As an official member of the world's mightiest super-team, it's high time Spider-Man upgraded his gear. By way of welcoming him to the Avengers, the invincible Iron man constructed this bullet-proof, liquid metal battle suit for the web-slinger. As well as bringing state of the art technology to the tips of the wall-crawler's fingers, it also complements and enhances his new powers and features a set of cybernetic spider-legs. The new duds might take some getting used to, but please welcome to your neighborhood Iron Spider-Man!
Super-posable figure features an exclusive supermetal finish and has spider-leg attack claws! Try posing his spider-legs in an intimidating pose! Figure comes with display base.
Spider-man has worn many temporary costumes over his long career, however, the Stark Armor has to eb my absolute favorite, I think that the waldoes (the little arms on his back, yes, they're called waldoes) are what make it so cool, like you finally have the sense he's a "Spider" man. This figure is everything Hasbro's Marvel Legends should be, modern, cool, and well articulated. That's right, well articulated. Iron Spider, in addition to the standard HML points, has articulation in his fingers, individually, the way Toy Biz used to do it, his waldoes are also pretty felxible too. There's nothing you can say you don't like about this figure, however, I have the translucent variant, and it's not as cool as the metallic one, and the difference is noticeable, I look at the pictures side by...[See More]
So, one day a couple of years ago, I was strollen through Wal*Mart, looking for something that would look good on my shelves. I passed by the rack containing the Spider-Man Origins toy line. And I promptly did a spit take.
I echo Doc. Nightmare at how fast they got Iron-Spider out in toy form! And it is clearly a rush job of the highest catagory.
The figure is very slim and looks like a gymnasts body, something that fits right in with Spider-Man. The figure features a massive load of articulation with each individual finger (save the thumbs) having movement.
However, the joints are so insanely tight, I was afraid to move him to much for fear of breaking him. Only with time and carefully pulls and push did he finally loosen up, but even still, I start sweating when I try to pose this...[See More]
I'm amazed at how quickly (how soon after the Civil War comics came out) Marvel got this figure out. They must have been flooded with mail demanding this be made, and looks like it worked! Unfortunatey, this Spidey looks exactly like I expected, like a rushed job.
This dude is freaky. Iron Spidey stands 6.25 inches, that's already way too tall for a Spiderman figure. And it's not like they can use the old "the suit adds a foot in height!" excuse like with Iron Man because Spidey's suit is skin-tight, not bulky at all. The suit looks good even-though the spider-design was tweaked slightly to accomodate articulation, a fair trade-off, especially since the modifications aren't even noticable unless pointed out.The body sculpt is appropriate (and original?), he's a lean, mean, shiny red...[See More]
As an official member of the world's mightiest super-team, it's high time Spider-Man upgraded his gear. By way of welcoming him to the Avengers, the invincible Iron man constructed this bullet-proof, liquid metal battle suit for the web-slinger. As well as bringing state of the art technology to the tips of the wall-crawler's fingers, it also complements and enhances his new powers and features a set of cybernetic spider-legs. The new duds might take some getting used to, but please welcome to your neighborhood Iron Spider-Man! (I got that from the back of the packet, thought it would help.)
I got this figure yesterday i received this figure in the post i have to say..... these paint jobs are getting worse. The thing that ticks me of is that in the joint at the top of his legs you can...[See More]
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