Got a fun one for Spidey Historians

ToaOfStone

New Member
Hey, Webheads!

A while ago I was watching old Spider-Man media such as the '77 live action series and Toeis Spider-man for the hell of it, and I couldn't stop thinking about the suit being functionally the same between the two.

A few days ago, one of my favorite youtube channels GodzillaMendoza made a history of spider-suits video and confirmed it.

So my question to you all is: Does anyone know where one could find a pattern for this style of suit? I've seen patterns styled after these both, but they use the Raimi pelting and I thought it would be more interesting to have one sewn like the original. Any help or info is greatly appreciated.



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ToaOfStone

New Member
I have gone to the magical land of Google to search for the Eaves-Brooks Spider-Man and there's a surprising number of pre-made replicas out in the world. I could get one of those but it would feel more special to print and sew one myself.

I have the fuzziest memory of seeing this pattern available on sellfy, but I have yet rediscover its whereabouts.
 

George

Master Member
Rooting for you ! (God, the 'CGI' back then was terrible - how spoiled we are today)
 
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