I’ve kept my Marvel Hot Toys collection solely for versions of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That stance is getting strongly tested with this reveal of a Hot Toys Spider-Man 2099 figure. This is the take on the classic outfit as seen in the amazing (sorry) Spider-Man video game.
Spider-Man 2099 was a popular 1992 Marvel comic series that jumped ahead in time and presented a new hero behind the mask Miguel O’Hara, better known as Spider-Man 2099. Living in an alternate future, the brilliant geneticist inspired by the surviving records of the legendary Spider-Man, sought to create a similarly powered individual, has accidentally re-written his DNA with a spider’s genetic code.
In the action-packed video game Marvel’s Spider-Man, fans are able to see their webslinger in action with the Spider-Man 2099 Black Suit, which associates with Low Gravity suit power that enables stunning aerial performance.
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Captures iconic features of the futuristic gear, Hot Toys is excited to introduce the latest 1/6th scale Spider-Man (Spider-Man 2099 Black Suit) collectible figure from Marvel’s Spider-Man as this year’s Toy Fair Exclusive collection, available only in selected markets!
The highly-detailed figure includes a newly crafted masked head sculpt; a fully poseable specialized body; finely tailored Spider-Man 2099 Black Suit that takes on a more metallic blue appearance, highlighted with a skull-like Spider design on chest, spikes on arms, and red accents around eyes; matching interchangeable hands with finger talons; assorted spider-web effect accessories; and a dynamic figure stand to recreate signature poses.
Swing around Manhattan with this amazing Spider-Man (Spider-Man 2099 Black Suit) figure today!
This looks very impressive even if I’m a little worried about opening a new can of worms by going beyond the MCU for Hot Toys figures. What do you think?