Spider-Man: Not A Way House is promising a multiversal Sinister Six for Peter Park (Tom Holland) to defend myself against. After Peter Parker’s identity is revealed by J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons) because the friendly neighborhood web-slinger in Spider-Man: Not Even Close To Home, his existence is switched upside lower. House (or harm) of Physician Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Peter must face a existence where his family members forget his secret identity or accept the duty that is included with everybody knowing who he’s. However, on the way, the multiverse breaks open and visitors using their company worlds are visiting to greet Peter Parker, for example Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), who we last saw die in Mike Raimi’s Spider-Man 2.
Along with other defeated enemies from Mike Raimi’s and Marc Webb’s films apparently getting back from the dead Willem Dafoe’s Eco-friendly Goblin) and a few with new looks (Jamie Foxx’s Electro), in addition to remorseful villains Sandman (Thomas Hayden Church in Spider-Man 3) and also the Lizard (The Astonishing Spider-Man), we are here in conclusion how these villains fared against “their” Peter Parker.