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Can He Swing On A Thread?

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Can He Swing On A Thread?

Postby Staff » Wed Aug 22, 2012 7:07 am

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.
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Re: Can He Swing On A Thread?

Postby onions » Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:00 am

i know this has nothing to do with the actual spider man model but i love what he did with the web thread. very mcfarlane-esque
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Re: Can He Swing On A Thread?

Postby buriedbybricks » Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:22 am

I agree and the pic below made me think of the cover beside it, even though the pose isn't the same.

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