Dark Webs II is the second installment of the Dark Webs franchise, created by LordPanda, and is a sequel to the first film in the series. This continues the epic saga of the Spider-Man universe and Andrew Garfield reprises his role as Spider-Man as usual and two new antagonists appear, Doc Ock and the Spider-Slayers.
Peter Parker struggles to balance his crime-fighting duties as Spider-Man with the demands of his normal life. He loses a job, faces financial difficulties, and struggles to maintain his physics studies at Columbia University. Moreover, he has become estranged from both love interest Gwen Stacy, who to Peter's disappointment is in a relationship, and best friend Harry Osborn, who is suffering from a major health sickness in this age, who falsely accuses Spider-Man of the murdering of his father Norman's death. Peter additionally discovers his Aunt May is threatened with foreclosure.
Harry, now head of Oscorp's research division, sponsors the brilliant nuclear scientist Otto Octavius, who, dreaming of perfecting sustained fusion power, wears a harness of powerful robotic tentacle arms with artificial intelligence while conducting his research. When a power spike causes an experiment to destabilize rapidly, Octavius stubbornly refuses to shut the experiment down, leading to disastrous consequences: his wife is killed, the neural inhibitor chip which keeps the arms from influencing his mind is destroyed and the arms are fused to his spine. Spider-Man arrives and shuts down the experiment before it can do any further damage.
At a hospital, doctors prepare to surgically remove Octavius' arms and harness, but the arms, having developed sentience from the inhibitor chip's destruction, spring to life and attack the medical crew, killing most of them. Upon regaining consciousness and seeing the carnage, Octavius escapes and hides at a harbor. The arms convince him to retry the experiment. To fund it, Octavius — now called Doctor Octopus by the Daily Bugle — robs a bank.
Meanwhile, Harry releases the Spider-Slayers in the time, which will take 45 hours for release.
After Peter misses Gwen's debut play, she, in retaliation, becomes engaged to astronaut John Jameson, son of Bugle chief J. Jonah Jameson. Peter suffers an emotional breakdown causing him to lose his powers. He abandons his Spider-Man identity and returns to his normal life while trying to reconcile with Gwen.
A garbageman brings Spider-Man's costume to J. Jonah Jameson, who takes credit for Spider-Man's disappearance. Peter tells Aunt May that his Uncle Ben's death some time ago was his fault. May forgives him, but when his 9-year-old neighbor learns of Spider-Man's disappearance and the subsequent rising crime rate in New York City, Peter becomes concerned.
Octavius needs tritium to fuel his reactor and goes to Harry to demand it. Harry initially refuses because the experiment threatens to level the city, but he eventually agrees in exchange for Spider-Man and tells him that Peter, who is supposedly good friends with Spider-Man, is the key to finding him. However, Harry tells Octavius not to harm Peter. Octavius finds Peter, tells him to find Spider-Man, and abducts Gwen. Peter realizes his powers are restored due to the trauma of seeing Gwen kidnapped, dons his costume again after stealing it from the Bugle.
Before facing Doc Ock, he is stopped by the ferocious Spider-Slayers and is slammed through the railway stations, and after a ferocious battle, Spider-Man manages to stop the speeding train and uses it`s power voltage to overload the remaining 3 Spider-Slayers energy bursting them. However, ironically, Doc Ock meets him and drags him fighting down the R Train.
As Spider-Man battles Octavius, they fall onto a rapid transit R train. Octavius disables the controls and jumps off. Spider-Man stops the train before the track ends. When he faints from exhaustion, the passengers carry him into one of the cars. He comes to and realizes his mask is off, but the passengers are so grateful they vow not to reveal what he looks like. Octavius returns, demanding Spider-Man, and subdues the passengers. After knocking out Spider-Man, Octavius delivers him to Harry.
After giving Octavius the tritium, Harry prepares to kill Spider-Man, only to be shocked to see it is really Peter. Peter convinces him greater things are at stake, and Harry reveals Octavius' location. Spider-Man arrives at the doctor's waterfront laboratory and tries to rescue Gwen discreetly. One of Octavius' tentacles senses him, and they fight. Spider-Man ultimately subdues Octavius, reveals his identity, and convinces Octavius to let go of his dream for the greater good. Octavius finally commands the tentacles to obey and drowns the fusion reactor, along with himself, in the Hudson River. Gwen discovers Spider-Man's true identity and feelings, as well as why they cannot be together. Spider-Man returns Gwen to John and leaves.
Harry is visited by a vision of his father, pleading for Harry to avenge his death. Refusing to hurt Peter, Harry shatters the mirror, revealing a secret room containing the Green Goblin's equipment. On her wedding day, Gwen abandons John at the altar and runs to Peter's apartment. She admits her true feelings for Peter. They kiss, hear a police chase, and she encourages him to respond as Spider-Man.
In a post credits scene, the sick and near fern Harry discovers his father`s Goblin Labratory and finds a tape of his father where Norman records that he knew that his son will one day don his identity if he disgains triumph, Harry will take the lead of the Goblin and also explains about a genetic disease his father had passed to him, which explained Harry`s ill behavior and the only wat for his survival: to reopen the "Symbiote" project in Oscorp and the movie ends with Harry opening the Goblin Suit and gives an evil smile.
- Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker/Spider-Man
- Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy
- Dane Dehaan as Harry Osborn
- Marton Csokas as Doctor Otto Ocktavius/ Doc Ock
Spidey`s New CostumeEdit
Based on 248 reviews collected by review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Dark Webs 2 has a 94% overall approval rating from critics, with an average score of 8.3 out of 10. By comparison, Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, calculated an average score of 93, based on 41 reviews. The film was placed at No. 411 on Empire magazine's top 500 movies list.