“Spider-Man: Homecoming” was Peter Parker’s first solo outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and no MCU movie is complete without some post-credits scenes. There was both a mid-credits and an end-credits scene in “Homecoming,” but one may have hinted at Spider-Man’s next foe.

In the first post-credits scene, Adrian Toomes/Vulture (Michael Keaton) is in prison. He is approached by one of the men who was involved in the arms deal on the Staten Island Ferry, Mac Gargan (Michael Manso). The man, who has a scorpion tattoo on his neck, suffered facial burns during the battle.

Gargan tells Toomes that there is a rumor that he knows Spider-Man’s (Tom Holland) identity. He knows some guys on the outside who are willing to go after the man behind the mask. The audience knows that this rumor is true, but Toomes denies it. “If I knew who he was, he’d already be dead,” he says.

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This post-credits scene adds another interesting layer to Vulture, but it also reveals that Spider-Man has made more enemies than he may have anticipated. Gargan is clearly holding a grudge against Spider-Man, one that just might hold out until the sequel. Comic book fans better know Gargan as Scorpion, one of Peter’s oldest enemies.

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One of the post-credits scenes in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” may hint at who Peter (Tom Holland) will go up against in the sequel. Sony

He wanted to find out Peter’s identity in the Marvel Comics too. He actually was hired by J. Jonah Jameson to figure out how Peter was getting such good photos of Spider-Man. He never succeeded, but Gargan let Jameson use him as guinea pig. In an experiment, Gargan was supposed to receive a characteristic of an animal. Instead, he lost his sanity and became the criminal known as the Scorpion.

Scorpion went up against Spider-Man several times. His mechanical tail, speed and strength made him a pretty good match, but Scorpion wanted more power. He was offered the alien symbiote that made him the new Venom, and he attained a whole new level of respect from villains around him.

While he probably isn’t becoming Venom yet, Scorpion could easily end up being Peter’s next foe when he gets out of jail. Marvel and Sony have announced that there is a sequel to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” being planned for 2019. However, director Jon Watts made it clear that anyone could be Spidey’s new enemy.

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“I haven’t really planned anything beyond this movie,” Watts told CinemaBlend. “But it is nice to have that potential. There are so many things that could be a nice jumping off point for the next movie, and he’s definitely one of them. Michael Mando’s such a great actor, too. It’d be fun to explore.”

The other post-credits scene doesn’t require much explaining. After all the credits finish, there is another Captain America (Chris Evans) PSA about patience that doesn’t hint at any future movies. It’s just to make audiences laugh.

“Sometimes patience is the key to victory. Sometimes it leads to very little, and it seems like it’s not worth it,” Cap comments. “And you wonder why you waited so long for something so disappointing.”

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is in theaters now.