Fans of the Miles Morales Spider-Man will be able to rejoice as Mezco has announced this figure as a SDCC Exclusive.
Although many associate the name Peter Parker with Spider-Man, the hero’s mantle was taken up by Miles Morales in Ultimate Fallout # 44. Following the death of Peter Parker, the teen Morales became Spider-Man after gaining powers similar to those of the original Spider-Man, which were derived from the bite of a spider genetically engineered by Spider-Man’s nemesis, Norman Osborn, in an attempt to duplicate those abilities.
The Miles Morales Spider-Man joins the One:12 Collective with a comprehensively detailed outfit featuring the unique design and colors worn by the character.
THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE SUMMER EXCLUSIVE FIGURE FEATURES:
- Detailed head portrait
- One:12 Collective body with over 30 points of articulation
- Hand painted authentic detailing
- Over 16cm tall
- Six (6) interchangeable hands including
- One (1) pair of fists (L & R)
- One (1) pair of web-shooting hands (L & R)
- One (1) posing hand (R)
- One (1) wall-crawling hand (L)
- Five (5) Weblines that loop over the figure’s wrists for posing
- Acrylic eye lenses
- Spandex outfit with web detail and spider insignia
- One (1) of webline style A
- One (1) of webline style B
- One (1) of webline style C
- One (1) of webline style D
- One posable webline
- One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
- One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post
Each Summer Exclusive One:12 Collective Miles Morales Spider-Man figure is packaged in a deluxe, collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind, there are no twist ties for easy in and out of package display.
This Summer Exclusive One:12 Collective Miles Morales Spider-Man is only available through the Mezco Toyz website or the Mezco Toyz SDCC booth #3445.
Being a fan of the One:12 Collective line, this is an easy pass for me. First of all, I’m not that familiar with the Miles Morales character as I have stopped reading comics for sometime now. The costume also doesn’t appeal much to me as I have always likeD the classic red and blue look of Spider-Man.
Secondly, this figure does not come with an unmasked head as compared to other figures such as Captain America and Daredevil. The red costume Daredevil itself came with an unmasked head and two other alternate heads as compared to this one. I just feel that this figure is lacking in accessories as compared to other figures from the line. Three different pairs of hands, four different style weblines and one posable webline just doesn’t cut it for me.
I would rather spend my money on the Punisher and Daredevil whom I feel come with more accessories and alternate heads as compare to this figure. My advice if you really want a One : 12 Collective Spider-Man figure, go for the classic red and blue version but that’s just me.
For those of you who are not attending this year’s SDCC, you can still order this figure from Mezco’s website. The item will be ship out after SDCC.
Stay tuned to Exclu for a full review of this figure in the future.
Original images and product description from www.mezcotoyz.com