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Pretty much everyone agrees that Tom Holland delivered as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War.

Well, you know you’ve made it when you become a Funko Pop figure.

Indeed, Funko has announced a new Pop set with Hawkeye and Spider-Man Pop vinyl figures and keychains of Captain America and Iron Man. Spidey even has Cap’s shield. You have to admit, that’s pretty neat.

Captain America: Civil War Pop! Vinyl Figure And Key Chain ($29.99)

(via CBR)


You may have seen glimpses previously, but now we’ve got a good look at the Marvel Manga Realization samurai Spider-Man Figure from Tamashii Nations. The 7″ figure features a Japanese sword set, a very cool chain and grappling hook weapon as his webbing, and interchangeable hands.

Pre-orders start April 28th with an estimated arrival in August for 9,504 Yen (about $86 USD). Check out more pics below.

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Hot HOT off the presses—the second trailer for Captain America: Civil War.

Guess who makes an appearance at the very end?

Watch it below and let us know your thoughts.

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Based on this image and a tweet, it looks like Tamashii Nations is adding Marvel to their Movie Realization line. Spider-Man is going Samurai and the figure is, well—pretty out there. In our opinion, the samurai theme doesn’t work nearly as well with Spider-Man as as it does with Star Wars.

No pricing or release date has been announced thus far.

(via Toyark)


Everyone’s favorite web slinging hero Spider-Man has seen his fair share of weird incarnations over the years. Some of my favorites include his brief costume change into Bombastic Bag-Man and the short lived Peter Porker from Marvel’s anthropomorphic universe Earth-8311.

Our friends over at Pure Costumes put together another great infographic showcasing all the fun alternate versions of Spider-Man. Take a journey through the weirdness after the break…

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Dragon Ball Z already allows for the fusion of characters to create more powerful characters, so it’s not surprising that French artist Pierre-Marie Lenoir gave some thought to what would happen in a fusion between DBZ and some of your favorite comic book characters.

His Behance project, aptly titled “Fusions”, does just that. Batman, Robin, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Conan all go into the mix.

Check out the results after the break.

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Square Enix is adding to their already amazing Play Arts Kai Action Figure line with a Marvel Universe Spider-Man and both Harley Quinn and Robin from Batman: Arkham Knight.

Of the three, I like Robin best, but they’re all pretty frickin’ fantastic. The detail is, as always, stellar and the poseability and additional accessories seem to be worth shelling out the extra cash for.

Head after the break to see more pictures.

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Last year, artist Mauricio Abril created an image of poor Spider-Man as a little kid being dragged away from all the fun being had by The Avengers. The art was so cute it even made the rounds at Sony Pictures.

Now that Spider-Man will officially be back in the MCU, Abril is back with a follow-up. Spider-Man gleefully joins them in a sandbox where Tony Stark is busy building a sand Iron Man helmet. Notice the Marvel and Sony businessmen making a deal in the background. One of them is even wearing mouse ears (click to enlarge).

See the sad original artwork after the break.

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Sony has announced that Spider-Man will hit theaters in animated form in 2018 with Phil Miller and Chris Lord (The LEGO Movie) at the helm.

As you probably know, Spider-Man’s next film appearance will be for Marvel in Captain America: Civil War which drops in May of 2016. However, the press release below notes that the animated movie will “exist independently” of the live-action projects.

On July 20, 2018, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller the directors of The Lego Movie, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and 21 and 22 Jump Street, are taking Spider-Man back to his graphic roots with the first-of-its-kind animated Spider-Man feature, it was announced today at CinemaCon by Tom Rothman, chairman of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group. The film will exist independently of the projects in the live-action Spider-Man universe, all of which are continuing.

Lord & Miller are masterminding the project, writing the treatment and producing the film.

As previously announced, Spider-Man will next appear in a live-action Marvel film from Marvel’s Cinematic Universe (MCU). Sony Pictures will thereafter release the next installment of its $4 billion Spider-Man franchise, on July 28, 2017, a live-action film being produced by Kevin Feige at Marvel and Amy Pascal, who oversaw the franchise launch for the studio 13 years ago. The animated film from Lord & Miller, dated July 20, 2018, has Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, and Pascal also serving as producers.

(via io9)

Oh, Deadpool

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Check out the full image after the break…

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