"With great power comes great responsibility"
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has joined the outstanding J. Scott Campbell Spider-Man collection from Sideshow Collectibles. The beloved web-slinger scales the skyscrapers of New York City in our dynamic new comiquette, designed by the incomparable comic artist J. Scott Campbell. This is one lucky wall-crawler, accompanied by his charming and irresistible leading ladies, the Spider-Man Comiquette completes this must-have collection.
Spider-Man needs no introduction. Who in the world doesn't know Spider-Man? There have been so many renditions of Spider-Man and so many action figures / toys / statues so what's one more, right? Except this one is by J. Scott Campbell and it looks good. At a height of 19 inches (482.6mm), it certainly will stand out. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures.
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Spider-Man joins his charming and irresistible leading ladies: Mary Jane Watson (previewed earlier HERE) and Gwen Stacy (pictures HERE)
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