Peter Parker was an ordinary high school student until he was bitten by a radioactive spider while attending a science fair. The brilliant young man gained the proportionate strength, speed, agility and early warning "spider sense" of the arachnid. Peter created a red and blue costume to wear while using his newfound powers for personal fame and fortune as Spider-Man. When Peter failed to stop a criminal who later killed his Uncle Ben, he realized that with his great powers must also come great responsibility. From then on, Peter used his powers to battle evil as a wall crawling, web slinger defender of the innocent – the amazing Spider-Man.
Remember in the comics when Spiderman wore that hydro-suit?...what about when he wore the anti-vampire-suit?...the anti-symbiote suit?...the paragliding-suit?...no? That's right because HE NEVER WORE THOSE SUITS. Please, if any toy companies are reading this, DO NOT make any more wacky suits for Spiderman. Are you guys actually making money on them? Stick to making the original suit flawlessly articulated and then you guys can so ahead and monkey around with a shark-suit Spiderman. :)
Spiderman stands about 5.875 inches tall, I assume that's in-scale with other 6-inch figures since Spiderman is about 5' 10''. This Spidey is one of the better designs (especially the eyes) but definitely not one of the best articulated. The web-design on the suit is engraved an filled in with black. It...[See More]
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