Clothing can greatly enhance your face painting abilities and add a certain flair as this handsome young man demonstrates.

Though he is best known for his comic books, Spider-Man has also appeared in cartoons, movies, coloring books, television, novels, records, and children’s books. IN the late 60s, Spider-Man even had his own animated series on television which ran for four years.

Spider-Man can not only eject a single rope-like strand to swing from, he can also eject a net to catch enemies, weave a shield for protection, a club, or a hang-glider wing.

Who said Spider-man was a he?

The person behind Spider-man’s secret identity is Peter Parker, a teenage high school student. Spider-man is also known as Spidey and is sometimes referred to as The Amazing Spider-Man.

A simple Batman face painting – just add a dark cape and you would be all set.

Batman is a fictional, comic book superhero character created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. Batman first appeared in the comic book, Detective Comics # 27 in May 1939. Batman is sometimes referred to as, “Caped Crusader.” Batman’s crime-fighting partner is Robin. Some of villains of the crime-fighting duo include the Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler, and Catwoman.

A simple headband and a couple of wristbands and you’re good to go as Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman finally gave little girls their own superhero. Wonder Woman’s Super Powers included: super strength, lasso of truth, unbreakable silver bracelets, razor sharp golden tiara, invisible vehicles made at will.

Spider-Man is a fictional superhero created by writers/artists Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Spider-Man first appeared in the comic, Amazing Fantasy # 15 in August of 1962. He is one of the most popular and commercially successful superheroes and is Marvel Comic’s flagship character and company mascot. Spider-Man is very popular with kids.

Face Painting – The Amazing Spider-Man is represented here. Spider Man face paint teamed up with a Spider Man costume …quick, easy, and effective!

The Powers of Spider-Man…

  • super strength
  • super agility
  • ability to cling to most surfaces
  • shoot spider-webs which he called “web-shooters”
  • react to danger quickly with his “spider-sense”

Face Painting – What a wonderful way to keep the kids occupied on a lazy Saturday morning. What are you waiting for?

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