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The MCU’s best take yet on the classic Spidey suit comes to life from Hot Toys

The red and blue costume that Peter Parker wore at the close to Spider-Man: No Way Home is on the way to collectors, from Hot Toys.

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Well, it took a long time getting there, but the ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home sure did usher in a more comics-based Peter Parker. On his own and completely out of luck, Pete had to make his own way with zero help.

But that wasn’t all that the film closed on, as Spidey’s costume changed pretty radically. It became much more like the iconic suit from the comics than ever before. A result of meeting his alternate-universe selves? Who knows, but it was darn good to see.

And now those same red and blue duds are on the way to collector’s shelves thanks to (of course) Hot Toys.

When Peter Parker’s identity is revealed by Mysterio, he turns to Doctor Strange for a magical solution. But their spell goes awry and attracts Spider-Man’s most fearsome foes from across the Multiverse, including Green GoblinElectro, and Doc Ock. Peter Parker must work with his Multiverse contemporaries to fix the spell. Along the way, they help him find the true meaning of being a Spider-Man…

Sideshow Toys press release

Along with the standard edition that you see above, Hot Toys will be releasing a Collector’s Edition. It’s got one very big bonus item too, in the form of an NYC rooftop diorama, to replicate the ending of the movie.

Inspired by the film Spider-Man: No Way Home, the Spider-Man: No Way Home – 1/6 Scale Spider-Man (New Red and Blue Suit) Collectible Figure by Hot Toys is based on the final scene as Spidey swings through a snowy New York wearing a shiny new suit. The figure is available as a Collector Edition and as a Deluxe Version.

Sideshow Toys press release

Hot Toys’ Spider-Man: No Way Home Spidey will be shipping some time in the first half of 2024. The standard version is priced at $280 USD, with the CE being $345. Hit the links above to check out both versions, and get your pre-orders rolling.

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