Which Spider-man
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Which Spider-man

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I'm looking to get a spider-man figure, all mine are from the 90's and are either broke beyond repair or the paint has rubbed off. So, my question is, which spider-man figure would you great customisers recommend? (btw it will be for display only)

Posted by leafman343
on Tuesday, September 23, 2008
User Comments
leafman343 -
Friday, October 3, 2008
Got it today, it looks awesome. I'll get pictures and a review written up monday. Thank you all for your great suggestions
Henchmen4Hire -
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
You can ask Captain Coder to add new series to the Galleries (to do reviews), just tell him what you have, or even better, send pics!

mailto:captaincoder@figurerealm.com
Esbat -
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Its a great figure, very very very articulated.
leafman343 -
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Removed it, it isn't needed anymore anyway.
I didn't find the new spider-man series at either of the 2 walmarts in my city, they had most of the brood queen series, the legendary heroes with the Pitt BAF and the Iron Man figures (satellite iron man, cap A iron man, Titanium man) and some spectacular spider-man (animated series). Idk what it is with the stores around me, they never have the new stuff that you actually want.
Anyway I found what looks like the new release of the mcfarlane figure for a little over 13 bucks with shipping. I'll update this thread when I get it and will see about doing a review on it if I can figure out the series and the name of the figure.
Henchmen4Hire -
Monday, September 29, 2008
You're not supposed to post ebay links either, you can post the Item Number though, people will know what do with it.
flawpunk -
Monday, September 29, 2008
the new red hulk black spidey has great posability
leafman343 -
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I think I found the figure you guys are talking about, [link
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I have a bid on one and I should win tonight, if its not then I got a spare spider-man and have to make a trip to walmart and pray they actually have that line in stock

Edit: I got lucky and got outbid on that figure, its definately not the mcfarlane one now that I found a pic of one, looks like I'm going to walmart tomorrow
rosy343 -
Sunday, September 28, 2008
This is the best spiderman imo, unless you want a black costume, in which case get the current Target wave spiderman.

I got the repaint with the dark colors and dry-brushed blue on the black parts of his costume, it looks awesome. So poseable, and the sculpt is dead on McFarlane.
Esbat -
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Bah I says!

...

Anywho I saw no less than 7 of the Black and Red McFarlane Spider-Man figures today at walmart... all but one had some paint flaw on the eyes, and the one good one I didn't take because... well, I already own a Red and Blue version and its good enough
Kern -
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
There is, of course, always the Spider-man 2 ultra poseable figure.


...individually jointed knuckles, man!
Esbat -
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Series 12 Spider-Man Classics "Super Poseable" spider-man figure is good. Also called the "McFarlane" Spider-Man. Its recently been rereleased in the current Spider-Man toy line with a darker paint scheme. Great figure, lots of great poseabilty!
Chancellor -
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
the marvel legends urban legends box set spider-man is a nice one. and the sinister six box set spidey is sick.
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