New Spider-Man Collectible Statue Pays Tribute To PS4 Game
The past year has been quite an impressive year for everyone’s favorite web slinger. Spider-Man finally won an Oscar thanks to Into The Spiderverse, the MCU version of the character reached a million dollars the box office this year, and Insomniac Games’ PS4 title continues to be a fan favorite iteration of Peter Parker’s story. The Spider-Man PS4 game has seen nods in comics, and even in Spider-Man: Far From Home, and now it will be getting the highly detailed statue treatment it deserves. A new Spider-Man Sideshow Collectibles statue has been revealed that pays tribute to the PS4 game.
Sideshow and @PCSTOYS present the Spider-Man Advanced Suit 1:3 Scale Statue, swinging in direct from the world of Marvel’s Spider-Man!#Marvel #MarvelGames #SpiderManPS4 #SpiderMan #PCSToys #Statue #AdvancedSuit @insomniacgames @MarvelGameshttps://t.co/NgDU1u0SiD pic.twitter.com/O7Nza45RHT
— SideshowCollectibles (@collectsideshow) October 17, 2019
Sideshow Collectibles recently previewed the new statue on their official Twitter account. The 1:3 scale statue depicts Peter Parker in his advanced suit seen on the game’s cover art. The Spider-Man figure measures at 24 inches tall, and comes with a large base meant to be Mr. Negative’s energy looking to take control of Spidey. The statue also comes with a flexible spiderweb accessory for Peter to practice thwipping.
This statue is meant for only the most devoted Spider-fans as it will cost $1,100, and it will not be available until Jan-Mar of 2021. Still, for passionate fans, this Spider-Man Sideshow Collectibles statue look like it will be a gorgeous centerpiece of any Spidey fan’s collection in any dimension.
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