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Along came a spider...
I had resigned myself to buying the Marvel Select symbiote Spider-Man. I thought I'd never get my hands on a nicely articulated, black Spidey. Then one day, I'm in Asda (American folk, that's what they call Walmart over here) and there, against all odds, was a nice, shiny, new 'Secret Wars' Spider-Man. I had no idea that the Spider-Man Origins series were available in the UK, let alone in a supermarket. At least I didn't have to spend ?16 on him from a comic shop. That said, I almost didn't buy him at all as they also had a 2099 Spider-Man in stock. I know little about 2099 but I really love his look. But at the end of the day his 'cape' seemed flimsy and badly attached and his articulation wasn't really up to speed. Articulation isn't always the first thing I look for in a figure, but with spidey, you really want to be able to bend him into all those classic poses from the comic. Speaking of which, let this be a lesson to those of you who don't take your figures out of the package, the only way you're gonna get a cool pose is if ou play with your toys! A boxed toy is a said thing people..haven't you seen Toy Story 2? This pic is on the dark side, you may have to ramp up the brightness on your monitor, I'll probably re-post later in a brighter format.
Spiderman Saves Regent Street
Hamleys toy shop. Regent Street, London, UK by Andrew.
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