An explosion rocks Dr. Connors’ Neogenic lab at Empire State University – and Spider-Man must rush to his aid! To protect him from the high levels of radiation, Spider-Man must don a suit of anti-radiation armor. Developed by Tony Stark, the armor allows Spider-Man to move safely through Connors’ lab – and with the special claw attachment hardware, it’s just what Spidey needs to help Doc Connors put everything right!
I got this fellow as a gift from my dad after a long business trip many years ago. It is a fairly basic action figure but it does have some pretty cool acutraments.
This Spider-Man comes with a number of armor pieces, two for his legs, two for his arms, and two pieces to make the chest armor, which supposedly protects him from radiation. The armor pieces are made of hard plastic and very difficult to bend.
In addition to the armor, he comes with what I assume is a laser cannon of some sort that attaches to his armor and a grabbing arm that can be used to pick up the small container of radioactive waste or whatever it is.
The toy itself was a unique under costume that reminds me of a motion capture suit without the little balls attached to it. His head lacks a web pattern, at least...[See More]
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