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Spider-Man in his classic suit coming up from Hot Toys

Spidey fans should be very happy indeed with Hot Toys’ latest detailed look. The company has gone in-depth with one heck of a classic Spider-Man.


Hot Toys has been on a roll lately. Well, to be fair they’re kind of always on a roll, but the announcements have been coming fast and furious, and have included massive fan-favorites like No Way Home’s Goblin and Doc Ock. Today’s announcement might not technically be a reveal, but it is pretty spectacular nonetheless. And it’s not even from a movie.

Today the toy-maker took the wraps off of a new version of the Web Head from the PS4/5 Spider-Man video game. And they have gone deep with a detailed look at the upcoming figure.

Spider-Man is not only decked out in his classic togs for this one, he’s also got a ton of articulation, and an amazingly cool base. A section of building is included to Fram your display with, complete with a fully posable Scorpion tail, about to strike from ‘off panel’.

Spider-Man (Classic Suit) from Hot Toys is priced in at a remarkably low (for what it is) $260 USD. He’s up for pre-order vis Sideshow Toys right now, and is scheduled to ship… right now! Well, some time now through next month, but you get the idea.

The Spider-Man (Classic Suit) 1/6 Scale Figure features:

  • An authentic and detailed likeness of Spider-Man wearing the Classic Suit in Marvel’s Spider-Man video game
  • A newly developed masked head sculpt with 3 pairs of interchangeable eyepieces
  • Specialized 1/6 scale body with over 30 points of articulation
  • 12 interchangeable hands for a variety of posing and display options
  • One newly developed red and blue Classic Suit One newspaper
  • One smartphone
  • One pair of web-shooters
  • 6 spider web accessories (attachable to web-shooters)
  • One open spider web effect accessory
  • One metallic green Scorpion tail diorama accessory (with bendable wire)
  • One specially designed city-themed character backdrop
  • A dynamic figure display stand with game logo and character nameplate

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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