Fans are currently geeking out over the new costume spotted in the Spider-Man: Far From Home set. The costume has turned all of the blue streaks black and fans have noted that it doesn’t appear to be based on anything from the comics, aside from Superior Spider-Man. However, some fans have pointed out that the suit is somewhat similar to some of the unused designs from Homecoming.
Artist Ryan Meidering shared some of the unused designs that were optioned for last year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. These designs are pretty sleek, though it’s easy to see why they ended up using the suit we saw in theaters since it pays tribute to the original costume Peter uses in the comics, minus the web armpits.
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Wow you guys LOVED the Superior Spider-Man inspired costume I posted yesterday! Thank you for all the love. Here are a few more Superior Spider-Man inspired designs. Yesterday I didn't give proper credit to artist @ramosland for designing Superior Spider-Man for the comics. Fortunately the comic book community are passionate about accuracy so thanks for setting me straight folks. ? I know this design was also inspired by @thealexrossart suit done for the first Spider-Man movie. I'll be posting the full suits on my Twitter @meinerdingart I'm getting ready to head down to San Diego this evening. Looking forward to being around lots of inspiring artists this weekend, including @ramosland who will be at Booth #5017 I'll be at Booth #5555, come say hi! #spidermanhomecoming #spiderman #marvel #sdcc #instart #conceptart #ryanmeinerding #marvelcinematicuniverse #humbertoramos #alexross #tomholland #comicbooks
Costumes aside, fans are interested in Far From Home because it not only continues Peter’s adventures in the MCU but will presumably deal with the fallout from Avengers 4. We know that some of Iron Man’s supporting cast might be making appearances but there has been no sign of Tony Stark himself, which has many fans wondering if he is going to die.
Spider-Man: Far From Home comes to theaters on July 5, 2019.