Amazing Spider-Man Suits:
Spider-Man: Far from Home brought to use a whole new world within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After the events of Avengers: Endgame, the world is still reeling from the Mad Titan’s rampage that shook the very pillars of the universe. One of the heroes who survived the wrath of Thanos was Spider-Man, who was brought back from the dead and soon begins life anew as the friendly neighborhood vigilante wall-crawler in the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. With Mysterio and the Elementals coming to town, Spider-Man is seen wearing new gears of war in the movie. The black Spider-Man stealth suit, the Iron Spider Armour, and the all-new Red, Blue and Black Spider-Man suit were the ones that are featured in the movie. But the comics hold a lot more than what the movies are willing to feature in the big screens. And there is a high possibility with Peter Parker becoming a central MCU character, Spider-Man is about to get a whole lot more of new gear in the future MCU movies.
1. Electro-Proof Suit
Electro is one of Spider-Man’s greatest foes and one of the toughest villains for Spider-Man to defeat. His power to control electricity sometimes proves more than a match for the web-slinger. So he decided to end that handicap the next time he fights Electro by creating a suit made up of rubber padding and electricity insulation called the Electro-Proof suit. The suit is very customizable and Spider-Man has the option of adding more rubbers pads and insulation to it should Electro decide to gobble up the entire national grid and turn Spider-Man into Fried Chicken. This suit was made with fighting Electro in mind and is only good against Electro. It fares really bad against other super-villains like Rhino and the Green Goblin.
Spider-Man roams around a very bad part of town. Riddled with criminals of very dangerous caliber who always carry around a trusted side piece, the neighborhood Spider-Man operates in could be very well his last. That is why he needs to have some protection. The Spider-Armour is made up of Kevlar and padded metal linings that make Spider-Man bulletproof. But it comes with one small flaw – the metal additions make the suit bulkier and Spider-Man gets slower the more metal plates he adds to it. Plus it is like a sweet bull’s eye for villains like Electro.
3. SP//dr Suit
The SP//dr suit was a mechanized version of the Spider-Man suit that was introduced in the Spider-Verse storyline. In the comics, Peni Parker, the current Spider Woman of her universe, is actually the father of the first Spider-Man, his father being the one who piloted that suit for the very first time as Spider-Man. The suit has a living radioactive spider as its energy source and has a lot of weapon-based additions. Reinforced web shooters, heavy armor plating, a unique HUD control system and a lot of other features make this suit a true spectacle and a force of nature.
4. Spider-Armour Mark III
In Spider-Man: Ends of the Earth, we are introduced to a storyline where the Sinister Six, led by Doctor Octopus, have taken the world hostage by controlling the pace of global warming. Spider-Man, now backed into a corner, develops the Mark III Armour. This suit has all the advantages of his previous suits but none of their flaws. Spider-Armour Mark-III has an enhanced sensor array that amplifies his Spider-Sense. It has powerful web-shooters and impacts resistant protection. And he defeated the entire Sinister Six using this suit. It is a pity we do not see this suit more often even in comic books.
5. All-New Spider-Man 2099
Miguel O’Hara may be the Spider-Man of 2099. But he too is not as strong as the one true Spider-Man – Peter Parker. To even the field, O’Hara had to develop a new suit of armor. The new suit came with even more powerful sensors that have his ability similar to the Spider-Sense. It also had rockets that allowed him to fly for a limited time. The new costume did not just look amazing but also was, feature-wise. Laced with Kevlar bonded unstable molecules, the new suit could take inhuman amounts of damage and Miguel would still live to tell the tale.
6. Mark IV
The Mark IV was the suit that was the result of Peter Parker using the new wealth and technology at his disposal, courtesy of Parker Industries becoming a multi-billion dollar entity. The new suit came equipped with the best of everything that was Spider-Man. It had an A.I program that allowed Peter top to communicate with the suit. It could scan to reveal injured pedestrians, electricity, energy spikes, and even magic. The suit was powered by nanotechnology and was super-lightweight that complemented Spider-Man’s natural speed and agility. It also came with a multitude of web options – acid webs concrete webs, electro webs and a whole lot more.
7. 2099 suit
Miguel O’Hara is the Spider-Man in the far future of the Marvel Comic Book Universe. He is the Spider-Man in the year 2099. In a time where Mega corporations have taken over the world, Miguel uses a suit made out of his own ingenuity to battle evil. His suit is made up of unstable molecules, which means it can never be damaged or destroyed. It comes equipped with razor sharp claws and talons. Moreover, the suit also provides Spider-Man with the power of flight and extreme durability. The suit has extremely advanced futuristic technology literally woven into its inner linings.
8. Future Foundation Suit
In one comic book storyline, Johnny Storm meets an untimely death and the Fantastic Four rename the group the Future Foundation in his honor. His last wish was for Mister Fantastic to welcome Spider-Man into the team. Honoring his brother-in-law’s last wish, Spider-Man became the fourth member of the team. He was given a new white costume that was the new official color code of the Future Foundation. The Future Foundation suit that Spider-Man wore was completely white with shades of black but it was also made of a special fabric that repelled dirt and damage. It also allowed Spider-Man to lurk in the shadows by turning black.
9. Big Time Costume
The Big Time Costume was the suit Spider-Man developed to fight Hob-Goblin. After the hob-Goblin started using sonic screams to catch Spider-Man off guard, Spider-Man retreated to Horizon Labs where he created this incredibly amazing suit of armor. The big Time Suit had two special features. The first was the Anti-Sonic Screm feature where the suit glowed red and would negate all forms of sound around Spider-Man. The second feature was the camouflage option that made the suit glow green and make Spider-Man effectively invisible to the naked eye.
10. Superior Spider-Man suit
When Doctor Octopus took over Spider-Man’s body, he wanted to prove to the world that he could be a better Spider-Man than Peter Parker could ever be. As the Superior Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus used a new version of the costume that came fitted with talons and claws. It had a HUD confirmation unit latched onto the costume’s mask. The suit also came with carbonadium protection, the second most durable metal after adamantium. The suit also had stingers like the Iron Spider costume. The stingers allowed him to control and communicate with technology and spew venom.
The last solo movie to be released under the MCU banner was Spider-Man: Far From Home. Spider-Man: Far From Home, featuring Tom Holland in the titular character is currently in the theatres. The official film synopsis for the movie reads:
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.
Avengers: Endgame released on the 26th of April, 2019. The official film synopsis of the movie has been released and it states:
“After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.”
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