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An Honest Trailer for Spider-Man: No Way HomeSpider-Man: No Way Home is the result of the MCU taking advantage of fan discussions about who the best Spider-Man has been so far, with the three-Spider-Man comic meme acting as the cherry on top. At least that's what this movie's producers can say. We suspect the real story is that they didn't know what to do to guarantee a hit Spider-Man movie after all the movies so far, so they threw everything that worked from the previous dozen or so films into the mix. That includes the Spider-Men from alternate universes, plus the villains from previous movies, and another MCU superhero for comic relief. And you know what? It worked. Spider-Man: No Way Home was the biggest hit of 2021 and is still running in theaters, even though it's also available on home video. But there's still plenty of material for Screen Junkies to poke fun at for an Honest Trailer.#SpiderMan #SpiderManNoWayHome #HonestTrailer
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That Spider-Man Meme, Recreated by Spider-MenIn the 1960s, there was an episode in the Spider-Man cartoon series in which Spidey confronts copies of himself. The three Spider-Men screen shot became an internet meme, one we've seen over and over for years now. The scene briefly made its way into the 2021 movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, starring Tom Holland. He meets up with alternate universe Spider-Men played by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, who played the superhero in earlier movies.
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If Tim Burton Directed Spider-ManIndie artist Illproxy sculpted this Spider-man atop a chimney based on the artwork of cartoonistSkottie Young (as published in his now defunct DeviantArt page). The long-limbed Spidey looks like he'd fit right in alongside Jack Skellington in Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas!I love the fine details of Spider-man's web wings and the spider webs twisting around the chimney vent.See also: Illproxy's NeatoShop catalogImage: Illproxy/imgur​#Spiderman #web #SkottieYoung #Illproxy #sculpture #fanart
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A Single Page Artwork From 1984 Spider-Man Comic Book Sold for $3.36 MillionA single comic page out of a 1984 Spider-Man comic book has just shattered bidding records at $3.36M. The page depicted the first appearance of Spidey’s black suit. The symbiote suit would eventually lead to the entrance of mega popular villain Venom.Taken from Marvel Comics’ “Secret Wars No. 8”, the bidding of the infamous page started at $300,000 before swinging past the three million dollar mark. The auction occurred on the first day of Heritage Auctions’ four-day comic event in Dallas.This achievement broke the previous single-page auction record set by an artwork from the 1974 issue of “The Incredible Hulk” comic which first teased the arrival of Wolverine. At the time, it was sold for $657,250.#SpiderMan #auction #comic #Venom #HeritageAuction #Marvel
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"Marvel, Call Me": Man Dressed as Spider-Man Climbs Los Angeles Building and Advertises his Services to Marvel with a BannerTalk about living the high life! Someone apparently still couldn’t get over Spider-Man: No Way Home’s hype and decided to don the spandex himself. The unidentified person was seen scaling a building in downtown Los Angeles in the famous red costume. He was not alone - local authority reported that a fellow Marvel ‘superhero’ also joined in on the action, wearing what appeared to be a Wolverine-inspired suit.In true “pick-me” fashion, the pair then unfurled a large banner urging Marvel to reach out, complete with a phone number. Well, if things go well for them, it shall be a Peter Parker-like underdog story!#spiderman #marvel #daredevil #climbing #LosAngeles
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YouTuber Jake Laser Built a Real Life Spider-Man Wall Climbing SuitPopular YouTuber Jake Laser has done a lot of cool projects, but this is definitely one of his most impressive ones yet: inspired by Spider-Man: No Way Home, he built his own Spider-Man climbing suit to scale a skyscraper (well, okay, a tall building).First, Laser tested various creative ways to climb on walls: he tested adhesive tape, suction cups, electromagnets and other methods that ultimately didn’t work.Laser then thought of using a mini vacuum suction pump strapped to his hands and legs to stick and hold his weight. After a few tests and modifications, he successfully climbed up his bedroom wall and onto the ceiling. He’s now ready to climb an actual building just like Spider-Man!Watch Laser and his crew climb the 14-story Andaz West Hollywood hotel in southern California with nothing but his vacuum suction pumps, spider costume and safety rope and harness in this YouTube clip below.#SpiderMan #JakeLaser #vacuum #climbing #invention
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Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Recreated with Clips from the 90s Cartoon Clips from Spider-Man Animated SeriesIf you haven't seen the trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home movie ... where have you been? The trailer broke the record for most watched trailer ever with 355 million views in 24 hours (surpassing Avengers: Endgame which held the previous record with 289 million). Go ahead and watch it below.Then, watch it again - this time in 90s cartoon style!YouTuber 100Bombs Studios recreated the trailer with clips from the 90s cartoon Spider-Man The Animated Series, and that version looked fantastic!#SpiderMan #SpiderManNoWayHome #DoctorStrange #100BombsStudios #SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries