"Spider-Man: No Way Home": Here's The Official Concept Art Of The New Spider-Man Costume

It has been months since the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home and the film's home video release is also arriving too. Anyone who has seen this movie knows it well, at the end of the film, Peter Parker, ready for a new life, showed up in a brand new costume.

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Although he did not look well in the scene where he is introduced, fans were still extremely happy because it was strongly inspired by the costume that the superhero put on in the original comics.
Immediately, everyone clamored for images of the new suit and now, finally, Ryan Meinerding, concept artist of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has released the official artwork:

As you can guess from the caption of the post above, on the occasion of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland did not wear a physical version of the costume. The suit, in fact, was made in CGI. However, it is easy to imagine that in the next films this new Spider-Suit will be made as a stage costume.
Over the last few months, there have been talks relating to this costume and how, in some way, it was the union of everything seen in the cinema about the character. This was then confirmed by the script excerpts that arrived online, in which it is explained how Peter wore a new blue and red suit that was heavily inspired by the two Spider-Men he had to deal with to fight the villains coming from the Multiverse.
Surely, therefore, this suit is another way Marvel Studios uses to pay homage to the characters of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
Now that the artwork is public, everyone can analyze and enjoy the image while waiting for the next Spider-Man movie, which will kick off a new trilogy.
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