He is shown to be able to easily overpower and lift up normal humans, pull apart guns, destroy his alarm clock by merely hitting it, shattering the backboard of a basketball hoop at school, and doing the same to his front door glass panel when he slammed the door shut, swing at high velocities on a rope or web, hold a van with one hand while hanging from a web, throw a football hard enough to dent a goalpost, exert enough force to prevent a bus from crashing into two bystanders, rip a fire hydrant out of the ground with his webbing, and catch a falling police car (as well as other cars with his webbing). A recent trend in the two fantastic Insomniac Spider-Man games thus far has been to have many of these suits be unlockable and wearable (even in cutscenes, thank goodness). Flash then tells Spider-Man that the symbiote is scared, and that it is “a lot stronger than he remembers”, seconds later the symbiote manages to break the containment tank and bonds with Superior Spider-Man.
In an attempt to harness the symbiotes, industrialist Michael Hall attempted to use the Carnage symbiote to create adaptive prosthetics. Spider-Man rescues all the staff stuck in the riot and heads over to find Cletus, who has morphed inmates with the symbiote. Peter later heads to the comic store to check up on Stan where he apologizes for what happened to his apartment. Spider-Man hears of a break-in at the Kane Museum, supposedly perpetrated by him, and heads there, taking down the real criminals. By the time the web-slinger gets there, he finds the car on fire but with no one in it. While there, he finds a secret room where he discovers that Kraven wants to hunt him before being tranquilized by Kraven. Kraven reveals he is trying to unleash the killer instinct in Spider-Man, expecting him to kill Kasady. Kraven reveals that he came to New York to hunt OsCorp’s cross-species. Kraven takes Spider-Man to Central Park and states that he trained him in order to make Spider-Man a worthy opponent. The next day, Peter makes his way to Harry’s apartment in order to receive information on Wilson Fisk, who he believes to be the Kingpin. Upon the death of Otto Octavius and return of Peter Parker, with the newer suit heavily damaged, this suit was replaced by the more classic uniform once more.
As seen in this concept art for Spider-Man: Homecoming, Parker almost got to wear a comic-accurate Iron Spider suit. The Iron Spider suit, designed by Tony Stark, is the most Amazing, Spectacular Spider-Man costume ever imagined. Starting with his appearance in Civil War, Parker has been lucky to have the high-tech touch of Tony Stark’s technologies in his suit. This suit was well worth the wait and without a doubt the best Spider-Man suit I’ve ever owned. He’s already had a streetwise costume redesign in the hit movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as well as a more traditional costume redesign for the hit Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales video game. The last good Spider-Man game prior to Marvel’s Spider-Man was Shattered Dimensions all the way back in 2010. Yep, it’s been that long. That’s very important. You can’t introduce another design language, so you have to stay in the design language, which is established over the last 20-plus movies. With no other choice, Connors made the agonizing decision to transform into the Lizard one last time to take on Smythe’s army.
Take a moment to swing freely on the web, let go at the right moment and shoot the web again. For some reason, I was always hung up on that detail of what is, otherwise, a really slick-looking outfit with a web pattern that blends with its uniquely bright shade of red. It so happens that a leaker claims to know a key detail from said scene. But he claims that it’s not going to be a Spider-Man variant. It’s a much simpler one as the entire story delves into the tale of Peter sitting on the edge of a shore with a straw hat atop his head, while he lazes on the setting sun on the horizon and ponders his next meal. Much like how Peter was a symbol of hope in the Raimi films after 9/11, Miles is now an icon to help give those who have been most impacted by the racially-charged atmosphere of 2020 a role model to look up to. I had to the opportunity to redesign Miles Morales for his 10 year anniversary and I wanted to switch it up and give him a different silhouette.