Hishe – How Spider-Man: Far From Home Ended:
There are certain things in the world that always make you happy no matter what. One of those aspects of our lives are the MCU movies. They aren’t just films anymore. The projects from Marvel Studios are celebrated as festivals that arrive at our nearest theatres every 3 years. Well, another aspect of happiness is the Hishe episodes that follow after every Marvel film, or perhaps every Superhero movie in Hollywood. And now is the time to take a look at how Spider-Man: Far From Home Should Have Ended:
Superheroes and other infamous pop culture characters may be divided by the studio rights upon those characters, but all of them fall under one single branch of fandom. That big umbrella is the Hishe animated Multiverse. What’s great is that with every new Spider-Man film, they actually allow the fans to participate with the episodes. The Hishe episodes for Spider-Man movies are all written by the fans.
The one for Spider-Man: Far From Home is quite amazing because it ranges from the previous MCU films and Spider-Man films to the spider-verse. It actually makes one of our dreams come true by bringing in a Spider-verse in the way we actually want to see. With Spider-Man now leaving the MCU, the Multiverse is probably the only viable option that could save Spider-Man and continue his top selling traits.
Sony could take notes from their animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and this latest Hishe episode. They could actually give us a similar live action Spider-Man movie involving Tobey Maguire, Tom Holland, and Andrew Garfield. Or they could follow the most likely step that they’re probably looking to follow right now, i.e. toss Spider-Man into Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters. This way he could appear with the likes of Venom, Morbius, Kraven, Silk, Black Cat, Silver Sable and other characters that Sony is planning to bring in their own little MCU like shared Universe. All these films could later go on to converge in one Spider-verse movie.
Before we go on talking about how Spider-Man’s future could be handled, we have to stop and appreciate the amazing ending of the aforementioned Hishe episode. Batman and Superman turning out to be Skrulls was quite amazing, and the episode actually set it up before showing it. And the little things during the whole episode, such as Garfield’s Spider-Man killing the drone with his Skate Board right after Tobey Maguire embarrasses it with an inverted trademark Spider-Man kiss was just awesome.
We wish that everything live-action could also have been under one giant umbrella just like the Hishe universe. The likes of Harry Potter, Justice League, the Incredibles, Avengers, Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Godzilla, Predator and all other fantasy franchises crossing over with each other might have been totally fantastic if all the movie studios were willing to collaborate just like Sony and Disney did with Spider-Man for a short while.
The split between the two studios was pretty unfortunate. Sony released the following statement:
“Much of today’s news about Spider-Man has mischaracterized recent discussions about Kevin Feige’s involvement in the franchise. We are disappointed, but respect Disney’s decision not to have him continue as a lead producer of our next live action Spider-Man film. We hope this might change in the future, but understand that the many new responsibilities that Disney has given him – including all their newly added Marvel properties – do not allow time for him to work on IP they do not own. Kevin is terrific and we are grateful for his help and guidance and appreciate the path he has helped put us on, which we will continue.”
Tom Holland further confirmed of the split and his involvement with the different version of Spider-Man 3 which is headed our way. He said:
“Basically, we’ve made five great movies. It’s been five amazing years. I’ve had the time of my life. Who knows what the future holds? But all I know is that I’m going to continue playing Spider-Man and having the time of my life. It’s going to be so fun, however we choose to do it. The future for Spider-Man will be different, but it will be equally as awesome and amazing, and we’ll find new ways to make it even cooler.”
Let’s hope another Spider-Man film will be as great even being without the MCU.