The bag is also a neat addition, but then there’s the eyes. Comics gave us the Symbiote black suit, the Iron Spider costume and then there’s the Spider-Verse, in which resides hundreds of different versions of our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, some great and some not so much. After rescuing his sister Billie from his even clone Selim, his original black and red suit was in tatters. The suit looks extremely practical, kid flash costume with the main blue and red body looking like a cycling jacket — whilst the armored parts would protect Spidey when he’s swinging. With the texture and the way the white emblem wraps around the body — the suit almost looks like a military design. His suit feels very tactical, and looks armored. It instantly recharges your Trip Mines when they are the actively selected gadget (it is the suit you get for completing the story). We know there are plans for a solo Venom movie coming, but surely that means we need to see a symbiote in the Spidey films soon.
They are very concerned about the role players need to be comfortable. He also spoke about getting in shape for his new role. It’s a simple version of Peter Parker’s iconic suit, using gold goggles as the eye pieces. This version of Peter Parker’s costume takes its cues from Injustice 2 according to artist iBralui. The power-up is pretty heavy, though: an “equalizer” ability that takes foes out with one blow. The Last Stand Suit is a seldom-used one in Marvel Comics thanks to its origins as part of a possible future Peter sees where he kills Kraven the Hunter and takes a darker turn himself. In each of the movies, we’ve seen Peter designing his new costume or tinkering with his current one. She’s seen in a loose-fitting blue sweater, a black mini dress, boys spiderman costume and a pair of dark colored tights. Brought in a huge white Spider-emblem instead of the typical black one.
The Spider-emblem is a little different than usual, but still looks pretty cool. They’re an extremely clever way of bringing the Spider-emblem to the suit whilst also incorporating them into the iconic bug eyes with a 2099 twist. Quick disclaimer, these aren’t in order of rank — they’re all incredible. A description of wearable costume merchandise for the film revealed that it is “reversible as seen in the movie,” thus hinting that the Iron Spider suit will be interchangeable with the Integration suit. And across all the films, comics, TV shows and games we’ve seen hundreds of different looks for the wall-crawler. Maybe it’s the gloomy background, but this neatly dressed hero looks surprisingly creepy. If there’s ever a live action 2099 adaptation — use anjinanhut’s design, it’s great. There’s going to be a new Spider-Man game coming to PS4 in 2018, and in the E3 trailer we got a glimpse of the new suit. The huge bug eyes look great, and very similar to the Ultimate Spider-Man run of comics from the early 2000s. There’s not too much red in this costume, but the bits that are stand out more because of that.
Some have become just as iconic as the original red and blue costume, like Miles Morales’ red and black suit. After rejecting the black symbiotic suit, Peter went back to his original Spider-Man suit and went off on an attempt to save Mary Jane who was being held hostage by Eddie Brock (who has bonded to the symbiote to become Venom) and Sandman. Under the watchful eye of mentor Tony Stark, Parker starts to embrace his newfound identity as Spider-Man. Looking a little closer to the suit from the Insomniac games, it has more textures and eye lenses inspired by John Romita Sr.’s artwork. This looks like the type of Spider-Man that’s a little more use to free running in his early career with the addition of those knee pads. With this and several other options, the eventual news on what suit Spider-Man will wear next in the MCU is something many will be waiting for.