ByJake Damon, writer at Creators.co
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Everyone can't wait to see Web-Head finally swing his way onto screens again, this time with less Uncle Ben and more MCU. So what to do in the meantime? How about look at Spidey's top 10 most bad-ass incarnations?

Now, to warn you, this is NOT a list of the "best" Spider-Men, or rather, a list that you might predict the Classic or Ultimate Spider-Man would be at the top, like every other Spider-Man list on the web (although they ARE pretty awesome). The ones on THIS list go in order of pure wow-factor; ones that the mere sight of would send any bank robber home to their mommies. Let's begin!

10: Pestilence (Age of Apocalypse)

At first glance, this just looks like a freakish wimpy stand-in for Peter Parker. But Deadpool found this alternate version of Spider-Man in the role of one of the Horseman of the Apocalypse, and as you can see, all those extra arms give him a certain amount of "nope-factor".

9: Spider-Man (Armored)

In this reality, Peter Parker is arrogant and hot-headed, possibly due to the fact that J. Jonah Jameson is his godfather. He's just another one of the many Spider-Men called by Madam Web to defeat Spider-Carnage, but this one is packing a built-in laser and separate Spider-Bot. I think we can all agree thats pretty dope.

8: Miles Morales (Ultimate Spider-Man)


After Peter Parker's death, Miles Morales took up the mantle of Spider-Man after being bitten by a spider carrying the OZ formula. The black and red suit is sleek and menacing to any criminals lucky enough to catch a glance before being webbed to a nearby street light.

7: Spider-Armor MK III


This amazing suit was developed by Peter Parker and Horizon Labs incase he needed to go up against the Sinister Six all at once. Here are it's unique features:

Hearing Acuity Device: The audio in the helmet is keyed to hone in on Chameleon's specific heartbeat in order to easily detect him in disguise. Peter claims that this feature is based on Daredevil's special hearing abilities.

Comm-Link: A special comm-link built in to the helmet that allows Spider-Man to communicate with his fellow Avengers as well as others.

Octo-Bot Helmet: Used by Doctor Octopus when he attempted to control the city of New York and to manage his automatized Octo-Bots. Spider-Man previously used this helmet during the Spider-Island infestation. He later tries to use it to stop Octavius but fails.

Holographic Visor: Designed to see through Mysterio`s holograms and illusions.

"Pink Hippo" App: After spraying Sandman with a radioactive solution, Spider-Man turns his lenses on, revealing a special sand grain in Marko's body which acts as a "queen bee", telling the other grains what to do. After connecting it to his suit, he uses a smartphone to send it special orders, changing Marko's form against his will.

Electro-Proof: The suit is capable of repelling Electro and also changing him from his electrical state back to his human state.

Built-in Web-Shooters: The web-shooters are heavily modified gauntlets, which Spider-Man uses to fire larger amounts of webbing than his normal ones.

Flight: This suit also comes with jet boosters that allow Spider-Man to fly.

Enhanced Durability: Spider-Man claims to have built this suit to be durable enough to withstand the Rhino's brute force, it has also been shown to withstand a serious blow from even Thor. Though the suit has been slightly damaged by both opponents.

Utility Belt: This suit also comes with a utility belt that contains cartridges of different types of webbing, spider-tracers, and ice-spiders.

6: Stealth Suit Spider-Man


This suit was used against Hob Goblin's sonic screams, and bends light and sound around itself, making it invisible. Very cool.

5: Spider-Man Noir


In the alternate 1930's, Peter Parker is bitten by spiders found in an ancient spider statue and dreams of a mystical spider god. He is endowed with supernatural abilities and dons his Uncle Ben's WWI airman suit to become Spider-Man. I wouldn't want to be caught red-handed with this guy staring at you from the shadows.

4: Symbiote Spider-Man


When a bit of alien symbiotic takes over Peter's suit, it makes him more powerful, but at a cost. Black is obviously the new red and blue.

3: Cyborg Spider-Man


Wait, there's a cyborg Spidey? After getting injured pretty badly, Peter receives some kick-ass mechanical upgrades including an awesome robot arm. Don't cross him.

2: Iron Spider


After Peter Parker was resurrected from a battle to the death against Morlun, his friend and teammate Tony Stark built him a new suit, using Stark Tech, and obviously influenced by the colors of Stark's Iron Man Armor.

1: Spider-Man 2099

Miguel O'Hara was working on a serum and accidentally changed half of his own genetic code into that of a spiders. And he made this amazing suit to go with it! It screams bad-ass, from the red skull spider symbol to the soul-peering eyes and elbow spikes. So awesome.

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