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

Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME.
Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. /
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7. Electro

Electro’s appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was subpar, especially considering the actor who portrayed him. Jamie Foxx is an award winning performer. He could have taken the character to new heights. Instead, the character was just a lackey.

His obsession with Spider-Man wasn’t a bad idea. However, they ruined it by adding the Green Goblin to the mix. He could and should have been a solo villain.

The positives that Electro added was power. Despite not liking how he was used, Foxx’s Electro was good at being a henchman. He did most of the work and kept Spidey on the ropes throughout the movie. This writer fully expects him to be better in Spider-Man: No Way Home than he was in his previous appearance.

6. Sandman

Flint Marko is a sympathetic character in the comic books. Sometimes he’s a villain, but he’s become less of that over the years. Spider-Man 3 did a good job of adding that to the movie. He was actually one of the few things that people didn’t complain about, especially when he turned into sand and fought.

If Sandman is in Spider-Man: No Way Home, he’s going to shine. We’re going to see everything that he’s capable of. This  writer wonders how Doc Ock will talk Flint into helping him. Most likely with a lie about getting him back to his own Earth.