After Peter has worked out Mysterio’s true nature, an prolonged hallucination sequence (that ends with him getting hit by a practice) sees Peter come face-to-face with a zombie Iron Man. This is not the first tiger reference in a Spider-Man film though as Kirsten Dunst’s Mary Jane stated “go get ’em, tiger” on the end of Spider-Man 2. Peter will get to try on all manner of fits all through Far From Home, from his Iron Spider one all the best way again to his original do-it-yourself swimsuit. While the MCU’s Ned isn’t precisely Ned Leeds from the comics, that Ned did at least have an on-off relationship (including marriage) to Betty Brant.
– You’ll discover that a light change in Peter’s room is taped up with a outstanding “don’t turn off” hand-lettered signal on it. While it isn’t defined, we do see Peter’s Stark-issued Avengers/Iron Spider costume is saved in some type of stasis field. That mild change probably controls the ability to that, hence the “do not flip off” sign. – Aunt May doing work for the Salvation Army may be very on brand from the comics, the place she spent appreciable time working at a homeless shelter.
Mysterio/Quentin Beck claims he’s from one other universe, Earth-833.
He even created the alternate persona of Doctor Ludwig Rinehart for himself so that he could take Spider-Man into his psychiatric care. He then tormented him with holograms of his enemies hoping they’d drive Spider-Man to madness.
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