SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Concept Art Pairs The Wall-Crawler Up With Iron ManSPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Concept Art Pairs The Wall-Crawler Up With Iron Man

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Concept Art Pairs The Wall-Crawler Up With Iron Man

The amazing cover for the Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Art of the Movie has been revealed and it features a jaw-dropping shot of the wall-crawler swinging into action alongside, who else, Iron Man.

Spider-Man: Homecoming will bring Peter Parker into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a big way, hence why the reboot looks set to be crammed full of cameos, references, and, obviously, Iron Man. The cover – or at least part of it based on what we see on the bottom right-hand corner – features Tom Holland’s wall-crawler swinging into action alongside the Armored Avenger for an astonishing team-up.

This doesn’t go on sale until after the movie is released in 

theaters, but based on past experience, it should feature loads of incredible alternate designs for characters like The Vulture and Shocker, not to mention variations of the suits worn by Spider-Man and Iron Man. However, as the former’s costume was designed for Captain America: Civil War, there’s a chance those won’t look all that different! 

Fresh off the heels of his first adventure with the Avengers in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker is back in action! With a mentor like Tony Stark – a.k.a. Iron Man – it looks like Spider-Man’s about to hit the big time. But New York’s newest villain has other plans. Go behind the scenes in this new keepsake volume continuing Marvel’s popular ART OF THE MOVIE collection! Discover exclusive concept art, production stills and commentary from cast and crew as Marvel Studios and Sony team up to bring Spider-Man into the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe! 


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