Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy 6-inch Collectible Action Figure Toy, With Spider-Ham Mini-Figure

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Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy 6-inch Collectible Action Figure Toy, With Spider-Ham Mini-Figure

Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy 6-inch Collectible Action Figure Toy, With Spider-Ham Mini-Figure

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So, it’s not a shock that he was amongst Revoltech’s first two releases (supplanted only by fan-favorite Deadpool). The heels on the boots are a little chunky, and I was happy to find that I didn’t have a lot of difficulty getting her to stand.

By nature of the figure’s design, his sculpt is, overall, rather unimpeded by the articulation, though he is rather segmented.Gwenpool actually gets a fair quantity of new pieces to set her apart from all the other Spider-Girl builds. All audio, visual and textual content on this site (including all names, characters, images, trademarks and logos) are protected by trademark, copyrights and other Intellectual Property rights owned by Hasbro or its subsidiaries, licensors, licensees, suppliers and accounts. Gwen is seen here in her attire from “The Night Gwen Stacy Died,” a suitable choice for her, given it not only captures the spirit of the character well, but is also a pretty slick look, and by far her most memorable design.

I was quite a big fan of Assemble Borg, an in-house line of theirs, but my experience with licensed figures has so far been limited two their two Aliens offerings. The head sits a touch high on the neck for my taste, and I wouldn’t have minded seeing a different set of hands used (I’m getting a little tired of that splayed oped hand), but the sculpt is overall a good translation of her design into three dimensions. Stacy is dressed in a textured black top with a purple skirt, a green jacket, and high-heeled boots that come up to the tops of her calves. Her accessories are maybe a little odd-ball, but they don’t detract from the core figure, and I’m pretty happy to at least get the MJ head as an option, given I never got the two-pack version back in the day.

Gwen was part of the rather small Legends tie-in for Into, and she’s also part of the much larger tie-in set-up for the sequel. Gwen’s okay, and honestly better than I expected, but Spidey’s just kind of pointless, even moreso than the unmasked figure from the same set. I’m a big fan of the Spider-Gwen design, and I appreciated the changes they made for the animated version. Gwen didn’t have a costume, but DST opted to put her in the outfit that most people remember: the one she died in.

We're trying to build the largest, most informative, and simplest to use action figure gallery on the planet for every person out there to enjoy. Of course, I see it more along the lines of Mystique‘s Lilandra head, or Skullbuster’s Reese head, where they *can* be used on the body they’re included with, but are more meant to give collectors a head that can go on another body, effectively giving them two figures in one. And yeah, I wouldn’t mind just having the Spider-Man and Gobbie to keep carded as showpieces, but no… I have to draw the line somewhere. The end result is a figure that can get into and hold some pretty spectacular and very Spidey-esqe poses. I really dig how the belt is brown and the loops are green, rather than just sculpting it all in one color to match the jacket.

Gwen did eventually get the Toy Biz treatment in their Silver Age line, one of their many one-off lines distributed through specialty retailers, so she wasn’t entirely left out of the fun. Scott Campbell’s version of the wall-crawler, with a little bit of Humberto Ramos’ very expressive version thrown in, and it’s all filtered through Revoltech’s usual style. I believe the figure was originally solicited as “Half-Masked Spider-Man”, and perhaps they realized this was too many words to fit on the packaging. From the neck down, he’s the same as the other two non-battle damaged Spider-Men, which I guess is good for consistency. The original Gwen Stacy may have been dead for 45 years, but that hasn’t stopped all sorts of variants of her from popping up.

It’s not an uncommon look for the character, and was of course prominently featured in the first Spider-Man movie, so I guess it makes sense? This pair aren’t from my personal collection, but were loaned to me for review by my friends over at All Time Toys.I’ve been waiting for Hasbro to do something like this for a while now and I’m happy to finally have it. There’s a slight bit of slop on the edges of the white parts, but it’s very minor, and not particularly noticeable. Today’s figure, however, kind of spits in the face of that whole thing, since by the time Toy Biz was making Marvel figures, Gwen Stacy was about two decades deceased, and Peter had been with Mary Jane Watson for about half of that time. There’s a new head, upper torso, forearms, shins, and feet, as well as add-ons for her belts and backpack. There’s the basic eyes, the squinty eyes, the asymmetric eyes (by far my favorite), and a fully unmasked face.



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