Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio, will join Spider-Man in the fight against the Elementals in Spider-Man: Far From Home. The illusion-conjuring hero, who claims to be from another Earth, may not actually be who he says he is (if the comics are any consideration). Either way, his Funko Pop! figure looks fan-freaking-tastic, and it glows in the dark, too, which will make for a nice magic trick.
We’ve seen Spider-Man suit up in a few different outfits during his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In Spider-Man: Far From Home, he’ll put on his coolest suit yet. The stealth suit is an all-black outfit that allows Spider-Man to sneak around undetected as he attempts to figure out Mysterio’s real motivations.
Spider-Man won’t just don a stealth suit in Spider-Man: Far From Home; the hero is also set to wear an upgraded suit from the one he wore in Spider-Man: Homecoming. We’re not sure of its abilities, but the suit features a red and black design, rather than the traditional red and blue.
MJ had a smaller role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but her involvement looks to be expanding in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Curiously, Mary Jane’s Funko Pop! figure is holding a medieval-looking weapon, suggesting that she may join the fight against the Elementals.
Happy Hogan has long been a loyal assistant to Tony Stark. In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Happy is going to take on more of a mentor role to Peter Parker, as the two navigate a post-Endgame world. Remember: he doesn’t work for Spider-Man, he works with Spider-Man.
Who is Mysterio? That will be the central question in Spider-Man: Far From Home. This Funko Pop! figure unmasks Mysterio and shows the man behind the fishbowl helmet, nice beard and all. Fans will get to know Mysterio’s real story soon. Side note: what’s with the MCU and beards?
As his name suggests, Hydro-Man is capable of manipulating water. He’ll be an interesting foe to watch onscreen, as spiders and water typically don’t mix. In the comics, Hydro-Man makes his first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #212, which was released in 1981.
Spider-Man won’t just have to deal with a villain who can manipulate water; he’ll also face a villain who has control over flames, too. The Funko Pop! figure showcases a villain who looks like he stepped right out of a volcano.
When Spider-Man isn’t joining his friends for a vacation abroad, he’s swinging around the streets of New York City. This Funko Pop! figure showcases the first suit the hero received from Tony Stark, which gave him access to some truly awesome abilities, including an AI named Karen.
Spider-Man goes international
When we think of Spider-Man, we think of him protecting the citizens of New York City. But in Spider-Man: Far From Home, he’ll travel and aboard and have to juggle his friends, his secret identity, and his responsibility as a hero.
Although Spider-Man is the hero of this story, we’re intrigued by Mysterio, and we absolutely love Mysterio in full costume?tag=swblog00-20ascsubtag=UUtbUdUnU74050). Not only is it comic-accurate, but it glows in the dark, so you can admire his Funko Pop! figure even when the lights go out.
Of course, you can’t talk about Spider-Man without mentioning the titular hero. As much as we love his upgraded red and black suit, we are drawn to Spider-Man’s new stealth suit, which features an all-black look, allowing Spidey to sneak around in the shadows.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is in theaters July 2, 2019. Here’s what you need to know.
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