Spider-Man: Far From Home – You’ll be amazed to see the original sketch of Hydro-Man!

Spider-Man: Far From Home (IMAGE: Pinterest)

Hydro-Man was given a great appearance and design in last year’s American superhero film, Spider-Man: Far From Home. The initial design was even more impressive. The concept of two heads and multiple arms, which could grow from anywhere in the body, is the first of its kind. We’ll tell you all about the designer’s ideas here.

Peter Parker, in his second solo outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, traveled to Europe with his classmates. They were looking for a proper vacation after what all happened in Avengers: Endgame.

These plans were disturbed by the appearance of various Elemental monsters, including Hydro-Man, which were believed to be of another reality.

Here’s how Hydro-Man looked in the movie-



Elementals are not very widely known characters in MCU. The Elementals are four extradimensional humanoids. Moreover, they have power over natural forces and are immortals. Hellfire, Hydron, Zephyr, and Magnum are the four Elementals in MCU.


The Elementals in Far From Home and evolution of Hydro-Man

Since Elementals had not been seen as much, fans were very eager to know how they turn up in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

In Far From Home, we came to know about the Elementals through Quentin Beck.  He claimed to be a refugee from another reality. He was on his search for the Elementals to stop them from destroying everything.

But, all the Marvel comics readers quickly pointed out that Beck was Mysterio. He’s the most famous villain of Spider-Man. So, Beck comes out to be the real antagonist and the creator of The Elementals in Far From Home.


The Elementals played a significant role in enhancing the visuals in the movie. Recently, Jerad S. Marantz, the concept artist, shared a picture of the initial design of Hydro-Man on his Instagram account. Take a look!


Indeed, the design looks hugely spectacular due to the detailed and real vibe of it. The most fascinating thing about it is the two heads and many arms of the Hydro-Man. The caption of the post shows the creativity that Marantz wanted to put into the character. However, the version that appeared in the film didn’t carry all these attachments.

We would have loved to watch this design of Hydro-Man in Spider-Man: Far From Home.