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Spider-Man Spider Power - 1998



This series really did not have much to offer but a few more Spider-Man variants and another Venom.


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Slime Shaker Venom


This Venom was not one of the better ones, as he has a sort of monkey like appearance. He does however have a good deal of articulation in him and is a bit taller than most other figures. The original head in the prototype pictures was more modern but for reasons unknown they attempted to replicate his more classic look which ends up not looking quite right. A head similar to this figure's prototype head was used on later Venom figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Spider Sense Spider-Man


This figure can be considered a nice prelude to the Spider-Man Classics figures that will later come out in the near-future. The figure itself is taller than most previous Spider-Man figures and features an excellent amount of articulation. It also has a decent sculpt. The only downside is some fans may not like his light-up eyes. This figure, aswell as Slime Shaker Venom can fit in the 6 inch scale. The figure was later re-released in the post-Marvel Legends Spider-Man Classics toyline. A different figure with light-up eyes and a similar name was also released in the Spider-Man Classics toyline aswell.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Street Warrior Spider-Man


This Spider-man was dressed in ripped up clothes over his Spider-man outfit like he sometimes looked in the comics.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Triple Threat Spider-Man


This figure seems to be modeled after his old school armored look he briefly donned in the early comics. The figure itself is a bit larger and bulkier than most other Spider-Man figures and is very detailed. It would have been a nice update to the older Armored Spider-Man, but this figure is painted up like the traditional red/blue Spidey suit rather than silver/black.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00

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