These are the suits worn by the webslinging hero: Spider-Man.
|Traditional Red and Blue Suit: This is the traditional suit that Spider-Man has used throughout his superhero career. It is made from a skintight cloth, most likely Spandex or something similar. The costume is mostly blue with red gloves, boots, mid-section, and mask. Peter designed a web pattern that covers the red portions of the suit, starting at the mask. The suit also has a black spider in the center of the chest and a larger red spider on the back, both of different designs. The mask has plastic lenses with a chrome covering that allow Peter to see out, without letting others see in. The lenses also protect Peter's eyes from dust particles and the glare of the sun while he is swinging through the city. In addition, the mask helps to conceal Peter's identity by muffling his voice, thus making it unrecognizable to others. He also wears a twin set of web shooters on his wrists under the gloves. A web cartridge belt is also worn under the suit, which has a spider-signal on the buckle. The suit also contains a special ear-piece that protects Spider-Man from the effects of Hobgoblin's sonic attack.  Spider-Man has recently updated the lenses of the suit to protect himself from Iguana's hypnotic stare. ||Amazing Fantasy #15|
|Symbiote Suit: During the Secret Wars, Spider-Man's costume was torn during battle and he was sent to a machine that would repair it. Unknown to Spider-Man, the machine was actually a prison that contained an alien symbiote, which copied Spider-Man's thoughts about the costume worn by Spider-Woman, and created a duplicate of it.
Both during and after the Secret War, Spider-Man learned that the costume could respond to his thoughts, change its shape, and create a seemingly unlimited amount of organic webbing. However, after wearing the suit for some time, he began to feel unusually tired and consulted his friends, Reed Richards and Jonathan Storm. Richards said that the suit was actually an alien creature and that it was taking him web-swinging every night while he slept. Spider-Man then had Mr. Fantastic and the Human Torch remove the costume using both a sound wave generator and fire, as its only weaknesses are loud sound waves and intense heat, and locked it in a protective case. The suit eventually escaped and hung itself in Peter's closet, disguised as one of his red and blue costumes. Unfortunately, Peter grabbed the symbiote and it reattached itself to him, which forced Spider-Man to use the bells housed in Our Ladies of Saints church to remove the suit. Many issues later, the suit secretly found and bonded to Eddie Brock, who became Venom.
Spider-Man eventually acquired the Symbiotic Suit again in different occasions: when he and the X-Men investigated an attack at S.W.O.R.D. space station caused by symbiote-possessed Brood and he bonded with one of them and when a Poison Punisher forcibly bonded Spider-Man to another symbiote so he could be assimilated by the Hive. He also temporarily bonded with the Venom symbiote again to defeat the Red Goblin.Mac Gargan also used the Symbiote Suit. He initially went by Venom when he bonded to the suit, but the two started going by Spider-Man when they were recruited into Norman Osborn's Avengers Initiative.
|Amazing Spider-Man #252|
|Bombastic Bag-Man's Suit: Twice Spider-Man has been forced to abandon his usual costume. When he lost the symbiote costume, Spider-Man was forced to use an old Fantastic Four costume, with a paper bag mask and a "Kick me" sign on his back. He was then sent into action as "The Amazing Bag-Man". Another time without his suit, he was forced to go into action as "The Bombastic Bag-Man".||Amazing Spider-Man #258|
|Black Cloth Suit: Though this suit was given to Peter by Black Cat in Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #99, he didn't actually wear it until Amazing Spider-Man #263 when he accidentally shrank his red and blue suit in the wash.
After Spider-Man removed the symbiote suit, his girlfriend, the Black Cat, made him a non-living duplicate, as she thought it was "sexier" than his red and blue suit. While the two suits were used interchangeably initially, the black suit eventually became Spider-Man's primary suit after his red and blue suit was destroyed. The suit also provided Spider-Man with an extra advantage of stealth in the night, due to its dark color. These also had the unintended benefit of intimidating his opponents.However, after Venom's attack on Mary Jane Watson, she forced him to abandon the suit for good. Thereafter, he only occasionally wore the black suit as a last resort, when his red and blue suit was out of commission. He returned to wearing the black suit for a brief period of time after his Aunt May was dying in a hospital due to an attempt on Peter's life by Wilson Fisk. With Kraven's resurrection, Spider-Man uncovered a copy of the suit left as a taunt by Kraven while searching for his clone, Kaine, and wore it while defeating the Kraven family.
|Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #99|
|Captain Universe's Suit: When a lab accident granted Spider-Man the Uni-Power, his costume was cosmically changed into the Captain Universe outfit. This form gave him incredibly enhanced senses, strength, speed, flight, and limited telekinesis. Miles Morales was granted the Uni-Power during the Second Totem War.||Amazing Spider-Man #329|
|Spider-Armor MK I: When the New Enforcers attacked New York using high-caliber firearms, Spider-Man created an armored spider-suit. Composed of a pseudo-metallic compound Peter developed at Empire State University, the suit slowed him down, but defended him from the firearms. During battle, the suit was destroyed by acid.||Web of Spider-Man #100|
|Sensational Spider-Man's Suit: When Spider-Man's clone, Ben Reilly, took over as Spider-Man, he created his own version of the classic red and blue costume, extending the spider motif's legs with a different design on the boots and gloves.||Sensational Spider-Man #0|
|Electro-Proof Suit: This rubber insulated suit was created by Spider-Man in order to protect himself from Electro's enhanced powers in a battle alongside X-Men. After the fight, Spider-Man improved the suit by adding additional padding and styling.||Amazing Spider-Man #425|
|Dusk's Suit: The third identity used by Spider-Man to clear his name was the Dusk costume. It was adapted from a suit Spider-Man had acquired in the Negative Zone. The suit allowed Spider-Man to blend into the shadows and fly.||Spider-Man #90|
|Hornet's Suit: The second identity used by Spider-Man to clear his name was the Hornet suit. It was a battle armor that provided additional protection and utilized a jet pack designed by Hobie Brown, as well as sedative darts once used by Ben Reilly.||Sensational Spider-Man #27|
|Ricochet's Suit: When Norman Osborn and The Trapster framed Spider-Man for murder, Peter Parker created four separate costumed identities to clear his name. The suit showcased Peter's acrobatic abilities and stored bouncing disks which Peter could use as weapons.||Amazing Spider-Man #434|
|Prodigy's Suit: The final identity used by Spider-Man to clear his name was the Prodigy costume. It consisted of gold armor and a bulletproof vest that made Spider-Man appear even stronger. Because his face was partially exposed Peter had to use makeup and a fake nose to fool people.||Spectacular Spider-Man #257|
|Secret War Suit: Peter was given this covert suit by Nick Fury for a mission in Latveria. The suit was primarily black, with the webbing pattern being red and not passing the head of the logo. Both of said spiders logos were blue, with the back spider's legs extending to the front of the suit.||Secret War #2|
|Iron Spider Armor: Before the events of the Superhuman Civil War, Tony Stark fabricated a new red and gold costume for Peter, utilizing much of the same technology used for his Iron Man suit, with the main difference being the suit's mesh-like quality. This new suit provided Peter with advantages he never had before in other costumes, such as radio transmission scanners and receivers, multiple biological sensors for himself and others (such as EKG readings, pulse rates, etc.), multiple vision settings, deflection of small caliber firearms, enhanced strength and limited gliding capabilities. The Iron Spider costume also provided Peter with three retractable pseudo-arms, named waldoes, though they weren't ideal for fighting. If Peter ever felt that he would like a change of pace in his appearance, Stark also built in a feature for the costume to change its appearance at Peter's will. This was an ideal feature for Peter because he never had to worry about trying to hide his suit in public.
Despite all of these new advantages, Peter was still concerned with features in the suit not disclosed to him, and the possibility that they may be used by Stark to control him. These fears came to fruition when Peter realized that he made the wrong choice in the Civil War, and while attempting to flee preemptively from Stark, the two fought. Iron Man initiated an override feature built into the Iron Spider costume to disable Peter. Foreseeing this confrontation, and much to Stark's surprise, Peter had built in an override for Stark's override and ceased using the suit. Peter's concerns were confirmed once more when they faced off again and Stark told Peter that the suit gave him a rare opportunity to examine Peter's "Spider-Sense".This costume was replicated and given to three clones of Michael van Patrick, who became known as the Scarlet Spiders.
|Amazing Spider-Man #529|
|Stealth Suit: Spider-Man created this suit to combat the Hobgoblin's sonic screams; the suit warps light and sound around it, rendering it invisible.
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 (Ben Reilly) meant in Kaine's past.Originally Kaine could not make the suit change colors until he concentrated hard enough to change it back to its original colors.
