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Unboxing/Review: Marvel Legends 6″ Cosmic Spider-Man Figure

To say I was giddy when I found out Hasbro was making a Cosmic Spider-Man action figure is an understatement. It’s a crown jewel action figure fans have wanted for ages as it was a time in Spider-Man’s history that was incredible, fun, and very different. It’s also a rather awesome costume and whoever decided to have just the Spider-Man mask peek out and nothing else was a genius.

Overall this figure is all about the paint job, which is excellent. Check out our full review and unboxing below to see more:

Marvel Legends 6″ Cosmic Spider-Man Figure
Publisher: Hasbro


The action figure is up for preorder now and will be found in stores soon, but we were lucky enough to snag a copy off Amazon. Part of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 line from Marvel Legends, this is one of 7 action figures in the set, each coming with a build a figure piece that builds Vulture’s wings.

The action figure appears to be based on the UK Spider-Man Marvel Legends action figure which came out last year. It’s a more muscular and thick looking Spider-Man, which is just fine because he can fly after all so why pose him in crazy Spider-Man poses?

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Marvel Legends 6" Cosmic Spider-Man Figure
Conclusion
The paint job makes this toy. The blue is shiny, the cosmic bubbles perfect, and the overall look great.
The paint job is excellent
The three heads make this a multi-functional toy
The body type was a perfect choice. Spidey is thicker with the muscle, which suits his Cosmic look
Light on extras with just the two heads
A paint defect or two is possible
9
Great
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