We've seen in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame two Snaps to be performed, the first by Thanos

the second by Tony Stark AKA Iron Man

Each of them were really soft, happening with a delay by becoming dust.

But in Spider-Man: Far From Home, in the first minutes of the movie, we can see

the Blip happened, which is the reverse Snap of Hulk.

It's so sudden, no warning, no animation. Just a pop of people.

If the reverse snap has been performed by Hulk, and in the stress of making good things, he didn't think about make it smooth.

Why has the second Snap (Tony's) been made like the first one ? Was it to mimic Thanos to have the last word ? Or is it just the way the stones perform themself the snap ?

Is there another way to make people vanished in the Comic ?

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    “It's so sudden, no warning, no animation. Just a pop of people” — I've only seen Far From Home once, but I seem to remember a short reverse-dust animation for the snapped students returning. It's possible the Infinity Stones have a sense of humour, and were keen for at least one returning person to immediately get hit in the head by a basketball. – Paul D. Waite Jul 8 '19 at 13:43
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    Well, one is disappearing and the other is appearing. I honestly think they appear much faster because it is humorous – Huangism Jul 8 '19 at 17:03
  • When making people reappear it makes sense they will appear in one go, the Hulk is clever enough to make sure people reappear safely (e.g if they where in a plane they are now on the ground) so I imagine he also realises the trauma of watching your body reappear slowly is probably not something people want. Alternatively when making people vanish they may need to be broken down slowly. Reappearing them the stones may do all the processing in the background and then just make them appear. – Richard C Jul 9 '19 at 10:52
  • This has multiple questions and is unclear. Think about removing the extra questions about other was to make people vanish, and about the way the stones work. Try to boil it down to a single problem. – Vogon Poet Oct 5 '19 at 0:43

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