|Amazing Spider-Man #650|
|Spider-Armor MK II: Designed at Horizon Labs to help protect Peter after the loss of his spider-sense.||Amazing Spider-Man #656|
|Future Foundation Suit: This suit was created for Spider-Man when he joined the Future Foundation following the death of the Human Torch. It is made from Unstable Molecules, thus it can repair itself, never get dirty, and change its appearance.||FF #1|
|Fear Itself Suit: During the Serpent's War many heroes were given armor made by Tony Stark and the Dwarves of Nidavellir to battle Cul Borson and his Worthy. Spider-Man was given one of these armors, and was later destroyed by Tony Stark under Odin's orders. It is unknown what features it had but it was made using Uru so it is presumed that the suit was extremely durable. The suit had two gauntlets, one on each wrist, which was equipped with blades on each arm which that could be used as a melee weapon. The suit also changed the appearance of Spider-Man's red and blue suit to an all blue one with bright neon blue lines replacing the black webs on his normal suit.||Fear Itself #7|
|Spider-Armor MK III: Designed using Horizon Labs resources to oppose the latest versions of the Sinister Six.||Amazing Spider-Man #682|
|Superior Spider-Man's Suit: During Doctor Octopus's seemingly final days, he switched bodies with Peter Parker. In the final battle with between the two, Peter Parker supposedly died in Octavius' body. During the battle, Peter showed Otto his experiences and memories as Spider-Man, causing Octavius to vow to become a superior Spider-Man. Octavius then assumed the identities of both Peter Parker and Spider-Man.
To make himself a better Spider-Man, Octavius designed a new suit similar to the original Spider-Man suit, but with some modifications, these being that blue on the original costume was now replaced with black, the design of the symbol on the back was changed, the web design on the mask (mainly around the nose) was changed, the design of the belt is spikier, the lenses on the mask were now made of glass and could show a Heads-Up Display, all of the fingers on the gloves have retractable claws on them, and the big toe on both boots is separated from the rest of the foot and both have retractable talons. He further modified it, lacing carbonadium in the mask to prevent a mind-switch, a built-in communications device to activate nano-spider-tracers, and creating "spider-arms" on the back; as a possible homage to his previous identity.
After Peter returned, he discarded this suit for his classic costume, and later, the Spider-Armor Mark IV. However, after being mentally demoralized and driven to kill by Itsy Bitsy he decided to upgrade the suit with energy weapons and even more spider-arms to use to kill Itsy Bitsy.Otto Octavius' duplicate would eventually recreate the second version of the suit and reclaim is alias as the Superior Spider-Man.
|Amazing Spider-Man #700|
|Spider-Armor MK IV: Created during Peter's control of Parker Industries, although he sacrificed this suit to fight Superior Octopus when Octavius used an EMP to disable his equipment.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 4) #1|
|All-New, All-Different Spider-Man's 2099 Suit: When Miguel O'Hara joined Parker Industries, Peter created a new Spider suit for him. This version glows red, and can change color. The suit material is Unstable Molecules bonded to kevlar to increase durability immensely. It has better-integrated "light byte" material to improve gliding, and thrusters integrated into the boots for launch. Distance offensive capabilities are provided by "spider-saucers" running down the sleeves and integrating into the gloves, and the suit also has on-board sensors for complete vicinity readings.||Spider-Man 2099 (Vol. 3) #1|
|Ultimate Spider-Man's Suit: Miles Morales created a new version of his spider-suit shortly after defeating the Sinister Six. He changed the design of its torso and added highlights to the soles of his shoes similar to that of his ally Spider-Gwen.||Miles Morales: Spider-Man #1|
|Canadian Spider-Man's Suit: In an alternate timeline, Ben Reilly utilized a red and black suit. It didn't have red on its sleeves, had extra darker lining emulating plaid, a pinkish white maple leaf around the logo, which was a small version of the sensational logo, and brown gloves and boots, with a spider logo on the bottom of the boots..||Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #6|
|Spider-Man Carnage Doppelgänger: Miles Morales was forcibly bonded with his own symbiote by Carnage. The suit was originally shown as a corrupted version of Miles' suit, with an elongated jaw and a red splash covering his eye and with a black spiral on in. It also had ripped red gloves and boots. During their fight with the Wild Pack, the suit took a red tone and the spiral became yellow. Once Miles gained control of the suit, the mask resembled Peter's redesigned symbiote mask, but with red streaks under the eyes. The spider logo was skinny, but the legs extended and wrapped around the shoulders and thighs. Those sections had the webbing pattern, the red stripes were repeated on the arms and legs. Only the gloves remained unchanged from his usual suit.||Absolute Carnage: Miles Morales #1|
