Spider-Man 3: Donald Glover is the MCU's Prowler in Spectacular Image

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
February 16, 2021  03:41 PM

The Marvel Cinematic Universe's Spider-Man 3 is already pretty stacked but considering the fact that Marvel Studios seems to be going all-in with the villains, potentially setting up the MCU's Sinister Six, it's safe to assume that there's always room for more baddies to appear in what Tom Holland describes as "the most ambitious superhero film ever".

One interesting character that could potentially make a comeback in Homecoming 3 is Aaron Davis. The character, played by Donald Glover didn't make much of an impact in the first film and only served as an easter egg cameo but what if he returns as the menacing Prowler in the third Spidey film? 

Davis is of course the uncle of Miles Morales, the Spider-Man from an alternate dimension, and the dynamic between the two was explored in 2018's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Now, a live-action version of the Prowler would be nice, don't you think?

Digital artist and avid webhead @venomhology unveiled his spectacular fanart on Instagram featuring Donald Glover depicted as the MCU's Prowler. I gotta say, it looks pretty badass and I wouldn't mind seeing him become a future villain in the MCU. Check it out here:



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At this rate, we still know very little about the project but it already promises to be one heck of a ride. A lot of rumors have been circulating all over the internet regarding the project and the "surprises" that come along with it and all I can say is, Marvel Studios and Sony better not be playing with fans. They need to pull out all the stops to make this one the best Spider-Man film of all time. I know they can pull it off.

Homecoming 3 is slated for release in December.

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