The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a complete hegemon these days, with more than 40 releases between 2008's Iron Man and 2022's Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
A good 70 mid- and post-credit scenes have given viewers a glimpse into what's to come across across the broad spectrum of films and television shows. Fans received early glimpses of Thanos as well as a wide spectrum of characters were carefully planned for future releases. Among them is a Spider-Man mainstay who appeared, at first, as the beginning.
Scorpion has never reemerged after several years and Spidey flicks down the line. The character sported a small part in the first Tom Holland solo Spidey appearance, and his sinister post-credits scene appeared to be preparing him for a much larger future role, although some fans are hoping that Michael Mando's Mac Gargan will re-emerge in future MCU films.
In a reply to Reddit's Marvel Studios sub page, Mando's Scorpion references the scene as Homecoming, but the author states that the character hasn't been updated, before assuming that the scene would be played out.
Despite the number of years that have passed between Homecoming and the present day, quite a few MCU followers believe Mando's time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe isn't over yet. They're hoping to see the character reprisal in future versions, perhaps with links to Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin.
Fans were enthralled by the prospect of deeper connections between Spider-Man and Daredevil, and at least one commenter was absolutely piqued by the thought, stating, "If they put Micheal Mando in the Daredevil show I'll go crazy."
People want to see Mando return in any capacity more than anything else. His recent string of amazing performances in shows such as Orphan Black, Better Call Saul, and several Far Cry video games have earned him a lot of fans, and they want to see him make a comeback in the MCU's Phase Five.
Sadly, some fans are putting doubt on Scorpion's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They're leaning on a completely different post-credits scene as evidence, providing fans with yet another reason to be irritated by Sony's painfully fumbled Morbius.
First, some context. Scorpion's initial credits sequence — at the end of Homecoming — merely saw him engage in a quick, threatening confrontation with Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes. Toomes reappeared in the Morbius credits scene — without Scorpion — and enjoyed an exchange of his own with Jared Leto's dreary and dull Morbius.
The fact that Scorpion isn't shown in Morbius' world makes some people question his future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the SSU. Apparently, Toomes has moved through the multiverse following the reality-shattering events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, and it doesn't appear that Scorpion came with him. The Morbius post-credits sequence would have been the ideal moment to plug the character.