The plane crashes and their lives are saved by two large, muscled brothers. Kraven is a spiked-haired menace with a handsome face and a killer body. He also believes she’s in danger from her own grandfather, and that Vampires and Lycans once bred, making him a VampLycan. He even claims her mother was one too. He may have kidnapped Bat, but his misguided hero complex is almost sweet. She knows exactly what defense she’ll use if he becomes one of her clients. Insanity.
After all, the movie may explore Spider-Man proving he’s , and that angle plays well with a “Kraven’s Last Hunt” type narrative. The validity of this rumor remains to be seen, but such a development could be a refreshing twist on the MCU formula.
Kraven is frustrated. Bat refuses to stop arguing with him at every opportunity. She’s stubborn, mouthy, and oh so sexy. She might be right when she accuses him of being crazy—she’s driving him nuts. But she’s in danger and he’ll stop at nothing to keep her safe.
If the Spider-Man (2017) filmmakers go with Kraven, the movie obviously would not be a direct adaptation of that comic story, as several elements would either not line up with the established MCU timeline (Peter Parker is a married man in the comic) or be perceived as “too dark” for a Marvel movie – one written by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, no less. Still, there’s enough there to pull from and craft a compelling film, and certain aspects could be carried over in the 2017 Spidey solo film.