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This Spider-Man Cosplay Has Eyes That Actually Animate

This Spider-Man Cosplay Has Eyes That Actually Animate

Cosplayer Lenses Factory HK should be in the running for the title of Biggest Spider-Man Fan in the World. The Hong Kong-based cosplayer has been working on a Spider-Man costume for over a year that looks like it could give Tony Stark’s spidey suit from Spider-Man: Homecoming a run for its money. The only thing missing is the helpful AI assistant Karen.

As incredible–dare we say spectacular–as the texture and colors on that fabric is, Lenses Factory HK took the costume one step further with eye lenses that actually animate. You’ll believe a man can actually fly climb walls and tell snarky jokes once you see the mask in action.

If you look carefully, you’ll see that the hands-free mechanical lenses are controlled by the cosplayer moving his jaw to get the lenses to animate. Another iteration incorporates part of the costume with wireless web shooters that operate the lenses independently.

And speaking of Tony Stark spidey suits, did we mention this amazing cosplayer even developed an amazingly detailed Iron Spider costume just in time for the opening of Avengers: Infinity War?

https://twitter.com/LensesFactoryHK/status/989234543822487553

With glowing lenses, metallic fabric,  and moving mechanical arms, the Iron Spider cosplay looks practically movie ready.

Lenses Factory HK shares his love of Spider-Man with fellow cosplaying fans by offering the masks, lenses, and suits for sale. Take a look at the Facebook page for pricing and availability, and you’ll feel like a wallcrawler yourself in no time.

If you were Spider-Man, who would be your person in the chair? Tell us about them in the comments.

Featured Image: Marvel

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