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Two Bridesmaids Walking Down The Aisle With the recent release of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel costume, we’re going to go out on a limb here and say that Jacob Perez’s take on the character is much better than the official MCU version. Keith Byrne took things a different route and gave Clint some sleeves, throwing together a design with an overall archer-thief vibe that we think is an excellent approach to the character. This design was one of the honorable mentions from Project Rooftop’s Spider-Man redesign, but we think it should have placed in the top three. Tom provides the three US carded Spiderman figures, note that the 1975 and 1978 card feature identical artwork save for the date.

But should Peter save her enough times, maybe – just maybe – she’ll start to come over his way. Inventing web fluid wasn’t enough on its own as Peter needed a device to fire it. He also has the ability to shoot web out from his wrists. The wrists even have gauntlets with a pair of twin blades, giving Spidey a sharper melee edge. Take every improvement and advancement from the previously mentioned Stark Suit, then pimp that ride into something shiny, smooth, and sharper and you’ve got the MCU’s Iron-Spider. He needed a new suit, and Stark was there again to provide a significant new upgrade: the Iron Spider.

There really couldn’t be any other alternate Spider-Man in the top spot but Miles Morales. Spider-Man Miles Morales heads to PS4 and PS5 on 12 November. Morales his own iconic look. As for the design itself, Solarin has taken the classic yellow and blue color scheme, as well as the casual look that Luke typically goes for, and made a laid-back, but effective superhero design for Power Man. Luke still gets to wear a shirt and pants, but they have some superhero elements to them, as well as advertising Heroes for Hire’s website, a nice touch by Solarin. We also love Carol’s hairstyle in this, as well as the little bits of red spread throughout the design.

Reeves’ design gives T’Challa exposed sleeves and feet, switching out built-in claws for organic ones; a unique choice that would be interesting to see in the comics. The second iteration of the suit is the better of the two and would be a cool inclusion in the next game, especially since this Spider-Man has met the Spidey and Peter Parker of the PS4 game in the comics. Hawkeye’s two main looks are his original outfit or his modern look, both of which lack sleeves. The mask that Byrne designed is a nice modification of the Hawkeye’s classic costume, making him a bit more mysterious than his sleeveless-shirt-and-sunglasses combo usually does, the high collar helping to complete this espionage-archer look.

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