What If Spider-Man 4 Featuring Tobey Maguire Would Have Happened?

One of the best Spider-Man mini series was the “What if Spider-Man,” series. Usually the comics would feature something controversial in the Spider-Man universe that the writers couldn’t definitively put in the comics because it might upset many fans. An example of one of the issues is, “What if…the Amazing Spider-Man Had Married the Black […]

One of the best Spider-Man mini series was the “What if Spider-Man,” series. Usually the comics would feature something controversial in the Spider-Man universe that the writers couldn’t definitively put in the comics because it might upset many fans. An example of one of the issues is, “What if…the Amazing Spider-Man Had Married the Black Cat?” So in honor of that series we are writing a, “What if…Spider 4 Featuring Tobey Maguire Would Have Gone On To Make A 4th Film?”

During a cut scene in Spider-Man 3, Peter gives Dr. Conner a piece of the symbiote to hold and test (this scene actually happened in the movie). Dr. Connor believing it not to be a threat left the symbiote in a Petri Dish to be tested on later. However, the symbiote merely acted to be in a restful state or acted as if it was in a state of sleep while in fact it was still able to move for a time without a host. This is when the symbiote inside the Petri Dish fell off the table and broke free. Then the symbiote moved to a close by prison where it met serial killer Cletus Kasady, there they then merged together to create Carnage. However, unlike Venom in which he refers to himself as “we,” Carnage is a singlur entity thus referring to himself as “I,” since this time the symbiote merged with Kasady’s bloodstream creating one entity. Carnage would then cause mayhem for Spider-Man causing them to clash.

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  1. RPG TEAM 5 years ago

    I don’t think Toby McGuire’s portrayal of Spider Man would fair too well against carnage. He barely won all of his fights.

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