Did Doctor Octopus Influence Miles Morales New Suit?

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is still some time away from hitting shelves, but the reveal trailer released in September is still offering some details as to what has transpired since the original game's events. While Miles' transition from student to full-fledged hero was documented in Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, there is still a window of time following that game's conclusion where anything could have happened. For example, in the trailer, Miles appears wearing his classic red and black outfit but with an upgrade that may trace back to Peter's deadliest enemy.

During the events of the first game, Peter's suit is badly damaged. As a result of the extensive tears and damage to the interface, Peter gets a brand new suit known as the Advanced Suit. Not only is the suit lighter, but it's also more durable and offers an added layer of protection for the hero. However, the person that helped bring that suit to life was Otto Octavius, Peter's mentor, and eventual nemesis, Doc Ock.

RELATED: Spider-Man In Marvel's Avengers Won't Have Unique Story Missions

image

In the first game, Doc Ock and Miles never have a moment of interaction or shared dialogue. Miles doesn't even reveal his abilities to Peter until the game's credits. But as he gets more skilled in his vigilante activities and Peter understands how Mile's powers operate, Peter likely wants to lend a hand in making sure he's as safe as possible. In this case, by creating the thicker band of red seen on Miles' arms during the reveal trailer.

Peter wasn't present when Miles upgraded his suit since he was on assignment in Symkaria. That being said, Miles did an impressive job in creating an intuitive and protective suit. But when Octavius gave Peter the added layer of white on his chest, back and limbs, it also gave him more protection from gunfire and blunt objects. Knowing that Peter has the power to offer similar protection, it makes sense that he would make it his responsibility to outfit Miles with an equally protected suit.

RELATED: Crystal Dynamics Devs Tackle Avengers' Spider-Man & The Monstrous Klaw Raid

image

Since Miles uses venom blasts that fire from his arms, they are potentially the most critical parts of his body. Therefore, adding more armor to his arms that even Peter has worked because Miles has an even lower chance of risking serious injury to them. Symbolically, Miles' upgrade also celebrates the legacy Peter's mentor left behind as Otto Octavius rather than the cold and deadly Doc Ock.

While there's no timeframe given for how long both heroes have been working as a team, the trailer shows that they operate like a well-oiled machine. Therefore, bringing Miles' suit to Peter's level is necessary as the bad guys get tougher. Now, Peter gets to keep his friend safe for himself and Miles' mom. Also, by using the exact science Octavius introduced for Peter, Miles proves every day that even science from someone as villainous as Doc Ock can protect instead of destroy.

KEEP READING: Guardians Of The Galaxy Redefines Peter's Relationship With His Mom For The Better

Marvel's Avengers: Hero Events Could Be the Answer To Consistent Content
Related Topics
About The Author
Nicholas Brooks (1039 Articles Published)

CBR Features Writer Nick Brooks has been writing for over ten years about all things pop culture. He has written for other sites like Animemojo.com and Gamefragger.com. When not writing you can find him with his lovely girlfriend, cooking, reading comics, or collecting any new Star Wars Black Series, Marvel Legend, or Transformer. For more of his thoughts on pop culture check out his blog, The Next Panel with Comic Brooks.

More From Nicholas Brooks

You May Like Also

  • still offering some details
  • Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
  • to Peter's deadliest enemy
  • Spider-Man In Marvel's Avengers Won't Have Unique Story Missions
  • Crystal Dynamics Devs Tackle Avengers' Spider-Man & The Monstrous Klaw Raid
  • Guardians Of The Galaxy Redefines Peter's Relationship With His Mom For The Better
  • CD Projekt Red Believes Cyberpunk 2077 Will Eventually Be Seen as a 'Very Good Game'
  • The Next Panel with Comic Brooks
  • How Halo Infinite's Boss Fights Have Learned From Previous Games
  • Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Every Active Corpsman in the Nova Corps Files
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Every Star-Lord Outfit and Where To Find Them
  • Final Fantasy VII Anatomy: Five Weird & Gross Facts About Sephiroth's Body
  • How Elden Ring's Open World Changes Everything
  • Critics Call Forza Horizon 5 a Strong Addition to the Beloved Series
  • DC's Robins #1 Comic Review
  • Marvel's Star Wars Life Day #1 Comic Review
  • Marvel's Hawkeye: Kate Bishop #1 Comic Review
  • DC's Superman Son of Kal-El #5 Comic Review
  • Marvel's Hulk #1 Comic Review
  • Marvel's Darkhold: The Wasp #1 Comic Review
  • How to Evolve Your Burmy in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl
  • Pokémon Anatomy: Five Weird Facts About Mewtwo's Body
  • Pokémon’s Lack of Cross-Gen Trading On Switch Is a Huge Step Backwards
  • Halo Developer Explains How Master Chief... Goes to the Bathroom
  • Lost Judgment's Best Arc Is Also Its Hardest to Unlock
  • Why Tales of Symphonia's Sequel Disappointed
  • Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl: Which Starter Is Right For You?
  • The 12 Best Racing Games (Updated 2021)
  • 4 Ways Shin Megami Tensei V Improves the Demon Negotiation System
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Why Alice Isn't From Wonderland
  • Where to Find and Play Every Star Ocean Game
  • Animal Crossing: How to Grow, Carve & Craft With Pumpkins
  • Watch full movie for free, click here daily update 👉 https://justwatch.cc