Hello everyone out there as always it’s good to see you , once again im back with another blog post. By the way incase you didn’t know I AM JMADDD STYLES and this is Into the Spiderverse with style. By now you should have figured out that I’m as much a comic head as I am a fashion head or into fashion. Often enough the two of them (fashion) and (comic’s ) come together for a common theme or a mashup infusing them together for a different way to see fashion and comicbooks. This weekend we see Spider-Man return to the theaters but with a slightly different twist , it’s a cartoon movie , that interestingly enough introduces you to a variety of Spider-Man based characters that exist in alternate realities. Now if your not a comic head then that makes absolutely no sense to you , but ride with me on this journey anyway, so you can see how im going to spin it into a fashion blog and not just comicbook talk. First and foremost the film is well done and very innovative in the way that it expounds on the vast universe or multiverse of Spider-men and woman. For all my True Believers out there , the film is rich with easter eggs and comic references from comic books and previous movies some obvious and some not so obvious , all in all an excellent movie. The film introduces you to aside from Spider-Man five more Spider characters. But there are three that really caught my eye and attention, I already knew about them but on screen I gained a new appreciation for them, now im going to put on my fashion hat. That’s because seeing them and their story inspired me from a fashion standpoint. First up is the main character of the film
often known as the new Spider-Man , whom also happens to be black and his whole style and way of growing up is almost the polar opposite of Peter Parker , other than the fact that they are both intelligent. He is Miles Morales. He takes the Spider suit to another level and adds his own style to it , making it come off as not just a set of tights but a very cool streetwear look.
Down to the Air jordan one’s , capturing a kid with Brooklyn style and attitude behind the mask. Next up we are introduced to Spider-Man Noir
this incarnation of the Spider-Man character is from another time period , he is known as Spider-Man Noir , his style and look is a bit or a lot different from the rest of the Spider-Men , his look is pretty much down right stylish and fashionable from the leather coat to the vest down to the pants. Inspiring a look that is timeless yet current.
Then there is the first of the Spider-Women to be introduced in this film , in an alternate universe she is Spider Gwen in the normal comic universe she was Gwen Stacey , another girlfriend of Peter Parker.
Much like Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen inspires a streetwear inspired look that is both street and fly at the same time.
Last there is the original himself, the one that started it all , Peter Parker, The Amazing Spider-Man. What is most fashionably inspiring about him is the color scheme of his suit, it can be translated in so many different ways, but here is what I see when I look at the original Spider-Man.
The look is more so an upscale streetwear brand savy look , that at the same time shows a fashionable sense of humor when you look at the hat that finishes off the look. There it is , we have just reached the end of yet another blog post , I told you I was going to flip this into a fashion read , you just had to watch carefully to see how.
I AM JMADDD STYLES and this has been Into the Spider-verse with style , that’s it for now , so until the next time IM GONE…!!!