Thanks for the advice, dude. I went to several cons over the years, but next year will be my first time cosplaying!>at OP:
If you're going to wear your suit to cons too, I hope you're not socially awkward, 'cause you WILL be part of the spider-people community and approached whether you like it or not. Have fun with it.
I'm a totally fun and nice guy, don't worry. As I said, I'm a teacher IRL, I work with people, especially teens. But this cosplay will be my first one. I'm so excited!>>9569904
Thanks dude! I'm not an huge specialist about our Friend of the Neighbourhood, but I know a lot of things about him. I will glady talk to kids about the Webhead.>OTHER OTHER kids will be straight up jerks! This, fortunately, is rare. While super rude, this can actually be fun, as since you're Spider-man, you are expected to be somewhat sarcastic.
Thanks mate, I literally ROFL reading this. I will be a good Spiderman, since I can be very fun sometimes, and sarcastic as well.>"I blinked!"
LOL I lost my sides. Never thought about this line. Thanks, I'm making a lot of anotations!
About the body: I'm exactly 178 centimeters, just like Peter from Earth 616, and 64 kilograms. I'm on a goodshape, and I'm honestly a 7/10 average looking guy. I just need to buy a few lenses (hazel, since my eyes are light brown) and dye my hair of light brown (or buy a wig). Because sometimes, when kids ask too too much, I plan to remove my mask.>Do yoga
Thats actually a great advice. I was thinking in start some gym classes for my poses and stunts. I mean, I can hardly kick a ball LOL I can't imagine doing backflips, rolls, high kicks and such.>>9569919
Thanks, I will try that. I will definitely will.
To everyone: Thanks for your huge help, guys! Much appreciation from this newest Spiderman from Latin America!