10 Worst Ever MCU Post-Credit Scenes

We waited that long for this!?

Spider-Man: Homecoming
Marvel Studios

Ever since Nick Fury stepped from beyond the shadows and introduced himself to Tony Stark in 2008, the post-credit scene has been a key to building not only excitement for the future of the MCU, but the franchise itself.

Ranging from huge revelations to the tiniest of details, important scenes to one last laugh, teasing something for the next movie to be released or something that won’t pay off for another several years, there has been a wide variety of post-credit scenes over the years.

Generally, it's always easier for everyone to remember the best of them. The jaw dropping moments of the snap, teasing the Maximoff twins, or showing Thanos for the first time are timeless, but the MCU doesn’t always deliver winners at the end of the movie.

There have been a lot of times fans have been completely let down, something that is never helped by the fact that they have gone out of their way to wait for one last sliver of MCU goodness. They can't all be winners, but did there have to be this many losers?

10. Venom In The MCU - Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: Homecoming
Sony Pictures Releasing

Not only was Spider-Man: No Way Home one of the biggest and most ambitious movies in MCU history, it was also one of the busiest. With five villains to bring in, as well as Peter, Ned, MJ, May, AND Doctor Strange, there was a lot going on. Fans were certain that there would be even more, however.

After the post-credit scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage teased Eddie Brock’s multiversal jump, Tom Hardy’s picture with a No Way Home cap on, and the fact that the movie was one villain short of a potential Sinister Six, many fans thought Venom would show up at some point. He sort of did, in the end, but not how anyone expected.

Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock was the subject of the post-credit scene in which he sat in a bar on Earth-616 drinking and getting the lo-down on Thanos. While other villains were throwing hands with the Spider-Men, Eddie was getting drunk. He didn’t even have time to leave the bar before getting sent back home.

There was at least a reason to the scene, provided Marvel and Sony follow up on it, with a little bit of symbiote being left behind, but fans were just expecting so much more from Venom in the movie.


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