Spidey Turns 50: The Many Costumes of Spider-Man!


Big Time Spider-Man (2011)

This costume that Peter developed at his job at Horizon Labs is specially modified to make him invisible to various things depending on the inside color. The green lights mean he is invisible from audio and visual recordings and the red cancels out all sonic-based attacks.


Future Foundation (2011)

Though the Foundation’s origins are much longer, Spider-Man’s inclusion is rather simple. Believed to be dead, Johnny Storm’s will asked Peter to join the Future Foundation in his place and he was given a brand new costume just for the occasion. The best part about it? It never gets dirty.


Another Ultimate Spider-Man (2011)

Peter Parker tragically met his end in the Ultimate Universe but it wasn’t long after his death that an all new Spider-Man showed up. His name is Miles Morales and he developed his powers in an eerily similar way to Peter Parker. He even met up with the ‘real’ Peter Parker in a mini-series titled Spider-Men.


Ends of the Earth (2012)

This particular costume was created by Peter for the sole purpose of fighting off the Sinister Six. He used tech and equipment from several other pieces to create a very resilient costume that allowed him to defeat Doc Ock, Electro, Mysterio, Rhino, Chameleon, and Sandman.


The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Rather than doing a fourth film in Sam Raimi’s series of Spider-Man films, it was decided that a reboot was going to be pursued instead. This film starred Andrew Garfield as the wall crawler and a few modifications were made to the suit for the film, the most noticeable of which are the eyes.


What has been your favorite Spider-Man costume?


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