The Marvel Spider-Man Sweat-Shirt

As a result of his radioactive spider bite, high school student Peter Parker developed amazing powers and abilities. He soon discovered that with great power comes great responsibility.

After the Clone Saga, Peter created a black cloth suit with red webbing on his arms, a holographic Spider-Man logo, and no connective belt. He also wore this suit while battling symbiotes on Battleworld.
Color: Black

With great power naps comes the need for super-soft sleepwear, and your little one will be all set to get some shut-eye in this Spider-Man Cozy Family Matching Sleepwear Collection. This coordinating assortment includes a super-soft button-down shirt and matching pants with a Spider-Man applique and allover plaid pattern in Spidey’s signature colors. The pajamas also feature a pocket on the left leg and a side zipper for easy on and off.

In addition to the traditional red and blue suit, Peter Parker has worn a black cloth suit several times. The first time was given to him by the Black Cat in Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #99. The suit forewent the mask, gloves and webbing pattern, but retained the red and white belt, the tuxedo-style sleeves and a webcape.

The second time was when he donned the Oscorp Suit, which he later destroyed after he unwittingly bonded with the Venom symbiote (see Amazing Spider-Man #263). It was modified from the previous suit by including yellow spider logos and eyes, beads along the arms, a belt and holster with a flip-up straw, and a black cape.

The third time was when he wore the Future Foundation Suit, which was created by Horizon Labs to help him adapt to life without his spider-sense after losing it (see Ultimate Spider-Man #32). The suit is made from unstable molecules that can repair themselves and change appearance, and features a black body, a red mask, red thighs and boots and a gold buckle on the utility belt.

He has also fought in the Black Panther suit and, more recently, the X-Men’s Dark Reign Symbiote Armor suit, which is similar to his Omniverse Spider-Man armor but has more yellow accents and a blue cape. Most recently, he fought against the Inhumans’ Mindless Man and used his Spider-Man Senses to disable it by using the Inhumans’ own minds.

Product Description:
The Marvel Spider-man Sweat-shirt is a great choice for any kid who loves Spider-Man. It’s comfortable and stylish, and it will help him stand out from the crowd. It’s made from high-quality materials and has a cool design that will make him look like a superhero. It’s also machine washable, which makes it easy to clean and maintain. Plus, it’s breathable and lightweight, so it’s perfect for kids who play sports or other active hobbies. It also comes in a variety of sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for your child.

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