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We’ve also seen a set of web-wings that presumably allow the wall-crawler to glide, and this suit even has a detachable recon drone on his chest that can scout out various threats from afar. Over the last 15 years, we’ve seen plenty of great Spider-Man suits grace the silver screen, but none have come close to this costume’s set of features. While it may have not gone over well with a lot of fans, it would have been radically different than any other version of the suit. While Peter Parker eventually got his body back, this costume will still be remembered as a suit that showcased what an off-the-hinges Spider-Man could really look like. Rajit Ratha (Irrfan Khan) is demanding after the success with the mouse that the serum should go to human trials immediately, and after initially refusing Dr. Connors tests it on himself hoping to grow back his missing arm, waking up from the affects he is overjoyed to see his arm grown back, but all the sudden a bad side effect reaction occurs and he has turned himself into a giant mutated lizard creature. After the death of his wise Uncle Ben and graduating from high school, Peter decided to use his powers to fight crime, he abandoned his wrestling suit and currently wears a skin-tight red and blue suit which was based on an arachnid; it had a silver raised web pattern on the red portions of the suit starting from the mask, eye lenses on the mask and two spiders on the front and back both in different designs.

The armor is Electro-proof, impact resistant, offers well-protected web-shooters, and enhanced sensors within the suit’s lenses. Peter Parker’s newest addition to his classic costume offers the most offensive and defensive capabilities yet in a Spider-Man costume. Speaking of defensive capabilities, the suit also has a stealth mode that will alter the costume’s colors to make our hero less visible to the bad guys. Although the alien suit gives Spider-Man enhanced reaction speed, organic webbing, and increased strength, it also outright interferes with Peter Parker’s ability to be an actual hero. The suit also offered unrivaled protection due to unstable molecules bounded with kevlar, along with improved webbing, a flight/rocket system, and a readout system that tracks dangerous situations like Spider-Man’s Mark IV costume. The costume allows for a plethora of web-types such as acid web, concrete webbing, and generally more reliable web-shooters. Additionally, the suit can track magical energy, electric systems, scan injured pedestrians to show their injuries, and a whole lot more. While it might be seen as controversial to have the symbiote suit this low in our ranking, fear not, because we’re prepared to show our work. While Peter Parker was trapped inside Doctor Octopus’s dying body, Otto Octavius was swinging around in Peter Parker’s body dressed as a new, darker Spider-Man.

With a blend of darker blue, red hues, and a bright white mask, the costume definitely stands out. Constructed by Tony Stark during Captain America: Civil War after Peter Parker declares his allegiance, the costume is a massive upgrade to Parker’s homemade duds, which are decidedly less snazzy looking than they are in the comics. During the “Ends of the Earth” storyline, Doctor Octopus and the Sinister Six were attempting to hold the planet hostage by speeding up the Greenhouse effect within the planet, so Spidey needed an upgrade. While fighting the Tri-Sentinel, Captain Universe’s cosmic power infused with Spidey. While it may look cool, and allow Peter Parker to transform back into his civilian identity easier, the symbiote suit can easily be exploited. While cool, the old Spider-Man 2099 looked a bit too ’90s — which is funny considering it’s supposed to be from the future. Miguel O’Hara’s new Spider-Man costume ups the ante on literally everything that made his first costume so successful at fighting crime. The first and original design of the costume is very simple, two colors, red and blue.

Lost in smoke In terms of visuals, the new costume is arguably a better looking suit as well. In terms of more practical upgrades, the suit is like a Swiss Army Knife. Ultimate Green Goblin doesn’t wear a costume per say, he’s more about a look and it’s a bad one. During one of Miles’s early adventures in the game, he rescues a bodega owner’s pet cat. The catch: the backpack includes everyone’s favorite hairball, Spider-Man the cat! Unfortunately, Spider-Man does not have its own built-in suit customizer, so all these works are mere concept arts, but fans are hopeful that the sequel will add a suit creator/customizer to give fans more options to build their own costumes in the game and personalize their favorite superhero in their own way. The character has also had a lot of different costumes over the years, some of which were pretty great and others of which weren’t so great. So, let’s glance over what to expect from this list as we’re only going to be looking at ideas and concepts that have not made it on-screen. As Electro is replaced by Spider-Man all over Times Square which Electro then thinks Spider-Man is nothing but selfish.