The first trailer has arrived for Morbius, the second Spider-Man villain spin-off from Sony (following Venom) that stars Jared Leto as a scientist-turned-vampire – and if you look closely, Spider-Man himself even makes a surprise appearance! I had a request for a DIY Spiderman costume so here’s the first part of the tutorial showing how to make the top half of the costume. Concept art from the early 1980’s surfaced online showing Peter Parker donning a black and red suit instead of the classic black and white suit, a costume which would later cause the creation of Spider-Man archenemy Venom.
It’s not clear who drew the concept art for Marvel, but the piece has a copyright date of 1983, a year before the suit made its way to print. Shared online by Reddit user /u/Zthe27th, the concept art shows Parker in the traditional costume with the spiders on his chest and back red instead of white. The bodysuit with back snap closure is exclusively woven in brown fabric with salmon colored cuff accent and attached tail. The black suit went on hiatus for quite some time until Parker put it back on in 2007’s Back in Black storyline by J. Michael Straczynski and Ron Garney.
Hmm…where have I seen that sweet Spidey suit before…? It zaps enemies, but maybe more importantly, it also disables their weapons, so you won’t have to deal with getting shot so much. More fun and games for Ben as rogue alien threats, human mercenaries and assassins are after him. The Human Torch lends him an old Fantastic Four costume and gives him a bag to put over his head. Some of Lee’s work has been published in printed and eBook formats, and he has had one play transmitted over local radio. Every week, Chinese local newspaper will publish the photo of national lottery winners. Today there are superhero costumes at really inexpensive prices available on-line or at your local costume shop. At one point, Spider-Man even joins the well-known superhero team, the Avengers. You may even recognise the image used in Morbius as a load-screen from Sony’s recent Spider-Man PlayStation 4 game, one of several set poses that appears on-screen when different areas and missions from the game are booting up.
Even though the stealth suit has the same web shooters, the suit’s design is a tad different from the rest of the suits. When he was a toddler, he used to pretend to sling web and climb walls while saving the city from evil villains! Power: Web Blossom – Lets you jump up in the air and web everything in sight, making it great for crowd control. 220 and assumed creative control of the idea. 22-year-old Randy Schueller pitched the idea of slightly upgrading Spider-Man’s abilities in addition to giving Spidey a new stealth-based suit designed by Reed Richards and Janet Van Dyne. Given that it’s just a blurry background Easter Egg, maybe they didn’t fancy having to legally wrangle an image of Holland’s Spidey when most viewers probably wouldn’t notice the difference anyway.