In Into the Spiderverse, Peter B. Parker is the down-on-his-luck, washed-up version of Spider-Man who enters Miles Morales’ version of Earth via the multiverse. Luckily for fans, he’s also the version of Spider-Man with the most “traditional” superhero outfit, with a twist.
In this costume guide, we will help you put together the perfect costume to really nail down Peter B. Parker’s slacker superhero look.
How to Dress Like Peter B. Parker from Into the Spiderverse
To dress like Peter B. Parker, consider wearing a dark green jean jacket instead of the usual Spider-Man bodysuit. A pair of jeans underneath will help ease the friction between your legs when you have to crawl around on all fours. Wear one brown boot, maybe with an ankle brace if you need it for the day.
Peter B. Parker wears the traditional red and blue spandex bodysuit that almost everyone is familiar with, only he doesn’t really wear the mask when he’s out and about.
Green Army Jacket
Peter B. Parker wears a green army jacket with visible patches on the shoulders, suggesting that it is either part of his old uniform or something he found in an army surplus store.
Peter B. Parker always seems to be wearing jeans when he is running around in public, regardless of whether they are dirty or not. He probably does this to make sure he can move around comfortably without being hindered by his suit.
Shoes & Accessories
Peter B. Parker wears only one boot. The color of the boot is brown – you don’t have to wear a brown boot, but several different styles would work well with this.
About Peter B. Parker in ‘Into the Spiderverse’
Peter B. Parker is the grumpy old man version of Spider-Man introduced in Into the Spiderverse. For several years, he has been fighting crime when Miles Morales gets bitten by a genetically engineered spider and becomes the newest Spider-Man. He is the “original” (i.e., proto) Spider-Man.
Peter B. Parker wears the traditional Spider-Man bodysuit underneath a green army jacket, jeans, and one brown boot. He also has messy brown hair and stubble, showing how much he has let himself go.
This was a fun but straightforward cosplay to put together when I went to Comic-Con recently. Despite being a bit of an underdog going into the convention, my Peter Parker cosplay was a hit! I had so much fun embodying the character and strutting my stuff on the show floor.
Thanks for reading, and I hope this article has inspired you to try out your own fantastic cosplay idea.
If you’re thinking of doing a cosplay based on Into the Spiderverse, go for it! Just make sure to do your research and put in some extra effort to get all the details right. And most importantly, have fun with it – that’s what cosplaying is all about.