New Concept Art Reveals the Vulture Suit That Could Have Been in Spider-Man: Homecoming
The most recent Spider-Man flick to hit theaters had a warm reception when it made its way to the big screen recently with glowing reviews for the Homecoming film. Michael Keaton took the narrative by storm as The Vulture but a newly released concept art design showed what could have been. Though Keaton took to the character of Adrian Toomes swimmingly, and his design was arguably spot-on, a vastly different approach almost happened. Take a look at the post to below to see how the Vulture almost looked in the Spider-Man: Homecoming film:
Concept Illustrator Rodney Fuentebella took to social media to show off one of his takes on The Vulture’s design for the latest Spidey flick and he definitely nailed the “alien type tech” look. As interesting as the design above is, it’s hard to imagine Keaton suiting up in such an elaborate piece. Still, the concept art is impressive and really showcases the creative process behind these comic book adaptation movies.
Whether or not we’ll see Keaton reprise his role in future films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe remains to be seen, but both powerhouses in the comic world are absolutely dominating the box office and the next few years is jam packed with comic goodness, so if there ever was a time – it would be now. Looking at this concept piece in relation to that we saw in the film, which one would you prefer? Should Keaton “suffer for fashion” or was his on-screen debut perfect as is? Join in on the conversation in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!
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With an arguably unhealthy obsession with Mass Effect, Liana has been an avid collector of gaming and comic memorabilia for well over two decades. With a passion for writing, gaming, and comics - she is currently working as Editor-in-Chief for the revival of Prima Games, with previous managing editor experience with several gaming publications including ComicBook.com, The Hollywood Reporter, TwinGalaxies, and other outlets. She is also the Co-Owner and Managing Editor for DFTG. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram, as well as several Facebook communities online.