Artist BossLogic offers his solution on the Spider-Men, who are supposedly “missing” from the trailer for No Way Home.
Since the recent inauguration of an official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans speculated about one striking wide shot, a moment in which it seems possible that several Spider-Men were digitally edited from the trailer – perhaps the versions played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. A new change from artist BossLogic aims to “solve” this problem, suggesting that another Spider-Man was indeed present for the scene; he was only invisible.
BossLogic took to Twitter to share his latest piece of fanfare, which adds a new twist to the moment in the No Way Home trailer when Electro, Sandman and The Lizard all charge towards Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. In the original trailer, Peter Parker jumps into the fight alone, but the BossLogic edit adds another Spider-Man in Miles Morales, whose power set includes camouflage. The artist’s interpretation of the scene indicates that Miles was not visible in the trailer because he covered himself for the flight, titling his edit, “The Invisible Man.”
BossLogic’s vision of a camouflaged assailant in the No Way Home trailer has a precedent. In addition to the richness of empty space above and below Holland’s Spider-Man, the Portuguese version of the new Spider-Man a trailer lengthens the length of the shot, and The Lizard can be seen taking a hit from an invisible attacker. This led viewers to speculate that Sony and Marvel were careful to digitally edit something off-scene.
While BossLogic’s artwork involved Miles Morales to “solve” the missing Spider-Man problem, as mentioned earlier, many viewers guessed that the final version of this No Way Home scene will actually include Maguire and Garfield reprise their roles as their own respective versions of Peter Parker / Spider-Man. A myriad of rumors and reports have indicated that both former Spider-Men will team up with Holland for the third of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man film, a theory that a set of leaks No Way Home images recently seemed to offer confidence to.
In 2017 Spider-Man: Return, Marvel confirmed the MCU existence of Miles Morales, Peter Parker’s successor as Spider-Man in the Ultimate Universe who made his comic book debut in 2011. Although the character still has a live-action appearance in the MCU, Holland recently indicated that it may be time to move on the Spider-Man coat, saying “Maybe it’s time for me to move on. Maybe what’s best for Spider-Man is that they make a Miles Morales movie.” Miles previously starred in the 2018 cartoon Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse.
BossLogic has shown an affinity for creating Spider-Man art in the past. His recent edits included varying cover art for the PlayStation 4 game Spider-Man: Miles Morales and an unofficial poster for Marvel’s What If …? a series featuring Peter Parker as the Punisher. BossLogic has officially collaborated with Marvel in the past, with the artist creating posters for 2019. Avengers: Endgame.
To see if the new trailer missed Spider-Man or two, check out Spider-Man: No Way Home when it swings into theaters on December 17th.
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