Odin Makes shows us how to make cheap but great-looking replicas of the web shooters that Spidey uses in Spider-Man: Homecoming. They’re made mainly out of foam floor mats and craft foam. If you want to make your own, you can get Odin’s patterns here.
Celebrate the release of one of Marvel’s best movies yet with Mondo’s Spider-Man: Homecoming 1.4″ enamel pins. Sadly, there are no May or Ned pins, but you can choose from Spidey’s homemade suit, his high-tech suit, and the Vulture. You can also get all three for $25.
Hot Toys’ latest Iron Man action figure is based on Iron Man’s appearance in Spider-Man Homecoming. The 13″ tall figure has 28 LED light up points and has tons of interchangeable parts and accessories, including a new weapon that was hinted at in the movie’s trailers.
Hot Toys’ sixth-scale action figure is based on Webhead’s high-tech costume in Spider-Man: Homecoming. It comes with an alternate unmasked head, five pairs of hands, four pairs of eye pieces and more. The Deluxe version comes with a yellow blazer and blue hoodie.
Peter shows off his fancy Stark Industries suit, beats up the Avengers, stares at his phone, and eats a churro in the latest trailer for Spidey’s big return. We’re just hoping that Marvel hasn’t decided that one-liners are more important than plot and character development.
We always wondered why Peter Parker was able to shoot webs from his wrists, when that’s not where spider webs come from. Corridor finally sets the record straight with their take on a human-arachnid mutant. We still think ADHD’s version was more accurate.
Marvel rings the bell for the hype train with a short interview with the cast and crew of Avengers: Infinity War. The two-part film is the culmination of nearly a decade of after credit-scenes. Seriously though we hope they can make Thanos interesting.
(PG-13) A group of artists spent about a year making separate short videos to recreate The Vulture’s Prey, an episode from the 1967 Spider-Man TV series. There are all kinds of animation styles, as well as some live action, backed by the original’s cheesy dialogue.
8 years ago, ItsJustSomeRandomGuy created a series of parody Mac vs. PC ads with action figures debating Marvel vs. DC Comics. The first episode’s predictions were so accurate that we’re wondering if he’s Waverider. Also, we now know why Batman v. Superman is a thing.