Doctor Strange in Spiderman: No Way Home may reveal uncle Ben

With the madness happening in the multiverse, there is a chance that we can see uncle Ben

Except for the most recent MCU adaptations, every Spider-Man film has portrayed Peter Parker's origin story and how he obtained his Spider-Man skills. The loss of his father figure, Uncle Ben, is depicted in these origin stories, and it's always a devastating and heartbreaking scene.


In comparison to Spider-Man (2002) and The Amazing Spider-Man, the MCU has made some alterations to Peter and his tale (2012). Fans were divided about the decision to not explain his origin tale at all, but audiences had previously seen the same thing twice, so Kevin Feige felt it was the appropriate option. Aunt May's age has also been recognized as a significant adjustment. Aunt Mays is played by Marisa Tomei, who is 56 years old but appears to be in her forties. Tomei does not resemble the former Aunt Mays.


The major alteration in the MCU's Spider-Man is that he rarely, if ever, mentions his late Uncle Ben. It's such an important aspect of Spider-history Man's as a hero, and yet we've never heard of it? Doctor Strange, fortunately for fans of the series, may be the one to bring him in!


With all of the old faces returning for No Way Home, including Green Goblin, Doc Oc, Electro, and (supposedly) Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire's Spider-Men, it's only natural that Uncle Ben would show up. Uncle Ben would have to be the one Peter and May lost in the MCU, not one from another universe.


Meeting Uncle Ben and observing his interactions with May and Peter would only be worthwhile if it's the man they lost, not a replacement, for maximum impact and emotional value. Thanks to the plot of a comic from the 1990s, Doctor Strange may have the ability to do so.


Xandu, a sorcerer who commanded the Death Dimension, which happens to be in the corner of the Multiverse, was a semi-regular adversary in Spider-comics. Man's What other sorcerers are we familiar with? Doctor Strange is a fictional character. It would be easy and smart for Marvel to combine Strange and Xandu in a way that Strange can access this part of the Multiverse and bring back Uncle Ben for some sort of final pep talk to Peter.


Not only would it be a happy moment, but if Uncle Ben could perhaps stay in the land of the living, he could be satisfied without having to repeat the events of the first two Spider-Man series. After all, Peter has already lost so many father figures that it's only right to bring one back from the grave.


What do you believe should or will take place? Is Doctor Strange going to bring someone back from the dead to help Peter? Who will it be this time?

Jordan Danny Bragais

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