Spider-Man: Homecoming: Morning Rush is a comic book published by Marvel Comics and sponsored by Post that is set before the film Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is inspired by the events of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider-Man often has busy nights patrolling the streets of Queens, but this time he's out long enough to see the sun come up...on a school-day! Peter Parker is in a Morning Rush to get home in time for breakfast and get to school on time. When Peter encounters a couple of super villains on the way home he must decide whether to stop them, or rush home. Will Peter make it in time to have breakfast with Aunt May?
Late in the evening, Peter Parker leaves his apartment, unbeknownst to May Parker, who thinks he is now doing his homework before bed. Putting on a Spider-Man Suit, Parker sees criminals that named Enforcers are hiding in New York in their own car. There were two and their names are Fancy Dan and Ox. Parker was ready to pursue them, but he was attacked by crows, who took away his mask, because of which the New York City Police Department could reveal his identity.
However, among other people's clothes, Peter Parker saw a red towel, which he wrapped around his face so that they could not open it. He successfully reached Enforcers and and caught them. Spider-Man was thanked by the policeman, after which Parker went home. Parker had time to quickly change clothes before May Parker arrived, who called him to breakfast with cereals.
- New York City Police Department