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Hasbro Spider-Man Far From Home 3 in 1 Web Gear Spider-Man Toy REVIEW

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Spidey goes suit shopping — Here’s a look at the Hasbro Spider-Man Far From Home 3 in 1 Web Gear Spider-Man Toy!

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I agree it is a nice figure, and the spiderweb shooter and alternative costumes are neat features; but I find it difficult to warm up to such limited articulation. Hasbro has a history of doing this with figures featuring electronic sound -- for example the Rogue One Stormtrooper which was very nicely sculpted (quality and paint were a different issue), who had no more articulation than the original 3.75" Kenner Stormtroopers (except for the ability of the head to rotate).


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Indeed, GubernatorFan. It’s always a shame when they have to limit articulation due to an added gimmick, sound effect or what have you. I think of the recent Marvel Legends Six-Armed Spider-Man and subsequent Demogoblin which uses the same mold, and how restricted they were just to accommodate the added limbs.

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TheReviewSpot wrote:Indeed, GubernatorFan. It’s always a shame when they have to limit articulation due to an added gimmick, sound effect or what have you. I think of the recent Marvel Legends Six-Armed Spider-Man and subsequent Demogoblin which uses the same mold, and how restricted they were just to accommodate the added limbs.

True. I imagine it does make things a little more complicated, but what good are more limbs if they are not articulated? They could learn a thing or two from Figma's Vitruvian Man.


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