Please be aware that the below contains Spider-Man: Far From Home Spoilers
All the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe contain a lot of Easter eggs. Some are little references to the comics and some have a much larger impact. So of course, Spider-Man: Far From Home is no exception.
Throughout the film there are a number of references to specific comicbook issues through the use of license plates on cars. Some of these can be very difficult to pick up on so we’ve got them listed below.
It’s hard to see the full license plate during the opening scene that has Nick Fury and Maria Hill fighting the earth elemental, however 463 is visible. This is likely a reference to The Amazing Spider-Man issue 4, released in 1963, that features the first appearance of Sandman.
When fighting the fire elemental in Prague, the license plate on Nick Fury’s car is ASM28965. This is a reference to The Amazing Spider-Man issue 28, released in 1965, which is the first appearance of Molten Man.
On the bridge when MJ and Peter kiss for the first time towards the end of the film, an overturned car can be seen with the license plate TASM143. This is a reference to The Amazing Spider-Man issue 143, which is when MJ and Peter kiss for the first time in the comics.
The cab at Newark Airport has the license plate AF1562. This is a reference to Amazing Fantasy issue 15, released in 1962, which is the first appearance of Spider-Man himself.
During the scenes in Berlin, Nick Fury’s car has the plate MTU83779. This is a reference to Marvel Team-Up issue 83, released in July 1979. In this issue Spidey teams up with Nick Fury.