Spider-Man’s Bold New Suit Is Featured In The Art Of Hellfire Gala
Spider-Man’s Hellfire Gala costume is featured in artist David Nakayama’s stunning new Marvel Comics variant cover.
Warning! Marvel Comics’ X-Men’s Hellfire gala spoilers below
In a brand new cover featuring by Spider Man recent costume worn at the X-Men’s Hellfire Gala costume, the fan-favorite hero gets the magazine treatment. On his Twitter account, artist David Nakayama shared his new Hellfire Magazine-style cover, which features the Spider-Man costume from the event. The set is quite unlike anything the web-slinger has worn before.
The X-Men 2022 Hellfire Gala The event has come to an end, as the Mutant Celebration has had many Marvel Comic heroes, villains, and celebrities coming to Krakoa to participate in the activities. As part of the high fashion affair, several heroes and villains sported new costumes as part of the event. Captain America threw on a suave custom costume complete with his shield, Doctor Doom wore an outlandish puffy overcoat, and Spider-Man ended up going in a completely different direction from his usual look with a flashy new outfit.
On his Twitter account, artist David Nakayama shared his next cover for AXIS: Judgment Day #4 from Unknown Comics, which features the web-slinger in his Russell Dauterman and Matt Wilson-designed costume seen in the X-Men Hellfire Gala. The magazine-style cover features titles such as “Along came a…spider”, “racing a nice tale” and “friendly neighbor…X-Man?” while the number welcomes the “web-head” to Krakoa. Spider-Man strikes a pose in his new costume, as his look features a giant neon red spider that extends from his back to his arms and legs. Spider-Man’s eyes gleam as his mask looks closer to Spider-Man 2099 than the original web-slingers’ most iconic costume.
Vogue style covers featuring the new looks worn at the Hellfire Gala from Nakayama continue to be eye-catching variants. The talented artist has already tackled a handful of Hellfire magazine covers, including mockups for Captain America, Scarlet Witch, and Emma Frost. Each variation really makes the costumes and high fashion looks pop, as it seems fitting to see them spotlighted in the X-Men’s high fashion magazine. In this case, Spider-Man works well as the featured model.
Though readers probably won’t see Spider-Man’s suit again now that 2022’s X-Men Hellfire Gala has come and gone, David Nakayama’s magazine-style cover is a great way to showcase the look. The high-fashion suit for Spider-Man is one of his most daring ensembles, so having him immortalized on the cover of the variant will remind fans of the surprising change in the hero’s appearance. The exclusive Unknown Comics variant for AXE: Judgment Day featuring Spider Man is available for pre-order now and will be released in September.
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Source: David Nakayama – Twitter
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