The Iron Spider Suit from Infinity War Gets a MAFEX Figure in Spring

Infinity War hero Spider-Man debuted the MCU version of the Iron Spider suit. Now, the MAFEX version will see stores in April of next year.

The super-articulated figure will have interchangeable hands, feet, and web pieces. Magnetic feet will be included for different types of posing, and there are six different spider legs to attach to the figures back like in the film. Two face portraits will also be included — one with narrowed eyes. If that was not enough, a stand will also be included.

This should be one of the definitive versions of this character we are going to get. Looking at some of the possible poses, this figure could possible be the best Infinity War figure that we get, period. The appeal is in the spider legs, but I actually think the figure looks best without them. High-quality paint aps and  everything else in the box means you will get your money’s worth here. And at $95 that is saying a lot.

Check out more details and pics down below. If you want to order one of these for yourself, you can do so right here.

Iron Spider from “Avengers: Infinity War” gets an incredibly poseable MAFEX figure from Medicom!  His uniquely designed joints will allow him to get into just about any pose you can think of — even the removable extra arms on his back are supremely flexible! He comes with interchangeable hands, and he’s got a set of feet with magnets, so he can hang around on metal surfaces too. He’s also equipped with various web parts and a stand.

Product Features

  • 5.70 inches (14.50cm)
  • Made of plastic
  • From Avengers: Infinity War
  • Uniquely designed joints
  • Removable back legs
  • Magnets in the feet

Box Contents

  • Iron Spider
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Interchangeable magnetic feet
  • Detachable extra arms for back
  • 6 Web parts
  • Stand for display

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Jeremy Konrad collects way too much stuff. He loves baseball, Funko Pops, Star Wars, and wrestling. He resides in the Upside Down, waiting for Hopper to rescue him. Follow him on Twitter @jeremyohio

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