The Three Best Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan Posters
Tobey and Andrew are present and accounted for.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the Marvel talking point of 2021, with fans eagerly debating whether past Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will make an appearance in the December feature.
The community is also waiting on the long overdue No Way Home trailer to drop, which has been teased by Marvel for the last few months.
While fans wait for exciting things to come, artists have taken it upon themselves to provide some fan service through their poster artwork.
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The first fan poster comes courtesy of 3D artist and graphic designer Steve Nevin, who has designed a number of robotic arms and spiders in the past.
Nevin’s poster is a brightly-colored collage of popular characters from Spider-Man’s romantic history. Tobey Maguire is positioned next to Kirsten Dunst’s Mary Jane Watson, while Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker can be seen standing behind Emma Stone’s Gwen Stacy.
Tom Holland’s Spidey takes center stage with Zendaya’s version of MJ behind him, and Doctor Strange has been included in the ensemble for good measure.
Artist ArtofTimeTravel reworked an old design of theirs to create a Sinister Six-inspired poster featuring all three Spider-Men.
The web-slingers also appear below wearing their respective suits, with an array of live-action villains beside them.
Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, Electro and others are dotted around our generational heroes, with the red Spider-Man logo decorating the background.
The final poster is a dramatic, grungy and highly detailed No Way Home poster from Lodgiko artist Nicolas Tetreault-Abel.
Lodgiko has a history of creating moody posters for horror, Star Wars and Marvel, by including an impressive range of colors and detail.
This poster arrangement features Tom, Andrew and Tobey at the top, surrounded by various villains, love interests and friends.
The three suited Spider-Men can be seen swinging through a demolished Times Square, which we hope is a prediction of some action-packed sequences to come in December.