|New Fantastic Four Suit: This suit was given to Spider-Man during the Empyre event. It's a modified Fantastic Four Uniforms, with a spider design except with no webbing, Fantastic Four arms and boots, and a spider logo instead of a "4" insignia.||Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #22|
|Threats and Menaces Suit: Designed this suit for Spider-Man in exchange for them broadcasting his exploits practically live. Its a grey/white and blue suit, with glowing yellow lines extending from the logo and on the Web-Shooters and eyes. The suit augmented its user's speed and strength, surveillance that sent the point of view to J. Jonah Jameson's computer. It has holographic capabilities that can be controlled remotely, the Web-Shooters had an added two ports of exit, and is made of Unstable Molecules.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #61|
|In Earth-4, Ezekiel Sims had his own Spider-Suit made so he could continue the legacy of Peter Parker. It was similar to the suit of Earth-312500, except it had no belt, buttons on the torso, skintight pants, and heeled shoes rather than boots.||Edge of Spider-Verse #5|
|In Earth-148, Peter Parker was killed and reanimated by Necrom. His suit exposed his mouth and arms while the torso design was continued around the torso and down the groin.||Excalibur #46|
|In Earth-772, Peter Parker enlarged the abdomen on his logo and placed a "5" on it after he joined the Fantastic Four.||What If? #1|
|In Earth-928, Miguel O'Hara, Spider-Man of the year 2099, donned a costume similar to the original Spider-Man's, but with a more skull-like spider and much more blue throughout. This costume was made of Unstable Molecule Fabric (similar to the costumes of the Fantastic Four) and also featured a cape made of a web-like material called Lyte Byte and a different skull-like mask. This outfit was originally worn during a Day of the Dead festival.||Amazing Spider-Man #365|
|In Earth-958, a civilian Peter Parker built a specialized exo-suit to battle the villainous Spider. It included spider based tentacles, goggles, and strength increasing arm enhancements.||What If? (Vol. 2) #76|
|In Earth-982, Peter Parker initially placed his suit in storage after what he assumed was his final battle with Norman Osborn; however, he occasionally had to use the suit to reenter the field. After Peter's death, his daughter, Mayday Parker, briefly used the suit when she became Spider-Woman, but she returned the suit to storage after she made peace with her father's passing.||What If? (Vol. 2) #105|
|Following Ben Reilly's demise, his suit was put into storage alongside his brother's equipment. After his sister-in-law, Mary Jane Watson-Parker, showed his niece his suit, she used it to become Spider-Girl and arrest the new Green Goblin. After a successful mission, Mayday and her family burned the costume.||What If? (Vol. 2) #105|
|After being given superpowers, Gerry Drew decided to become the new Spider-Man. His version of the suit was red and black, had an unlinked belt, a triangular torso with a large, detached spider logo.||Spider-Girl #32|
|In Earth-1048, after his original Spider-Man suit became damaged during a confrontation with Wilson Fisk, Peter headed to Octavius Industries to repair it. He was caught in the act by his boss, Otto Octavius. Pretending to misinterpret the situation as if Peter was merely Spider-Man's equipment designer and not Spider-Man himself, Otto took the liberty of improving over Peter's original design, leaving to him the blueprints for the Advanced Suit as a gift.||Marvel's Spider-Man|
|An upgraded version of the Advanced Suit that Peter Parker had originally worked on as side project during his time at Octavius Industries via materials that were used for their work on prosthetic limbs. When Otto Octavius went rogue and kidnapped Mayor Osborn and a hold of the Anti-Serum for the Devil's Breath, Peter quickly completed this suit to be able to fight on par with Doctor Octopus' Tentacles as it had also been made from the same fabric. The suit was partially damaged during the final fight with Doctor Octopus. Underneath the armor, Peter wore his Advanced Suit.||Marvel's Spider-Man|
|Originally intended to be a armor that could absorb damage of "hard hitting villains", this suit was modified to also enhance the user's speed, in order to defeat Haley Harvey.||Marvel's Spider-Man|
|Resilient Suit was among the suits Peter Parker created while employed at Octavius Industries.||Marvel's Spider-Man|
|In Earth-1051, Peter Parker's symbiote suit took on a form that resembled Agent Venom's symbiote suit except it utilized the color scheme of Peter's traditional red and blue suit.||Venom (Vol. 4) #27|
|In Earth-1123, Peter Parker wore his web-shooters on the outside of his suit. These versions had flat web-cartridges.||Paradise X Heralds #2|
|In Earth-1610, Peter Parker found that this new suit enhanced his strength, gave him the ability to mentally generate webbing, and made him immune to bullets. However, he quickly discovered that it also made him increasingly violent, and the suit even grew a set of teeth during an encounter with a thug. After getting electrocuted (which nearly killed Peter), the suit separated itself from him. Peter later destroyed the sample of the cure that Eddie was keeping. However, Eddie Brock had another sample and used it to become Venom.||Ultimate Spider-Man #34|
