Norman Osborn from Spider Man (No Way Home)

Norman Osborn, otherwise known as the Green Goblin is a character from the film Spider-Man: No Way Home, and is played by Willem Dafoe. This film follows Spider-Man as his identity is now revealed and he discovers what it really means to be Spider-Man after a spell goes wrong and new worlds start to appear.

Norman Osborn wears a green plaid coat, a purple hoodie, blue jeans, and boots. To recreate this, take a green plaid jacket in a larger size to give the oversized look, a purple hoodie underneath that you can distress for more authenticity with sandpaper sponges, and a black t-shirt underneath to cover where the holes are. Pair this with a muted blue jean that you can also distress, along with a pair of laced boots.

Spider-Punk from Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Spider-Punk is a character voiced by Daniel Kaluuya from the movie Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. In this new animated film, we follow Brooklyn’s friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man as he travels across the Multiverse. One of the characters we meet is Spider-Punk, an alternate version of Hobie Brown and Spider-Man.

To re-create this alternative look, start with the classic Spider-Man costume. Next, layer the base costume pieces like the purple plaid pants, black leather vest, red boots with blue laces, and optionally a blue tee. There are many detail pieces you can add on top of this like different themed buttons/ pins including the British flag, metal spike studs to the vest, a studded belt, choker, and wristbands. Finally, add a taller variety of metal spike studs to the top of the head on the  Spider-Man costume.

spot from across the spider-verse

Spot from Across the Spider-Verse

Spot (voiced by Jason Schwartzman) is the primary antagonist of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.  Once a scientist at Alchemax named Dr. Johnathan Ohnn, Spot’s mutated appearance is the result of Spider-Man destroying Kingpin‘s Super-Collider in the first film of the series.  Spot begins as a comedic villain, but eventually, his determination to destroy Miles’ life turns him into something much more sinister.  To recreate Spot’s villainous appearance, you’ll need to start with a full white bodysuit and matching shoes.  Then, add splotches of black to the costume using fabric paint.  You can paint them on with brushes and/or add them with a dimensional paint using the plastic tip, depending on your preference.  Make sure you leave plenty of time for the paint to dry before you intend to wear your costume.

rio morales from across the spider-verse

Rio Morales from Across the Spider-Verse

Rio Morales (voiced by Luna Lauren Velez) is the mother of Miles Morales in the animated film Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.  Rio works as a nurse and often plays the role of mediator between her husband Jefferson and their son.  Rio has curly brown hair that she prefers to wear in a loose side ponytail.  She also favors wearing gold hoop earrings, which can be seen in several of her outfits in the film.  When working, Rio wears a white long-sleeved shirt under a scrub shirt with burgundy scrub pants and white shoes.  She also wears a red flutter sleeve blouse, wide leg pants, and red wedge shoes that tie around her ankle.  At another point, she dons a green floral print shirt with a blue jacket.


White Rabbit

The White Rabbit is a supervillain in the Marvel comics, namely an enemy of Spider-Man. Formerly known as Dr. Lorina Dodson, she became evil after killing her husband and using her inheritance to buy dangerous gadgets. She became The White Rabbit, going insane to the point of ridiculousness. While she has themed carrot bombs and rabbit mutant henchmen, her most ostentatious weapon is a giant armed robot rabbit.

gwen stacy from marvel

Gwen Stacy

Gwen Stacy has graced the pages of many a Marvel comic book.  As the original love interest of Peter Parker, who met a tragic end both on page and screen, Gwen lives on in multiple iterations including as Gwenpool and Spider-Gwen.  Gwen Stacy has been played by several Hollywood actresses including Bryce Dallas Howard, Emma Stone, and Hailee Steinfeld.  In her comic form, Gwen has long blonde hair and bangs and often sports a pencil skirt and slouchy boots.



If you need someone assassinated in New York — and you’re in good with Kingpin — then you want Tombstone.  Anyone who remembers him as Lonnie Thompson Lincoln knows better than to call him by his real name. He’s spent his life becoming one of the most feared men in the city and it’s a reputation he’s all too happy to reinforce over and over again.

Tombstone’s look is, thankfully, easy to achieve than his reputation. Because Tombstone’s pale skin and white hair are a result of albinism, it may be offensive to recreate them with makeup. Instead you can get his look with a sharp suit, colorful shirt, dark tie and matching shoes. Then all you need is a set of sharp fake teeth to recreate the points Tombstone filed his into and you are ready to take our Kingpin’s enemies. Just watch out for those pesky heroes.

Flint Marko from Spider-Man 3

Sandman from Spider-Man 3

Thomas Haden Church is no stranger to playing the bad guy. His iconic George of the Jungle role is proof enough of that. But his turn as Flint Marko (also known as Sandman) in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 was definitely one of the highlights of the film. It introduced a whole new generation to the character and made him a fan favorite villain for people everywhere.

Flint’s cosplay is easy to pull together and, depending on your other characters, the pieces can serve in a variety of other costumes. The most difficult part is his shirt. Finding striped shirts in the right shade is a little tricky so you will be better off making your own. Start with a medium green t-shirt and add in the stripes using either black dye or black fabric paint. After that all you need is a brown belt, brown shoes, and a pair of olive cargo pants.

Aunt May from Marvel Comics

Aunt May

Maybelle Reilly – better known as Aunt May or May Parker – is Peter Parker’s surrogate mother. Whether she knows about his superhero alterego Spider-Man or not, she worries about her boy. And she knows better than anyone the toll a good deed can take. But just like she taught Peter, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do the right thing.

Aunt May has had a lot of looks over the year (and that’s without the MCU’s fashion-forward take on Aunt May). For this write-up we’re going for something in between the classic “granny” look from the original comics and the more updated look she has today.

For this iteration of Aunt May you’ll want a short white wig, long purple cardigan, a dusky pink knee-length skirt, and a yellow undershirt. Finish off the look with purple flats and  pearl earrings and you’re set!

Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman from Marvel

Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)

Jessica Drew may seem like just another member of the Spider family. But she is the original Spider-Woman, the mother of Gerry Drew (the future Spider-Boy, Spider-Man, and ‘The Spider’). But she wasn’t always a hero. Far from it, Drew began her career with Hydra. She was their assassin until she saw the error of her ways and eventually defected to join SWORD, SHIELD, and the Avengers.

Jessica Drew’s Spider-Woman has had several looks over the years. Arguably one of her most iconic is this one: a red and yellow bodysuit, yellow boots, yellow gloves, and her dark hair worn long and loose. It might not be the most tactical look she’s had but it’s certainly one of the most glamorous!

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