- Full-body stretch jumpsuit
- 88% polyester, 11% spandex, 1% nylon
- Hand wash cold water
- May reduce visibility
- Officially licensed
|Medium||Length (shoulder to top of foot)||52 1/2"||133cm|
|Large||Length (shoulder to top of foot)||52 1/2"||133cm|
|X-Large||Chest||Coming Soon||Coming Soon|
|X-Large||Torso||Coming Soon||Coming Soon|
|X-Large||Length (shoulder to top of foot)||Coming Soon||Coming Soon|
Black Suit Riot
Every superhero needs a good suit. It seems essential nowadays, especially as superhero costumes have become more realistic and grounded. Most superhero suits currently have armor plating, and you can see how the military and the like would wear these get-ups. Well, Marvel Comics Spider-man is kind of the exception for our modern-day superhero. Peter Parker has been donning his skin-tight suit in one fashion or another for his whole career (outside of that armor phase he had with Tony Stark, and that time Doc Ock took over his body—we'll spare you the details). Spider-man also has worn other suit variations (we lost count), but his black suit is probably the most popular. It originated from Peter Parker's time in space. A superpowerful demi-god made him team up with other heroes to fight a group of supervillains (comic books . . .). There were some immediate benefits to the suit, like Peter having an unlimited supply of web fluid and it responding to his thoughts. Peter bonds with the suit, but after a few sleepy days at work, he realizes that the suit is taking his body on joyrides, Weekend at Bernie's style. He eventually gets rid of the suit, but it finds its way to Eddie Brock, aka Venom.
Well, luckily for you, we have some black symbiote costumes for sale (not that lucky for us, these things don't like being locked in warehouse boxes). You don't even have to permanently bond with the suit or have to worry about the suit controlling your body like some weird puppeteer. The suit is made of blended materials, so it really will feel like a 2nd skin. The suit may reduce visibility when worn, but just use your spider-sense to counteract that (or make sure you walk with a friend who can help guide you). Symbiotes don't like fire and sound, but our symbiote suits should only be hand washed with cold water. This officially licensed Spider-Man Black 2nd Skin Adult Costume will have all your friends saying, "Nice suit." Oh, and just ignore the suit if it starts talking to you—it happens sometimes.
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