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First SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Toys Revealed

First SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Toys Revealed

Spider-Man, Spider-Man…. Rule the toy aisle, he sure can!

It’s not like he ever really left toy stores: ol’ webhead is as perennial a presence in toy stores as Batman and Darth Vader. But it’s been quite a while–save for one exclusive three-pack last year–since we’ve seen a movie-based line, and with NYC’s Toy Fair just around the corner, Hasbro has revealed the first figures and playsets from Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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You didn’t really think they’d unveil villains that haven’t been officially announced yet, did you? Those will come later. For now, check out the 6-inch Marvel Legends-style figures of Spider-Man (with web cannon), Vulture, and Homemade Costume Spider-Man; three other figures to be revealed later will complete the assortment. There are also special “Feature Figures” in the same scale: a Vulture with opening wings and a Spidey with light-up webs. The Spider-Racer, shown above, probably won’t be in the movie, but it will likely be found in plenty of living rooms this summer, as it fires Nerf darts.

And then there are the playsets, which I had to double-check on, as it was hard to believe they’re in 6-inch scale. But indeed they are! The $44.99 Vulture Attack set lets you grab the Vulture (included) with webs, while the $99.99 Mega-City stands a whopping 4 feet tall. Both feature prominent Spider-Man signage, so you know whose city it is. Before you jump the gun, the figures shown are for display purposes–I wouldn’t take this as any kind of “proof” Venom will be in the movie. That doesn’t mean you can’t play as if he were, though.

Will any of these toys be coming home with you? Check them out in our gallery below, and then let us know in comments!

Images: Hasbro

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