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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3. Norman Osborn

Norman Osborn is the writer’s favorite Spider-Man villain in both the comic books and the movies. But is he coming back in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Well, it seems that way.

We first saw the pumpkin bomb and heard his classic Green Goblin laugh. For many of us, that was enough to get excited. He then resurfaced on two of the movie’s official poster.

For the Sinister Six, the addition of Norman Osborn is not going to work out well. For fans, though, it’s going to turn out brilliantly.

Norman doesn’t work well with others. If he wasn’t crazy, he’d be a great leader and team-player. Too bad he has the Goblin Serum in his blood. Otto will be in charge for the most part and Norman will follow his lead. That is until Otto comes between him and unhealthy obsession with Spider-Man.

2. Mysterio

Quentin Beck hit Spider-Man and Peter Parker harder than anyone has. And we’re not just talking physically (although, he did). Mysterio didn’t achieve his goal, but he ultimately got the last laugh  when he revealed to the world that Peter Parker was Spider-Man. If that wasn’t bad enough, the world now thinks Spidey is a murderer.

It may seem doubtful that Mysterio will appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but it’s possible. The villain is the master of illusions. For all we know, he could be alive. Actually, do we know that the villains we’re seeing are actually real? They could all be created by Beck.