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Spectacular Spider-Man Toys Spring A Web Of Excitement In 2008



Marvel: Jay Cochran on 2008-02-14

After his blockbuster movie sequel in 2007, Marvel’s ever popular wall-crawling, web-spinning Super Hero is back in full swing this year, serving as the inspiration behind a web of new Hasbro Spider-Man toys, including a line based on the new animated TV series, “The Spectacular Spider-Man.”

The crown jewel of Hasbro’s 2008 Spider-Man lineup includes the first-ever Spider-Man toy that actually scales walls! For kids wanting to join Spidey in his crime-fighting escapades, Hasbro offers the SPINNING WEB BLASTER. And action figures featuring characters from The Spectacular Spider-Man join new offerings of action figure heroes and villains from the entire Spider-Man universe.

REMOTE CONTROL WALLCRAWLER SPIDER-MAN

(Approximate Retail Price: $49.99; Ages: 5+; Available: Fall 2008)

Everyone knows that Spider-Man scales Manhattan skyscrapers, but does he ever take his skills indoors? This fall, Spider-Man will scale bedroom and family room walls everywhere with the REMOTE CONTROL WALLCRAWLER, a remote controlled toy Spider-Man with amazing motorized vacuum-pump technology that allows Spidey to literally crawl up and down walls! An infrared controller that attaches to the wrist allows kids (and adults!) to control the wall-crawlin’ fun!



SPINNING WEB BLASTER

(Approximate Retail Price: $19.99; Ages 5+; Available: Spring 2008)

New to the line of popular web blasters introduced in 2007, the SPINNING WEB BLASTER comes with everything kids need to be like the web-slinger himself! The set comes with a Spider-

Man mask and a blaster with two ways to play – kids can choose to spray their nemesis using either web fluid or water. Includes 1 can of web fluid plus a water canister. Refill canisters are also available.



SPIDER-MAN MOVIE ACTION FIGURES

(Approximate Retail Price: $9.99; Ages: 4+; Available: Spring 2008)

Now kids and collectors can pit Black-Suited Spider-Man from Spider-Man 3 against Puma, Carnage and a number of the other most infamous villains from the history of the Spider-Man saga. SPIDER-MAN MOVIE ACTION FIGURES, which include a variety of the greatest Spider-Man characters of all time, are specially designed 6-inch figures that each include fun feature play. In all, 16 villains are available in 2008, along with an impressive 24 heroes.



SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ACTION FIGURES

(Approximate Retail Price: $9.99; Ages: 4+; Available: Spring 2008)

Hasbro’s line of SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ACTION FIGURES will give kids the figures they need to recreate their favorite scenes from the Saturday morning cartoon any day of the week.

Sixteen Spider-Man and villain action figures from the new series will be released in 2008.


Click here for more information on the Spectacular Spider-Man Amimated Series coming to the KidsWB! on the CW.



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tarot
2008-02-15
10:13 pm

yeah you might be right they might just be easing their way into the classics. also why reimage character when you know that what the fans don't want.  
heinousjoe
2008-02-15
7:39 pm

you guys are really jumping to conclusionsi doubt they are reimagining 16 classic villains to what they might look like in a live action moviemy bet is they are going to be packaged in SMT packaging but be classic outfits  
shokker
2008-02-15
7:17 pm

who are the real figures? those crappy ones or the others they showed some time ago? i hope that the villains will look like the comic versions and not based on stupid movie figs that dont exist. i love movie figs when they are based on actual movie characters. first i wanna see comic version and then they can reimagine what ever they want.  
SlushyFrog
2008-02-15
8:44 am

10 bucks for the Spectacular Spider-Man toys seems really expensive, especially since they're marketing these things towards kids. I mean, I already feel guilty spending 10 bucks each on a Marvel Legend figure - how are little kids with no income gonna get more than like two figures.  
pvbvillegas
2008-02-15
7:24 am

this line is starting to get more interesting... i'm planning to get the spideys... if the villains are good, and if they somehow resemble their comics counterparts, then i might get some too... the black spidey has really caught my eyes, i hope the other figs would impress me too..  
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