|The Spider-Man of the Avengers wore a suit similar to Peter Parker's traditional red and blue suit, but his suit utilized an orange and purple color scheme.||Ultimate Avengers #3|
|Miles Morales' first Spider-Man suit was actually a Halloween costume. This suit had a plain back and arms, lacks a belt, has loose fitting gloves and boots, and utilizes elbow and knee pads.||Ultimate Fallout #4|
|After officially becoming Spider-Man, S.H.I.E.L.D. gave Miles a new red and black costume because his makeshift costume was considered to be in "Bad Taste." After the death of his mother at the hands of Venom, Miles ripped up his costume yelling "No More!"  One year later, Spider-Woman gave him a new suit and a set of Web-Shooters.||Ultimate Comics Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #5|
|In Earth-2301, Peter Parker's suit had a regular t-shirt and sneakers, a tan backpack, tan and red gloves, and badges over the lower limbs. Only the mask had the webbing pattern.||Marvel Mangaverse: Spider-Man #1|
|In Earth-3145, Ben Parker's suit was created by his nephew, Peter. The top of the suit was and upside red spider, with the mask serving as the abdomen. On top of that was a regular black spider logo. The rest of the suit is naval blue.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #13|
|In Earth-4400, Peter Parker's suit lacked webbing pattern and replaced the spider with a Fantastic Five logo.||Exiles #43|
|In Earth-5113, Peter Parker's suit was mostly black, with exception of grey webbing pattern and red lenses and logo. It; however, lacked arms and glows.||Defenders (Vol. 3) #4|
|In Earth-5701, Peter Parker's suit lacked the red of his torso and his arms. He added black bars on the excess gloves and boots. Also, he forewent the Spider-Man mask an utilized a small sharp mask.||Cable & Deadpool #15|
|In Earth-7041, Peter Parker's suit had a blue "J" on the spider's abdomen and his lenses were see through, allowing people to see his iris and pupil. Outside of his reality, he appeared black-and-white.||Spider-Man J #1|
|In Earth-7122, Peter Parker's suit was similar to that of his Earth-2301 counterpart. His version; however, had a traditional red-and-blue suit with Spider-Clan accessories.||Spider-Man Family Featuring Spider-Clan #1|
|150px||In Earth-7831, Peter Parker's suit was similar to that of his Earth-751263 counterpart. His version; however, had a black mask rather than a primarily red mask.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #7|
|In Earth-8351, Peter Parker took Wolverine's offer to become a black-ops agent. To this end he created a new tactical costume. It was a red and black suit that forwent the webbing pattern and used black lenses. He used an utility belt and his web-shooters doubled as firearms.||What If? Spider-Man Vs. Wolverine #1|
|In Earth-8545, Peter Parker was infected with the Techno-Organic Virus. His suit changed to yellow and black, with a full webbing pattern, but in a Warlock style.||Exiles #20|
|In Earth-9105, Peter Parker's suit. It had a blue torso with a huge, red spider logo. Also, a webbed strip extended from his belt to his boots.||New Warriors #11|
|In Earth-9200, Peter Parker was killed when New York City was bombed. His tattered mask and one of his web-shooters were found by Rick Jones and put on display in his museum.||Hulk: Future Imperfect #2|
|In Earth-9500, Max Borne is the Spider-Man of the year 2211. His costume had a different color scheme and no webbing marks, but had the same patterns. His mask was a mechanical helmet and he had four red mechanical arms similar to Doctor Octopus' mechanical arms.||Spider-Man 2099 Meets Spider-Man #1|
|In Earth-9602, Pete Ross's suit was an amalgamation of the original spider-suit and Superboy's original suit. The torso design stopped at the logo, which was Super-Soldier's logo with a spider rather than an "S," utilized a custom leather jacket, the palms and backhand were black, and his right leg had a yellow golster for his Web-Pistol. This suit served as the precursor for his planned Spider-Man suit.||Marvel Versus DC #3|
|In Earth-9907, Peter Parker's suit was black and red. In differed in that it had no mask, he wore his Web-Shooters on the outside of his costume, the webbing pattern didn't extend past his shoulders, his belt was only at the hips, and his boots matched his pants.||Spider-Girl #57|
|In Earth-9939, Peter Parker wore a modified version of his cloth black suit. This version had a hole for a stream of his hair, had external Web-Shooters, an uncovered left arm, and brown utility belt with a yellow buckle, white boots, a logo that extended the spider's logo to his groin, and a white gun holster on his right leg.||Death's Head II #4|
|In Earth-9997, Peter Parker stole a cheap Spider-Man costume from a costume shop to help battle Skull. It had small yellow lenses, used an ill-fitting sweatshirt that read "Peter Parker Spider-Man" as its logo, and ill-fitting pants.||Earth X #11|
|In Earth-10170, Peter Parker's suit had a silver webbing pattern rather than the usual black.||Atlas #5|
