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SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING (2017): First Set Photos Reveal First Look at Villain Shocker

Shocker Spider-Man: Homecoming

Set Photos From Spider-Man: Homecoming Reveal Shocker’s Costume. Some new photos have surfaces from the sets of the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, which reveal our first look at the villain Shocker, who is being played by actor Bokeem Woodbine.

Shown on Twitter by Flickering Myth, the photo shows the classic yellow suit that’s given a more grounded look. In the comics, the suit that Shocker wears is self-made, and it gives protection from physical attacks and is resistant to getting clutched. The photo shows that the costume does also include the gauntlets. The gauntlets are made with some vibro-shock units called vibro-smashers that allow a projected blast of compressed air to come out and vibrates at a high frequency. This would create a series of rapid-succession high-pressure air blasts that could leave a powerful impact.

Shocker Spider-Man: Homecoming

We also have some behind-the-scenes footage from the home release of Captain America: Civil War where we see Tom Holland preparing for action as Spider-Man as we got to see how that big climactic battle at the airport scene was made and choreographed.

Check out the set photos of Shocker and the BTS video let us know what you think.

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