Spider-Man: No Way Home isn’t that far away, and more spoilers for the film keep piling up. We already know a few of the returning villains, but we don’t know much about Peter Parker’s new abilities and gear. Bandai is giving us a little peek thanks to the S.H.Figuarts action figures.
The Black & Gold Suit Spidey looks like another nano-tech costume, but it is noticeably infused with some mystic magic. Whether these belong to Doctor Strange or if Peter learns some of the sorcerer’s tricks isn’t clear yet. The figures are up for pre-order now on the Big Bad Toy Store. The B&G figure is $84.99 while the black & red Spidey is $79.99. The figures will not ship until January 2022.
B&G Spider-Man comes with the following:
- Spider web hand
- Alternate head
- 2 Alternate eye parts
- Auxilary parts for eyes
- Neck parts
- Alternate neck parts for integrated suits
- Web shooter parts
- 2 Long spider webs
- 2 Short spider webs
- Magic circle web
- Magic circle parts for chest
- Figure stand
B&R Spidey has these accessories:
- 4 Interchangeable hands
- 2 Long spiderwebs
- 2 Short spiderwebs
- 2 Pairs of interchangeable eyes
- Tamashii Stage joint
- Auxiliary parts for eye replacement
The more traditional Spider-Man is also available from Bandai. Unfortunately, the costume continues the trend of doing away with the classic blue in favor of darker color schemes. This may pay homage to Spidey’s introduction all those decades ago, but the MCU needs more color. Can we please move away from the muted colors and let our heroes be a bit more flamboyant with their outerwear?
What do you think of the spoilerish elements shown off with Spidey’s black suit? Anyone else finding it odd that a kid who is known to be very scientifically minded keeps getting other heroes’ hand-me-downs instead of developing his own tech? Let us know in the comments.
[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]
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