The Most Marvelous Spider-Man Costumes - Ben Reilly

Ben Reilly Spider-Man Costume

Ben Reilly Spider-Man

Taking over the role of Spider-Man from Peter Parker, Ben wanted to add his own touch. A new take on an old classic, Ben Reilly did a little revamp on Peter Parker's iconic Spiderman costume before hitting the streets as Spider-Man. He added a bigger spider, did a little rearranging of the red and blue and tossed the web shooters on the outside. All this together gave a fresh new look to everyone's friendly neighborhood web-swinger while still preserving the spirit of the original get-up. And if you like this costume, you should check out amazing spider girl costume—what's that they say about fashion going in cycles? SPIDER-GIRL #44—Peter Parker recounts the story of Ben Reilly to his daughter May, aka Spider-Girl!
Mayday Parker Spider-Girl

First Appearance: SENSATIONAL SPIDER-MAN v1 #0 (1996)
Last Seen In: PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN #75 (1996)


The Amazing Alternative Spider-Man-2

2. Zombie Spider-Man

First appearance:
Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962)
Created by:
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko

In an alternate universe, earth’s greatest heroes become infected with a virus, turning them into flesh-craving zombies. But unlike Romero’s shuffling hordes, Zombie Spider-Man is capable of experiencing emotion; in particular, he suffers from incurable guilt, unable to forgive himself for devouring Aunt May and Mary Jane – two women that every other Spider-Man has endlessly protected.
In later stories, his taboo cravings diminish, and he eventually turns against his undead kin and becomes a hero more worthy of the name Spider-Man.

Spider-Ham Sometimes superheroes are rebooted to make them grittier, sexier, more mature. Sometimes, they’re rebooted to make them resemble farmyard animals. Peter Porker was born a humble spider, until one day he was bitten by an irradiated scientist called May Porker, who had just created the world’s first atomic hairdryer. This is the strange origin of Spider-Ham. The character first appeared in 1983’s Marvel Tails, a collection of stories aimed at children, featuring animal parodies of other well-known heroes from the Marvel stable (forgive me), including Captain Americat and Goose Rider.


The Amazing Alternative Spider-Man-1

1. Skrull Spider-Man
amazing skull spider man 

Super Name: Skrull Spider-Man
Publisher: Marvel
Gender: Male
Character Type: Alien
1st Appearance: Secret Invasion #1
Appears in: Secret Invasion 2008 Marvel 3 issues
            Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man 2008 Marvel 1 issue
            Secret Invasion Chronicles 2009 Marvel 1 issue
            Secret Invasion: Amazing Spider-Man 2009 Marvel 1 issue
            Secret Invasion: Home Invasion 2009 Marvel 1 issue
            Mitos 2010 Panini Comics 1 issue
            Secret Invasion 2009 Marvel 1 issue
Died: Secret Invasion #8

"They called themselves Skrulls! But, by any name, they were a band of the most dangerous menaces Earth had ever faced! They are able to change their appearances at will!"
Marvel's huge crossover comic event Secret Invasion featured a wide-spread invasion of Earth by the shape-shifting Skrulls. Every Marvel character came under close scrutiny as many heroes were discovered to be dupes. Even though Spider-Man is not a major player in Secret Invasion, the image of Skrull Spider-Man is still awesome.
Skrull Spiderman Vs Skrul Wolvrine


My Top 5 Alternate Spider-Man Costumes

Peter Parker In the movie of The Amazing Spider-Man wears a new classic red and blue Spiderman costume. He keeps changing his suits from time to time, and I decided to put together a list of my top five favorite Spider-Man alternate costumes.

  5) Alex Ross movie concept Costume

It's not the classic blue and red but it is a fresh take on a very familiar character. It’s a mixture of the black symbiote costume with the iconic red web classic costume.

4) Scarlet Spider-Man Costume
classic scarlet spider man and 2012 new ultimate scarlet spider man

One thing I like the Scarlet Spider design is that it actually looks like something I would have, the suit is simple red, but the spider hoodie is effective.

