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  • The world mourns Iron Man - and for Peter Parker, Tony Stark's death is a whole lot more personal. 1 / 35

  • A dejected Happy Hogan attempts to help Peter deal with his grief. 2 / 35

  • It looks as though Peter got to keep the Iron Spider suit Tony gave him in Avengers: Infinity War. 3 / 35

  • Spider-Man uses a massive number of web traps - a more profligate use of web fluid than ever before. Has he inherited money from Tony Stark? 4 / 35

  • Spider-Man also appears to have built up a positive relationship with the police - a departure from the comics! 5 / 35

  • Peter is doing his best to ghost Nick Fury, wanting to shirk that famous sense of responsibility. 6 / 35

  • Peter and MJ seem to have gotten a lot closer since Spider-Man: Homecoming. 7 / 35

  • Flash Thompson, Peter Parker's bully, gets his comeuppance as part of the class summer vacation. 8 / 35

  • When Nick Fury finally tracks Spider-Man down, he shoots his pal Ned with a knockout dart. 9 / 35

  • Nick Fury takes Spider-Man to his secret base in Venice. 10 / 35

  • Mysterious Elemental creatures are wreaking havoc in Europe, and Fury believes they've emerged from another dimension. 11 / 35

  • Spider-Man is introduced to Mysterio, who claims to originate from an alternate dimension. 12 / 35

  • Spider-Man dons the stealth suit - presumably given it by Nick Fury. 13 / 35

  • Spider-Man is staggered to learn that the snap has opened up an entire Multiverse. 14 / 35

  • Fury is still working with his old S.H.I.E.L.D. deputy director, Maria Hill. 15 / 35

  • The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer features a stunning shot of Hydro-Man, the water Elemental. 16 / 35

  • As far as Nick Fury is concerned, Spider-Man is the only one who can help. 17 / 35

  • Thor, it seems, is offworld with the Guardians of the Galaxy... 18 / 35

  • While Captain Marvel is unavailable. 19 / 35

  • With creatures like the Molten Man around, Nick Fury needs Spider-Man. 20 / 35

  • "Bitch, please," Fury complains, "You've been to space!" The ship has sailed on "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man." 21 / 35

  • The action moves to London, with Mysterio flying over the city. 22 / 35

  • Mysterio considers the Elementals to be his responsibility - but is that just a ruse? 23 / 35

  • To Peter's shock, MJ reveals that she's figured out he's really Spider-Man. 24 / 35

  • The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer reveals the Fourth Elemental in an attack on Tower Bridge. 25 / 35

  • With stunning visual effects like these, Marvel has even found a way to make Mysterio's fishbowl look cool. 26 / 35

  • Mysterio takes on the Fourth Elemental - with a disturbing voice-over about sacrifice. 27 / 35

  • Peter Parker is wearing the same type of glasses Tony Stark wore in Avengers: Infinity War. Could he have been left them in Tony's will? 28 / 35

  • This is the kind of destruction the Sandman can cause. 29 / 35

  • Spider-Man (wearing his stealth suit) confronts the Molten Man. 30 / 35

  • Peter comes to realize that the world needs the next Iron Man. 31 / 35

  • Nick Fury challenges Peter to step up... 32 / 35

  • And the trailer reminds us of the hero whose sacrifice is Spider-Man's example. 33 / 35

  • Happy Hogan desperately attempts to get Peter's schoolfriends to safety - but his plans go awry when the Stark Jet is blown up. 34 / 35