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Ace Kim | July 18th, 2013 | DC Universe, LEGO Super Heroes, Marvel Comics, News

[SDCC] LEGO Marvel and DC Exclusive Minifigures Giveaway Details

Alternate Spider-Man Spider-Woman

Green Arrow Black Suit Superman

Okay folks, for those of you up late or up early reading this before the con opens its doors on this fine Thursday, here is everything you need to know about how to obtain the four exclusive minifigures.

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Ken Robichaud | August 22nd, 2012 | LEGO Super Heroes, Marvel Comics, MOC Spotlight

Can He Swing On A Thread?

web hang

Take a look overhead! This super posable version of The Amazing Spider-man by mmccooey has 48 points of articulation which easily trumps any wall-crawling action figure I’ve ever owned. Before you say anything about how much easier it is to make larger figure more posable, keep in mind the massive Marvel Legends Icons Spider-man figure that still only has 30 points of articulation (that didn’t stop me from getting both the masked and unmasked versions). Take a look through the album and check out all the clasic Spidey poses this fig can do, it’s really quite impressive and a great follow up to his Batman and Deadpool figures. I chose my favourite for the pic above because it’s always felt like the most uniquely Spider-man pose, but others would disagree.

Some background music for your swing through the album.

Ken Robichaud | July 28th, 2012 | Marvel Comics, Reviews

Review: The Amazing Spider-man

1. The Amazing Spider-man Review

I was on the fence about seeing this movie right up until I made the decision to go last Thursday night. I waited in line for the midnight showings of all three of the previous Spider-man films and even did my very best to make the last one as much fun as possible for everyone who attended with Spidey beachballs, trivia and silly string webshooter fights. I tip my hat to this day for the brave soul who attended that movie in his adult sized Spider-man pajama onesie complete with rear escape hatch. Spidey is my favourite super hero, so why would I not be waiting in line to see this film when I wasted many an hour in sheer anticipation of previous spider-films? I’ve thought long and hard about that and what it all boils down to is this: I wanted to dislike this movie.
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