15 Cool and Crazy Spider-Man Collectibles
To celebrate the news that Spider-Man is returning to the Marvel movie fold as part of the MCU, here are some of the coolest, weirdest, worst and most valuable Spidey collectibles we could find on the web.
With a great toaster comes great responsibility – the responsibility to make everyone an awesome breakfast.
What's up with this stupid cheap-ass phone? I can't get a proper dial tone, half the buttons don't work, every time I press '4' I get a Japanese guy screaming, and Spiderman's legs don't stand up properly...oh hey, he's got a cool torch in his head!
Learn where Spider-Man really gets his powers from with this print by Greg Guillemin.
The original Spidey costume worn by Nicholas Hammond in the pilot for the 1970s Spiderman TV show, apparently exhibiting "some distressing incurred during on-screen crime fighting", sold at Profiles in History in 2007 for $11,000.
Keep your tiny web-slingers safe with this Spider-Man kid's car seat.
The world's most valuable piece of original comic book cover art features Spider-Man and a surprised-looking Hulk. Drawn by Todd McFarlane, the 1990 artwork from The Amazing Spider-Man #328 sold at Heritage in June 2012 for an incredible $657,250.
Smell like a guy filled with radioactive spider venom with this Spider-Man cologne.
Demean your dog with this Spiderman pet costume.
Look like a creepy super-weirdo with these Spider-Man sunglasses.
It's not just his crime-fighting and wisecracks that make Spider-Man a hero to children around the world – it's also his ability to skilfully catch Widemouth Bass. Thankfully at least one toy company decided to capture this side of Spidey in plastic, and the Outdoor Action play-set was born. The other figure depicts him as an archer, another skill which will come in useful when he finally joins the Avengers on the big screen. Sorry Hawkeye.
Get drunk and dance like Tobey Maguire in Spiderman III with this stylish hip-flask.
Make room for all Doctor Octopus's mugs with this Spiderman coffee table.
Someone decided to make an action figure based on what happens when Spider-Man finally has a nervous breakdown. Now you can recreate the moment he crawls to the top of a building brandishing an M-16 assault rifle and starts firing wildly into the crowd below, screaming "Come on, enjoy the pleasure together!"
Listen to one of the greatest concept albums of all time with this reissue of Spiderman: Rock Reflections of a Superhero (this is a real thing recorded in 1975, narrated by Stan Lee, and it's mind-bendingly amazing).
Aside from Superman and Batman, Spider-Man in the only other character whose comic books have broken the $1 million mark at auction. In March 2011 a 9.6-graded copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, featuring Peter Parker's debut, sold at ComicConnect for $1.1 million making it the world's most expensive Silver-Age comic book.
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