A Paws-itively Marvel-ous Pet Cosplay: Introducing Doctor Octo-Puss, Spider-Man’s Furry Foe

A cosplaying pet cat ponders its evil machinations as Alfred Molina’s character of Doctor Otto Octavius from Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The Doctor Octopus costume is an inspiration from Spider-Man The Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The Twitter account Cat Cosplay posted photos of an animal model dressed in the role of Doctor Otto Octavius (also known as Doctor Octopus) in a pet-themed costume. This cat’s character is based on Alfred Molina’s portrayal of Doc Ock from No way Home. The portrayal of “Octavipuss”, the mad scientist with multiple lims, is so convincing that it’s possible to say it’s purrrrfect.

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This cat, dressed in a turtleneck sweater designed for cats and a trench coat and sunglasses, is set to assume the role of Spider-Man’s most famous villain. From behind the four arms of mechanical design that define this character appear and look like they are capable of much more than batting around toy mice. The appendages have a number of key characteristics from the source material, including gold-colored segments along each arm, claws that are segmented designed to grasp as well as a terrifying glowing red at their centers.

Molina’s most recent portrayal as Doctor Octopus in No Way Home is a huge change from the comic’s initial portrayal of his yellow and green jumpsuit. The differences don’t end there. Doc Ock in the Marvel Cinematic Universe appears to be a victim as he does master of his robotic arms.

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Originally a scientist who wanted to create pure energy through nuclear fusion the Dr. Octavius became involved in a laboratory accident, causing his arms to become permanently fused to his entire body and the loss of his wife. He is unable of separating himself from the creations, and slowly falls victim to the artificial intelligence in them. This causes him to become a criminal determined to demonstrate that his invention was successful even if it means it means taking New York City along with his. He eventually is convinced by Toby Maguire’s Spider-Man to stay away, and dies after destroying his creation.

In the comics Doctor Otto Octavius experiences both the loss of his wife as well as the development of his mechanical arms due to an experiment in the lab that went wrong. In contrast to Molina’s Octavius However the Doctor is completely in control of his deeds even without any outside influence by an evil artificial intelligence. Doc Ock, a member of Spider-Man’s gallery of criminals for many years, has used his intelligence and the powerful tools available to accomplish this.

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