In an impressive cinematic stride, Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse, the latest chapter in the Spider-Verse saga, has skillfully unraveled the enigma rooted in Morbius’ post-credits scene.
It concerns the abrupt appearance of Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes, known as Vulture, in the shared universe inhabited by Morbius and Venom. Deploying a web of Spider-Men spanning multiple universes, the sequel masterfully debunks a critical plot element, providing clarity to the confusing post-credits scene of Morbius.
This scene saw Adrian Toomes, the Vulture, thrust into Sony’s Marvel Universe, home to Jared Leto’s Morbius and Tom Hardy’s Venom. The sudden and unexplained crossover sparked a flurry of fan theories, suggesting it was the spinoff of Spider-Man: No Coming Home.
This speculation has further fanned the flames of doubt, questioning whether Morbius truly understood the mechanics and consequences of Doctor Strange’s multiverse spell.
Spoiler alert: The following article contains important plot details for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse: A New Perspective on Morbius’ Post-Credits Misstep
Following Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse takes us on an exciting journey through space and time, shedding light on the intriguing events that have caused disruption in the multiverse.
These ruptures in the fabric of reality led to the unexpected migration of Spider-Man’s enemies from one universe to another.
In this thrilling chapter, a Renaissance-era character, the Vulture, voiced masterfully by The Lonely Island’s Jorma Taccone, makes a surprising entrance into Spider-Gwen’s domain, Earth-65.
Arriving just in time to help Gwen, Miguel O’Hara (Spider-Man 2099) and Jessica Drew delve into the mystery surrounding the Vulture’s unexpected appearance.
Inspired by the narrative trajectory of Spider Verse 2, it becomes apparent that the events unfolding in Into the Spider-Verse contributed to the teleportation Michael Keaton‘s Vulture in Sony’s Marvel Universe.
This adds credence to Vulture’s claim that his arrival in this new universe “has something to do with Spider-Man”.
This particular aspect of Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse The narrative deftly corrects inconsistencies resulting from the sudden appearance of Michael Keaton’s Vulture in the post-credits scene of Morbius.
In doing so, the sequel also addresses an important concern raised by fans regarding the undermining of the MCU by Morbiusmainly attributed to his ostensible misinterpretation of the workings of No coming home spell.
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse Reveals Sneak Peeks at Sony’s Monumental Spider-Man Strategy
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse sparked the plot by revealing a potential connection between its inaugural film and the puzzling post-credits sequence in Morbius. This could potentially point to the intended trajectory of Sony’s Marvel Universe.
The final sequence in Morbius Vulture witnesses working to co-opt Morbius into a plot against Spider Manpresumably motivated by a quest for revenge after his accidental relocation to this unique universe.
This act has fueled speculation about the likely formation of a formidable alliance – the Sinister Six, a strategic move Sony seems to be moving towards.
This guess matches previous reports that pointed to Sony’s ambitious long-term goal of establishing the “Sinister Six”.
Sinister Six’s Planned Set Could Include Terrific Characters Like Tom Hardy’s Venom, Aaron Taylor-Johnson Kraven the hunterand Chameleon, a character already affirmed in Kraven’s solo film, alongside Morbius and Vulture.
The expectation is high to unveil the latest member of this disturbing alliance. The reveal may come as a surprise to audiences, as Sony could introduce this villain from an alternate universe.
As we anticipate the gradual infiltration of the ripple effects of Spider Verse Movies In the realm of live-action, one can only hope that the upcoming reveals will increase the excitement surrounding the Spider-Man series.
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse continues to captivate audiences in theaters around the world.