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  1. The End Suit
  2. Ultimate Fallout Suit
  3. Captain Universe Suit
  4. Symbiote Suit
  5. Absolute Carnage Symbiote Suit
  6. Shadow-Spider Suit
  7. Spider-Cat Bodega Suit
  8. Miles Morales 2020 Suit
  9. Iron Spider Suit
  10. Classic Suit

10 Badass Miles Morales Suits We Desperately Want To See In Beyond The Spider-Verse

Being one of Marvel’s most renowned and beloved superheroes ever, Spider-Man is also famous for his aesthetic looks, with a huge collection of various suits can costumes to use in comics, Movies, and even video games. From the iconic red and blue original attire that we all know to the nanotech-made Iron Spider created by Tony Stark, there is no costume that doesn’t look good on our Web-Slinger.

Of course, Peter Parker is not the only Spider-Man who benefits from the wide costume options, as his most well-known variant, Miles Morales, also has his own aesthetically pleasing wardrobe. In the critically acclaimed Spider-Verse franchise by Sony, we have seen the incredible upgrades that Miles has put into his outfits, each better than the last, so fans are on their feet to see which new costume our protagonist will don in the next title, Beyond the Spider-Verse in 2024. Miles even has some even more impressive suit choices in both comics and games, so let’s take a look at some of his best costumes and hope that they will appear in the animated threequel.

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#1. The End Suit

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Inspired by Marvel’s famous titular one-shot comic about Miles Morales, which, as the name suggests, sees our hero in his older days in a post-apocalyptic New York ravaged by a mysterious type of creature called Germs. This version of Miles has revealed his secret identity to the public for a while, and runs for the position of Mayor of Brooklyn.  

At the end of the comic, old Miles gives his life to protect the city from Captain Last, an evil version of Captain America, by releasing a lethal final Venom Blast. A tragic story indeed, but at least The End Miles still has this awesome suit for us to remember him by.

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#2. Ultimate Fallout Suit

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In the Ultimate Fallout storyline, Peter Parker was killed after fighting Green Goblin, so Miles has to step up as the new friendly neighborhood of New York. Unable to make his own suit back then, Miles acquires this Halloween costume to fight the Kangaroo, but of course, it doesn’t end well for him. The suit feels like a lesser version of the original Spider-Man suit, with the visible knee pads and the loose gloves and boots that barely fit Miles's body, but he doesn’t have much of a choice here.

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#3. Captain Universe Suit

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In the Spider-Verse comic event, Miles fights in the Spider-Army with other variants against the powerful Inheritors. At one moment, he is chosen by the Enigma Force as the new Captain Universe, and he steps up to the title and uses his newfound power/costume to beat the leader Solus. Miles’ Captain Universe form allows him to shoot cosmic beams from his body and sense objects on a subatomic level.

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#4. Symbiote Suit

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Miles also has his own version of Venom outfit in the Dark Ages comic, with the same symbiotic abilities and a cool hoodie to boot. With The Spot remaining the main villain in Beyond the Spider-Verse, the chance for this suit to make its appearance is quite low, but the aesthetically pleasing outlook is something fans want to see on the big screen.

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#5. Absolute Carnage Symbiote Suit

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Similar to the Venom costume, Miles Morales also bonds with Carnage (though forcibly) for a brief while. This version of Carnage, enhanced by the villain Knull, creates multiple symbiotes to bond with different hosts, heroes included, to build his own army. When the symbiote first infected Miles, he lost his mind and gained four extra arms and the iconic Carnage’s face, but eventually learns how to control it later and uses it to fight back the powerful antagonist.

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#6. Shadow-Spider Suit

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In the Champions storyline, Miles and his allies get transported into the Weirdworld, where everyone turns into a medieval version of themselves, with Amadeus Cho turning into a blacksmith and Riri Williams as a mace-wielding knight. For Miles’ part, he is turned into a rogue assassin who wields and throws knives as his primary weapon, while donning a magical cloak that can teleport the user at will and turn them invisible.

While the Shadow-Spider Suit looks cool and is very functional, its background doesn’t bode well with the Spider-Verse storyline, so it's unlikely that we’ll see this costume in the threequel.

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#7. Spider-Cat Bodega Suit

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Unlike the above, the Bodega Suit is an outfit exclusively made for Miles in the 2020 Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales video game. In this costume, Miles wears a red hoodie outside of his classic suit, while wearing a backpack with a feline named Spider-Man inside it! The cat isn’t there to fool around, either, as it also participates in combat with Miles as a rare finisher move. 

We all know Spider-Cat appears in Across the Spider-Verse, so it’d be funny to see the two fighting alongside each other like this against the Spot in the third movie.

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#8. Miles Morales 2020 Suit

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Though it’s named the 2020 Suit, this costume’s design looks much more futuristic with the electronic torso panel and the Daft Punk mask. Originates as a cover for the comic Miles Morales: Spider-Man #13 in 2019 following the success of Into the Spider-Verse, the outfit quickly earns positive reactions from fans and is later put into the Miles Morales video game as well.

To see a futuristic version of Miles’ costume to fight against Miguel O’Hara, aka Spider-Man 2099, is the ultimate scenario we want to see in Beyond the Spider-Verse.

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#9. Iron Spider Suit

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After a long time of waiting, finally Miles acquired his own Iron Spider suit just like Peter. In the recent Carnage Reigns events, after Miles was fatally wounded by the Extreme Carnage, Tony Stark uses his nanite clusters to save him from his impending death, and fuses the clusters with Miles to give him the new Iron Spider outfit. 

Unlike Peter’s, Miles’ Iron Spider has a red-gold-black color scheme, which is quite similar to his original outfit. Thanks to the new suit. Miles is able to heal and defeat Extreme Carnage, however, he doesn’t get to keep the nanites as Iron Man takes them back later. Seeing the new Iron Spider in Beyond the Spider-Verse would be the ultimate upgrade to Miles, though, as he must battle not only the Spot, but also Miguel O’Hara and the entire Spider-Society as well.

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#10. Classic Suit

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After all, this is Miles Morales’ official suit in the comics, and the Spider-Verse suits are merely its variation. Containing the original red-and-black color scheme with a more simplistic design, it would be nice to see Miles Morales return to his original roots at the end of the threequel, as his current attire is ruined and confiscated by his Earth-42 self. In the comics, this suit was given to him by Nick Fury, and has become Miles’ most iconic outfit ever since.

Which costume above do you want to see in Beyond the Spider-Verse? What lies in store for us in the threequel? Tell us how you feel in the comment section.

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