Beaten to exhaustion and suffering from a broken arm, Spider-Man is in no condition to be out patrolling the city. So when a situation arises that requires him to be at his best, Spider-Man wears his high-tech cybernetic gear. Protecting his broken arm and giving him several powerful weapons, the cyborg armor transforms Spidey into a one man cyber-assault squad! And although he would agree that technology can be pretty amazing, Spider-Man prefers adventuring without all the extra gear because, as he puts it, “What if I’m fighting the Rhino – and my batteries run out?!?”
Unlike a lot of other alternate Spider-Man costumes that appear in toy form, this one actual originated in the comics first. In No-Adjitave Spider-Man issue 21, Spidey got seriously thrashed and knocked out and later found by Dethlock, Marvel's resident Cyborg-Ninja-Zombie, who stitched up his costume and created a Cable-esque powered-armor sling and eye-patch, but the missile launchers of the toy are all original Toy Biz.
Anyway, enough of the history lesson and on to the toy itself. About four inches tall, Spider-Man has eleven points of articulation. The head, shoulder and hips are swivels and the elbows, knees and ankles are all hinge joints. The cyber-suit that clips on to Spidey is as wide as he is tall and has a duel missle launcher mounted on the left end and a multi-angle...[See More]
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