SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Concept Art Reveals A Three Armed Version Of The Monstrous Molten Man

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Concept Art Reveals A Three Armed Version Of The Monstrous Molten Man

Mysterio's Elementals in Spider-Man: Far From Home offered unique takes on some classic Spidey foes, and this newly revealed concept art shows off a three armed version of the monstrous Molten Man!

Spider-Man: Far From Home reinvented some of the wall-crawler's most famous villains, Hydro Man and Molten Man among them. The latter proved to be a formidable foe, even if he was just one of Mysterio's illusions, and the monster (supposedly) from another planet tore through Prague despite Peter Parker's attempts to stop it. 

Marvel Studios concept artist Jerad S. Marantz has now showcased some amazing concept art from the film revealing an earlier version of Molten Man with debris embedded in his back and a third arm! 

"[Originally], my design had three arms and a lot of metal bits and debris in the character," Marantz explains. "It made it in as intended in one of the video games, but changed a little bit in the film. That’s the thing about designing CG characters. Even when the designs approved, they can change by the time they get to screen."

A throwaway comment from Flash Thompson indicated that there's a real Hydro Man somewhere out there in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it seems unlikely classic versions of these bad guys will make it to screen in future Spider-Man films now they've been reimagined in other ways. 

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