Spider-Man: No Way Home – Peter Parker is the most heroic avenger
With the release of the official Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, the MCU reaffirms that its most heroic Avenger is none other than Tom Holland’s Peter Parker.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the debate has been heated over who is the most heroic Avenger. The likes of Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man jump to the top of the line, as they are quite selfless in the way they protect their world; However, this is not always serious as they have quite the ego. This argument can now be dismissed, however, as the official Spider-Man: No Path Home The trailer reaffirms that this coat belongs to none other than Tom Holland’s Peter Parker.
This trailer goes into more detail about the rift in the multiverse that the teaser featured as Peter and Doctor Strange cast a spell to make people forget Spidey’s identity. The Sorcerer Supreme explains that rifts appear, which is why Doctor Octopus / Otto Octavius ââis in this reality, along with other “visitors” from previous films, such as Electro, Lizard, Green Goblin and Sandman, joining the party.
However, as Strange tries to put things back in place after the spell goes awry, he makes it clear to Peter that while he felt they needed to send these intruders back, the heroes actually need to fix the space and the time, so that the bad guys die once again. . As Otto mentions how Peter has to fly in the dark to fight the ghosts, Strange’s voiceover adds that “they all die fighting Spider-Man. It’s their fate!”
However, Peter trying to grab one of Green Goblin’s bombs suggests that he’s actually trying to save Norman Osborn from death in the Sam Raimi-Verse. Strange then reinforces that he’s ready to sacrifice these people, but not Peter, which leads Spidey to steal a box with the Seal of Vishanti on it. It could be Peter using the Magic Relic to try and set deadlines or jump around different universes to save his enemies, as he doesn’t think they should perish fighting their respective crawlers.
In that sense, Peter truly embodies what it means to be a paragon of virtue, believing in these enemies and risking everything to save them. It goes beyond other members of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes who would let – and understandably – the opposition die to save their world. However, in Peter’s case, he wants to keep the Web Head as a symbol – a symbol that must remain incorruptible. As such, for him fighting Strange is a more emotional and sentimental civil war, as Peter isn’t fighting for freedom, the laws, or his own happiness.
He just trusts those who try to kill him and thinks they could be better if given the chance. More so, he doesn’t think they should be judge, jury, and executioner, and if they have a chance to make things right, they should.
That’s the kind of selflessness and optimism the other Spider-Men had, but Holland’s version, with all that power and potential, takes it to another level. This is because as much as they are dangerous, Peter believes these enemies are still human and deserve protection.
Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17th.
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