Spider-Man: Far From Home has officially surpassed $1 billion at the worldwide box office, which isn’t all the surprising considering it’s one of the entertaining Marvel movies to date and arguably the best Spider-Man movie of all time, but that’s a conversation for another day. Today we’re discussing all the cleverly placed Easter eggs hidden throughout Far From Home and providing insight as to why each of these hidden gems is so important. From Ned’s hilariously-timed “Night Monkey” reference to the zombified Iron Man illusion, here are 20 every hidden detail we spotted while watching Far From Home. Enjoy!
(WARNING: FAR FROM HOME SPOILERS AHEAD)
20. Peter Parker’s Passport
During the scene when Parker hands over his passport at the airport, his date of birth read “AUG 10”, which is most certainly a reference to Amazing Fantasy #15, published on August 10, 1962, the very comic Spider-Man made his Marvel comics debut.
The cover for Amazing Fantasy #15 was originally penciled and inked by Steve Ditko, but Stan Lee wasn’t feeling it so he called in Jack Kirby to re-do the cover in the final hour and the rest is history.