Captain America: Civil War gave us the MCU debut of one of the most iconic superheroes of all time, Spider-Man. It also provided one of the more comic accurate costumes we’ve seen in live-action. The first two sets of Spidey films had their own interpretation of how the wall-crawler’s costume would look and it seems Marvel also had a very different idea at one point.
Marvel artist Ryan Meinerding has once again provided the public with a piece of concept art for one of the films he worked on. Recently, he released a look at Hulk that showed the hero sporting a beard. We now have a look at an early costume design for Spider-Man in Civil War. You can check it out below:
Meinerding posted the image on Instagram where he also said that the design is inspired by the Ben Reilly Spider-Man:
“So because I can’t show any new artwork right now and apparently because everyone is digging the unused Valkyrie and unused Hulk hair styles, here is a unused Spider-Man design. This was done for Civil War, which seems forever ago now. This design pass is inspired by the Ben Reilly costume which was originally designed by the awesome @officialmarkbagleyart for the comics! It’s fun trying out different size spiders and playing with the web designs when I’m designing Spidey suits for the MCU.”
Would you have liked to see this design in Civil War? Let us know in the comments below! –Jackson Hayes