Spider-Man: No Way Home: Ranking all Sinister Six members from worst to best

Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME.
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9. Rhino

It’s a longshot, but a possibility. Paul Giamatti played Aleksei Sytsevich in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. We didn’t get to see a final fight between him and Andrew Garfield’s Spidey and it’s a shame. Spider-Man: No Way Home may correct that mistake.

The Rhino is one of Spidey’s strongest enemies and prone to causing damage. Having the character appear in any movie means a lot of property damage. The problem with him is that he lacks depth. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, your villains have to have some kind of depth. Rhino doesn’t add much to the movie and added even less in his movie debut.

8. Mac Gargan

Michael Mando made a very brief appearance in Spider-Man: Homecoming as Mac Gargan. It was enough to let us know that he was someone to be feared. In the Marvel Comics 616 universe, Mac is never taken seriously. Spidey once described him as someone who throws his butt at you. It’s a different story in the Ultimate Universe. There, he was a man people were terrified of. An enhanced human that used a chain and hook to kill his opponents.

The Ultimate Universe version seemed to be the way this was going. While this writer would love this version, it wouldn’t fit well with the colorful group of monsters that Spidey will face. Seeing Mando in a Scorpion suit would be a waste of his talent. This is someone better suited for the Sony Spider-Man Universe. Especially since he was probably in jail for murder and gang charges.