Marvel Releases Brand New Concept Art for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Characters
Fans are getting a better look at the ideas behind the biggest movie event of the year, as Marvel releases brand new concept art for various Spider-Man: No Way Home characters…Including some that may be spoilers.
The official website for Marvel has been updated to include brand new images for these various characters, official names, and a small biography.
With Spider-Man: No Way Home introducing so many characters that had previously been unseen in the MCU, it makes sense to explore them on the official site for fans of the film who aren’t aware of who they are.
With us talking about some of the character appearances, this is a SPOILER WARNING for anyone who has yet to see the film. Go catch it in theaters, come back, and check out these awesome pieces of concept art.
Alred Molina’s return as Doc Oc had fans incredibly excited, after all, his role as the character was one of the best parts of the lauded Spider-Man 2.
He brings a similar design to this film, with a very cool leather jacket, and the same menacing but visually striking metal legs that protrude from the characters back.
Jaime Foxx reprising his role as Elector was another return that had a lot of fans excited; with his underwhelming turn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, many hoped that Foxx’s Max Dillon would get another chance in the Spider-Man universe.
That he did get, only this time around, Dillon lost his glowing blue skin for a look that is more reminiscent of the attire the character has in the comics.
One of the most iconic portrayals of a villain in a comic book movie ever, Willem Dafoe’s return as Green Goblin excited every Marvel fan.
One of the best villains Spider-Man has ever faced, this Green Goblin loses his helmet, and embraces a genius hooded look that is very reminiscent of the character in the comics.
Another character for The Amazing Spider-Man series is the return of The Lizard played by Rhys Ifan; who returns with the same kind of design he had in the first installment of that franchise.
With a few tweaks to the design, the very monstrous and almost grotesque view of The Lizard remains, with Ifans still playing the smart and charismatic Dr. Connors.
The most iconic part of Sony’s controversial Spider-Man 3 is none other than Thomas Haden Church’s Flint Marko.
The sympathetic villain returns here with a very different design, this time completely submerged and made of sand; a design choice that makes more sense in the context of the character.
As Marvel release brand new concept art for Spider-Man: No Way Home characters, what do you think of this better look at these characters? Do you think the MCU did them justice? Let us know below!\