Marvel Legends Spider-Man Retro 6" Spider-Man Figure Video Review And Images

Marvel Legends Spider-Man Retro 6" Spider-Man Figure Video Review And Images


Jay Cochran - June 24, 2020
ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Spider-Man Retro Marvel Legends 6" Spider-Man figure from Hasbro. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor Megalopolis.Toys.



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ADour - 2020-07-03 @ 7:04 pm
14 hours ago, Atlantis said:

This is true to an extent, but he would've had to have some development over the years given what he's been doing. His body wouldn't stay at that of a 15 year old scrawny bookworm. Could they be a bit smaller, sure, but where theyre at here doesn't bother me.

I'm not saying that he should be scrawny, just not overly-muscular. People can still have musculature and be lean, which is what I'd expect of Spider-Man, since he's a character known for speed and acrobacies.

If you take John Romita's artwork as an example, which is this figure's main reference, he didn't draw Peter with either big or toned muscles. And the figure also doesn't really work for a modern Spider-Man since modern Spider-Man isn't looking like a body-builder either.

I think a good example of a mid-20s Peter is the design for PS4 Spidey, especially since he even has a skin in which he's only wearing underwear. He has toned muscles, but he's still lean. On the other hand, the contour of this figure's legs and hips is like a mountainside.

leokearon - 2020-07-03 @ 7:03 am
2 hours ago, Atlantis said:

This is true to an extent, but he would've had to have some development over the years given what he's been doing. His body wouldn't stay at that of a 15 year old scrawny bookworm. Could they be a bit smaller, sure, but where theyre at here doesn't bother me.

THat;s what mark Bagley even said when he did Ultimate Spider-Man, the Ultimate Peter was only starting out, so hadn't developed all the muscles his Earth 616 version had from all the web-slinging

Atlantis - 2020-07-03 @ 4:39 am
On ?7?/?1?/?2020 at 4:17 AM, ADour said:

I mean, Peter's strength comes from his super-powers, not his muscle workout. And even if he has tonned muscles, he is not supposed to have hams for legs.

This is true to an extent, but he would've had to have some development over the years given what he's been doing. His body wouldn't stay at that of a 15 year old scrawny bookworm. Could they be a bit smaller, sure, but where theyre at here doesn't bother me.

Satam - 2020-07-01 @ 7:49 pm

On 6/25/2020 at 7:52 PM, ransomz said:

That is some seriously impressive possibility. I am looking forward to my set arriving. And let me say thank you for showing that picture of the Peter Parker figure with the glasses off. I was thinking they weren't removable. What a relief.

Are you talking about the pics where he's running? That Peter head isn't from the retro carded figure and doesn't come with glasses.

ADour - 2020-07-01 @ 12:17 pm
5 hours ago, Atlantis said:

I don't see them as too beefy; the Peter figure uses that standard, generic"civilian" buck which, with the exception of the one used for Wolverine, is too thin to be used for just anyone. They should have adjusted this figure so it would be more in line with Spidey's build. When you consider Peter's been jumping, running,swinging and fightingaround New York since he was 15, its not surprising his body has built up muscle tone up over that time. I look at "pizza" Spidey as the younger version, a few years after he started out, and this one as the Spidey in his mid-20s.

I mean, Peter's strength comes from his super-powers, not his muscle workout. And even if he has tonned muscles, he is not supposed to have hams for legs.

mako - 2020-07-01 @ 12:11 pm
On 6/25/2020 at 6:52 PM, ransomz said:

And let me say thank you for showing that picture of the Peter Parker figure with the glasses off. I was thinking they weren't removable.

Did I miss something? I saw the shot with the Peter head from the Spidey & Mary Jane 2-pack, but that's it. The last I saw, the glasses on Parker ARE glued on.

Atlantis - 2020-07-01 @ 6:17 am
On ?6?/?25?/?2020 at 11:42 PM, ADour said:

"... am I the only one that feels his upper legs are a bit too beefy?...Especially when it's side-to-side with the Peter Parker figure..."

I don't see them as too beefy; the Peter figure uses that standard, generic"civilian" buck which, with the exception of the one used for Wolverine, is too thin to be used for just anyone. They should have adjusted this figure so it would be more in line with Spidey's build. When you consider Peter's been jumping, running,swinging and fightingaround New York since he was 15, its not surprising his body has built up muscle tone up over that time. I look at "pizza" Spidey as the younger version, a few years after he started out, and this one as the Spidey in his mid-20s.

Bluecomet - 2020-06-26 @ 1:11 pm

Looking forward to this..I just hope they add more extra hands like they did with Shang-Chi...a web effect is most welcome as well...just hope in actual, it does match the high score reviews.

ADour - 2020-06-26 @ 7:42 am

After looking at this figure for a bit longer... am I the only one that feels his upper legs are a bit too beefy? (I mean, this would be an issue of the Sunfire mold itself, and not this figure in specific, but I just noticed it now) Especially when it's side-to-side with the Peter Parker figure. Compared to this new Spidey, the Peter figure looks better suited to complement the lankier pizza Spidey.

ransomz - 2020-06-25 @ 11:52 pm

That is some seriously impressive possibility. I am looking forward to my set arriving. And let me say thank you for showing that picture of the Peter Parker figure with the glasses off. I was thinking they weren't removable. What a relief.

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