|In Earth-10182, Peter Parker's suit was mostly black with red lenses, a large upside down spider on the torso, with circular symbols on his palms, elbows, caves, and soles of his feet.||Marvel Universe: Millennial Visions #1|
|In Earth-10511, Peter Parker wore a modified cloth black suit. He tied the bottom part of his mask behind his head, a bulletproof vest, a Web-Shooter on his right arm, and a brown utility belt along with a small one on his left wrist.||Wolverine Weapon X #13|
|In Earth-11162, Peter Parker wore a suit similar to the traditional red and blue suit except it didn't have arm sleeves, only the middle of the belt remained, and suit suit was black rather than blue.||Ultimate Spider-Man #200|
|In Earth-13017, Peter Parker retired from his role as Spider-Man while in his forties. Decades later, he created a larger version of the suit in an attempt to impress his great-grandson, Stephen.||Amazing Spider-Man #700|
|In Earth-13519, Peter Parker wore a suit similar to the traditional suit. It was black rather than blue, had a larger spider logo, and the sleeves were fully black.||Marvel Universe: Millennial Visions #1|
|In Earth-13584, Peter Parker's suit had yellow lenses, a red webbing pattern, a triangular torso design, no belt, and angled ends to its gloves and boots.||Dark Avengers #187|
|In Earth-15320, Peter Parker's suit was a modified Serval Industries uniform. The neck and shoulder blade areas were red, included gloves that matched the sleeves, and used a mask similar to that of his Earth-8351 counterpart.||All-New X-Factor #20|
|In Earth-15329, Maestro placed Peter Parker's tattered mask and one of his Web-Shooters in his trophy room.||Spider-Man 2099 (Vol. 2) #10|
|In Earth-16220, Peter Parker's original suit was similar to the traditional suit. It differed in the lack of red on the sleeves, had a darker color pattern, and had patting on the palms. Peter ended up throwing the suit away after it was badly damaged during his battle with the Sinister Six.||Spidey #1|
|Peter's second suit was more similar to the traditional suit. After Gwen Stacy commented that she thought the original could use more "pizzazz," he made the second suit brighter. He also added red to the sleeves, although later versions of this suit forewent this stylistic change.||Spidey #12|
|In Earth-18119, the logo on Peter Parker's cloth black suit didn't extend into the back. Instead, it had a white version of the red spider that was on his classic suit.||Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #2|
|In Earth-18139, Flash Thompson wore a red and black suit, with no webbing pattern, black gloves with red patches on its forehands, no belt, and red on its soles and on a sliver on the top of its shoes.||What If? Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #1|
|In Earth-18466, Peter Parker wore a red and black suit, with only the mask and part of the torso matching the traditional suit. There are red segments on the shoulder, parts on the chest, and on the palm. The webbing pattern was on the red on the back wrists and ankles. On each shoulder joints was the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo.||Marvel 2-In-One #5|
|In Earth-19529, Peter Parker stopped wearing his traditional red and blue suit sometime between 1966 and 1977. In 1984, he briefly returned to his traditional suit in an ill-guided attempt to prove he wasn't being corrupted by his black suit, but he quickly returned it to storage. In 2019, the suit was passed on to his protege, Miles Morales.||Spider-Man: Life Story #1|
|Circa 1977, Peter made a new suit while working at Future Foundation. He grafted metal armor on the forearms, shoulders, hips, and lower legs. Past the logo, the webbing pattern stopped, and the lenses were more protruded. He stopped wearing this suit sometime before the Secret Wars of 1984.||Spider-Man: Life Story #2|
|Ben Reilly wore a modified sensational suit. The logo and torso as a whole were smaller, with the spider legs not going into his shoulders and the torso not going past his ribs. He wore traditional gloves and boots rather than the sensational style, with his Web-Shooters being under his gloves.||Spider-Man: Life Story #5|
|In 2006, Peter took this suit out of Parker Industries storage. It was a mostly black suit with a partially red torso, spider styled shoulder pads, knee pads, and boots, and a outer utility belt and web-shooters. Said belt had a classic spider-mask design on the belt buckle. It had could manipulate Stark International technology.||Spider-Man: Life Story #5|
|Circa 2019, Peter created a specialized space suit. With exception of his right arm, only the left side had the spider design. The helmet projected a hologram of his mask, except with white webbing and clear lenses. His web-shooters were equipped with sonics capable of combating symbiotes.||Spider-Man: Life Story #6|
|Peter also created a space suit for Miles. The suit was outwardly less fortified than Peter's. It included a jacket with the red pattern not going past his ribs and going around his logo in a "v." The pattern was also and on his fingers. on the neck and logo portions, the webbing pattern was a darker shade of black. It had a similar helmet, but with a red and black color scheme. His gauntlets also had holographic capabilities.||Spider-Man: Life Story #6|
