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It’s just in time to celebrate Spider-Man’s return to the MCU!

Spider-Man has quite the fashion sense–remember, he did actually make his own costume. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise when clothing companies look to Spidey for inspiration. Case in point: Living Dead Clothing has a new Spider-Man line that includes everything from leggings to crop tops.

Check out some items from the collection after the break…

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You should be warned, particularly if you have kids, that the feels in this video are off the charts.

Mike Wilson’s 5-year-old son, Jayden, has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. The little guy is only expected to live a year, so Dad gave him the surprise of his life with a visit from Spider-Man for his birthday. It’s short and sweet, and simply beautiful.

The family has also set up GoFundMe and Facebook pages for those wishing to lend their support.

See the video after the break.

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Put on Spider-Man’s iconic red and blue suit without slipping into spandex thanks to this new design from Her Universe. This is the latest look in the company’s Marvel line, and I have to say that I’m a fan of the hooded tank. The hood even looks like Spidey’s mask! This is a much better option than getting bitten by a radioactive spider.

See more pics of the web-slinging hooded tank* after the break.

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Armored Spider-Man

Think you’ve seen every possible cosplay of Spider-Man’s outfit? Not so fast because Torontoironman is basing an armor build on Spidey as seen in the game Shattered Dimensions. He looks a little like a disco ball, but it’s one badass disco ball.

The costume is still a work in progress. From the cosplayer:

Armored Spider-Man work in progress. Just have to make the shoulders, arms and boots and add lenses to the helmet. Helmet will open up at the back and close in place with magnets. And this is my duct tape mannequin I made last night with my daddy’s help, THANKS DAD!!

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Halloween will be here before you know it and these great video tutorials will help you create the perfect look. There’s Captain Miss America as well as Spider-Woman, both done by the talented Elsa Rhae. We’ve featured her work in the past, watching her transform into a White Walker, Master Chief, and Joker—so she’s got all your costume ideas covered.

See the how-to videos after the break.

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We already brought you the news that actor Donald Glover will be getting a crack at Spider-Man by voicing Miles Morales in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors. Now there’s a cosplayer who has absolutely nailed the real-world version of the character.

Nikolas A. Draper-Ivey is a 22-year-old comic book artist from Lansing, Michigan who first found out about Miles Morales’ Spider-Man when his friends said that they looked alike. Boy, they weren’t kidding.

Draper-Ivey hopes that this will encourage the powers that be to make a live-action Miles Morales Spider-Man movie. Sara Pichelli, who designed and co-created Miles Morales Spider-Man commented on one of his pictures saying, “You’re perfect,” so it looks like people are noticing.

See more pictures after break.

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If you took Captain America and Spider-Man and squished them into one character, they’d combine to make an epic costume. Redditor Darayz worked Cap’s red, white, and blue into a Spidey suit, and it looks striking and weirdly natural. I’m a fan of Captain Spider-Man. He’s still working on the shield, and I hope it has webbed lines in addition to or instead of the usual circles.

See more photos of the neat mash-up after the break.

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Cutting hair and styling it into new looks is one thing, but Rob Ferrel, a.k.a. Rob the Original, takes the skill to a whole new level. He creates detailed portraits using hair and dye. He’s clipped everyone from Spider-Man to basketball players onto heads, and I can’t get over how intricate the designs are. Ferrel said the skill has been developing for eight years and started when kids brought requests for art to the barbershop with reference pics: “At first it was simple patterns and designs, but now if they bring me any image, I can replicate it in their hair.”

See more of Rob’s work after the break, including videos of him creating Steve Jobs and Walking Dead haircuts.

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Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, also known as the man behind Lowcost Cosplay, may be my new hero.

We wrote about Lowcost Cosplay back in March and we have a whole new bunch of awesome and super cheap cosplays to show you.

Check out some of our favorites after the break.

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