This is going to be cold, and we've warned you.
Dark humor is sometimes funny enough to just roll with it, but it may also break your heart – just like that 'Gwen Stacy cameo' in 'Moon Knight'.
Let's make it clear – it was just a poor skeleton folk, and there is nothing that could point at the fact that Gwen Stacy actually has something to do with it. All in all, the whole thing is taking place in Egypt.
But can you stop fans from being randomly inappropriate and hilarious in a dark way? No you can't.
Are we bad people if we laugh a bit, though?
The jokes produced by dark humor can only get worse.
For those blissfully unaware of why this is lowkey funny and sad at the same time, Gwen Stacy's death in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' was one of the most heart-breaking scenes Marvel fans had to witness. And they had to witness a lot of them.
Jokes aside, someone actually did end up traumatized.
If it makes you feel better, you should remember that Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker managed to make things right – as right as they could be – by saving MJ from falling in 'Spider-man: No Way Home'.