Another of Mysterio’s illusions involves MJ being thrown from a bridge. This would possibly cause some heartbreaking flashbacks for Spidey followers, as this is precisely how Gwen Stacey, Peter’s old flame, died in the comics. One of the illusions that Mysterio makes use of on Peter has a zombie-like Iron Man rising from the useless. This isn’t solely a devastating visual for a nonetheless-grieving Peter, but additionally serves as a nod to the Marvel comic sequence, Marvel Zombies. The series was written by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman.
30 ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Easter eggs and references you may need missed
The comic additionally options a number of visuals of Mysterio’s big palms grabbing at Spider-Man, additionally featured during a hallucinatory sequence in Far From Home. The last and largest name on the wall is the one that has been most abstracted.
EDITH stands for ‘Even Death I’m The Hero’ and offers Peter entry to pretty much every little thing. Communications networks, Stark industries satellites, and pretty much everything Tony had entry to when he was alive. Naturally this is what Mysterio desires, since it will let him unleash his illusions on a bigger and more damaging scale. Despite the very fact they’re proven to be inventions by Mysterio, it has been revealed that a few of the Elementals are primarily based on lesser-identified Spider-Man villains from the comics. The ‘Earth’ elemental is just like Sandman, Water is Hydro Man, and Fire is Molten man.
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