Holland, Maguire & Garfield Spider-Man Face-off Against All 19 Of Their Villains In Marvel Art


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home brought together three generations of Spider-Man, creating an unforgettable celebration for fans.
  • Fans are still eagerly imagining what it would look like if Tobey Maguire, Tom Holland, and Andrew Garfield shared the screen again.
  • Art of Time Travel’s crossover artwork showcases the trio of Spider-Man actors teaming up against all the iconic villains from the live-action films.

All 19 of Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man villains clash in the ultimate Marvel fan art. One of the biggest Marvel films of all time is Spider-Man: No Way Home, which served as a major installment in The Multiverse Saga, where Holland got to team up with Maguire and Garfield’s respective versions of the web-crawler. The Phase 4 film essentially became an unforgettable celebration of three generations of Spider-Man, as the ultimate fan dream was achieved thanks to Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios.

Ever since Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans have been wanting to see the three Peter Parkers come back together in some form or fashion. While nothing has been properly announced, fans are still imagining what it would look like if Maguire, Holland, and Garfield were to share the screen again.

Art of Time Travel, a popular digital artist, recently released a new massive crossover artwork featuring Maguire, Holland, and Garfield joining forces against every Spider-Man villain that has been used in live-action to this point. The villains that are featured are Shriek, Carnage, Rhino, Vulture, Kingpin, Green Goblin (Dane Dehaan’s version,) Tinkerer, Sandman, Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe’s version,) Mysterio, Doctor Octopus, Morbius, Scorpion, Shocker, Venom, Electro, Lizard, Hydro-Man, and Molten Man.

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What Is Next For Spider-Man In Live-Action?

Spider-Man No Way Home trio image

Given the massive success that Spider-Man: No Way Home had in 2021, Spider-Man 4 has been in active development for nearly two years. Currently, no director is attached, and while story details have supposedly been worked on, no known screenwriters have been revealed at this point. Before the SAG-AFTRA strike, Holland clarified that he had meetings with Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios while remaining tight-lipped about his future in the MCU.

Interestingly enough, Maguire may have another project in the cards for his Spider-Man, at least according to his Spider-Man 3 co-star Thomas Haden Church. In a late July interview, Church claimed he had heard rumors about Maguire and Sam Raimi working on their own Spider-Man 4 installment, although Sony Pictures have yet to confirm or deny these claims. On the small screen, Prime Video and MGM+ are working on a live-action Spider-Man TV universe with Sony, which currently has Silk: Spider Society and Spider-Man Noir currently confirmed to be part of that slate, although it remains to be seen if it will be tied to Sony’s Spider-Man Universe.

It wouldn’t be shocking if Holland ends up reuniting with Garfield and Maguire’s Spider-Man in Avengers: Secret Wars as they reach the end of The Multiverse Saga. After how huge the reception was to see them in Spider-Man: No Way Home, it would be odd if Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures didn’t find a way to bring back Maguire and Garfield at least one more time. But for now, Spider-Man fans can relive Holland, Maguire, and Garfield’s movies through streaming and on Blu-Ray/DVD.

Source: Art of Time Travel/Instagram

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