To start: Welcome to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, J. Jonah Jameson. (A welcome return to J.K. Simmons as well.) It's a pity you had to spoil everything by expelling Peter Parker as Spider-Man in your first appearance. Yes, the last moments of Far From Home have shown that the MCU version of JJJ is an Alex Jones-style conspiracy theorist who has earned himself a doctored footage from Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) It looks like Spidey has ordered a drone attack on London. He also revealed that Spider-Man was a student named Peter Parker.
In the MCU – and in the comics – Peter protects his secret identity more closely than any other hero. But in the comics, Peter Parker was responsible for posing as Spider-Man in the miniseries of 2006 Civil War . He does so at the urging of Tony Stark to bolster public confidence in superheroes following an accident that killed and injured hundreds of people. He unmasked on live television: "My name is Peter Parker and I'm Spider-Man since I was 1
The decision had far-reaching effects. Parker found himself and his family targeted for criminals shot dead in revenge – Aunt May was shot dead by a Kingpin-hired assassin – when he was understandably annoyed at the Daily Bugle Parker had sold Paper photos of Spider-Man for years, without ever sharing that he basically earns money with glorified selfies. All this brought Spider-Man on the brink of collapse, and he crossed the border at various levels, breaking the law and attacking criminals and police alike to protect his family.
The rescue was on hand from an unlikely source, however; A deal with a demon magically reset the status quo and not only restored Aunt May's health, but also made the world forget that the identity of Spider-Man was revealed. As one of the most controversial spider-man comic acts of all time, one can say for sure that fans should not expect a variation of this conclusion to appear in the MCU soon
The post-credits scenes showed one Another surprise: Nick Fury was not Nick Fury at all – for the real Nick Fury is in space for reasons that are not yet known. For the entire movie, Nick Fury was played by Talos, the shapeshifter Skrull, whom Ben Mendelsohn played in Captain Marvel . Obviously Fury had asked Talos to do so while Fury himself was off the planet with a ship full of Skrulls.
Just as in the MCU, the comic book Nick Fury had a secret life in space. As seen in the 2014 comic book series Original Sin the comic character known as Nick Fury was just one of several robot duplicates – technically "Life Model Decoys" that cover almost every recognition process But for the time being, we are left with the duplicates of robots – with the true rage that has lived for years as an unofficial defender of the earth in space and the planet that almost everyone knows about all the extraterrestrial threats protects the end well for him, he murdered the cosmic entity known as the Guardian, and was doomed to replace it in a flattering combination of robe and chains under the name of "The Unseen.")
Of course, there may be other reasons for Nick speak in space. That he rejoined the Skulls after the events of Captain Marvel suggests that Earth is threatened by the Kree for the first time in two decades. Could Nick give a concerted response to a possible Kree invasion as Marvel Studios prepares to turn the Kree / Skrull war into a big deal on the screen? Stranger things have happened … Although Fury is better known in the comic book tradition for fighting the Skrulls than for helping them; Eventually, he was one of the main forces who fought off the  Secret Invasion of against the Skull Invasion.