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Hi-Res Amazing Spider-Man Images

Two weeks after Entertainment Weekly premiered the first stills from The Amazing Spider-Man, Columbia Pictures has released a half-dozen of those images in high resolution, and without the annoying watermark. Now fans can start the debate about the costume redesign all over again — that, or marvel at how long Andrew Garfield’s neck is.

Directed by Marc Webb, The Amazing Spider-Man also stars Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Irrfan Khan, Denis Leary, Chris Zylka, Campbell Scott, C. Thomas Howell, Julianne Nicholson and Annie Parisse. It opens on July 3, 2012.

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  • http://twitter.com/thejimg jim gorr

    I still believe that whoever designed this “costume” needs to be slapped…

  • http://www.therawness.com T.

    Costume looks horrible. It looks so bad I’d even venture to say even Alex Ross, George Perez or Jim Lee could have done a better costume design, and those are some of the worst costume designers in the business. Also, Andrew Garfield really needs a better hairstyle. His head is way to small and skinny to wear his hair so big all around, it looks like his hair is about to swallow and eat his head.

  • http://twitter.com/Mathieu_Chenard Mathieu Chénard

    The costume is fine really. 

  • pDUB

    i agree, i see some interesting design concepts (such as the spider legs that outline the borders of the red and blue bits) that obviously went into this to make it different and enough of a change from the last one. 
    his booties are kinda cool too

  • Thismachinekillsfascists

    The costume is fucking cool.

  • http://www.therawness.com T.

    To me the problem with the costume is its just busy for the sake of being busy. I don’t mind redesigning or tweaking the original costume, but the extreme busyness is annoying in my opinion.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1293926434 Emma Ross

    The more-blue-than-red costume looks as shit as it did months ago when we were given sneak looks, and Garfield and his ridiculous hair are still entirely wrong for Peter Parker. But then, nearly everything about this movie – even going on the trailer – *IS* wrong.

    Maybe if the studio had left Raimi to do what he wanted with Spider-man 3 rather than forcing him to add Venom and other elements and make it a convoluted mess, we’d actually be getting another decent Raimi Spider-man about now.But this pish is clearly for the twilight crowd. And Bendis.