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just a series of boss battles through Spider_man: The Videogame.
At least the comics and movies gave an issue or two/film to each of their villains before doing the Sinister Six thing. The PS4 game just implies that four of 'em have already been around for a while and focuses on the two that haven't in its universe. And forming the Sinister Six is literally the first thing Otto does upon finally becoming Dr. Octopus.This is what happened in their first appearance.
What if they don't go back on the "Peter Parker is Spider-Man" reveal and they make Peter join a witness protection program or such with a magical glamour under the nam Ben Reily? I want them to do that just to have the vocal sectors of the "everything must be as in the comics" fanboys die of an aneurysm.All I know is that I'm hyped for the post-credits sequence that finally connects the MCU Spidey Family with the Spider-Verse by introducing Ben Reilly.
I feel like it's supposed to be. It's not like there haven't been similarly ill-considered projects. The fact that Clint was convinced to go in the first place, by his loved ones, is weird.Co-signed on all accounts.
A rousing broadway musical about the Battle of New York is kinda weird, right?
Weird, I just figured that the "uncle" was Tony Dalton's character .People are freaking out over speculation that the unseen 'Uncle' character is Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, due to the connection between the characters in the comics, and that his chuckle, apparently, sounded like Vincent D'onofrio.
That looks awesome. More Spider-Gwen! And more Spidey 2099 (presumably still voiced by Oscar Isaacs so I have to keep questioning my heteresexuality) - but man, that Part One qualifier really is a bit of a mood killer.