As revealed in these exciting bits of art, Saunders initially set the master of the mystic arts and the beloved web-head brawling in Peter 2’s (Tobey Maguire) wrestling match that sees him go up against Bonesaw, as well as one of the heated encounters that that Peter later has with his landlord, Mr. Ditkovich (Elya Baskin), in “Spider-Man 2.” These weren’t the only trips the two would take either. Presumably going at the same pace as the Doc goes during his journey across dimensions in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” they would also stumble through “The Amazing Spider-Man” installments.
Besides shots of what looks to be Peter 2’s battle with Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), there are also shots from Andrew Garfield’s stint as Spidey, most noticeably his failed rescue mission to save Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Who knows? Had they kept it in, things might’ve changed, and the two could’ve helped stop another significant snap in comic book history. However, the game might’ve been given away too soon regarding the cameos; plus, that heart-wrenching save of M.J. by Peter 3 (Andrew Garfield) might not have happened either. That’s a “what if” we could do without.