Doc Ock and Green Goblin are invading the Sanctum by no means at home Poster
The Spider-Man No Way Home poster made by a fan artist features the web slinger and potential villains of Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Santorum.
Superb Spider-Man: No Path Home The poster art features the web slinger and members of the Sinister Six in Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum. The film, which hits theaters on December 17, follows Spider-Man facing threats from different universes after Doctor Strange attempts to change their timeline. Actors of previous incarnations of Spider Man, as Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, returns to fight the current Spider-Man, as seen in the new Spider-Man No Way Home images.
The fan poster was created by Venomhology, a popular artist from Dubai who showcases their poster concepts and fan art on Instagram. Some of his notable pieces include a portrayal of Will Poulter as Adam Warlock following his casting announcement for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Wanda in her updated costume from the end of WandaVision, and a poster mockup for Marvel’s rumored World War Hulk project. Currently, his page has accumulated over 53,000 subscribers.
On October 23, Venomhology posted fan art posters for Spider-Man No Way Home which features Spider-Man and the members of the Sinister Six in the Sanctum Sanctorum. Venomhology highlights some images that have already appeared in trailers for the film and others that have clashed with the wall crawler in previous Sony productions. The original post can be seen below:
With Doc Ock and the Pumpkin Bomb featured in the trailer, the left side of the poster highlights what has already been shown. The right side shows what might appear. The Amazing Spider-Man saw Andrew Garfield’s portrayal of Peter Parker Face off against the Lizard (played by Rhys Ifans), then Jamie Foxx’s Electro in the sequel. However, it’s unclear if these versions of the villains will feature in the final film. Sam Raimi’s version of Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire also featured a version of Doctor Curt Conners, the Man Who Becomes the Lizard, played by Dylan Baker.
Foxx’s Electro isn’t the only electricity-based villain that could appear either, as Bokeem Woodbine appeared as the Shocker in Spider-Man reunion. Film director Jon Watts said No way home is like Avengers: Endgame and will feature characters from all Spider Man series. With a variety of villains, some with multiple portrayals and a few with common traits or abilities, it’s unclear which six will make up the hero’s infamous rogue gallery.
Venomhology’s work does a great job of highlighting the character’s stand for justice and the ever-increasing odds against him. As more information about the upcoming film is revealed, it will be interesting to see if his picks for the villain list are correct, along with the other two who will join the battle. The film will only continue to spark speculation and intrigue. With a bit of luck, Spider-Man: No Path Home can manage and meet the expectations of the fans they continue to rely on.
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