Cool Costume of the Week

We’ve seen quite a few superhero costumes here at the Costume City blog, and we’re likely to see more as we get close to Halloween, but there are still some creative people out there who continue to put a new spin on classic costumes like this great Spider-Man costume. Spider-Man has always been a popular hero, and his simple costume has been worn by kids, and adults, all over the world. Different variations, including the Black Suit Spider-Man, have popped up, but I haven’t seen one like this before.

Spiderman costume

I like a few different things about this costume. First off, it doesn’t hide the entire face. While some people might not like this, I’ve always found wearing a mask to be stifling. I’m not sure how Spidey pulls it off, but having cloth over your face really makes it hard to breathe. Another thing that I like is how recognizable this Spider-Man costume is. Anyone who has read a Spider-Man comic, or seen the TV show, will be able to recognize the Spider Sense going off. Finally, and this really has nothing to do with the costume, this guy actually looks like Peter Parker. Where was he when Columbia Pictures was casting for the Spider-Man movies?

You don’t have to look like the person that you’re trying to imitate to pull of a costume, but it certainly helps. This guy didn’t have to buy a ton of fancy makeup for his costume, and most of the outfit could probably be found at a thrift store. As I’ve said before, the key to a good homemade costume is to pay attention to the defining characteristics. This Spider-Man costume uses the camera, the mask, and the little lightning bolts to define the character.

Check out our site for more great Spider-Man costumes to get your Spider Sense tingling.

Thanks to Costumepop.com for the picture.

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