Marvel Spider-Man Titan Hero Series Spider-Man Figure

Imagine big web-slinging adventures with this Titan Hero Series Spider-Man figure! This figure features basic articulation and measures in at a towering 12 inch scale, so you can imagine giant-sized battles! Collect other Titan Hero Series figures for more battling action! (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.) Copyright Marvel. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

Product Features

  • 12 inch scale action figure with basic articulation
  • Highly detailed features
  • Create giant action figure battles
  • Includes figure

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Marvel Spider-Man Titan Hero Series Spider-Man 12-Inch Figure

Spider-Man is on the streets for justice, and this awesome 12-inch Spider-Man figure looks just like him! The bad guys don’t stand a chance when this titan crime-fighter stands against them. Get this incredible figure into your adventures! Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • High quality toys for children all ages
  • Made using safe materials
  • Tested for quality and durability
  • Spider-Man figure
  • Figure stands 12 inches tall
  • Looks just like the web-slinging crime-fighter
  • Includes figure

Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man Titan Hero Series Ultimate Spider-Man Figure

What’s more powerful than a web-slinging superhero? The Ultimate web-slinging superhero! This awesome Ultimate Spider-Man figure looks like Spider-Man and he’s even more dangerous to the bad guys! Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • From the Marvel Titan Hero Collection comes the black suited Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Looks like Spider-Man
  • Figure stands 12 inches tall

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Marvel Chibi superheroes: Avengers Assemble! + X-Men, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man & Venom

Chibi (ちび or チビ) is a Japanese slang word meaning “short person” or “small child”. The word has gained currency among fans of manga and anime. Its meaning is of someone or some animal that is small. It can be translated as “little”, but is not used the same way as chiisana [小さな] (tiny, small, little in Japanese) but rather cute. In English-speaking anime and manga fandom (otaku), the term chibi has mostly been conflated with the “super deformed” style of drawing characters with oversized heads or it can be used to describe child versions of characters.

These Marvel Chibi superhero figures were part of my November haul (see post HERE). I got them because they were cute (and cheap!). They didn’t cost a lot and they were too cute to resist. The wife likes them and what the wife wants, the wife gets. After all, she supports me in my hobby 100% and puts up with having all the figures and toys displayed all over the house. She loves the whole toy museum look which she says makes the house unique and different from other houses. I’m so blessed to have such a supportive wife and partner so this toy blog post is dedicated to her 🙂

I’m not even sure who produced these as I got them loose and apparently there are twelve in the complete set. The picture above is pretty much the Avengers Assembled, the Marvel Studios film version consisting of Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Captain America and Black Widow (minus Hawkeye). The other characters in the Marvel Chibi superheroes set are: Falcon, Spider-Man, Venom (only super villain included), Wolverine, Storm, The Thing and Silver Surfer.

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I think the colors for Captain America are not right so I decided to tweak it to the color closest to Cap. I don’t know why they didn’t get the colors right in the first place ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Related posts:
Avengers Assemble – a gathering of heroes (Famous Covers style) posted in my toy blog HERE
Top Ten (10) Greatest Avengers of All-Time posted HERE
Avengers Assemble! SDCC 2011 Exclusive: Mini Muggs Avengers Reviews HERE and HERE
Hot Toys The Avengers 1/6 Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow 12″ collectible figure Reviews HERE, HERE and HERE
Famous Covers The Vision by Toy Biz (pictures HERE)
Hot Toys Iron Man 2: Mark IV 1/6 Figure REVIEWS HERE, HERE and HERE
Review of Marvel Comics Hawkeye 1/6th scale Costume and Equipment set for Captain Action posted HERE
Hot Toys The Avengers: 1/6 Captain America 12-inch Collectible Figure Reviews HERE, HERE and HERE

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Tomopop Review: DST’s Marvel Select Amazing Spidey 2 Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was the somewhat lukewarm follow-up to Sony’s Spider-Man reboot. The film notably improved on Spider-Man’s costume, giving movie-goers something closer to what they were used to, while jumping all over the board with everything else.