 3) Last Stand Costume
The Last Stand Spider-Man Costume
The “Last Stand” costume was first introduced in Amazing Spider-Man #498-500. The simplified, looser-fitting jacket and slacks feels more like a uniform and less a costume.

2) Spider-Man 2099 Costume
Spider-Man 2099 Costume

With darker future comes, new Spider-Man Miguel O’Hara got the darker 2099 costume. There were claws and sharp scallops on the wrists. The traditional blue and red color scheme became much darker. It’s even got a skull on the front.

1) Black Symbiote Spider-Man Costume
Black Symbiote Spider-Man
The best of all Spidey alternate costumes. Spider-Man would switch back and forth between black and classic red and blues until the arrival of Venom scaring MJ so much that she asks Peter to stop wearing that same black suit.
What’s your favorite alternate Spider-Man Costume?


Coolest Spider-Man Costume Ever

Spiderman_family from 1962

From his 1st appearance, Spider-Man wore a costume. He had a lot of costumes like classic red and blue costume, the black costume, the armor costume, Ben Reilly's scarlet costume, Iron Spider costume and much more. But, which is the coolest costume of all spider-man costumes EVER?


Yes, Personally, I love Spiderman 2009 Costume!


Deadpool Costumes Reference for Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

The following costumes are alternate Deadpool costume appeared in Marvel's video game Marvel vs. 

Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Red and black suit: Classic Deadpool

Red and black suit: Classic Deadpool

Yellow and blue suit: Weapon X- Days of Future Now comics
Yellow and blue suit: Weapon X- Days of Future Now comics

Red, black, and white suit: Deadpool's Weapon X outfit in the comics
  Red, black, and white suit: Deadpool's Weapon X outfit in the comics

 Black and gray suit: Uncanny X Force comics
  Black and gray suit: Uncanny X Force comics  

Classic Deadpool Costume

“Destiny doesn’t care that I’ve made sacrifices to get here.
That I’ve said my prayers and brushed after meals.
Destiny wants a garbage man… and I’m always it.
Bang bang. 
I’m Deadpool. 
You’re Dead.”

The Classic Deadpool Costume is a red and black full body suit with large oval shapes around the eyes and a logo, bearing his likeness, on his belt buckle. People unfamiliar with Deadpool often confuse him for "a ninja Spider-Man.”
Spider-Man and Deadpool Comparison
Spider-Man and Deadpool Comparison
Deadpool wears a utility belt around his waist that holds assorted weapons like handguns, knives and grenades, and many useless trinkets as well, like a toy monkey. His teleporter is incorporated into his utility belt, represented as a small, solid metal gadget that takes the shape of his trademark logo. He wears a harness around his upper body that keeps his two katana fastened to his back in an X-shape.
the Classic red deadpool costume full body suit

Underneath Deadpool’s costume, Deadpool is scarred and deformed, that is the reason why he keeps his mask on. His appearance varies from being rigid, lumpy, scarred, or exposed muscle and bone. However, this could be justified due to the fact his healing factor has his body in a constant state of flux.


Spider Girl and Her Costume

spider girl #69

 Mayday Parker, the future daughter of Spider-Man, at first, she was just SPIDER-GIRL, and then she became the AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL, and then went in THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-GIRL. Here is Spider Girl "Mayday" In her Classic Red and Blue Spandex Spider Girl Costume.
spidergirlRed and Blue Spider girl Costume
The Spider-Girl series ended with its 100th issue, giving it the record for the longest running title Marvel Comics has ever had that starred a female protagonist and was not a team book. Later on, Mayday got to star in the new series The Amazing Spider-Girl and now Spider Girl Costume was slightly altered. Rather than the webs solidly wrapping around her torso, she now had sloping areas of black/blue extending from her sleeves. It's a nice touch, highlighting her body's shape while also making the suit a bit more slimming, which isn't really a superhero concern but is a nice touch, eh?
spider girl new costume