|In Earth-20051, Peter Parker's suit was transformed by Enchantress in the image of Thor. It was given a similar helmet, cape, and buttons. It was also given medieval shoulder pads, a chest plate protruding his logo, and an asgardian belt that hield a spider-themed cloth.||Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #40|
|In Earth-20143, Miles Morales wore a suit similar to that of his Earth-1610 counterpart. The suit had an inverted color scheme: a red bodysuit with a blue webbing pattern. The logo is shaped like a skull and had eyes on the abdomen; it also has a blue strip through the lenses. Miles wore a grey hoodie with blue lines over the suit.||Spider-Verse (Vol. 3) #2|
|In Earth-20368, Peter Parker wore a traditional red and blue suit with gold triangular bands below its shoulders and elbows and on the top of the boots. There as no webbing pattern past the elbow and the palms were grey.||Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #24|
|In Earth-21205, Peter Parker destroyed his traditional red and blue suit following the death of Gwen Stacy.||Spider-Verse Team-Up #2|
|In Earth-24133, Peter Parker's suit was similar to the traditional red and blue suit. This suit was red and black rather than blue and black and the logo was bigger with extended legs. After Parker retired, he passed the suit onto Flash Thompson.||Venom (Vol. 2) #13.3|
|In Earth-24135, Peter Parker's suit was similar to the traditional red and blue suit. The primary difference was in the gloves, with only the fingers being red while the rest of the glove were blue.||X-Treme X-Men (Vol. 2) #6|
|In Earth-32323, Peter Parker's second suit only kept the traditional red and blue style in the top portion, foregoing the logo and the webbing pattern. The bottom portion of the suit was from military uniform. It had red gloves that exposed a square on the forehand and the fingers. It also utilized Falcon's Wings.||Civil War (Vol. 2) #1|
|In Earth-32943, Peter Parker's suit had a much different toro. His logo was an amalgamation between of a large spider and a human skull. The top two legs of the spider extend into its shoulders. The webbing pattern stopped at the top of the spider. The suit also included a webcape.|||
|In Earth-37072, Peter Parker's traditional red and blue suit was changed by Kulan Gath. The logo was a blue circle outline, with only two blue legs, and no webbing pattern within the circle. Bands of webbing patterns wrapped around its arms, torso.||Exiles #55|
|In Earth-41609, Peter Parker wore a suit similar to the traditional red and blue suit. The suit didn't have a belt, and elongated spider logo, and the webbing came out of the forehand similar to the symbiote suit. Although the mechanism was still activated by the spider hand gesture.||Ultimate Spider-Man #200|
|In Earth-44145, Norman Osborn created his suit using Oscorp technology. The suit was black, with a helmet that exposed his jaw and had two red lenses with four other red dots around the lenses, a bottom mask that exposed his mouth while covering the user's lips, and a back red spider logo with legs that extended onto the torso.||Edge of Spider-Geddon #4|
|In Earth-50101, Pavitr Prabhakar's suit used a traditional red and blue top. The difference being the logo was in seperate pieces and didn't include gloves. As for the bottom, it had a red sash that held a web patterned cloth. It also had traditional Indian white pants and red shoes, but with a red web pattern.||Spider-Man: India #1|
|In Earth-51838, Peter Parker wore a suit similar to the traditional red and blue suit, but the lenses were smaller, all the legs on the logo went horizontal, and it as black rather than blue. He threw the suit in a trashcan after Green Goblin kidnapped Peter and his Aunt May.||Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #301|
|In Earth-58163, Peter Parker's suit was altered by Wanda Magnus, with only the mask being unchanged. The red webbing portion was a giant spider, with the head being on the torso, the bottom extending into the back, and the front two legs extending into the sleeves. The pattern was also on a block on his forehands and only the non connecting belt. he boots weren't flat, with them running distally.||Spider-Man: House of M #1|
|In Earth-61422, Peter Parker's mask had one singular lens as he was a cyclops.||Ultimate FF #6|
|In Earth-62412, Peter Parker retired and only held onto remnants of his old suits. When he was brought out of retirement, he used the traditional mask, black cloth torso, black gloves with the red webbing on the thumb, index finger, and pinky finger, black jeans, and traditional boots with black soles. He also wore his Utility Belt and Web-Shooters on the outside and he wore a white scarf.||What If? Age of Ultron #2|
|In Earth-70105, Bruce Banner wore a suit similar to the traditional red and blue suit. It had a purple and blue color scheme, with red lenses. The purple torso ended with a triangle, the boots lack webbing, and it includes a black utility belt with a red, circle belt buckle.||Bullet Points #4|
|In Earth-70134, Peter Parker rebonded with the symbiote suit. The mask has white engravings above and around the eyes and included a nose and mouth. The logo was a large spider with skinny legs and and three black circles on each portions.||What If? Spider-Man The Other #1|
