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Old November 17th, 2017, 02:18:12 PM   #1
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Default Marvel universe spider?man webslinger artfx statue

Well, this is not the Fine Art series, but a 1/6 Artifx (PVC) release. Looks good.

https://www.kotous.com/retailstore/m...fx-statue.html

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! In 1962 Stan Lee created the character of Spider-Man, the teen aged Peter Parker granted extraordinary powers by the bite of a radioactive spider. With great power comes great responsibility, and Spider-Man has ever since used that power to save lives and protect the innocent. The innovative superhero would go on to become one of the most popular and famous characters of all time, appearing in hundreds of comic books, television shows, and multiple comic book blockbuster film franchises. And now, everyone’s favorite neighborhood hero makes a dynamic entrance into the 1/6th scale ARTFX Statue series soaring through the skies of New York with the incredible SPIDER-MAN WEBSLINGER!

Spider-Man is on the move, web swinging through the city on his way to take down the latest menace! The webslinger is captured like never before as he whips around a skyscraper with a strand of webbing reaching out to his next anchor point. Peter Parker wears his traditional red and blue costume, recreated here with painstaking sculpted detail in the fabric’s texture and the superhero’s lean muscled physique. His swinging pose, pulling down on the web strand as his legs start to rise, is taken directly from the comics, and the flexibility and movement adds a unique element to this presentation. In addition, the Webslinger statue is a new hybrid form with the New York skyscraper base constructed using cold casting to highlight the texture of the stonework while Spider-Man himself is made from PVC to capture the hero’s movement and detail. Meanwhile, the stark colors of the column are the perfect counterpoint to Spider-Man’s brightly colored outfit, really making it pop visually!

SKU MK237
License Marvel
Scale 1/6
Material PVC(Phthalate-free)?ABS
Series Marvel
UPC 190526007642
Release Date Late March 2018
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Old November 17th, 2017, 02:40:48 PM   #2
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I like how Spidey looks. The floating web line looks odd and the base is very plain to be so large.
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I like how Spidey looks. The floating web line looks odd and the base is very plain to be so large.
Agree about the base.
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Old November 17th, 2017, 04:48:55 PM   #4
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"Spider-Man himself is made from PVC to capture the hero’s movement and detail"
Wow, talk about feeding us a load of dung... pass...


One More Statue and I am Done

1) Moon Knight - White
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Old November 17th, 2017, 05:42:20 PM   #5
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Yeah, it seems there are more and more “statues” being made from pvc. I don’t think I like that trend, especially when the prices are about the same as poly stone. Should be cheaper IMO. The Sideshow Swamp Thing will be pvc as well. Huge statue and very expensive.
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