🚨WARNING: Spoilers ahead, Do not read on unless you haven’t watched Spider-Man: No Way Home.🚨
We found 27 Easter Eggs in Spider-Man: No Way Home!
1. In the opening minutes of the film, we get visuals of Peter swinging with MJ through NYC. If you look closely, you can spot two posters of Rogers: The Musical, which we first saw in Hawkeye.
2. Peter and MJ take a pause from the bustle on Queensboro Bridge. This is the same bridge from where Green Goblin tosses MJ in Spider-Man (2002).
3. We get a glimpse of Delimar’s Deli when Peter and MJ pop out of the sewer. This shop was featured in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
4. Soon after Peter’s identity is revealed, the Damage Control department shows up at his house. This is the same agency that caused problems in Adrian Toomes’ life after the Battle of New York.
5. During MJ’s interrogation at the Police Station we learn her full name for the first time. “Michelle Jones-Watson.”
6. Matt Murdock’s appearance in the film is a nod to a comic-book issue of The Amazing Spider-Man where Peter is arrested and is represented by him.
7. You can spot a Downton Abbey DVD inside Happy’s apartment. This was mentioned as Happy’s favorite show in Iron Man 3.
8. When Peter’s having a chat with his teachers at school, there is a mural of famous scientists behind him. You can spot Howard Stark and Hank Pym there.
9. When Peter visits Doctor Strange at the New York Sanctum, you can spot Stephen wearing a Columbia Uni sweatshirt. This is the same college Stepehen attends in the comics.
10. When Aunt May brings in college acceptance letters for Peter, you can spot him building his Lego Death Star from Star Wars that Ned accidentally destroyed in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
11. The MIT vice-chancellor’s car license plate reads “63ASM-3,” which is a nod to The Amazing Spider-Man Issue #3, which was released in 1963. It’s the comic where Doc Ock appeared for the first time.
12. The taxi parked behind the vice-chancellor’s car has a license plate number “1228″ which is a nod to Stan Lee’s birthday (28th December)
13. Doc Ock says “The power of the sun in the palm of my hand.” This is a callback to a scene from Spider-Man 2 where he states the exact same line.
14. Norman Osborn also gives a callback to his iconic line, “You know, I’m something of a scientist myself” when he’s trapped in the wizard’s dungeon with the rest of the villains.
15. While chasing Peter, Doctor Strange walks past a newsstand where you spot see Liz Toomes on the cover of People Magazine. She was Peter’s date in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
16. Aunt May’s parting words “With great power, there must also come great responsibility,” is a painful callback to Uncle Ben’s final words to Tobey’s Peter.
17. While prepping for the fight, Tobey’s Peter addresses his back issues to Andrew’s Peter. This is a brilliant comeback to Spider-Man 2 when Peter hurt his back after jumping off a building.
18. Tobey’s Peter calls Andrew’s Peter ‘Amazing’ and that’s exactly what his films are titled.
19. Tobey’s Peter addresses Venom as an alien made of ‘black goo’
20. When Doctor Strange comes back from the mirror dimension, he rants that he had been hanging dangling over the Grand Canyon for 12 hours, similar to how he left Loki falling for 30 minutes in Thor: Ragnarok.
21. When Electro sees Andrew’s Spider-Man unmasked, he says that he always imagined Spider-Man as a Black man and there’s gotta be a Black Spider-Man out there somewhere. A subtle nod to Miles Morales from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
22. In an alternate universe, Andrew’s Peter saves the love of Tobey’s Peter and I think that was the most beautiful thing in the entire movie.
23. When the Multiverse begins to crack open, we get visuals of Rhino and Scorpion’s silhouettes
24. After the battle, the Statue of Liberty appears to be fixed and has not been turned into a Captain America memorial just yet. Yelena talks about this “new and improved” version of the statue in Hawkeye Episode 5.
25. Even after forgetting Peter, MJ is seen wearing the broken black dahlia necklace that Peter gave her in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
26. While moving in his new apartment, Peter places a Lego figure of Palpatine from Star Wars on his desk. This figure was seen with Ned in Spider-Man: Homecoming when he invited Peter to build a Lego Death Star with him.
27. Peter’s new vibrant red and blue suit is a clear nod to Spider-Man’s classic suit in the comic books.