Spider-Man (2002) (Toy Biz) - Series 19
Toxin is one of the lesser known symbiotes of the Marvel universe and with this being the only figure he's going to have for a long while, they should have been smart enough to get it right. They weren't. Toxin's got great paint apps, in fact, they're probably the best part of the figure, but the sculpt is the cause of most of his faults. His hands are huge, and I mean HUGE, bigger than the hands you'll find on any Venom or Carnage. His shoulders are big to the point where his arms can't go down, and one leg seems to be bigger than the other, you can't see it, but when you try to pose it, it gets a bit difficult. Toxin is a character with two different appearances, the one in this figure which is quite beastly, and one that's a lot slimmer and looks a bit like Spider-Man Unlimited, I would've preferred that form to be the figure, but it would've been good to have a variant so I could have both. It's hard to stand him up because he looks like something out of a Rob Liefield comic, so it's even harder to pose him. All in all he's not a good figure at all, even if you're a Toxin fan, if you HAVE to have him, I wouldn't spend more than twenty bucks, but if you're on the fence, I wouldn't buy it at all. He looks good until you take him out of the package, but then you wish you hadn't wasted the money on him.