How could it be otherwise because **it is what is customary in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, its sixteenth installment, *Spider-Man: Homecoming*, contains a couple of post-credit scenes** as the icing on the satisfying show that one has seen just before. This usually serves to spur the probable desire that we have left to see more about this superhero cosmos, that the next movie be released as soon as possible without ever getting enough. And one realizes at the end of the credits in this new adventure of the mutated teenager that Marvel Studios is very aware of this, and allows himself the luxury of joking about the eagerness of the spectators to continue his adventures.
**The first** added scene is actually intercredits, since they haven’t finished when it’s inserted. In it, we see that **Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton)**, who transforms into the Vulture with his winged suit of alien technology, is already prison fodder after being captured thanks to Spider-Man. He is in a corridor with one of his cronies, Marc Gargan (Michael Mando), who had also been arrested but before, on the Staten Island Ferry by the FBI; and he tells him that there is a rumor that Toomes knows the identity of the spider-man, and that he should reveal it for his own good. However, the answer that Gargan gets is as follows: ** “If he knew who Spider-Man is, he would already be dead” **.
The ambiguity of his words is obvious, so viewers don’t know exactly what he means by them. **Perhaps he intends to deal with the wall-crawler himself** the moment he gets a chance to get out of prison, or **perhaps he feels indebted to our young mutant for saving his life** in their last confrontation, by preventing that the explosion of the extraterrestrial material would finish him off: **we must not overlook that Toomes is an honorable man despite his villainy**, which is demonstrated when, before the high school dance to which Peter Parker goes with the daughter of this one, Liz (Laura Harrier), gives the boy in the car a chance to go home unscathed if he doesn’t meddle in her business again.
Be that as it may, in addition to suggesting where the next plots about Spidey could go, this scene undoubtedly serves to make it clear that his civilian identity is safe because Toomes has no intention of opening his mouth about it. However, it is not the only thing that makes us suppose with her, because we could well take the return of **Gargan, who sports a scorpion tattoo on her neck**, as if **in the future she could be a character of greater importance if he becomes precisely the Scorpion**, one of the supervillains against whom Spider-Man fights and whose excesses we have not yet seen on the big screen, and who could even house the symbiote of the terrible Venom in one of the films to come.
And not only that, but with years of rumors about a possible Marvel production centered on the Sinister Six, the supervillains gathered to eliminate Spider-Man, for now three of one of their combinations are already known. : the Vulture, the Scorpion and the Shocker** (Bokeem Woodbine), Toomes’ comrade named Herman Schultz, who inherits the special gloves after his boss killed their previous wearer, Jackson Brice (Logan Marshall-Green), when he threatened to talk more than necessary.
Thus, there is no doubt that this scene of the credits is the one that involves all the chicha that Marvel Studios were willing to give them away, because **in the second they want nothing more than to tease us. It is a parody of the public educational videos that Captain America** (Chris Evans) made before being persecuted by the events of *Civil War* (Anthony and Joe Russo, 2016), and that some of us find inevitable that it reminds us of Troy McClure from *The Simpsons* (Matt Groening, James L. Brooks and Sam Simon, since 1989). On this occasion, the Captain **talks about how valuable patience is, that sometimes it is rewarded, and other times, as in this case, it is not**: Marvel sticks its tongue out at us, the most faithful followers of its cinematographic universe, that we persist with our asses in the cinema seat until the credits end, waiting for this icing. **So we have no choice but to smile**.
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An explanation of the post-credits scenes of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’
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