Spider-Man and Deadpool are two characters practically begging to be mashed together. Their suits are somewhat similar, and their attitudes have parallels — though Deadpool is about 5,000 times more irreverent than Spidey. Redditor Spider_Inferno decided to mash the two together with his Spidey-Deadpool mash-up. At this stage, the costume is 70% done. He’s planning to add more accessories to give it more of a Deadpool vibe. Pulling it together was a collaboration. Spider_Inferno says he and Claude Bernier-Tremblay designed the costume, Brandon Gilbert made the pattern, and The RPC Studio crafted the suit. It takes a village to make a Spidey-Pool outfit, apparently.
You can follow progress on the costume on Instagram.
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