ByWyatt Smith, writer at
There are two things that I love the most: superheroes and writing. And it's great whenever I do something that involves both.
Wyatt Smith

This will be my last article for the post-credits scene contest entry. I'm sure many have wonder why I've written SO many articles for a post-credits to a movie. I personally like making up ideas and just telling people and seeing what they think. So, without further or do, this is my last idea for a post-credits scene.

The scene starts with the camera focusing on a teenage boy walking from his house. Then, two men in black suits start to walk towards the boy. He sees them, starts running, and the camera follows him until a bunch of black SUV's encircle him. Nick Fury then comes out of the van, telling the other men to stand down.

Teenage Kid: "What do you want?"

Fury: "Mr. Parker, on the behalf of S.H.I.E.L.D., I have personally chosen you as a candidate for the Avengers." "And don't worry, your secret will be kept safe with us."

Peter: "I don't know if I can trust you guys." "Plus, how do you know who I am?" "And where I live?"

Fury: "Son, when we lost your mother and father, I made sure that you were to be protected as much as possible."

Peter: "How do know my parents?"

Fury: "They were both some of the greatest agents this agency has ever had." "So, are you in?"

Screen goes black.

I think this would've been a great way to introduce Spider-Man back into the MCU and have Spider-Man's parents as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, thus explaining why Aunt May and Uncle Ben raised him his whole life.

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