Miles Morales Costume

In his first appearance in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Miles borrowed Peter Parker’s old suit. But now that he’s the new Spider-Man of the Ultimate Marvel Universe, he’s got his own. And that costume has quite the history behind it.

Originally created by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli, Miles’ classic black-and-red superhero costume carries with it a sense of history and tradition that goes back to the very beginning of the character’s existence. The suit is a symbol of the diversity that Miles represents, and wearing one can be a great way to promote inclusivity and representation in your life.

While he initially wore the store-bought classic Spider-Man outfit that he received from his mentor after Peter Parker’s death, Miles improvised a new look for himself when he was attacked by a Skrull while out with his friends at the mall. The Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit, seen during the Leap of Faith scene in the movie, is a nod to that moment. The school jacket and backpack add a little bit of swag to the costume, and it moves at regular speed, rather than the Into the Spider-Verse version’s hyper realistic movement.

And if that’s not enough, in December, Miles will begin a brand new chapter of his comic book series with writer Cody Ziglar and artist Federico Vicentini. In this new era, Miles will be going back to his black costume, ditching the streetwear style that added a baggy sweatshirt and sneakers to the hero’s uniform in order to better match the look of the animated film. Miles Morales Costume

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