Spider-Man: No Way Home - New Trailer Breakdown and Marvel Easter Eggs Analysis

And look, in fairness, it’s not like comics Electro exactly has one of the all-time great designs either, with that bonkers lightning bolt mask. But it looks like No Way Home has found a way to bring Foxx back as Electro and give him an outfit that is both practical and nods to the comics, and honestly, it’s pretty great.

Sandman and Lizard

And then there’s the Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man who…waitaminute…he isn’t dead! We thought all these villains “died fighting Spider-Man” so what gives, No Way Home? Clearly there’s something else at work here, unless these baddies are simply the ones coming through that Doctor Strange is unable to hold back any longer and this shot is from far later in the film.

Just in case you had any doubt about whether that was Sandman whipping up those sandstorms in the first trailer, it looks like Flint Marko is back! But wait…Marko most definitely survived the ending of Spider-Man 3, even having been forgiven by Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker (although none of us will ever forgive Spider-Man 3).

Does this mean that Sandman and Spidey had a rematch and things didn’t go well? That would sure require some explanation, perhaps one best delivered by the Spidey in question. But since any/all hopes that we’d get confirmation that there are also multiple Spider-Men in this movie have been dashed by this trailer, we’ll just have to wait until they actually appear in theaters. But c’mon, we all know there are other Spideys in this movie, right?

In fact…check this out…

Multiple Spider-Men Confirmed?

This is kind of a weird framing, isn’t it? Three villains in different parts of the screen, with one hero in the middle…only leaping towards the baddie in the middle. Wouldn’t it make sense for there to be a Spidey at Electro’s level and one at Lizard’s? In fact, at :55 in this international version of the trailer, Lizard clearly gets punched…by someone who isn’t there.

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