- Spider-Man 4 fan poster features the MCU hero investigating Kingpin and ties to characters from Netflix’s The Defenders Saga.
- Peter Parker’s next solo film could take a darker path with the character’s new predicament after Spider-Man: No Way Home’s ending.
- The inclusion of Kingpin and the Defenders in Spider-Man 4 would make sense, creating a mature and intense Peter Parker story for fans.
An exciting Spider-Man 4 fan poster features the Marvel Cinematic Universe hero investigating Kingpin and many characters from Netflix’s The Defenders Saga. Tom Holland will be back for the MCU’s Spider-Man 4, and with the character’s new predicament after Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s ending, Peter Parker’s next solo film could take a darker path. That idea and the recent returns of actors from Netflix’s The Defenders Saga in the MCU play out in an intricate Spider-Man 4 fan poster.
On Instagram, artists @akithefull and @spiderlegacy.vp worked together on a highly-detailed Spider-Man 4 fan poster.
The art has Holland’s Spider-Man facing a board with clues that tie Netflix characters such as Daredevil, the Punisher, and Luke Cage to Wilson Fisk. The exciting fan poster also features fun Easter Eggs related to Venom, Miles Morales, and more.
Why Kingpin And The Defenders In Spider-Man 4 Would Make Sense
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has already revealed that Holland’s Spider-Man and Charlie Cox’s Daredevil will be the faces of the MCU’s street-level heroes moving forward. It would make sense for Spider-Man 4 to cement that bond by having Daredevil and Spider-Man team up to deal with a common foe, and Wilson Fisk would have to be it. Daredevil’s upcoming MCU TV show, Daredevil: Born Again, is rumored to feature Fisk becoming New York City’s Mayor.
If that turns out to be true, then Kingpin would have all the necessary means to make life hell for New York’s vigilantes. Spider-Man: No Way Home marked the return of Cox as Daredevil, with Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin having returned in Disney+’s Hawkeye, and Jon Bernthal’s Punisher set to come back in Daredevil: Born Again, which point at Marvel having major plans for the characters from Netflix’s The Defenders Saga. Spider-Man 4‘s story could be it.
Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s ending saw Peter Parker be stripped of his old life, living in a small apartment by himself, with no one remembering who he was, and having to sew his new Spider-Man costume rather than use Stark tech. That ending sets up Spider-Man 4 to be a street-level story, which would be a nice change of pace for the franchise, as Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s multiversal scope would be too grand for Spider-Man 4 to attempt to outdo. By adding Kingpin, Daredevil, and more Defenders characters, Spider-Man 4 can deliver a mature and intense Peter Parker story that would have fans on the edge of their seats.
Source: @akithefull and @spiderlegacy.vp/Instagram