No Way Home Shows How MCU Spider-Man Has Changed
So far, through just three films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, audiences have seen Spider-Man become a hero and learn some truly valuable lessons.
As one of Marvel Comics' most popular and beloved characters, viewers were hoping to see Spider-Man join the MCU at some point and, after a deal between Sony and Marvel,
this was eventually made possible and he made his MCU debut in Captain America: Civil War, where he was recruited by Tony Stark.
After that first adventure alongside the greatest heroes of the MCU, Spider-Man got his first solo film in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which instead of exploring his origin story,
followed Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he tried to balance his high school life and superhero duties while also dealing with Adrian Toomes / Vulture (Michael Keaton).
Although at the time of the events of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the web launcher had already served as a superhero for a while,
he wasn't the most experienced, especially compared to the characters he fought and fought with in Civil War.
Because of this, Homecoming doesn't see Spider-Man throwing punches (but kicks his enemies) as the goal was to make the character feel like a kid.