Peter Parker (Kaine) (Earth-616) as Scarlet Spider.JPG
Official Name
Current owner(s)
Notable alernate reality owner(s)
Physical Characteristics
Created to protect from sonic attacks, and for camouflage missions
Lead Designer
Creators and Appearances
Quote1.png One of these days I'll work out a fabric that warps light and sound waves. A stealth suit would really come in handy. Quote2.png


Original design

Spider-Man (Peter Parker) created this suit to combat the Hobgoblin's sonic screams; the suit warps light and sound around it, rendering it invisible.[1]

It was later used by Kaine, to defeat Spider-Queen. The costume's new color was a consequence of the suit being locked in that design, which was made on purpose by Madame Web, who wanted it changed for what the Scarlet Spider meant in Kaine's past.[2][3]

Originally Kaine could not make the suit change colors until he thought hard enough to change it back to its original colors.[4]

During his time in Spider-Man's body, Doctor Octopus created a second stealth suit with the original look. When Spidey returned, the suit became one of his possessions,[5] and was put into storage alongside Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara's) new suit, a replica of the Iron Spider Armor, and his Future Foundation suit.[6]

Jessica Drew (Earth-1610) and Peter Porker (Earth-25) 001.jpg

After the death of the Spider-Man of Earth-94, Kaine gave into The Other and inadvertently ripped his suit to shreds.[7] It was later found by the Black Widow of Earth-1610.[5]

When the Master Weaver found Kaine alive, he crafted a new suit for him.[8] Peter's version was used by Clayton Cole when the Ghost attacked Parker Industries.[9] To combat Itsy Bitsy, Parker created a fourth variant of the Spidey stealth suit.[10]

Fourth model


Alternate Reality Versions

Image Description Issue
Benjamin Reilly (Earth-94) from Scarlet Spiders Vol 1 1 002.jpg On Earth-94, The Spidey Stealth Suit was created by Ben Reilly. Scarlet Spiders #1
Peter Parker (Earth-1048) from Marvel's Spider-Man (video game) 005.jpg On Earth-1048, Spider-Man attempted to create a stealth suit, but was unable to get it to work properly. Later, he incorporated Oscorp Industries invisibility tech into his classic suit. Unfortunately, the invisibility field interfered with his Web-Shooters so he stopped using the tech. Black Cat gave Peter a suit with the design of the Prime Marvel Universe's fourth stealth suit, but it doesn't include its invisibility capabilities. Marvel's Spider-Man (video game)
Spider-Man's Stealth Suit (Earth-12041) Ultimate Spider-Man (Animated Series) Season 1 18.png On Earth-12041, one of the few new functions added to Spider-Man's suit by S.H.I.E.L.D was a stealth function that activate by pressing the spider emblem on the chest, thus turning the wearer invisible. Ultimate Spider-Man (Animated Series) Season 1 18
Peter Porker (Kaine) (Earth-12122).jpg On Earth-12122, there is a parody of the suit. It's history is mostly unknown. All that is known, is that its current user is a parody of Kaine. Avenging Spider-Man #12
Peter Parker (Earth-19919) from Spider-Island Vol 1 4 001.jpg On Earth-19919, Spider-Man stored the suit at Avengers Mansion after Horizon Labs was compromised. He later gave it to Agent Venom who sacrificed himself and the suit to defeat Spider-Queen. Spider-Island #4
Spider-Man's Stealth Suit from Spider-Man Edge of Time 001.jpg On Earth-TRN199, Peter Parker recreated his stealth suit and placed it in his archives in Alchemax. Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Otto Octavius (Earth-TRN461) from Spider-Man Unlimited (video game) 012.jpg On Earth-TRN461, the Spidey Stealth Suit was among the equipment Peter Parker took with him to Klyntar. It was found and upgraded by Otto Octavius. Spider-Man Unlimited (video game)
Miguel O'Hara (Earth-TRN579) from Spider-Man Edge of Time 006.jpg On Earth-TRN579, the Spidey Stealth Suit was found by Miguel O'Hara, the Spider-Man of 2099. Unfortunately, the suit can no longer turn invisible. Spider-Man: Edge of Time


  • It is suggested that the suit needs to be charged in order to utilize both the stealth and anti-sound functions.

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