|In Earth-70701, Peter Parker wore a suit similar to the traditional red and blue suit, but with a grey and black color scheme. It also had a white webbing pattern.||Spider-Man: Fairy Tales #1|
|In Earth-71166, Peter Parker wore a pink and purple suit. It had a purple collar, a pink utility belt, and two pink stripes on its bottom legs. It forewent the mask, gloves, and webbing pattern. And the boots matched the legs.||Fantastic Four: The End #2|
|In Earth-70701, Peter Parker's suit was an amalgamation of the original spider-suit and the Punisher's Suit, complete with a skull in place of the spider logo on the front. The reason behind this design choice was that the Radioactive Spider in this reality was a Steatoda nobilis aka Noble false widow. These spiders' cephalothorax look like a human skull.||What If? The Punisher #1|
|In Earth-71953, Peter Parker wore a modified red and blue traditional suit. The torso a giant spider logo, with three legs on each side. The boots had a blue triangle on the top and a blue non connecting band near the top.||Ultimate Spider-Man #200|
|In Earth-80219, Peter Parker wore a traditional red and blue suit with a red cape decorated with the black webbing pattern.||What If? #19|
|In Earth-90214, Peter Parker modeled his suit after his uncle's World War I airman uniform. He added a black vest, aviator goggles, and a gun holster on the right leg. Peter occasionally also used a hat and a leather trench coat. After returning from multiveral adventures, Peter changed the mask to include a grey webbing pattern, and he added a belt buckle with a spider logo on it.||Spider-Man Noir #1|
|In Earth-90266, Peter Parker wore a modified Fantastic Four Uniforms. It was plain dark blue, with white gloves, boots, belt, and mask. The only coloring on the mask was the black on the lenses.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #15|
|In Earth-91142, Peter Parker wore a mostly red bodysuit. The mask had holes for the eyes, ears, and nose to jaw area. The logo was a black circle with jagged horizontal lines. It also included blue trunks and white gloves, boots, and Utility Belt.||Web Warriors #9|
|In Earth-91240, Peter Parker wore a traditional suit, but with a greenish-grey and black color scheme. The torso gets slimmer and it goes down the suit and lacks a belt. The logo is upside down, with the legs extending vertically and into the black of the suit.||Secret Wars: Battleworld #1|
|In Earth-91918, Peter Parker wore a segmented suit. Dark red to the top half of the torso, light blue to the boots, and dark blue for the boots with red soles. It utilized orange lenses and palms. The webbing is only on the middle of the torso and fully on the back.||Spider-Geddon #3|
|In Earth-94823, Peter Parker wore a modified traditional suit. It utilized a cyan and lighter shade of red color scheme and Cyclops' Visor.||Spider-Man Magazine #4|
|In Earth-96099, the rights of Peter Parker's suit were owned by Alchemax. After learning this, Miguel O'Hara had to create a suit of his own making.||Timestorm 2009/2099 #1|
|In Earth-96211, Peter Parker wore a mostly purple suit. The lenses were black goggle pieces. It had an orange vest with a large spider logo and accompanying orange gloves and cloth on the biceps and knees. The suit also had an external brown Utility Belt.||Marvel Vision #2|
|In Earth-96282, Peter Parker reduced the mask, making it only the lenses and a strip of the mask protruding downwards to hold the lenses up.||What If? (Vol. 2) #82|
|In Earth-200783, Peter Parker wore a traditional red and blue suit with web-wings. The logo was replaced with that of the Fantastic Four logo. Eight short rectangular legs protruded from the circle, with two horizontally from the "4."||Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #25|
|In Earth-312500, Peter Parker wore a red and black leather jacket and red mask, with a traditional design, minus the webbing pattern. Peter usually wore black jeans and shoes to complete the ensemble.||Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #58|
|In Earth-808122, Peter Parker wore a modified Fantastic Four uniform. Round black from the shoulders to the chest; black gloves, boots, and belt, and mask.||Hero Initiative: Mike Wieringo #1|
|In Earth-TRN157, the Peter Parker of Earth-616 took a Spider-Man costume from a mannequin in a museum.||Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #2|
- According to the book Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide by Tom DeFalco, Peter had heard that his school's dance team were throwing out old bodysuits, sneaked into school after dark, found one that fit him, obtained a pair of two-way mirrors from the Drama Department's prop closet (for his mask lenses) and spent an hour silkscreening the web pattern onto the bodysuit in the art room. With this, he created his first Spider-Man costume.
- Peter Parker does not wear any underwear beneath his Spider-Suit.
- His Earth-199999 counterpart does. 
- Peter Parker finds Miles Morales' black and red costume cooler than his own.
- Doctor Octopus' favorite of Peter Parker's suits was his black cloth suit, as he found it slimming.
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