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Fans Think The New 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Poster Really Phoned It In—So They Made Their Own Janky Versions

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With the highly-anticipated release of Spider-Man: Far From Home less than a month away, the internet is getting pumped.

But the promotional material released by Marvel Studios thus far has left fans...well...less than thrilled.


A common critique has been that the posters seem pretty slapped together and homemade, like someone just did a quick photoshop cut-and-paste job and called it a day.

And the newest poster for IMAX is no exception:



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So fans decided to take matters into their own hands by creating their own hilarious and ridiculous DIY posters.

And honestly, they fit right in:


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Bad yearbook collage or official Spider-Man: Far From Home poster?

You be the judge:


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This fan took a few liberties with the actors featured on their poster:



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And a few fans just barely even tried:


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Twitter user @justtfantasy, who hadn't seen the new poster yet, basically spoke for the entire internet when they bore witness:


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We feel you, @justtfantasy. Truly we do.

But with the disappointing comes the truly inspirational.

And we also have some talented fans to thank for that:





If those don't get you pumped up, then you may be a lost cause.

Spider-Man: Far From Home opens July 7.

Check out the official trailer below:

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME - Official Trailer youtu.be

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