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    8 Reasons Why Doctor Octopus Absolutely, Positively Shouldn't Be In "Spider-Man: No Way Home"

    Marvel is making a huge mistake.

    1. He died in Spider-Man 2.

    Alfred Molina stares at something in a glass case as Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2

    2. It’s not fair to the other MCU villains.

    Malekith stands in front of Thor in Thor Dark World, furrowing his brows in anger

    3. It’s not fair to the other MCU villains who haven’t been in the MCU yet.

    An open comic book on a table

    4. Too many people have come back from the dead already.

    Peter Parker lies on the ground as his body turns to dust while Tony Stark looks down at him in Avengers: Infinity War

    5. Doctor Octopus a lame villain.

    Alfred Molina stands in the back of a train with his tentacles reaching and grasping as Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2

    6. Even if he wasn’t lame, he doesn’t look the comic book version.

    Alfred Molina smiles as he pushes his goggles off of his forehead and pushes up his shaggy hair as Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2

    7. Doctor Octopus could possess Spider-Man’s body.

    Tom Holland while stands near a moving train with his Spider-Man mask off as Peter in Spider-Man: Homecoming

    8. And finally, I don’t want him near Marisa Tomei.

    Marissa Tomei talks to Peter as Aunt May in Spider-Man: Far From Home

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