|Future Foundation Costume|
|Lead Designer:||Reed Richards (Earth-616)|
|Peter Parker (Earth-616)|
A Future Foundation costume is a type of costume given to Spider-Man upon joining the Future Foundation as part of Johnny Storm's last will and testament. Most members of the Future Foundation own a costume with the same function as Spider-Man's.
The costumes have a white and black color scheme costume and is made from third generation unstable molecules.
A Future Foundation costume can never get dirty, as it is made of a new generation of "Unstable Molecules". And it is this same technology that allows him to change this costume to his classic red and blue or in civilian clothes with just a thought.
However, in other Marvel titles (such as "The Avengers" or "The New Avengers") he always uses the white and black scheme. Because of this, now Peter uses this costume regularly, being the first change of regular costume since the Symbiote Costume.
Any Future Foundation suit can also go into a black "Stealth Mode" if the user wants it to.
- In 2011's Spider-Man: Edge of Time, the Future Foundation Costume appears as a wearable costume when unlocked for Amazing Spider-Man.
- In 2011's Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the Future Foundation costume appeared as a an unlocked alternate for Spider-Man.
- In 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man (video game), the Future Foundation costume appeared when unlocked, but with its colors reversed.
- In 2012's Marvel: Avengers Alliance, a set of Future Foundation costumes were released for Thing, Human Torch, Mr. Fantastic, Susan Storm and Spider-Man, having effects when another hero with a FF costume is on the field.
- In 2013's Marvel Heroes, the Future Foundation costume is currently buyable in-game for Spider-Man and the Thing.
- In 2013's Lego Marvel Super Heroes, the original four members of the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man can all wear their Future Foundation costume in-game.
- The black mode of the Future Foundation costumes are similar in style to DC'sYoung Justicewhere "The Team" would have black versions of their costumes to go on stealth missions.
- Many fans of the series have mistakenly taken the suit as another symbiote (this is false).
|Classic Costume | Beetle Armor MK I | Beetle Armor MK II | Beetle Armor MK III | Symbiote Costume | Spare Fantastic Four Costume | Negative Zone Costume | | Spider-Armor MK I | Spider-Armor MK II | Spider-Armor MK III | Electro Proof Costume | Mobile Armored Cyber-Harness | Iron Spider Armor | Iron Patriot Armor | American Son Armor | Future Foundation Costume Stealth Suit | Superior Spider-Man Suit|