SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Concept Art Reveals A Surprising New Design For A Junkyard Vulture

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Concept Art Reveals A Surprising New Design For A "Junkyard" Vulture

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TheVandalore - 2/27/2024, 5:55 AM
Without a side by side I really don't see any upgrades.
dragon316 - 2/27/2024, 7:03 AM
@TheVandalore - he got guns on wings all i see is different
Scarilian - 2/27/2024, 6:04 AM
Vulture should have just had the wing suit that Falcon had. This version of the flight suit has always looked like he made it just from pure scrap metal as opposed to the realism of harvesting from the battle of New York which would have given him tons of alien tech to integrate let alone random SHIELD tech or army tech like Falcon used.

I hope when Sony eventually do their Sinister Six film that Vulture gets his accurate appearance they'd planned for Spider-man 3/Spider-man 4.
dragon316 - 2/27/2024, 7:06 AM
@Scarilian - I can deal with suit not being spandex green gives costume more realism realistic look want accuate look for vulture may as pick guy in his 70-80 play vulture who needs walker get around set that be more accuate in comics Spider-Man gets his butt kicked by senior citizen with costume
Origame - 2/27/2024, 7:34 AM
@Scarilian - ...you do realize you said it looks like scrap, then you countered it by pointing out its made from scrap.
Matchesz - 2/27/2024, 8:01 AM
@Scarilian - That John Malkovich concept would have been the perfect Vulture. Not a fan of giving Vulture a couple of canons or even him having huge turbines in his wings, seems way off from what the character is in the comic
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 10:14 AM
@Origame - two different scraps, other one scrap and the other one crap. Well at least I think he meant that, but who knows🤷‍♂️
Origame - 2/27/2024, 10:18 AM
@RegularPoochie - who knows what he meant. You can clearly see what he used, so I don't get the argument.
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 10:51 AM
@Origame - not arguing, just saying how I took it, but who knows.
Origame - 2/27/2024, 11:29 AM
@RegularPoochie - oh no, I'm talking about his argument.
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 11:57 AM
@Origame - oh, now I see! Gotcha!
hainesy - 2/27/2024, 11:57 AM
@Scarilian - Agree 100%. The above look is perfect. In fact, they could have just had Toombes steal a spare Falcon suit from SHIELD or Stark.
Slotherin - 2/27/2024, 7:05 PM
@hainesy - Falcon's suit wasn't from SHIELD, but yeah
Scarilian - 2/28/2024, 11:51 AM
@Origame -
If you were IRL working with scrap and were tasked with building a Vulture suit, you'd come up with the version we have in Spider-man: Homecoming.

If you were working with the scrap from the wreckage of New York City after an alien invasion where you have your hands on anti-gravity technology, lasers, power crystals, etc... you'd come up with something better than massive fan blades to help you fly.

It just feels like the Vulture suit was designed in a universe where the battle of New York never happened. You'd think that it'd be a prototype suit he would have had at the start of the film and upgraded given he's now working with alien technology, but it remains the same.

Origame - 2/28/2024, 2:38 PM
@Scarilian - ...really. that's the standard you're using.

Let me ask, what makes you think a bunch of blue collar workers can make anti grav tech to work.

Scrapping doesn't mean you can just make something work the way it was meant to.
Scarilian - 3/1/2024, 6:30 PM
@Origame -
"what makes you think a bunch of blue collar workers can make anti grav tech to work."

That is the standard established in the movie.

The tech was used by those involved to create varying weapons including anti-gravity technology, Vulture just never applied it to his stuff. We saw them using anti-gravity technology to pick-up opponents during the ATM robbery scene.


This reverse engineering of technology and manipulating it to create anti-gravity weapons is more work than simply using the pre-existing anti-gravity tech to fly as the Chitauri travel vessels did during the Battle of New York.

"Scrapping doesn't mean you can just make something work the way it was meant to."

True, though in some cases it was technology that already existed that is left behind after the battle - such as the hover vehicles the Chitauri used. Vulture was hired to be the contractor who did clear-up and would have managed to acquire some of this sort of thing prior.

In 2014, two years after the battle of New York, Vultures team have managed to augment Chitauri tech into their weapons, tanks and body armour.

In 2016, four years after the battle of New York, Vulture's team have reverse engineered the technology to create anti-gravity weapons and shockwave blasters. According to the movie itself the events take place '8 YEARS LATER' which would mean they'd have even longer to do this.
JakeDaSnakkke - 2/27/2024, 7:24 AM
It's okay I guess
Forthas - 2/27/2024, 8:00 AM
Completely underated Villain. Of all of Spiderman villains across teh Mcguire, Garfield and Holland films, Vulture is the second best.
santoanderson - 2/27/2024, 8:23 AM
It must be fun to be Michael Keaton. Dude’s in his seventies, and signs multi-film contracts two play two comic book characters with two different movie studios, and both studios come up with imaginative ways to [frick] it all up. WB just flat-out kills his Batman and Sony banishes his Vulture to the Morbius-verse.
SonOfAGif - 2/27/2024, 8:37 AM
@santoanderson - From a lore point of view, Across the Spider-verse explains why. Fisk's collider affected the Spider-verse and various villains and heroes were warped out of their universes and plucked into other ones. Vulture appearing in Morbius adds to that. What Sony should have did was as soon as Vulture and Morbius were speaking, We see a Portal open and Spider-Man 2099 appears in animated/live action and says "I found the anomaly" and begins rushing at Vulture and the scene ends.
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 8:51 AM
Looks same to me.🤷‍♂️
MyCoolYoung - 2/27/2024, 8:55 AM
@RegularPoochie - he didn’t have guns on his wings at first did he?
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 9:26 AM
@MyCoolYoung - no and noticed them, still looks the same
MyCoolYoung - 2/27/2024, 10:43 AM
@RegularPoochie - it’s just an upgraded suit. So it probably just put some weapons and gadgets on it
RegularPoochie - 2/27/2024, 10:52 AM
@MyCoolYoung - yeah, that's what I got from looking at the picture
dagenspear - 2/27/2024, 12:54 PM
@RegularPoochie - Thought similarly.
slickrickdesigns - 2/27/2024, 9:04 AM
Too bad Sony can’t get on board with Marvel Studios game plan.
I wonder if Sony wasn’t trying to do all these Spider-Man spin-offs to create their own “Sinister Six” (without being sinister) if Marvel Studios would do an actual sinister six vs Spider-Man and not just multiverse stuff, I’m talking 616 Sinister Six.

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