• Mikey Sutton • Editor in Chief • Owner

The Spidey Truth.


Once again, many comics sites have found a way to twist a happy story and distort it to upset you. And the angrier the fans get, the more times you will share their posts, increasing their ad revenue.


Kevin Feige has NO plans to create an endgame for Spider-Man in the MCU after the third Spidey movie and the other MCU film in the contract mutually signed by both parties. What's he going to do, kill off Peter Parker? After all this work trying to get an agreement with Sony, make him homeless? Come on, man.


Normally, I wouldn't even bother giving this bogusness the time of day but I've become the Truth Police when it comes to Spider-Man lately, and this is a 10.0 on the BS scale.


What's the origin of this Mysterio mirage? It's a small item in the back pages of the Hollywood Reporter, with not even an anonymous source credited!, about how that might be Feige's plan. Eh? But in the SAME issue of THR, the main article, you'll find this:


"Terms of the new deal were not revealed, but it will allow Marvel and its chief Feige to produce and run creative point on one more movie that would star Tom Holland, the actor who is the current incarnation of the web-slinging superhero. Depending on how things go, more movies could be in the offing."


In other words, the once mighty THR just contradicted itself in the same issue!


And what did Deadline, who broke the new deal, say?


"We hear that as Sony progresses their own Marvel universe with titles likes Venom 2 and Sinister Six, and Disney/Marvel their own, there could be a “call and answer” between the two franchises as they acknowledge details between the two in what is would loosely be described as a shared detailed universe. Details on that are still early."


But do all these comics sites promote those parts? Of course not. Because they don't feed on your anger.


Ignore the illusions. And it's great having you back, Tom.

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