‘Spider-Man’ artist reveals concept art of ‘No Way Home’ Climax

The following posts contain SPOILERS for Spider-Man: No Way Home. But you probably know that well when you click on a headline about the film’s climax, right?

The grand finale of Spider-Man: No Way Home contained a moment Marvel fans had been dreaming and wondering about for years: A team-up between three generations of Peter Parkers (Peters Parker?): Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland. Because Marvel and Sony kept Maguire and Garfield’s appearances secret until the movie premiered, we have basically seen none of the incredible work that went into pulling out the epic showdown.

But now that the film has been out for over a month, we’re finally starting to see some of it. For example, concept artist Marek Okon has just shared a piece of concept art from No way home showing a version of the climatic battle between Spider-Men (Spiders-Man?) and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. Okon, who also worked as a concept artist on films such as Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Jupiter is rising, wrote on Twitter that “with so many iconic characters in one image, I was a nerd all the time”:

Interestingly, Garfield’s Spider-Man in that artwork is wearing a sort of hybrid costume; from the neck and up it looks like his Fantastic Spider-Man 2 suit, and from the neck down it looks more like his Fantastic Spider-Man 1 suit.

Here is a similar image from Maciej Kuciara, a concept artist who worked on Avengers: Endgame, Infinity War, Civil war, Godzilla vs. King, and Wonder Woman 1984showing the three Spideys without the villains:

With all the characters, both heroes and villains, it’s inevitable Art of Spider-Man: No Way Home the book should be pretty amazing (and spectacular) [and sensational]). Spider-Man: No Way Home still playing in cinemas everywhere.

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