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Get Ready for a Venomous Takeover: Spider-Man Fan’s Scorpion Cosplay is Here to Strike!

One Spider-Man fan has created a stunning costume for Scorpion that has a lot of resemblance to Green Goblin’s military technology in the Sam Raimi films.

Cosplayers dressed in armored costumes make the Spider-Man villain to life. They appear prepared to fight Tom Holland, his friendly web-slinger from the neighborhood in a brand new social media-related video.

Coy Jandreau posted the video on Twitter. The video showed the unknown Scorpion cosplayer doing various poses of attack and poses for the camera. The costume, which is armored, of the fan evokes the Green Goblin’s military-grade technology from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. Jandreau posted a photo of the cosplayer in Jandreau’s costume against another character from Mortal Kombat‘s Scorpion. Jandreau posted a caption that reads “THIS was my next scene.” “Glorious!” He was also interested in knowing who could be his co-star. The name of the fan was not known as of the time this article was published.

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Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Steve Ditko and Stan Lee created Scorpion. The character first appeared in comics in the form of Mac Gargan in The Amazing Spider-Man #19. Gargan is a private detective who is hired to discover the method by which Spider-Man gets his pictures by J. Jonah Jameson. Jameson employs Gargan as an experiment subject for Dr. Farley Stillwell. This provides Gargan with the traits of a scorpion as well as his signature costume, complete with an electronic tail. The garage is enthralled by the predatory instincts and egos of his evil alter-ego. Gargan is an ever-present danger to Jameson.

The Scorpion Screen History

The Scorpion has appeared in a variety of animated films, like the 1967 film Spider-Man and 1981’s Spider-Man with His Amazing Friends, 1994’s Spider-Man, and 2008’s Spectacular Spider-Man. The most recent, in 2018, was Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse. The character’s potential was debated by fans. debut live-action movie in anticipation of Drew Goddard’s unsuccessful Sinister Six movie. However, Goddard has not officially announced his team’s roster. Michael Mando played the role of the character in Spider-Man Homecoming. While he didn’t appear in the iconic Scorpion costume for a brief moment in the film’s closing credits, the scene revealed that he would appear in costume later on alongside Michael Keaton and Vulture.

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But 2021’s Spider-Man The Last of Us: No Way Home and a post-credits scene in 2022 Morbius have put doubt on the future of Scorpion. The two films resulted in Keaton’s Toomes traveling to the Sony Spider-Man Universe where he attempts to create an alliance of villains alongside Jared Leto’s Michael Morbius, instead of Mando’s Gargan. The inclusion of Kingpin within the Marvel Cinematic Universe could increase the likelihood of seeing a return for the Scorpion because of their previous collaborations in animation or comics.

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige revealed in February that the plot of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man 4 is now settled and the writers are “putting pen to paper.” The villains who will be featured in Spidey’s next big-screen adventure remain unconfirmed.

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