All Of Peter’s Costumes In The MCU, Ranked (Like No Homecoming)
With Spider-Man: No Coming Home, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has upended everything its fans expected and knew about Tom Holland’s version of the popular web-slinger. After the film’s finale, Spidey is now starting over, deprived of the support of his friends and family.
As fans eagerly await Spider-Man’s next appearance, the single-player adventure trilogy has already offered a lot. Spidey has gone through many changes, and his growth and evolution as a character has often been exemplified by the change in his costumes.
9 Spidey’s first homemade costume doesn’t get much screen time
During his first days as a young superhero, Spider-Man improvises a homemade costume to protect his identity. It consists of a sleeveless red hoodie, fingerless gloves, and a pair of blue long johns. Unsurprisingly, Tony Stark is unimpressed with the costume, calling it a onesie and later dubbing Spidey “underoos” because of it.
The homemade suit doesn’t get much screen time but it’s the one Spider-Man uses during his confrontation with the Vulture.
8 Fake Nick Fury gives Spidey a stealth suit to battle the Elementals
In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter finds himself in a bit of trouble: he is recruited by the fake Nick Fury – who is in fact the Skrull Talos – to counter the threat of the Elementals. Spider-Man can’t do this using his own suit, so the fake Fury offers him a stealth suit, somewhat reminiscent of Spider-Man Noir.
Spider-Man operates under this combination as Night Monkey. The suit is durable and practical as it is made of Kevlar.
seven The Iron Spider costume comes in handy during Infinity War and No Way Home
The Iron Spider Armor is first created by Tony Stark at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Peter originally turns him down because he doesn’t feel ready to be an Avenger. He finally receives the costume during Avengers: Infinity War and uses it during the battle with Thanos on Titan. The suit is destroyed when Peter turns to dust but returns with him after the Blip.
Spider-Man uses the Iron Spider Armor again during the battle for Earth, and he also wears it throughout his confrontation with Doctor Octopus in No coming home. The suit has several notable features, including an active neural interface, nanites, and the signature claws that identify its image. After his nanites take over several of Doc Ock’s tentacles, Peter transfers them to a different suit and leaves the Iron Spider behind.
6 Peter’s What If Suit makes an intriguing combination with the Levitation Cloak
The Disney+ series What if…?, introduces intriguing possibilities and different versions of popular characters. Spider-Man is no exception to this rule. What if… zombies!? portrays Peter as one of the survivors of a zombie apocalypse from the Quantum Realm.
In this universe, Peter’s costume resembles his classic costume. The color scheme is a bit different and its web shooters are visible, but it’s a similar design. This outfit has one significant difference – Peter wears it in combination with Doctor Strange’s Levitation Cloak. The magical artifact leaves Doctor Strange after being killed by the zombie virus and attaches itself to Peter. The end result is a character known as the Zombie Hunter Spider-Man.
5 The First Stark Suit Welcomes Peter Home Into The MCU
After discovering Peter’s identity and superpowers, Tony Stark approaches Peter during The Avengers. Civil war. He gives Peter a new costume, one with a personal AI that Peter later names Karen. Although Karen is more of a natural language interface than an advanced AI, her abilities are still impressive and she is able to provide Spider-Man with plenty of support in battle.
The first Stark suit also has an impressive set of enhanced web shooters, with many different attacks, including web taser, rapid fire, and even web tracers. It also has a built-in parachute and an Insta-Kill mode.
4 Peter makes an improved suit after Tony’s creation is destroyed
After Mysterio destroys the first Stark suit and damages the stealth suit, Peter creates his own suit, using the Stark Industries Fabricator on the SI private jet. The upgraded Spider-Suit increases the amperage of its Taser web to 25%, an upgrade that comes in handy during the London battle against Mysterio’s drones.
After Peter’s identity is revealed to the world, the costume is stained green with paint by one of Mysterio’s followers. Spider-Man knocks him down during the confrontation with Electro and Sandman, causing him to appear black and gold.
3 Built-in costume combines iron spider armor with her upgraded costume
After Spider-Man successfully repairs Doctor Octopus’ neural inhibition chip, Doc Ock uses the nanites that had taken over his metal arms and transfers them to Peter’s upgraded suit. In the process, the integrated combination is created.
This is the costume Spider-Man uses in the final battle with the villains of the multiverse. It should also include Dr. Strange’s upgraded gauntlet, but Peter doesn’t use it. Despite Aunt May’s death, he is still determined to help the bad guys.
2 Versions of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield pass in their own costumes
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield participate in Spider-Man: No Coming Home. All three versions of Spider-Man have a real connection, and they reassure Peter after Aunt May’s death. The arrival of the two heroes is essential to defeating the villains of the multiverse.
Each Spider-Man wears his own Spidey suit. Bodycon suits from previous franchises are graphically distinct, with the Amazing Suit having a more muted color scheme. The most significant difference is that Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man naturally generates web fluid and doesn’t need mechanical web shooters like Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield’s versions.
1 The second homemade costume represents a tragic new beginning
introduced at the end of Spider-Man: No Coming Home, the second homemade costume represents a tragic new beginning after the world has forgotten all about Peter. Peter doesn’t have too many resources at his disposal when he does this. He uses a sewing machine to create the costume, so it’s possible the material won’t offer him any special protection.
The classic look of the second homemade costume pays homage to Spider-Man’s encounters with his other multiverse characters. While this suit doesn’t have as many functions as Stark’s high-tech suits, it does respect Spidey’s spirit as a hero.
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