Spider-Man's Surprising Redesign Makes His Homemade Suit Ten Times Cooler

Spider-Man was one of many characters reimagined for Marvel's experimental Timeslip effort in the 1990s, 

which included famous artists of the time reimagining the company's historic characters.  

With the layout proclaiming, "It's 1962 again...and Stan Lee has just had a new idea!" the artists commissioned by Marvel 

were asked to explore how they would have drawn characters such as Spider-Man and Iron Man in their debut appearances. 

Artist Mike Allred created Timeslip Spider-Man, who first appeared as one of a series of two-page spreads in Marvel Vision magazine. 

Allred's Timeslip submission imagines an alternate version of Peter Parker's original homemade Spider-Man outfit, 

with a look and technology that are both cooler than the original. 

Mike Allred's Timeslip Spider-Man design does not aim to provide an absurdly different perspective on the character 

rather, it depicts Peter Parker's early suit as more rugged - literally, in the sense that loose strands of red fabric are looped around his elbows and knees.  

The most fascinating aspect of Allred's design is his proposal for a substitute for Spider-Man's standard web-shooter equipment.  

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