A dedicated fan builds their own impressive version of Spider-Man’s Iron Spider suit, and it looks like it’s really using expanding nanotechnology.
A devoted Marvel fan has recreated Spider Man Iron Spider suit complete with what appears to be expanding nanotechnology. Carried by Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, the armor debuted at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming as a Tony Starks (Robert Downey Jr.) gift to the young hero, in hopes of officially joining the Avengers. However, it was first Avengers: Infinity War that Spider-Man wore the advanced combat costume as he ventured out into space during the fight against Thanos (Josh Brolin).
The Iron Spider suit is the last armor that Tony donated to his mentee. Even after his death in Avengers: Endgame, Peter continued to sport it in Spider-Man: Far from home, at least at the beginning of the film. At the end of the same movie, the young web-slinger created his own costume using Stark tech. But according to footage from Spider-Man: No way home trailer, fans can expect Iron Spider to appear once again in the upcoming movie. Many viewers are curious as to why Peter will return to it in the upcoming threequel, but are more than happy to see it again – especially given how striking and easily recognizable its design is.
No wonder the suit has inspired a Marvel fan to recreate the Iron Spider costume. Jake Laser took to Instagram to share his own impressive version of the armor. To capture the same aesthetic effect, Laser shows how he used tiny liquid crystals that change color when heated, creating an effect that makes it look like the suit is “floating” into the carrier. The spider’s bone-like pendant, made of inflatable tubes, also springs out in the same way as the original Iron Spider suit. All these incredible elements are achieved with just the push of a button, and the result resembles an eerie resemblance to the original suit. Watch the video below:
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While Peter has been wearing the Iron Spider suit several times since receiving it Infinite war, it is likely that the armor has many features that have still not been used. Given that his first Stark suit was equipped with several secret options, it is not out of the question that the same was done with its follow-up. However, it is unlikely that Spider-Man will stick exclusively to the Iron Spider suit or an ensemble for that matter. Superheroes tend to wear a different costume every time they appear in a new movie for various reasons, including to increase sales of items with each new release. IN Spider-Man: No way home, Peter is set to wear at least a few different kinds of armor, including the Iron Spider.
Aside from Holland’s Spider-Man costumes in the upcoming Phase 4 film, there’s also a lot of speculation about what Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s potential costumes would be if they were to appear in Spider-Man: No way home. Both actors have long been rumored to be in the upcoming Jon Watts-directed prequel, as its narrative ties in with the broader Marvel multiverse. However, if Maguire and Garfield make the cameo, chances are their original Spider-Man costumes will not be nearly as sophisticated as the Stark-created ones. Iron Spider armor.
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Source: Jake Laser / Instagram
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