Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man costume is kitted out with mechanical web-shooters. When Sam Raimi took over as Spider-director, Man’s one of the most significant alterations to the character was the fact that his web was organic. It genuinely blasted from his wrist, rather than from some contrived device. If you think about it too much, it’s actually sort of disgusting.
Many people in the crowd were unaware that this was unique. It was a big issue when Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man didn’t have organic webbing in The Amazing Spider-Man. Rather, this new Peter Parker created his web-shooters in a far more comic-accurate manner. check out Spider-man No Way Home Trailer
Then, of course, there was yet another reboot for the web-slinger, this time starring Tom Holland in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The concept of a web-shooter was born, and it quickly became the standard. Marvel, on the other hand, attempted to make them as realistic as possible this time, and Tom Holland seemed to think they succeeded.
To the point that Holland confessed that the ones created by Garfield’s Peter Parker never made sense to him.