Spiderman costume?

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  1. Sam Davatchi

    Sam Davatchi Producer

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    Anyone knows if the Spiderman costume is available anywhere to purchase? A complete costume from head to toe. Nothing too expensive or of collector type! Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

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    That depends on whether you want a GOOD costume or not

    Full head to toe will run over $100 US even for a crappy one
     
  3. Sam Davatchi

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    Where can I see a picture? Any online store?
     
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    Try searching Google.com to find a store that sells them.
     
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    Where are Underoos when you need 'em?!?!
     
  7. Sam Davatchi

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    Depends if you wanna be comic book Spider-Man (The cheaper one)or Hollywood Spider-Man (deluxe) (though I think the blue is too dark even for hollywood Spidey).
    JQ
     
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    I've got the cheaper one in my closet. I wore it last year for Halloween. It's a fairly good costume.

    Three things I didn't like about it:

    1) I kept having to take the mask off to eat.

    2) I had to walk around with red socks on the whole night because I didn't have any red shoes to go with it.

    3) The costume is a little form fitting. Trust me when I say you'd better wear some type of cup or everyone will know which side you dress on. :b
     
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    Somewhere there are TWO actual SPIDERMAN 2002 movie costumes. Two of these were stolen from the set during the filming...but I doubt the owner is willing to part with these originals. But then again, theives are usually stupid...they will probably end up on EBay!
     
  12. Jeff Kleist

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    Those suits were recovered

    And no, Spidey doesn't take his mask off to eat. He just pulls it up to his nose.
     
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    i was at siggraph2002 in san antonio. there was a presentation about how they did the visual effects. they also talked about how they did cg version of spiderman.

    the one person who modeled cg spidey said that he had one of the costume in his office, for "educational purposes".

    oh btw, i just saw a spiderman costume at the local jewel store.
     

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