THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR "morbius."
“Morbius” has two post-credit scenes with interesting implications for Jared Leto’s vampire antihero and Sony’s “Spider-Verse.” The Spider-Verse may lack a Spider-Man at the moment, but an old enemy of Spidey’s has shown up: Adrian Toomes, AKA the Vulture (Michael Keaton).
Early in the credits, we see New York under the dimension damage from “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” then a cut to a prison cell, revealing Toomes, who is soon released because all of his crimes took place in his home dimension. Later, we see Morbius drive to a mysterious location and meet up with Toomes.
Toomes says he doesn’t know how he got to this dimension, but it likely has something to do with Spider-Man, then proposes to Morbius that “a bunch of us guys should team up,” to which Morbius responds, “Intriguing.” This “bunch” is likely The Sinister Six, a supervillain team, but that doesn’t clear everything up for viewers.
Why does Vulture stay in this universe instead of returning to his own, how did he get his Vulture suit, and when he mentions Spider-Man, why doesn’t Morbius ask who that is? These baffling questions won’t be answered for a while, so after seeing “Morbius” in cinemas, get ready to break out your tinfoil hats.