Thoughts on Spider-Woman Jessica Drew

I think the potential for what could be done with her character deserves it own book. She is a great character but under used. Even though I love Jessica as a hero and potential ally for Spider-man. I think Bendis as set the foundations for a very cool anti-hero. Jessica tells Peter at the end of the Clone saga, "I'm gonna need money." Peter's reply is, "don't rob any banks," without thinking that she's left pretty much destitute and dealing with a pretty heavy identity crisis. She remembers being a hero, and having a family, friends, a girlfriend, a job, and a school, but now is suddenly left with no support structure. The reasoning and the ability to sneak into buildings and dodge security is pretty sound. But when someone needs help the "Hero's Call" would convince her to do the selfless thing.
Jessica Spider Woman gives a great way to explore and examine what keeps Peter Parker/ Spider-man from reverting to his attitude before Ben died. It also had the potential for some great Gwen Stacy, bi-curious, fan service.

Besides, the spider woman costume is also one of my favorite spider man costumes. Jessica Drew is not particularly noted as a hottie in her own right; it's just when she puts on the mask and the metallic shiny skintight spider-woman costume and exudes the pheromones that she turns into a seductress. Behind the mask, I'd say Jess is not supermodel beautiful; but she has a body to die for.


Spider-Woman and Her Costume

I guess only some people know the story behind Spider-Woman and Spider-Woman Costume. Judging from her name and appearance, probably Spider-Woman is a perfect female version of Spider-Man. Indeed, the opinion is not completely wrong. Spider-Woman possesses super human ability as Spider-Man does, such as great reflexes, agility, enormous speed, and venom blast shoot to enable her to crawl like a spider from a building to another building.
Jessica Drew is the original Spider-Woman, who left the role in the early 1980s. As of the late 2000s, she has returned to it. This version of the character starred in her own animated TV series in 1979. She was ranked 54th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. Jessica was involved in a brief relationship with Spider-Man once, and she and Hawkeye have shown an attraction to each other. Jessica Drew‘s Spider-Woman Costume is a red, yellow, and black Spider-Woman costume with a red and black mask to conceal her identity. All of Jessica's powers come from her own body but her costume does provide her with a web-like material to help her flight.
Jessica Drew Spider-Woman Costume
Julia Carpenter is initially known as the second Spider-Woman, and later known as Arachne, and then as the second Madame Web, she appeared regularly as Spider-Woman, both in and out of costume. Her classic costume is a black-and-white Spider-Woman costume.
Black Spider Woman Costume
There is other three more Spider-Woman: Mattie Franklin, Charlotte Witter, Veranke. 
Spider-Woman: Mattie Franklin
Spider-Woman: Mattie Franklin
Spider-Woman: Charlotte Witter
Spider-Woman: Charlotte Witter
Spider-Woman: Veranke
Spider-Woman: Veranke 


The History of Spider-Man’s Black Costume

Spidey's black costume gets weird
The Black Spiderman Costume was born in Secret Wars #8. Spidey wants to replace his much-torn costume but chooses the wrong costume machine, which released black blob covered his body and then transformed into the black costume.
Spidey discovers the black costume
Spidey discovers that the costume has the power to generate webbing, and returns to earth with his black costume in Amazing #252. He also discovers that it also has the power to change to appear as normal street clothing. However in the following few issues, the costume starts behaving quite strangely. 

In Spectacular Spider-Man #99, Felicia gives Peter a set of five cloth Black Costumes, and he wears the first one in Amazing #263. For the next couple of years, he alternates between the red and blue spiderman costumes, and the black spiderman outfit. Different writers had their own preferences, and often he used the black at night, and the red and blues during the day. 
Amazing Red and Blue Spandex Spiderman Morph Suit

Black Spiderman Costume Luckysuits

During a battle with the villain Magma Spidey's last remaining red-and-blue costume was destroyed. At that point Peter decided to forego the red-and-blue and wear only the black costume form now on. But Mary-Jane pointed out that the Black costume reminded her of Venom Black costume, and insisting that Peter no longer wear it, that was the last time Peter wore it regularly. However, Peter did put on the black costume for a few special occasions after that. The reason mostly being that it makes him harder to see at night.