Merchandise-wise, however, collector-level offerings were surprisingly scarce. Sure, a few figures popped up in the overly expensive 1/6-scale but, for the most part, the line just didn’t get the same big movie treatment as the original trilogy.

Diamond Select Toys, which was unable to get the reference materials to design an Electro figure, wound up releasing a new Spider-Man (based on the ASM2 look) in several different configurations. (Although there was no metallic version like last time.) While the Marvel Select ASM1 Spider-Man was pretty cool, DST apparently decided to go in a very different direction with the “sequel” to its figure. How does it stack up against the previous one?

Full review after the jump.

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Cars Hot Wheels Scorpion Attack Thomas and Friends Batman Spider-Man Angry Birds Race Challenge

Hot Wheels Scorpion Attack Set. Can Batman Spider-Man Cars Lightning McQueen Sally Finn McMissile Angry Birds Bomb Thomas Percy and the resident Hot Wheels car survive the Scorpion attack or …

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My October 2014 / Birthday Haul: Spider-Man, Venom, Nova and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

So what did I get for my birthday? Would you believe it if I told you I didn’t get anything 1/6th scale on my birthday? Not ONE 12-inch figure. I couldn’t believe it myself haha The thing is, unlike toy collecting back in the day where you actually go out and hunt for 12-inch figures you want, today’s toy collecting environment is a pre-order and wait situation whereby you get to preview stuff you like and then you place an order (pre-order) the item and wait for its release. Certainly teaches you patience as you cannot hurry the product but must wait for the call from the retailer that the stuff you ordered has arrived. I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of a very highly anticipated Heavy Armoured Special Cop any day now (check out my post HERE if you want to know what or who I’m talking about).

It so happens that there were no new 12-inch figure being released on my birthday week which means there’s no 1/6 scale haul for my birthday toy blog post. What I did get are still some very nice action figures, including some impulse buys which are rare for me these days, given the internet and how you know what’s coming out and what to expect.

So for my birthday, I got for myself the Disney Infinity Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man, Venom and Nova figures plus the first pair of the Kaiyodo Revoltech Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TMNT action figures (Leonardo and Raphael) as well as a Captain America shield power bank.

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I had gotten the Disney Infinity “Pirates of the Caribbean” Davy Jones and Hector Barbosa 4-inch 10 cm Animated Marquette Figures in December 2013 because I just fell in love with the stylized design and rendering (you can check out the toy blog posts HERE and HERE) so when I came across this Disney Infinity Marvel Venom animated marquette figure, I had to get him. One of the reasons that got me into toy collecting was seeing the characters I’ve read in the comic books being brought to life in 3D and in this instance, Venom was captured beautifully in one single pose. I LOVE it! Check out my recent post titled “Why do adults collect toys?” HERE to better understand what goes on in our heads when we do what we do.
Because I have already decided on Venom (this was the impulse buy as I never intended to get him at all), I had to get Spider-Man as well since Venom will feel lonely and left out if he was displayed on the toy shelf all by himself. Unfortunately, Spider-Man was only available as a two-pack with Nova so I ended up with three Disney Infinity Marvel Superheroes animated marquette figures.
The Disney Infinity Guardians of the Galaxy animated marquette figures have also been released but I told myself to not get into that as well. There was no compulsion for them unlike Venom.
Next up: Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Leonardo by Kaiyodo Revoltech. These TMNT action figures are nothing like Playmates version and they are supposed to be highly articulated. I liked them the moment I saw the prototype / preview pictures and pre-ordered them as soon as they were up. Now that I see them in hand, I am glad I did 🙂 You can check out the preview pictures of all four TMNT on my toy blog HERE. Not sure why Kaiyodo didn’t release all four at the same time though. Now I have to wait for the remaining two ninja turtles to be released.
And here’s Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Raphael by Kaiyodo Revoltech
Last but not least, Captain America shield power bank from the wife 🙂

Time certainly flies! Not too long ago, I posted of my October 2013 loot (see the post HERE) and now it’s 2014! That’s fast even though it has been a year.

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