Tom Holland's Spider-Man Gets Overtaken By Venom In Dark MCU Spider-Man 4 Art

Tom Holland's Peter Parker is overtaken by the Venom symbiote in terrifying MCU fan art ahead of Marvel Studios' Spider-Man 4. Tom Holland has played Peter Parker's Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Captain America: 

Civil War in 2016, and he has since starred in a solo Spider-Man trilogy known as the "Home Trilogy" as well as appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. 

 Holland is slated to return in a new Spider-Man trilogy produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, where he may face some of his most iconic enemies, such as Kingpin and Venom.

Tom Holland's upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe trilogy will begin with Marvel Studios' Spider-Man 4, which is said to be in development but has no release date yet. 

This ominous artwork references concerns that Venom will appear in Spider-Man 4, as the symbiote was left in the MCU in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

It has long been speculated that Tom Holland's Spider-Man would soon join with the Venom symbiote, obtain his famous black outfit, and face off against the famed Marvel Comics villain. Spider-Man: 

No Way Home's mid-credits scene takes significant strides in establishing this much anticipated scenario for the MCU's future, as Doctor Strange's spell drew Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock into the MCU, leaving a bit of Venom behind when he returned home.

After erasing his identity from public memory in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker resumes his crime-fighting exploits without the use of Iron Man technology or the backing of his previous comrades.

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