Spider-Man: Lady Gaga Saved Peter Parker From A Marvel Villain

MCU fans are rooting for Lady Gaga to enter the Marvel universe. Many do not know, but in the comics, the actress and singer has already saved Spider-Man from a villain of his.

This unusual case happened in 2010, in issue #649 of The Amazing Spider-Man. The arc initially followed Phil Urich, who became a Goblin – from Norman Osborn’s group.

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Involved in a relationship with North Winters, fascinated by the Goblin, Phil decided to take some items from Norman’s secret lab. There, however, he was confronted by Daniel Kingsley, who had taken on the mantle of the villainous Hobgoblin.

Having managed to defeat Daniel, Phil, with dubious intentions, took up the Hobgoblin mantle. His first action was to attack Horizon Labs, where Peter Parker was on his first day on the job.

In the fight, Phil Urich’s Hobgoblin left Spider-Man destabilized with his sonic scream. Before the villain dealt the final blow, a colleague of Peter’s connected Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance into the lab’s system.

Lady Gaga’s music drowned out Hobgoblin’s new scream and brought Spider-Man back to consciousness. If not for the singer, Peter Parker would have died.

Spider-Man even realizes he was saved by the singer. See below.

Spider-Man is in the movies with No Return Home

Spider-Man 3, titled Spider-Man: No Return Home, features Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon. The cast also includes Jamie Foxx as Electro, Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange.

Willem Dafoe returns as the Green Goblin to lead a group of villains from the multiverse. The villain was the main character of the first Spider-Man with Tobey Maguire. Molina’s Doctor Octopus is also from the same trilogy, while Foxx’s Electro is from Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker films.

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The film is directed by Jon Watts.

“For the first time in Spider-Man cinematic history, our friendly neighborhood hero is unmasked and can no longer separate his normal life from the great risks of being a superhero.”

“When he asks Doctor Strange for help, the stakes become even more dangerous, and they force him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man,” reads the film’s synopsis.

Spider-Man 3, titled Spider-Man: No Return Home, is now in theaters. Peter Parker’s films are not on Disney+, but the other MCU productions are on the platform.

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