Yes, I've been watching them. On one hand, introducing the Multiverse into the MCU is a bit much this early on, and over-complicates things. On the other hand, it is a creative way to bring in characters from previous Spider-Man movies for the nostalgia. I just hope the overall story is a good one otherwise it will come across as a muddled mess with too many characters similar to Spider-Man 3. In general, superhero movies work best with a focus on the one hero and one villain, like with the first two Spider-Man movies, and the first two in the current "Home" trilogy.
Since Nightmare is essentially God in the Dream-Dimension, could this lead to Doctor Strange being defeated or imprisoned? Or will this just be a one-off episode? I thought a saw a trailer with an evil version of Strange -- perhaps from another universe and corrupted by Nightmare -- so who knows there may be some fallout from that...
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Post by geneweigel on Dec 17, 2021 13:39:55 GMT -5
From the trailer, Dr Strange seems to have gone a long way without being the character as we know him.
As an aside, Xmas shopping around for toys I noticed a set of Fantastic Four big logoed and Byrne era-like action figures. I wonder if the Galactus origin of being from another universe is going to fit in the films somehow.