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Marvel’s 4 Biggest Spider-Man Variants Team-Up Against X-Men’s Magneto In Art Imagining The MCU’s Future-TGN

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  • Spider-Man: No Way Home and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse have set the stage for exciting future crossovers between live-action and animated versions of Spider-Man.
  • The fan art imagines a team-up between the three Peter Parkers and Miles Morales as they battle Magneto, one of the biggest X-Men villains.
  • Spider-Man 4 could potentially feature interactions between Peter and the X-Men, providing a perfect opportunity for Marvel Studios to introduce the mutants into the MCU.


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X-Men baddie Magneto takes on the three Peter Parkers and Miles Morales in new Marvel Cinematic Universe fan art, imagining what a big Spider-Man team-up could look like against the mutant. When it comes to Spider-Man in live-action and animation, the last couple of years have been some of the biggest ever for the web-crawler. Not only did Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland get to join forces in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but the Spider-Verse franchise got even bigger this year with Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, further cementing Miles Morales as another beloved on-screen Spider-Man.

Both the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse ending and the conclusion to Spider-Man: No Way Home set the stage for an even more exciting future for the various versions of Spider-Man – and raised the potential for the live-action and animated characters to meet one another down the road. Even though they have yet to team up with Miles, Mateus shared artwork where Holland, Maguire. Garfield’s Peters unite with him in an epic battle against none other than one of the biggest X-Men villains of all time: Magneto.

The MCU fan art also features Gwen Stacy, a.k.a. Spider-Woman, showing up to help the Spider-Man variants in their fight against Magneto. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse did incorporate Garfield and Maguire’s Spider-Men, as both of them can be seen through archival footage at Miguel O’Hara’s Spider Society, confirming that there can be crossovers between animated and live-action Spider-Man projects.

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How Spider-Man 4 Could Feature X-Men Characters

Following the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios are looking to make another trilogy with Holland, as his next chapter would look significantly different. Now that the world has forgotten that Peter is Spider-Man, the web-slinger is essentially back to square one, which opens the door for him to create new dynamics in the MCU through Spider-Man 4. One of the things that is coming up in the MCU is the highly-anticipated X-Men reboot, as the mutants will finally get their due in the franchise.

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Given that he has a rich history with the X-Men, it would genuinely be intriguing to see Spider-Man 4 feature Peter having interactions with some of the famous heroes. In many ways, Peter would be a perfect choice to serve as the eyes and ears for the MCU audience in getting introduced to the X-Men. At the same time, having Spider-Man 4 feature the X-Men in any capacity could also set the stage for Marvel Studios to adapt some of their shared storylines from the comics.

Peter’s first MCU chapter consisted of him being a major part of the Avengers, and Spider-Man: No Way Home was a temporary conclusion to that, as it is only a matter of time before the young hero unites with them again. However, Spider-Man 4 can broaden out his connections and alliances, whether it be with a team like the X-Men or others like The Defenders, since Spider-Man will be a big representation of the street-level heroes of the MCU. For now, time will tell what the MCU is planning to do with Spider-Man 4 as the world is waiting patiently for more details on Peter’s next sequel.

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