Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure From Hasbro Gives Us A Good Look At Full Costume

We've seen some glimpses at the Spider-Man: Homecoming version(s) of this classic Spidey character, who first started tormenting poor Peter Parker in Amazing Spider-Man #46 (Marvel, March 1967) in a story by Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr. But I think this Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure from Hasbro gives us our best look yet at the character in full costume.  Looking good, I think — it walks that line between true to the original comics and modern film update, and that's always tricky. There are a pair of Shockers, played by Bokeem Woodbine and Logan Marshall-Green, though we haven't seen them in full costume yet.

At least not officially. But here's Hasbro to the rescue with this 6" Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure:

Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure from Hasbro
Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure


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Recreate your favourite movie moments with the Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker 6" Figure. The villain, Shocker, uses high frequency vibrations from his specially designed gauntlets to combat his opposition. Pretend to take down opponents with this figure's multiple points of articulation and join the high-voltage battle!

Following on from Captain America: Civil War comes the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming. After being bitten by a genetically modified spider, Peter Parker has spider-like abilities that he uses to defend the city of New York. With help from Tony Stark, the founding member of The Avengers, Peter must balance his life as a high school student and his superhero alter ego Spider-Man. Join Spider-Man in this action packed movie as he fights crime and battles against the villainous Vulture.

Figures inspired by the film Spider-Man: Homecoming
Multiple points of articulation for exciting play
6" scale figure with movie detailing

Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker - Bokeem Woodbine

Spider-Man: Homecoming Shocker Figure Logan Marshall-Green

About Mark Seifert

Co-founder and Creative director of Bleeding Cool parent company Avatar Press. Bleeding Cool Managing Editor, tech and data wrangler. Machine Learning hobbyist. Vintage paper addict.

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