.

The New Fan Art

Since Spider-Man: No Way Home will come to theaters next month, fans have started to dive deep into theories and come up with fan art. The latest fan art comes from The Flash Film News Twitter showing how Marvel-DC crossover will look like. Here’s the image:


The source image for the fan art is Holland’s Peter Parker in his iron golden suit. He is seen fleeing the freeway from Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock. The image also has none other than Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen. Based on the caption of the tweet, The Flash might have messed with the timeline again.

Although, there is no plan for Peter Parker and The Flash to crossover, however, fans have picked up on this Marvel-DC crossover possibility. If the crossover happens, The Flash and Spider-Man will be two of the most logical characters from their respective universes to feature in the project. They have already become well-known for their roles in the multiverses. Hence, this makes it an easy sell to the audience.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will debut on December 17, 2021, and The Flash will hit theaters on November 4, 2022.