Spider-Man No Way Home – Why a comic-accurate redesign was tossed


Why a comic accurate redesign of The Lizard was tossed in Spider-Man: No Way Home in favor of keeping his look from The Amazing Spider-Man.

The design of The Lizard in The Amazing Spider-Man proved to be somewhat unpopular, so when it was revealed that the character would be returning for Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans had hoped that Marvel would give the villain a comic-accurate redesign.

As you may know, The Lizard remained the same in Spiderman: No Way home and Marvel Studios’ Head of visual development Ryan Meinerding explained this in Spiderman: No Way – The Art of the Movie via ComicBookMovie.com. Meinerding stated, “We’re trying to make the audience believe that this character is from another film.“. “If we change it too much, if we’re changing bone structure, it doesn’t feel like it’s the character from that other movie, and we’ve lost the magic of The Multiverse.Related

Having that said, all the explorations made were incredible,[Visual Development Supervisor Ian Joyner]”. “Incorporating more costume and ripped and torn pants or shirts or lab coats, was also part of the fun exploration that I’m glad we did, even if it didn’t end up serving the story.” Those designs were released last year and certainly looked like The Lizard that fans were expecting. While I understand the reasoning behind not changing The Lizard, they did give Jamie Foxx’s Electro a makeover.Spider-Man won’t be going anywhere anytime soon, so perhaps one day… the torn lab coat and purple pants of The Lizard will make a triumphant return. The design of the character has shifted many times since his introduction in 1963, with the first appearance of The Lizard actually looking more like his design in

The Amazing Spider-Man than the one fans have become used to.Do you wish Marvel had redesigned The Lizard for

Spider-Man: No Way Home?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6eSv7c0_n0

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