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10 Awesome Doc Ock Cosplay Every Spider-Man & Marvel Fan Needs To See

Otto Octavius, one of the most intelligent and dangerous foes of Spider-Man also happens to be in possession of arguably the coolest appearance as far as Peter Parker‘s villains are concerned. Furthermore, Doctor Octopus‘ emotional backstory, his key role in the formation of the Sinister Six as well as the numerous challenges he has tested Spider-Man with has made him a very intriguing antagonist to transform into.

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Many passionate cosplayers have indulged themselves in pulling off the difficult task of creating his incredibly complex set of mechanical arms all the while dressing up in Doc Ock’s usual outfit and have succeeded admirably. Here are 10 great Doctor Octopus cosplay, which every fan of Marvel and Spider-man should check out.

10 MCM London Expo 2013

Inspired by Spider-Man 2, this cosplayer attracted quite the crowd at the MCM London Expo. The tentacles aren’t an exact copy of the ones from the film but then again a truly great cosplay shouldn’t be. This version of the stainless steel harness is so believable it is tough to imagine that it is made out of anything other than adamantium, titanium, carbonation, or any of the other metals the arms were built in Ock’s stories.

9 Great Philadelphia Comic-Con 2019

This cosplayer, who appeared at the Great Philadelphia Comic-Con, deserves credit for his old-school protective glasses, the hat, the appropriately villainous scowl, and the all-together realistically rusty appearance of the robotic arms.

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The hunched pose of the cosplayer is a subtle reminder for the price Octavius learned to pay for the power he possessed – his arms cost him his health and hope for a normal life.

8 WonderCon 2014

The Doc Ock cosplayer that showed up at the 2014 WonderCon was an example of devotion and attentiveness to detail. He would’ve been naked from the waist up if it weren’t for his coat – which is a familiar dress code to the doctor while he is conducting his dangerous experiments. The machine tentacles are actually giant and look heavy but the best part is the presence of various springs and the little cables visible on them making you believe that Otto’s lab is actually somewhere out there.

7 Montreal Comic-Con 2015

Another fan of the Sam-Raimi directed films impressed all the visitors of the 2015 Montreal Comic-Con with his version of Doc Ock. His tentacles are a bit lacking in detail but they make up for that with their intimidating size. Furthermore, they are made out of a more elastic material, which allows them to move when the cosplayer does, giving viewers a taste of their popular creepy autonomous actions.

6 Alea Holland

Here, Alea Holland gets everything right in her Doctor Octopus cosplay. From her modest hat, glasses with circular spectacles and grim facial expression to the meticulous details on the mechanical tentacles, her tribute to Alfred Molina’s portrayal of the character is quite flawless.

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For all the impressive details and particles covering the arms, the most distinctive one is the scarlet light, an indicator of the machine’s control over the mind of the wearer.

5 Mayor Mayhem

Quite a bit of awesomeness if present in the cosplay of Mayor Mayhem. The outfit is spot on – the hat, the long coat, the wide belt, and the specialized dark-glass glasses are all in place. The mechanical arms are deprived of any color – there are just the cold metallic surface and the red glimmering dots, which makes the tentacles look extra threatening, despite not being long enough to walk instead of the wearer.

4 VA Comicon 2015

Strangely enough, there are elements of both tragedy and humor to be found in the Otto Octavius cosplay that was present at the 2015 VA Comicon. On one hand, the black clothing and vicious, seemingly alive mechanical arms ready to grab you by the throat are nothing short of scary. On the other, he is holding a green stuffed toy. In all probability, the artist didn’t intend it but the photo does bring to mind Otto’s long-lost dream of holding in his arms a son that he never had – just one part of his tragic origin story.

3 Salt Lake Comic-Con 2015

It doesn’t get much better than the work of the artist who made the 2015 Salt Lake Comic-Con brighter with his presence. The imitation of the movie Doctor Octopus is quite perfect and the innovative design of the mechanical arms is as beautiful as it is creepy.

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There is a natural contrast between the blue cables composing each tentacle and the red light at the center of the terrifyingly humongous claws and anyone who looks at them would probably feel immediately grateful that they are not real.

2 Wizard World Columbus 2017

One of the most spectacular Doctor Octopus cosplays ever pulled off could have been observed during the Wizard World Columbus 2017. The near-cowboy clothing and the stylish beard of this version of the villain double his charisma and his mechanical set of limbs appearance is so high-tech and polished to a mirror-like shine that they look like they just came out of the Sinister Six headquarters, fully prepped and ready for delivering a fresh dose of villainy.

1 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo

Another stunning and fashionable variation of the antagonist showed up at the C2E2. Dressed in a smooth brown leather jacket and the doctor’s trademark glasses, this cosplayer really dials up the style. His biological hands are placed cooly in his pockets like it is just another day in the office, while the massive and spectacularly long mechanical tentacles are out, ready for snatching their next victim.

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Doctor Octopus has one of the coolest costumes of any comic book villain. It looks incredible when talented folks cosplay it.

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