The new “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” suit was revealed in Feb, 2013, and the movie is due out on May 2, 2014.
Andrew Garfield’s in his new Spiderman suit looks great. The costume features much bigger white colored eyes, which get definitely new eye shape comparing to the first amazing spiderman suit, and gnarly web shooters throughout. Spider-Man looks as cool as ever.
There are many comments said that this new amazing Spiderman suit is as close as any of the Spider-Man movies have come to matching the character’s design in the comics. What do you think of the new Spiderman suit?
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“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” stars Andrew Garfield, Shailene Woodley, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Colm Feore, Felicity Jones, Paul Giamatti and Sally Field. Andrew Garfield is playing Peter Parker (of course, he is the cutest spiderman), Woodley is Mary Jane Watson, Emma is Gwen, Foxx is Electro, and DeHaan is Harry Osborn.
Here’s some alternate looks that Spidey could have been sporting in Mark Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man.
Alternate Amazing Spider-Man Suits by Eddie Yang
This is one thing I never really understand. I quite like the 1st and 3rd one but surely Eddie must have known they weren’t going to stray too far from the costume everyone’s familiar with.
Alternate Spidey Suitss by Jerad S. Marantz
These costumes are much closer to what we actually got on the big screen.
The Scarlet Spider is a pretty controversial character, heralding from the spider man ‘Clone Saga’ in the 90’s. The Scarlet Spider was Spider-man’s clone, come back after a few years away. He made the scarlet spider costume quickly, an all-red bodysuit, and threw on a blue hoodie he got from the Museum of Natural History to complete the look.
If you’re concerned about the name then don’t fret as it was actually worked into the comic as what others called him (the character himself didn’t like the name and thought it was stpuid) – that’s a nice bit of pre-Marvel movie-verse character name dropping where it has become common place now.
Personally I always thought Scarlet was pretty cool, and even though lots of fans take issue with the scarlet spider hoodie over spandex design, I liked it.
Ben Reilly, the clone of Peter Parker, everyone’s favorite scarlet Spider man, the only sleeveless-hoodie wearing Spider-clone.
I think people could reasonably have hope that Marvel will bring back Ben Reilly and make an awesome story out of him. I mean, it’s certainly possible, that Ben Reilly will be getting some long-needed redemption, which he will immediately squander by wearing a sleeveless, light-blue hoodie.
Now this cover by Ryan Stegman for Scarlet Spider #21 shows that the original Scarlet Spider is very much back, and is still able to find people who are making that Scarlet Spider costume! Of course, speculation is still flying as to whether this is in fact Ben Reilly, but between the outfit and the use of the iconic “impact webbing” that Reilly was so fond of using, all signs point to yes.
Check out the cover below, and start wondering now whether there is enough room in the Marvel Universe for two Scarlet Spiders!
Spidey has a lot of costumes like the classic Spiderman costume, the black Spiderman costume, Ben Reilly’s costume etc.
Which Spider-Man costume do you think is the funniest ever?
The Bag man Spiderman suit first appeared on Amazing SPIDER-MAN #258.
Spidey heads around to the Fantastic Four building, so that Reed Richards can have a look at his new black costume, which has been acting a bit strangely. When it turns out to be an alien symbiote, they remove it post-haste, leaving Peter with nothing to protect his secret identity.
The Human Torch Johnny Storm kindly lent Spidey an old Fantastic Four costume, with a brown paper bag for a mask and a “Kick Me” sign on the back. Peter Parker has a lot of Spiderman costumes, and this is one of the funniest and memorable costumes that Spider-man wore.