Spider-Man 4 will always be one of those great “What if?” films. What if Sam Raimi had a chance to redeem himself from Spider-Man 3? What if we had gotten to see John Malkovich as Vulture and Anne Hathaway as Black Cat? We’ll never know, but the artifacts remain. Storyboard artist Jefrey Henderson has released storyboard he did for Spider-Man 4, and while they’re far from anything official (the script was still being worked on when Sony pulled the plug), I am curious about the demon/goblin thing being tossed by Spidey. The three boards are the only thing Henderson felt he could post without upsetting Raimi, so they’re pretty innocuous (Peter kissing a woman, and using a web to stop falling debris), but perhaps there’s more exciting stuff out there and one day we’ll get to see it.
Hit the jump to check out the storyboards.
Click over to Henderson’s official website to see his costume concept for The Amazing Spider-Man and his Spider-Man 3 style-guide for Venom.
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