Spider-Man Miles Morales Costume


Spider-man Miles Morales Costume is a great choice for those who want to be the cool kid on the block. This high-tech polyknit jumpsuit and cowl mask will give you the right look for fighting crime in Harlem.

Before he got his own suit, Miles used a simple T-shirt and jeans. This version became available in the New Game+ update, featuring Peter Parker’s college tee that he lent to his nephew.
Into the Spider-Verse

Miles Morales is a Brooklyn teenager who gets bitten by a radioactive spider and gains super powers. He must embrace his new responsibilities and learn to be a hero with the help of other versions of Spider-Man from different dimensions.

Gwen Stacy / Spider-Gwen, who is kicked out of the Spider-Society by Miguel for siding with Miles, uses a multiverse-traveling gizmo to bring him back to her world. She is joined by Peter B. Parker and a dramatic comic version of Ben Reilly to stop Kingpin from reactivating a device that could destroy the Multiverse.

The Into the Spider-Verse Suit is a red-and-black suit that looks similar to Peter Parker’s Upgraded Classic Suit. It includes the Bam! Pow! Wham! Visor Mod that replaces realistic hit effects with comic-based combat hits.
Animated Suit

The Animated Suit is one of Miles’ main suits from the two Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse films. It has a very different look to it than Peter Parker’s Upgraded suit and uses color themes that aren’t the same.

The suit also includes holographic sound effects like pow and thwack when punching enemies. It’s an interesting way to use the animation style of the film where things in the suit move at 12 frames per second while the world around it moves at 60fps.

A hand-me-down from Peter Parker, this suit has some serious DIY vibes to it. It has a blue puffer jacket over a red sweater and athletic pants. The helmet has a red spider logo and red webbing strip on the chest.
Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit

A hand-me-down from Peter Parker, this is the first suit that players get to try out in Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It has some serious budget vibes, though, including a blue puffer jacket and fingerless gloves.

To unlock this costume, players need to complete a side quest involving the local Bodega in Brooklyn Visions Academy. Inside, there will be a table with a box that has a bow on it.

After completing the mission, the Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit will be unlocked along with the Trick Master Visor Mod which gives players bonus venom power for doing air tricks. The Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit is similar to the Animated suit with a stylish cel-shaded look.
Uptown Pride Suit

With a new Spider-Man game comes a whole wardrobe of new suits for Miles to wear. He starts off with his classic black and red suit but it doesn’t take long for him to upgrade.

This sleek outfit was created by artist and illustrator Javier Garron, who worked on the Miles Morales comics in 2018. It breaks up his usual black and red color scheme with a white design. This suit also includes a hat and ear that give it a more traditional look. It is unlocked by completing all the activities in the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man App. It also includes a gold trim on the classic suit and extra accessories that are a tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement and the late Chadwick Boseman.
Time Response Activated Circuit Kinetic Suit

Designed to look like the spray-painted suit and backpack Spider-Man the cat wears in Into the Spider-Verse, this outfit can be obtained by beating the game. Its visor and suit mod give Miles a comic book-inspired flat design and lowers his frame rate to make him move and fight like a comic book character, while also triggering cosmetic fight noises when attacking enemies.

Javier Garron, one of the Marvel artists on Miles Morales, designed this suit. Its name is an acronym for Time Response Activated Circuit Kinetic Suit, which is fitting because it’s the kind of costume you’d find in a superhero comic. Pre-ordering the launch or ultimate edition of the game unlocks this suit, a second Spidey suit, and a Gravity Well Gadget as digital bonuses.
Carnage Doppelganger

While the figure itself doesn’t feel quite as great as Six Arms Spidey, Doppelganger is still a cool addition. The dark red plastic is a much better shade for this character, and the sculpted teeth inside the mouth really help to sell that deformed grotesque appearance. Doppelganger also gets inhuman hands that look perfect for grasping and strangling someone, and two-toed feet that seem just right for kicking people in the face.

Kasady’s symbiote bonded with Miles’ own to create Doppelganger, an evil duplicate of the superhero that has all of his powers except for organic webbing. He tags along with Carnage and Shriek on their righteous murder mission.

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