Beautiful Silk Statue Swings Its Way Into The Sideshow Spider-Verse Collection (GALLERY)
Now is an amazing time to be a collectible statue collector, especially if you are a Marvel fan. Collectibles company Sideshow has revealed the newest entry in its Mark Brooks Spider-Verse Collection – Silk. Originally making her debut in The Amazing Spider-Man comics, Cindy Moon – AKA Silk – is the second victim of the same spider that bit Peter Parker and give him his special powers. Cindy gains similar abilities, with the addition of the ability to create organic webbing. Unfortunately Cindy is unable to control her powers, and gets imprisoned before Spider-Man later shows up and breaks her out.
Designed by Mark Brooks, the polyresin Silk statue measures in at 15.5″ tall, featuring the heroine sitting atop a New York lamppost base wrapped with webbing. With her hand gripping a spiral of organic webs, it appears that Silk is ready to swing into a new adventure. There are actually two different versions of the statue. The Collector edition – shown above – features an unmasked portrait with her iconic red mask around her neck. The Exclusive edition of the statue includes a swap-out portrait that features a different hairstyle, with her red mask drawn up about the lower half of her face. Check out the gallery below for a better look:
The Silk statue is the perfect addition to the rest of the Mark Brooks Spider-Verse Collection, which includes both Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen. Pre-orders have begun for the Silk statue, which runs for $415 for the Collector edition and $425 for the Exclusive edition.
The full artist credits for the Silk statue can be found below:
- Design: Mark Brooks, Jean-Paul Mavinga
- Sculpt: Jack Matthews and Alfred Paredes
- Mold and Cast: Daniel Staig, Brenton Henriques, Chadwick Andersen
- Paint: Diana Loffler, Kat Sapene
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