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The One:12 Collective Amazing Spider-Man evokes the nostalgic look and feel of his early appearances in his comics, suited up in a classic Spider-Man suit with web detailing and a spider insignia on his front and back. The Amazing Spider-Man figure boasts a whooping 5 head portraits! These include a light-up eyes portrait, 2 masked portraits with different eye shapes, an unmasked Peter Parker portrait, and a Spider-Sense portrait.
Peter Parker has perfected his web formula and is brimming with all-new web accessories including a shield, parachute, body slingshot, lasso loop that attaches to the torsos of most One:12 Collective figures, a backpack that he can wear, and more. Track down the Green Goblin with the included spider-tracers or capture the perfect photo for the Daily Bugle with the included camera that can be worn around Spider-Man’s neck.
Part time student, scientist, and photographer - full-time superhero. With arachnid abilities, Peter Parker swings above it all as Spider-Man who lives and fights with the wisdom of “with great power comes great responsibility”.
Out Oct. 18 and available for pre-order now from Amazon.
Timed for the 60th anniversary of Spider-Man and includes two complete stories plus the original art from the Library of Congress!
Spider-Man first swung onto the comic book pages in August 1962 with the publication of Amazing Fantasy no. 15, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and with cover art by Jack Kirby, which was soon followed by The Amazing Spider-Man no. 1 in March 1963. Sixty years after the comics' publication, award-winning graphic designer Chip Kidd reimagines the iconic first stories using original vintage copies of both comic books to present these classic tales in a whole new way.
Perfect for both lifelong fans and the latest generation of Marvel enthusiasts, the book also includes text by Chip Kidd, Marvel editor Tom Brevoort, historian Mark Evanier (Kirby: King of Comics), and Library of Congress curator Sara Duke. Stunningly photographed by award-winning photographer Geoff Spear, Amazing Fantasy no. 15 and Amazing Spider-Man no. 1 are showcased as you’ve never seen them before—oversized and up-close. This is a panel-by-panel exploration of both entire issues that captures every single detail and nuance of Lee and Ditko’s groundbreaking story, making it a must-have for every comic book collection.