Warning: This post contains MAJOR spoilers for Spider-Man: Homecoming!

After months of speculation, Spider-Man: Homecoming is finally in theatres and with it comes one of Marvel’s most badass post-credits scenes of all time. Since Iron Man landed in 2008, Marvel Studios has placed some juicy post-credits scenes behind each movie. This has become one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s most recognisable traits, and since Spidey now exists in the MCU, we have a great new after-credits stinger which might tease the future of the Spider-Man franchise.


Check out my description below:

After his suit is destroyed and he has been captured by Spider-ManMichael Keaton is shown walking through prison when he runs into Michael Mando’s Scorpion. The classic Spidey villain was introduced earlier in the movie and was also captured by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Scorpion is looking for revenge and wants Vulture to tell him who Spider-Man is under the mask, but luckily for Peter, the Vulture is keeping his lips sealed.


This is obviously an exciting development for the Spider-Man franchise and could hint towards a pretty fun future. It’s very possible that Mando will return as Scorpion (in costume) in the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel and since the Vulture is still alive, we might eventually see the Sinister Six movie that Sony has wanted to make for years.

What did you think of the Spider-Man: Homecoming post-credits scene? Do you want to see Mando return as Scorpion in a future sequel? Is Sony planning the Sinister Six movie? Let me know in the comments!

 

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3 Comments »

    • Yeah if you haven’t seen the animations or played the games, chances are you won’t know these villains. It’s cool that they’re staying away from what’s been done before. I’m not ready to see the Green Goblin again yet.

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