80s Tees has these Spider-Man and Batman costume hoodies marked down to just $30. That’s 50% and 40% off respectively. There’s still time to get the hoodies before Christmas, so grab them while you still can!
Redditor Grrrrrryan posted this feels and grin inducing series of photos explaining why he cosplays.
The Caption for the image above? “And puppies. Oh man, puppies.”
We liked it so much we figured we’d just post the pictures and the captions, because I’m not one to mess with perfection.
Check out the rest after the break.
You thought spandex was tight? Try latex. This femme take on Spidey’s suit looks like it was painted onto model Kat Sequin. I can’t even imagine how you would put something like this on and how hard it would be to peel it off. It’s a gorgeous and sexy take on the classic costume but mostly I just focus on how uncomfortable it must be.
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This very creative Spider-Man cosplay features Luis Romero in Spidey’s black costume along with the cover of the Secret Wars #8 comic. Romero recreated the cover on a cardboard backdrop and then posed in front of it to unique effect at the Tampa Bay ComicCon and Ultracon earlier this year.
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Add some thwip to your ride with these eye-catching Spider-Man motorcycle helmets by DONY Custom. The design makes sense given the shape and pattern of Spidey’s costume, and I’m amazed they haven’t been officially licensed before. The seller uses HJC brand helmets for the base and airbrushes the designs on. You can choose from the classic red or a bright blue or black—and if you’d rather go darker, they have a wicked Venom design. They’re all gorgeous.
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You get two for one with this cosplay featuring Todd Whalen as both Peter Parker and Spider-Man. He designed the suit that he’s wearing and had a fantastic photo shoot done by Meg Super Photography. He even brought his wife in on the act to be his Gwen.
See more picture and video of the photo shoot after the break…
Everyday cosplay is becoming more and more of a thing, and I think it’s fabulous. Superhero Stuff has four new tank dress options you can work into your wardrobe: Venom, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four (love this one), and Loki. You can pair these dresses with cute tights, skinny jeans, or nothing at all. The cotton/spandex blend outfits aren’t exactly work appropriate, but you don’t need to limit them to conventions either. That leaves plenty of opportunities for these snazzy designs to be worth the purchase price.
Check out the other new styles after the break.
Spider-Man’s suit has a lot of webbing, and it has to make painting it on a challenge. Artist W. Verissimo was up to the task though! He carefully painted Brazilian model Juju Salimeni as the superhero. She wore a device around her neck that blocked her from seeing what Verissimo was painting until the masterpiece was completed. He did an amazing job, and it’s safe to say she makes Spider-Man look sexier than ever.
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