THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2: 'Shocker' And 'Sin-Eater' Teased In Latest Daily Bugle Viral
The latest news story on Sony's Daily Bugle viral site for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 reveals a battle between Spidey and "disgruntled engineer" Herman Schultz who "created wrist-gauntlets that are capable of emitting a vibratory wave of pressure". We also get a tease of Sin Eater! Check it out.
A shocking Midtown bank robbery was foiled yesterday by Spider-Man. New York’s superhuman vigilante caught the mechanically augmented robber, suspected in two previous bank heists, as he fled the scene with the stolen loot.
Police arrived on the scene as Spider-Man finished webbing up the suspect, who was arrested and later identified as disgruntled engineer, Herman Schultz. Schultz created wrist-gauntlets that are capable of emitting a vibratory wave of pressure that proved capable of tearing apart a four-foot thick steel vault.
NYPD Special Crimes Unit Detective Stan Carter stated that Schultz had officially been remanded into custody and is being held at the Ravencroft Institute pending his preliminary hearing. When asked how a “disgruntled engineer” could create such dangerous weapons, Carter said, “Shocking, right? All that genius but no escape plan.”
So, that's Shocker confirmed for this universe then (and it sounds like they're going for the Ultimate version), but what about Sin-Eater? For those of you who don't know, Stan Carter was revealed to be the violent vigilante who famously murdered Captain Jean Dewolff. He also has ties to Venom's origins, so this could be a hint at what's to come! What do you guys think?
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