Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy 6-inch Collectible Action Figure Toy, With Spider-Ham Mini-Figure
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Under the mask is a Peter Parker face, with more or less the same expression as what’s on the bottom of the mask piece. Gwen uses the Phoenix body as a starting point, but is mostly made up of new parts, with only the legs and hands ultimately being re-used.
Stacy is dressed in a textured black top with a purple skirt, a green jacket, and high-heeled boots that come up to the tops of her calves. I was very happy about both sets of hands being included, since the last Gwen only got one of each style. Today’s figure, however, kind of spits in the face of that whole thing, since by the time Toy Biz was making Marvel figures, Gwen Stacy was about two decades deceased, and Peter had been with Mary Jane Watson for about half of that time. This Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy 6-inch scale figure comes with a Spider-Ham mini-figure, and 3 accessories, and features premium design, detail, and articulation for posing and display in a Marvel collection. The end result is a figure that can get into and hold some pretty spectacular and very Spidey-esqe poses.I believe the figure was originally solicited as “Half-Masked Spider-Man”, and perhaps they realized this was too many words to fit on the packaging.
While Miles’ new parts were all very texture heavy and didn’t really mesh well with the old parts, Gwen’s are actually a bit more sleek and clean, meaning they line-up a bit better.The fists and the web-shooting hands have spots to plug in weblines, making for even more dynamic set-ups. PREMIUM ARTICULATION AND DETAILING: The quality 6-inch Legends Series Retro Collection Gwen Stacy figure features multiple points of articulation and is a great addition to any action figure collection. This 6-inch Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gwen Stacy figure features multiple points of articulation and is a great addition to any action figure collection. Gwen didn’t have a costume, but DST opted to put her in the outfit that most people remember: the one she died in. She’s one of three figures that are repeated characters from the movie, and arguably the least changed of the three in raw design terms.
From the neck down, he’s the same as the other two non-battle damaged Spider-Men, which I guess is good for consistency. They definitely follow the Todd McFarlane style guide for webs, which is a good a good one to go by. The good folks here at Figure Realm try to give you accurate, unbiased, and most importantly, free information on action figures all day everyday! Her inclusion as the heavier packed figure between her and Mary Jane was somewhat odd, seeing as she has a rather minor role in the film. Her jacket could probably stand to be a few more shades removed from the flesh-toned plastic, but that’s a minor issue.Gwen was part of the rather small Legends tie-in for Into, and she’s also part of the much larger tie-in set-up for the sequel. I’m not a fan of this piece; it’s awkwardly shaped, and, for some reason, the bottom, unmasked portion of his face is a part of the piece, making his head look really bloated. In terms of paint work, this Gwen, much like her predecessor, does suffer from just a bit of fuzziness in some spots, but for the most part it works out pretty well. Her Legends release hit shelves in record time, and this one wasn’t that far behind, hitting less than three years after her original appearance. This pair aren’t from my personal collection, but were loaned to me for review by my friends over at All Time Toys.