• The image of Mysterio might still be tarnished.
  • Spider-Man has consistently been recognised as Iron Man’s protégé and an Avenger.
  • Mysterio has a videotape doctored to make it seem like Spider-Man was the final culprit.
  • It is feasible that the Daily Bugle’s biased reporting will continue even if Peter Parker’s secret identity is restored.
  • In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man has never had to cope with the unfavourable public impressions of his character.

However, even if Spider-Man’s secret persona is restored in Spider-Man: No Way Home, the image of Mysterio might still be tarnished. It is possible that even if Spider-Man manages to regain his obscurity after Quentin Beck’s fatal blow to him, the public would still see him as a danger and a menace even after the final film in the Homecoming trilogy.

Ironman’s Legacy

To make matters worse, even though Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has consistently been recognised as Iron Man’s protégé and an Avenger, Mysterio’s activities might give a traditional comic book dynamic by making the world question who Spider-Man truly is.

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The Mysterio Dilemma

Upon his demise, Mysterio has a videotape doctored to make it seem like Spider-Man was the final culprit of the London drone assault and Beck’s murderer, as well as disclosing his dark secret to the globe in a media article carried by the Daily Bugle. Consequently, when No Way Home starts, everyone will know that Peter Parker is Spider-Man.

As seen in the first teaser, Peter will turn to Doctor Strange to avoid being branded a monster by the general population.

The Fabric of Reality

Despite Doctor Strange’s best efforts to obscure Spider-Man’s real identity, as shown in the teaser, Peter accidentally screws things up, causing irreparable harm to the fabric of time. Even if the enchantment is reversed before the film’s conclusion, Mysterio has the potential to cause tremendous damage to Spider-Man’s reputation by the time the credits roll (thanks to the biased reporting of the Daily Bugle).

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J. Jonah Jameson

Due to J. Jonah Jameson’s iconic comic book newspaper, the Daily Bugle, which often slams Spider-Man despite Peter Parker’s heroics, it’s feasible that the Daily Bugle’s biased reporting will continue even if Peter Parker’s secret identity is restored and reality is transformed. As a result, even if Peter’s identity is fixed with the assistance of Strange, Mysterio’s reputation as a villain will remain intact.

Mephisto

While Spider-Man’s identity was restored following the One More Day storyline in which he revealed himself to the world in support of Iron Man during the first Civil War, Peter Parker’s deal with the devil Mephisto to save his dying aunt ultimately led to large portions of his history being erased and rewritten.

However, Spider-Man had no memory of what had happened. Because his marriage to Mary Jane was the price for Mephisto’s assistance, Peter Parker has had times when he has felt shame and remorse because his future daughter was prevented from being born due to the agreement. Even if the public forgets who Spider-Man is and what Mysterio said he did, they may still have some unexplainable scepticism and mistrust against the web-slinger (that the Daily Bugle would then perpetuate).

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Spider-Man and the Avengers

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man has never had to cope with the unfavourable public impressions of his character. Because of his closeness to Iron Man and the Avengers, he’s always been seen as a beneficial influence.

However, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has the ideal chance to confront the legendary issue of the public not liking him because he wears a mask, thanks to the possible restoration of his hidden identity.

Even if his identity is restored, the Daily Bugle’s negative publicity may soon follow, and all he’ll gain is more embarrassment. Thus, despite the conclusion of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Mysterio’s exposure of Spider-Man to the world may be undone, but his reputation and connection with the public and Jameson’s Daily Bugle might still be irreversibly destroyed (Erdmann, 2021).

Bibliography

Erdmann, K. (2021, December 4). Screen Rant. Retrieved from https://screenrant.com: https://screenrant.com/spiderman-reputation-mysterio-hurt-no-way-home-after/