When the preorders was released for Spidey, I was amused as it is the first time Good Smile Company has ever produced anything from american comics. How will the public react to this?
The top and bottom design of the box is rather unique. Spidey is looking good on the box!
Not much accessories but it has a very awesome looking base.
See what I mean?
They included a suction stand! Now Spidey can swing around like a pro.
Do you want to see who is behind that mask?
Kuma-kun! (Taken from Nendoroid Kuma, the head is not included in the Spider-Man package.)
Don’t you think he looks fitting with the Spider-man body?
Ending it all, I must say Spider-man is worth the money. Although it costs a bit more compared to regular Nendoroids, at a price of 3800 yen, Spidey looks cute in Nendoroid form and the details are so loveable!
The public must love this Spidey Nendoroid as I don’t see it being readily available anywhere. It seems like a good idea for Good Smile Company to start on the Avengers series!
But alas! The head seems to have a substantial amount of weight that the body was unable to support and fell off a couple of times when I was trying to pose him up properly.
The right arm broke at the joint too! Fortunately, it wasn’t obvious at all but because of these factors, it affected the final rating that I’m going to give.