Marvel Zombies Inspired [SPOILER] Scene in New Hi-Res Spider-Man: Far from Home Images
Spider-Man: Far from You is currently in theaters and dominating the box office for a second consecutive weekend. That said, fans have turned to see the long-awaited sequel for the second time and have noticed new things, including a very elegant Mysterio Easter Egg. Although hidden object hunting is often fun, some high quality official VFX images of a specific scene have been made available and they show how Marvel Zombies inspired the scene. There is SPOILERS for Spider-Man: Far from Home below, so read ahead at your own risk.
The mysterious Jake Gyllenhaal is obviously the villain in the movie he uses his advanced hologram technology to bring the Elementals to life. Marvel Studios and Sony have been very successful in keeping their true motives secret. He ends up being able to play Peter Parker with horrible mind games using his technology. And in a particular scene, which can be considered one of the best in the history of Marvel Cinematic Universe, Mysterio raises pain and starts playing with Parker's emotions while a zombie version Iron Man's Grave Student With Black Widow Spiders Creeping All
This terrifying shot, which surprised many MCU fans, is a tribute to the Marvel Comic series Zombies created by Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead . Marvel Zombies is a five-issue limited series published from December 2005 to April 2006. Marvel Comics has just announced that the series will come back, but little or no details have been unveiled about the timing and manner. They teased a cover of Inhyuk Lee's artist of zombified versions of Captain America, Deadpool and Wolverine.
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It was hard for Peter Parker to see a zombie version of Iron Man rising from the grave, but also for MCU fans watching Spider-Man: Far From Home . Tony Stark died at the end of from Avengers: Endgame and some fans are no more aware of seeing the beloved hero sacrificing his life to save the universe. So seeing the zombie out of the ground was a little too much for some fans, which is understandable. Stark has only died in the public eye since the end of April.
That being said, many Marvel Comics fans were probably delighted to see a wink at Marvel Zombies in Spider-Man: Away from Home . In addition to the zombie version of Iron Man, VFX stills break down much of the trippy scene. People thought that Doctor Strange was bringing some crazy psychedelic experiences to the MCU, but Mysterio makes it look like a dream. You can see all the pictures of Spider-Man: Away from Home below, thanks to the Marvel Studios.
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