The news of the all three Spider-Men from three different universes coming to the MCU has spread like wild-fire. As first mentioned by FandomWire, Spider-Verse will see Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield join forces. But wait there’s more. Marvel is expanding the Spider-Verse. Villains like Electro and Doctor Octopus are returning to play a role. There’s been a flood of new fan arts describing how it might turn out. This particular fan art comes pretty close.
We are pretty sure this is just how an encounter between Doc Ock and Holland, Maguire, and Holland’s Spider-Man would be like.
The fan art is the work of ultraraw26. It shows Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus battling the three different Spider-men. The fan art is obviously a recreation of the classic scene from the original Sam rami movie – Spider-Man 2. This time we see Molina’s Doctor Octopus hold Tom Holland’s Spider-Man high in the air as Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man are ready to jump into the action. A fascinating element is that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil, the star of the acclaimed Netflix series, is also seen in the picture. He is all tied up. Doc Ock, with his mechanical arms ready to strike, seems to have the upper hand at the moment.
MCU’s Spider-Man 3 will see the return of many actors who played key roles in past non-MCU Spider-Man movies. Kevin Feige has confirmed earlier that the Spider-Man 3 movie’s events will eventually lead to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This new fan art does not just stop with inserting the Spider-verse within the Sam Raimi universe. It also panders to the idea of a potential return of Charlie Cox’s Daredevil. For now, many aspects of the third Spider-Man movie are as clear as mud. we will have to wait to see it getting a definite shape. but till then, fan arts like these tend to keep our hopes up.
FandomWire also reported earlier that Mysterio and the Green Goblin may be headed back. And Ned Leeds will play the role of the Hobgoblin. There’s a lot of fear amongst the fans that Marvel might be biting off more than it can chew. Fans still remain hopeful Marvel Studios can pull this off.