Truly a rare item from the year 1966 is the Spider-man Ideal Puppet. He was issued in a solid box, and bagged with a header card. Both are so rare its scary. Most of the puppets can be found loose, and occasionally on ebay. The toy was released before the popularity of the Spider-man cartoon, […]
Peter Parker Returns! It’s official, read more below! Peter Parker returns to being good ol’ Spidey!! FINALLY!
Sneakerheads have long been going bananas over the Nike Air Foamposites. Each new creation of the ‘Foams’ creates a frenzy in stores and online, and the latest creation from Nike and their Foamposite family is bound to do the same; enter the Nike Air Foamposite Pro ‘Spider-Man’. Inspired and created with the super hero in […]
Take a trip down memory lane and visit our site’s past. SpidermanCollector.com / SpidermanCollector.net. Word of caution, … you will need flash to view. Not viewable on iPad or iPhone. Start your slinging below, and party like it’s 1999 again! SpidermanCollector.net 15 years ago!…PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999!
This is a goofy tribute to the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon, specifically the 2nd and 3rd seasons produced by Ralph Bakshi. This is essentially the 1967 cartoon in live action. This 1989 student fan film was created by Jim Kreig, who would soon go on to be an animator for Spider-Man TAS and various other animated […]
Animated vintage cover fun! Be sure to click on it, and watch the action.
Marvel is prepping to unleash their new animated series early next year and, for those fans who missed out on seeing the first graphics and footage at this month’s C2E2 convention, they have released new promo image from the show. Brian Michael Bendis — creator of the Ultimate Spider-Man comic series, a modernized re-imagining of […]
Get ready webslingers! Once again there will be a Spider-man costume available for 2011’s version of Captain Action. This one will be alot more affordable, as you would not want to pay out $13,000.00 for a 1967 Ideal Toys version. Check it out below:
Here is a 1974 licensed Spiderman ball. Classic artwork Spiderman pose by John Romita Sr. that originally appeared on the cover of the 1974 Treasury. Maybe the first time this artwork appeared on a toy, as it showed up quite a bit during the seventies and the eighties.
Made by the company “Processed Plastics”, these plastic figures were part of a playset released in 1981. The holes in their hands were for inserting a string through to replicate sliding down Spider-man’s web. Beware of bootleg figures that are smaller in size and without the holes. You can also tell these bootleg figures by […]
Old school Spiderman placemat submitted for your approval. Total seventies kind of funk!
Feeling stressed? Go ahead and give this Classic Marvel Toy a squeeze. I don’t believe this was released in the U.S.. I guess the company didn’t think that Americans might be a bit stressed too.
I am a sucker for the recent retro looking packaging of some companies such as Pyramid. These pins looked as if they jumped right off the shelf from the sixties, and or seventies. Classic Marvel at it’s best!
The Larami Co. was best known for cheap rack toys based on popular licensed characters. Spider-man and bowling go together like Batman and water polo,…what are they thinking? If your trying to get rid of a bunch of plastic bowling pins and balls, why not just attach Spidey’s name to it. Out of the package […]
Every once in awhile I will sometimes stumble over an item I didn’t know existed. Such is the case with the 1978 Kidco Spiderman Flexi Flyer. Who knew?
I believe the blister card to this 1979 Italian Spiderman figure is more interesting than the toy itself. No toxic, Mauro Martini Giocattoli made in Italy. I’m wondering now if there were any other characters made in this foreign series. Maybe a Scorpion?
In 1982 Processed Plastics Corp. issued small plastic figures of a handful of Marvel icons. There were several sets of figures available on blister cards, and boxed versions also included a vehicle. Here’s one of the examples.
Check it out. This thing is bigger than a loaf of bread, and it comes all the way from Italy. 1978 saw a multitude of Spider-man toys, and this simply is the largest of all the parachutists Spidey that I have ever seen. Made by Baravelli.