As demonstrated in NWH, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man improved after spending time with the Avengers. First time all three live-action Spider-Man heroes appeared together in the Jon Watts-directed threequel. While it’s impossible to say who is the best of the three, it highlights how Holland’s plotline in the cinematic universe makes him a better character than any of the others in the franchise.
Sony canceled its action plan for The ASM 3 after the adverse outcome of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Instead, they joined forces with Marvel Studios to bring the character back to the big screen. To make his film debut, Holland was cast in Captain America: Civil War. Since then, he has appeared in two ensemble films, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. This, as well as his own solo films, the most recent of which was NWH. In addition to completing his own trilogy, the threequel also linked together Spider-three Man’s cinematic eras. Both Maguire and Garfield reenacted their Marvel roles for the film’s multiverse narrative, fighting alongside Holland’s iteration against interdimensional villains.
The reunion of Holland, Maguire, and Garfield in Spider-Man: No Way Home is widely regarded as the highlight of the threequel. It was also a great opportunity for the audience to see how they stack up against one another. There are obvious advantages and disadvantages to each, but one of Holland’s biggest is his time with the Avengers.
Only he is capable of fighting as a cohesive unit, out of the rest of them. This became evident when they were unable to carry out their strategy as intended due to a lack of coordination. They had to come to a halt and rethink their approach in order to obtain the antidote to the villains who had become corrupted. While struggling to contain Electro, it was Holland who came up with the idea of holding him down rather than going head-to-head. An action similar to Thanos and the Avengers’ attack on him in Vormir came to mind.
As a solo hero and part of a team, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is more dynamic than the previous Spider-Man films. Having joined the MCU, he’s fought alongside his fellow Avengers in Captain America: Civil War. Because of this, he’s had a number of solo fights with Vulture and Mysterio in the MCU. Instead of fighting alone like Maguire and Garfield, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man teamed up with a mentor in the threequel.
As Iron Man’s original mentor, he was taken over by both Talos and Doctor Strange after the latter’s death as an impersonation of Nick Fury. But each of his companions taught him a new skill that the other Spider-Men didn’t have because they were usually on their own.
No doubt, the debate over which live-action Spiderman is the best will continue after NWH. As a result, it’s unlikely anyone will be able to come up with a definitive answer to the question. There is no way around the fact that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is a better fighter than Maguire and Holland. This is due to his inclusion in the MCU and his membership in the Avengers.