ByReed Glaze, writer at
Cap' and Spidey are boss
Reed Glaze

The second reboot of the Spider-Man film franchise will become a reality in 2017. Many are excited for Spider-Man to finally be in the same movie universe as the Avengers, where he belongs. this has been made possible by the deal that Sony has made with Marvel Studios. BOOYAH!

Now, I hope to see a brand new villain in the 2017 movie, and that villain is Kraven the Hunter. The Spider-Man movies have always had a new villain in each film, so why should this one be any different. Kraven the Hunter is very interesting to me. His history in Africa leads me to believe that he could have some ties with the Black Panther, king of the African nation of Wakanda. My theory is that Black Panther will come to America to find Kraven, which would explain why he is involved in Captain America Civil War, along with Spider-Man (rumored). Say that Kraven has been causing all kinds of trouble in Wakanda, maybe partnering with Ulysses Klaue, who has just appeared in Avengers Age of Ultron, with a brand on his neck saying thief in Wakandan. This also would explain why Spider-Man's new film is rumored to be called Spider-Man: The Next Avenger. Say that Kraven goes to New York, and comes to battle the brand new Spider-Man. This would also mean that, if my theory is correct, that Black Panther will come into contact with Spider-Man. And, if Black Panther fights alongside the Avengers in Civil War, maybe one of the Avengers will try to help Black Panther defeat Kraven, particularly Captain America. Cap' is one of Black Panther's greatest allies in the comics, so why change that in the movies. Captain America is rumored to play a mentor role to Spider-Man, so this could be a great way to set it up. Say that Captain America sees how well Spider-Man fights against Kraven, and decides that he is Avengers material. This would explain all of the new Spider-Man rumors.

My theory is a little bit complicated complicated, I know, but i think that maybe, with a little tweaking, it could be a great way for Marvel to tie both Spider-Man, and Black Panther, into the MCU.


What do you think about my theory?


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