Spider-Man unveils new costumes inspired by Marvel heroes
Marvel Comics has released a handful of new covers that feature Miles Morales in different costumes inspired by Marvel Heroes.
Marvel parties Miles Moraleslatest milestone in style. Morales gets a handful of awesome cover variations to celebrate the newest Spiderman 10th anniversary since its inception. The covers will be published in various Marvel books and will show the famous web-slinger wearing costumes inspired by the comics he appears on.
Miles Morales became one of Marvel’s most popular heroes after making his debut in Ultimate fallout # 4 in 2011. Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli, Morales eventually joined Marvel’s main continuity and has been a mainstay ever since. The character became even more popular after starring in the Oscar-winning film, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse in 2018. He was even the main character of his own game in 2020, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Last year. In the comics, Miles currently stars in his own title, Miles Morales: Spider-Man by Saladin Ahmed and Carmen Carnero.
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Marvel Comics has unveiled 11 new covers (more to be revealed) to celebrate Miles Morales’ 10th birthday at the publisher. Spider-Man cover variations are made by some of the most talented artists in the business and feature costumes inspired by other Marvel heroes. Ken Lashley and Juan Fernandez Black Panther # 2 presents a new pointy costume.
Miles wears a black, white and red suit alongside Natasha Romanoff for the cover of Black Widow # 11 by Ejiwa “Edge” Ebenebe.
One of the coolest covers features Spider-Man DJing with an Iron Man figure on his gear. Miles is wearing a cool leather coat with a futuristic costume in Rahzzah’s shiny room.
Miles wears a red and black suit, with a hood similar to Moon Knight on the cover of Moon Knight # 3 by Greg Land and Frank D’Armata,
Spider-Man gets a great pullover-focused comic book on the gorgeous cover of Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit.
In Spider-Man nonstop # 6, Miles becomes a complete symbiote in this spooky cover from Declan Shalvey.
Miles channels his inner Shang-Chi with a costume that highlights his spider-like influence on the cover of Shang-Chi # 4 by Taurine Clarke.
Miles can be seen eating donuts with Jessica Drew on a fabulous blanket for Spider woman # 15 by Bengal.
Spider-Man wears long socks and his best winter clothes for the blanket of Thor # 17 by Todd Nauck and Rachelle Rosenberg.
Miles shivers with Peter Parker on the cover of The Incredible Spider-Man # 74 by Sara Pichelli and Tamra Bonvillain.
Finally, Spider-Man teams up with Black Cat with an amazing and stylish Dike Ruan and Dave McCaig costume for Black cat #ten.
Spiderman the costumes in all areas all look great. The variant covers Miles Morales will be released in September and October by Marvel Comics
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