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Kingpin from Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Kingpin (voiced by Liev Schreiber) is the street name of Wilson Fisk, a crime lord and arch-nemesis of Spider-Man. He is immense in stature, both figuratively and physically, and seems to be made up of pure muscle. For this costume, trawl your local thrift store for the absolute largest black suit and skinniest black necktie that you can find.

Peni Parker from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Peni Parker is a Japanese-American student who pilots a mech suit called SP//dr through a psychic link with a radioactive spider. For this costume, you’ll have to be a bit crafty, attached the pink ribbon along the v-neck of the sweater. Add a cat face and yellow cat ears to your backpack for extra credit points.

Spider-Man Noir from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man Noir from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man Noir (voiced by Nicolas Cage) is a dark, monochromatic version of Peter Parker from a 1930s universe. He teams up with multiple Spider-Men from alternate dimensions including Miles Morales, Peter B. Parker, and Spider-Gwen to save New York City from the Kingpin.

Peter B. Parker from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Peter B. Parker from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Peter Benjamin Parker is a Spider-Man from a parallel universe from Miles Morales. He’s been Spider-Man for over 20 years, suffering major life setbacks and injuries, which have left him jaded, exhausted, and a bit overweight. Peter B. Parker is so disheveled, he wears mismatched shoes: a sneaker on his left foot and a boot on his right.

Spider-Man (Miles Morales) from Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man (Miles Morales) from Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Miles Morales is a Brooklyn teenager who gets bitten by a genetically-modified spider and gains powers similar to Spider-Man. After Peter Parker is killed, Miles takes over the Spider-Man identity in order to save the city from The Kingpin.

Venom

Venom

After investigative journalist Eddie Brock (Topher Grace / Tom Hardy) becomes the host of an alien symbiote, he develops superhuman strength and an ultra-violent alter ego, becoming Venom. Brock is the second human that the alien symbiote bonds with, Peter Parker being the first, and soon Venom becomes one of Spider-Man’s greatest arch-enemies.

Silk

Silk

Silk (real name Cindy Moon) is a Korean-American superhero who first made an appearance in the Spider-Man comics. Cindy gains her superpowers after she gets bitten in the ankle by the same irradiated spider that bites Peter Parker on a school field trip.

Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)

Norman Osborn, otherwise known as the villain, Green Goblin, is the main antagonist in the Spider Man series. Portrayed by Willem Dafoe in the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, Norman Osborn is a capable businessman with a murderous alter ego that manifests itself in the Green Goblin. Since, no commercial costume exists for the film’s rubber suit, save for the mask, you’ll need to get creative with some generic costume armor and metallic green spray paint.

Vigilante Suit Spider-Man

In the video game The Amazing Spider-Man, you can unlock the Vigilante Suit, which shows how Peter Parker dressed before he was truly Spider-Man. It’s even more amateur than the homemade suit he makes in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming

Vulture

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Vulture (Michael Keaton) is the nickname of Adrian Toomes, the owner of a salvage company turned supervillain after the government and Iron Man put him out of business. Vulture clashes against Spider-Man, sometimes even while the latter is wearing his homemade costume.