The New Spider-Man Suit Is More Significant Than You Can Anticipate

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By Scarlet Witch

Spider-Man is one of the most loved Marvel characters for his quirkiness and charm, but he is always the highlight for bringing the sickest suit to the big screen. With time, the Spider-Man suit has gone some radical changes since its first appearance in Captain America: Civil War. The suit has become more sophisticated from baggy sweatshirts and goggles. Let’s look at the transition of the suit throughout the years.

The Transition of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Suit

In the film, Tom Holland wears various Spider-Man suits, including the Iron Spider, black and gold, a combination of past costumes, and a self-made suit in the end. Marvel’s head of Visual Department Ryan Meinerding emphasized in the “Spider-Man: No Way Home — The Art Of The Movie” book that the hand-sewn final suit holds great significance as it shows Spider-Man’s evolution across the MCU storyline. Ryan says that the classic red-and-blue suit, with a spider, gives it a grown and mature vibe. The inspiration for the same is from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s suits. The character of Peter Parker has gone through significant changes as he lost Tony, May, and his friends which have led him to be a more grown and not just the youthful Spider-Man.

Meinerding continued by explaining that this suit reflects the growth of Holland’s Spider-Man into a well-defined character, showcasing his individuality, and highlighting how his experiences have guided him towards this fresh persona. After meeting with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in “Captain America: Civil War,” Peter Parker receives an enhanced suit featuring a modest spider emblem at its center and striking shades of blue and red. He wears this suit throughout Spider-Man: Homecoming until he gets the Iron Spider suit in Avengers: Infinity War.