Queens Studios, the maker of some of the most realistic pop culture collectibles such as the Alita 1:1 statue that impressed James Cameron too, has recently thrown a series of events for its US and Asia’s largest pop culture collectors. In these events, Queens Studios showed off limited edition hyper-real collectibles, including life-size busts of …
I don’t believe Maguire’s Spider-Man ever appeared in the S.H. Figuarts line. But it finally did after 20 years since the first Spider-Man movie hit the theaters. That alone made the newly revealed S.H. Figuarts Spider-Man Peter 2 Action Figure [JP] a worthy figure to collect.
Never mind if people said that Doctor Strange’s trippy reality-bending visuals aka the building-bending scenes are, cinematically speaking, “rip-off” of Christopher Nolan’s Inception because it is not quite. It is more than just architecture bending; it is the entire reality that got bent and because it made a return in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Super fan of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man with pockets as deep as the blackhole may want to know there is a new collectible based on the Iron Spider suit as seen in the Avengers: Infinity War from pop culture statue maker, Queen Studios.
Remember how we commented that the teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home felt more like a full-on trailer than a teaser trailer that it said it is? Well, the recently posted official trailer made us take back our words. Apparently, we ain’t see nothing yet.
Technically, Spider-Man’s headgear is not a helmet; it is a mask. But it might as well be, especially with the Iron Spider suit that Tony Stark created for Peter Parker in MCU. The suit is super high-tech, enabling Parker to survive in outer space.
This is it, folks. The official teaser trailer for the third Tom Holland Spider-Man movie is out. But really, the supposed teaser felt a lot like a full-fledged trailer. At a little over 3 minutes, the Spider-Man: No Way Home Teaser Trailer has a lot to offer, including the possibility of the multiverse (damn it, …
The most iconic building in the The Amazing Spider-Man comic series, the Daily Bugle skyscraper, is a LEGO set! This 3,772-piece set towers at an impressive 82 cm (32 inches!) tall and features an intricate version of the iconic newspaper building, complete with the demanding editor, J. Jonah Jameson’s and Peter Parker’s offices.