There’s a reason to shop at GameStop! Marvel Legend’s Gamer-Verse line is giving an exclusive to the video game retailer. Available only at GameStop this October is an invisible Miles Morales, aka Spider-Man.
OK, the figure is more translucent than invisible, but we’ve not yet perfected 100% transparent action figures unless you’re poor like I was, and your parents would just tell ya that yer toys were invisible at Christmas.
There’s not a whole lot to say about Miles. The figure is sporting his costume from the PS4/PS5 game. That game’s official title is a mouthful: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. They should call him Ultimate Spider-Man and be done with it. There are way too many Spider-Mens to keep count now.
Miles comes with six interchangeable hands, two of which feature his “Venom” powers. No, not that Venom. That’ll get confusing when the symbiote makes its appearance in the next Spider-Man game.
Forging his own path, Miles Morales discovers explosive new powers. With over 80 years of entertainment history, Marvel has become a cornerstone of fan collections around the world.
This exclusive is available for pre-order now and should arrive on October 1st, 2021. The game itself has been getting discounted at a few retailers as of late. So, if you wanna save a few bucks, keep an eye out on BestBuy. If you’ve yet to pick it up, I would highly suggest it, when the price is right, of course. While it’s just as fun to play as the previous Insomniac Spidey game, this one is shorter in length. The story is also forgettable with a little too much “current year” dialog in there.
Regardless, check out these awesome Spidey suits!
Miles had some pretty cool alternate costumes in his first solo video game. Which ones would you like to see appear in action figure form? I’m partial to his 2099 outfit. Let us know in the comments.
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