close menu
SPIDER-GWEN Gets Her Own Mondo Poster and Figure

SPIDER-GWEN Gets Her Own Mondo Poster and Figure

Spider-Gwen first appeared in Edge of the Spiderverse #2 in an alternate Spidey universe in which New York’s friendly, neighborhood Spider-Hero wasn’t Peter Parker, but Gwen Stacy. The story was an intriguing move to turn a former flame of Peter Parker into a costumed hero, and it was one that most fans met with lots of love and excitement. Her inaugural appearance in the Marvel comics universe sold out incredibly quickly, and soon led to her own series. (Though referred to by the people of this version of the city as Spider-Woman, we know and love her as Spider-Gwen.)

To celebrate the awesome Spider-Gwen (and maybe encourage the Marvel to invite the Spidey Gwen Stacy to the MCU party? Wishful thinking, but mayyybee?), Mondo will be putting some impressive Spider-Gwen figures and posters on sale tomorrow (via Screen Rant).

There are two version of the Spider-Gwen figure. One is a mass released version of Spider-Gwen chilling on top of a building either snapping a selfie or slinging some web (your choice, her hands are interchangeable). The other figure is a Mondo exclusive which features her in the same place, but with an interchangeable head to feature her masked or unmasked!

The posters also feature a widely-produced version and a Mondo variant. Illustrated by Rosemary Vallero-O’Connell, the posters have a pink tint and feature Spider-Gwen chilling on top of a theater (that happens to be advertising a show from Gwen’s band, The Mary Janes). Like the figure, you can snag a version of her masked or unmasked.

You can get a better look of the images back at ScreenRant, and be sure to head over to the Mondo site tomorrow when they officially go on sale! What do you think of the figure and the posters? Do you like the masked or unmasked versions better? Tell us what you think in the comments!

 

Featured image: Marvel Comics

Understanding the Bran/Night King Theory From GAME OF THRONES

Understanding the Bran/Night King Theory From GAME OF THRONES

article
Google the RICK AND MORTY Catchphrase

Google the RICK AND MORTY Catchphrase "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub" for a Surprising Response

article
History of Thrones: The Chilling Legend of a [SPOILER]

History of Thrones: The Chilling Legend of a [SPOILER]

article