, 2022-08-04 13:22:00,
Spider-Man’s Hellfire Gala costume gets the spotlight in stunning new Marvel Comics variant cover art from artist David Nakayama.
Warning! Spoilers from the X-Men’s Hellfire Gala by Marvel Comics below
In a brand new cover showcasing Spider-Man’s 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-styled cover, which features Spider-Man’s costume from the event. The ensemble is quite different from anything the web-slinger has previously worn.
The 2022 X-Men Hellfire Gala event has come to a close, as the celebration of mutants featured many Marvel Comic heroes, villains, and real-life celebrities coming to Krakoa to partake in the activities. As part of the high-fashion affair, several heroes and villains sported brand new costumes as part of the event. Captain America debuted a suave custom suit with his shield, Doctor Doom wore an extravagant puffy overcoat, and Spider-Man ended up going in a completely different direction from his usual look with a glowing new outfit.
On his Twitter account, artist David Nakayama shared his upcoming cover for A.X.E.: Judgment Day #4 from Unknown Comics, which features the web-slinger in his Russell Dauterman and Matt Wilson-designed costume seen at the X-Men’s Hellfire Gala. The magazine-style cover features headlines including “Along came a… spider,” “spinning a fine tale,” and “friendly neighborhood… X-Man?” while the issue 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 glow as his mask seems closer to Spider-Man 2099 than the original web-slingers most iconic costume.
The Vogue-like covers starring the newest 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 mock-ups for Captain America, Scarlet Witch, and Emma Frost. Each variant really makes the high-fashion costumes and looks pop, as it feels appropriate to see them spotlighted in the X-Men’s high-fashion magazine. In this case, Spider-Man works well as a featured model.
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