The spiderman logo is one of the most famous and fantasized comic character symbols in the world. A very prominent part of the Spider Man costume, the spiderman logo has been widely adapted as an image for wallpapers, tattoos, jewelry, and is engraved on many accessories etc. The spiderman logo can individually and uniquely represent the spiderman character. It is an artistic representation of spiderman’s superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes and his ability to produce spider webbing.
Created by Stan Lee of Marvel Comics in 1962, Spider man is a very popular and ingenious character from a fictional comic series. The character is portrayed by Peter Parker, who is bitten by a genetically-enhanced, radioactive spider and develops superhuman strength and agility with an incredible sixth sense. He can cling to walls, create organic and synthetic webs from his wrists, has excellent vision, increased sensory awareness and could move very swiftly due to his acrobatic leaps and web-slinging actions.
The spiderman character, its attributes and the famous spider man logo was designed by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. The spiderman logo has always been prominently featured on the chest of the traditional ‘red and blue’ spiderman costume.
The spiderman logo covers almost the entire width of spiderman’s chest. On an amusing note, the spiderman logo comes in a close-up shot every time Peter Parker tears open his shirt to transform into spiderman and aims to get control of a situation. It consists of a spider that relates the character to the spider skills and abilities. The spiderman logo has always been a part of the spiderman’s costume, even with many modifications.
Spiderman along with most of the other comic characters like Batman, Superman and Fantastic Four were also transformed into cartoon and animated characters later for television, film, and digital media
The Spider-Man logo had a black color in the comic series, and a brownish black color in the initial two motion picture releases, Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2. In the third sequel of the movie, the Spider-Man logo goes through a transformation and adapts a silverfish black tone. Also, Spider-Man’s costume endures a significant transformation into a completely black costume, better known in comics as alien symbiote.