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Toying Around Reviews - Disney's Marvel Toy Box: Spider-Man


Today we will be taking a look Spider-Man from Disney's all-new figure line exclusive line, The Toy Box. The Toy Box is a line of figures based on the looks from the now-defunct Infinity video game. There are three different subcategories, Toy Story, Star Wars, and Marvel. We will be looking at Thor from the Marvel Toy Box.

 

Packaging: Before we open this up, let's take a look at the packaging.

The new Marvel Toy Box figures come with a standard-size blister card. At the top, you have the Disney Store exclusive logo with the Marvel Toy Box Logo running down the left side of the box. Spider-Man is clearly displayed inside the blister card. Behind him, you have a big blue #3 as he is the 3rd figure in the Marvel Toy Box. Down the bottom, you have Spider-Man's name. Turning the box to the side you have a clear side look at Spider-Man and his retractable webbing. This is perfect for collectors who wish to keep the figure mint inside the box. On the back of the box, we have a brief little bio about the Toy Box and the big #3 again to let you know he is the 3rd figure in this line. Right below we have a picture of Iron Man and SpiderMan both based on the looks from Spider-Man Homecoming. Flipping the box around one more time we have some artwork of Spider-Man. This is the artwork of Spider-Man that appeared in the Disney Infinity Game.

 

Outside of the Box: Let's open the box and take a closer look at the figure.

Taking Spider-Man out of the box, you get a good look at how this Spider-Man is based on his look from the Homecoming moving.

 

Accessories: Let's see what kind of accessories the figure comes with.

The only thing Spider-Man comes with is his retractable webbing.

 

Articulation: How can we pose the figure? Let's find out!

Hinged Mushroom Pegged Head - Allows you to swivel the head 360 degrees. The joint also allows you to move the head back and forth. Ball Jointed Shoulders - Gives the arm 360-degree rotation and also the ability to raise and lower the arm. Singles Jointed Swivel Elbows - this allows for a 90-degree bend at the elbow. The swivel in the elbow allows for a complete 360-degree rotation of the lower arm. Hinged Swivel Wrists - allows you to turn her wrists in a full 360-degree circle, as well as bend them up and down. Waist Swivel - this lets you be able to turn the figure around 360 degrees at the waist. Hinged Legs - This allows the legs to move out to the side along with some front and back motion. Single Jointed Knees - This joint, although limited, allows you to bend the knees. The bend is less than 90 degrees. Hinged Ankles - The ankle hinge allows you to bend the foot front and back.

 

Size Comparison: How does the size of this figure compare to others?

Spider-Man stands right around 5 inches tall. First, we have Spider-Man standing next to Iron Man from the Marvel Legends Spider-Man: Homecoming line. Next, we have Spider-Man standing next to the Marvel Legends Homecoming Spider-Man and also the Marvel Legends pizza-eating Spider-Man.

 

Rating: What are Baby Huey's scores for the figure?

Paint Job 3/5 The paint on Spider-Man is not that bad, however, I did have to go through at least 7-8 different figures at the Disney store to find one that had good paint. Figure Sculpt 4/5 The look of the figure is just about perfect. He looks like he would have been the design/look if Disney had made a 4.0 to the game. Posing / Durability 2/5 For a Spider-Man figure, you can get him into some good poses. The lack of a web-shooting hand does hurt the figure a little. I mean it is Spider-Man, he shoots webs, it's kinda his thing. so he should have at least one, not two open fist hands. Overall Score 3/5 It's not a great figure but it isn't also a bad figure. The Toy Box figures are made for younger kids so if you are buying them for kids you should have no issues. Retail Cost: $12.95 The only place to pick up the Disney Toy Box Figures is at the Disney Store or online at Disney's Website.

 

Time for some Toying Around!



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