Peter Parker's Homemade Spidey Suit Revealed With 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Toys (Updated)

Marcus Errico
Deputy Editor, Yahoo Entertainment

Look out! Here come the Spider-Man toys. Toy-maker Hasbro on Thursday revealed its lineup for Spider-Man: Homecoming, providing a bit of insight into the the upcoming film, which represents Spidey’s first solo outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Related: Spidey Takes Down Avengers, Faces Off With Vulture in ‘Homecoming’ Trailer

Among the new toys unveiled today was a series of six 6-inch basic action figures based on the movie, featuring various versions of Tom Holland’s web-slinging hero and Michael Keaton’s archvillain, The Vulture. Remember the janky home-made outfit that Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark mocks in Captain America: Civil War during the duo’s meet-cute? It’s essentially a hoodie, goggles, and sweatsuit.

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Well, that proto-Spidey suit has been immortalized in action-figure form.

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There’s a version of the sleeker Stark-upgraded costume.

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We also are getting a 6-inch Vulture (which is not the same as the deluxe build-a-figure version from the Marvel Legends line that Hasbro showed off last month).

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The basic figures will cost $7.99 and, like the others showcased today, will be available this spring, well ahead of the movie, which arrives in theaters on July 7. There will also be a line of 6-inch battery-powered “feature figures” with light effects and action moves; they will go for $14.99 apiece.

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Courtesy of Hasbro

Also introduced: The Vulture’s Attack Set, a 20-inch-tall playset based on the streets of Queens where Spider-Man and his flying foe do battle. The set, which will retail for $44.99, includes a 6-inch Vulture figure.

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One of the intriguing toys in the lineup is the Spider Racer. This $24.99 vehicle launches Nerf darts to take down the baddies. Hasbro says it’s “movie-inspired” so does that mean we’ll actually see a Stark-designed Spider-mobile? We’re guessing no, but the toy looks cool.

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Finally, Hasbro introduced the $99.99 Spider-Man Mega City Playset, which is not based on the events of Homecoming. Standing nearly 4 feet tall, this comics-inspired set features five levels, from subway to secret lab, an exploding bank door, projectiles (watch the eyes, kiddos), and zipline. Should keep your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man fans busy for hours.

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UPDATE Feb. 7, 2017: Hasbro unveiled some more toy images, including an action figure featuring Spidey’s “tech suit.” See the new additions below.

The 15-inch motion-activated Tech Suit Spider-Man figure’s features light-up eyes, more than 40 movie-based phrases and sound effects, and two battle modes. Available in May for $34.99.

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There’s also a 12-inch Eye FX Electronic Spider-Man who speaks his signature one-liners and, as the name indicates, features animated eyes. He can face off against the 12-inch Electronic Vulture, who comes with his own sound effects. They will be available in May for $19.99 apiece.

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RAPID RELOAD Blaster

(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: May 2017)

Additional role-play items include different versions of Spidey’s iconic web shooters. There are Rapid Reloader Blasters (on sale in May; $19.99), which shoot Nerf darts, and two different Web Gear launchers (May; $9.99 each), which shoot either rubber disks or web missiles.

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Web Gear

Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $9.99/Available: May 2017)

 

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SPIDER SIGHT MASK

(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: May 2017)

There are also two different models of Spider-Man’s mask. The Spider Sight Mask (May; $19.99) takes a cue from Hasbro’s hit animated Chewbacca mask from last year, with “emotive” eyes. And the Flip-Up Hero Mask (spring; $9.99) is plastic on top and cloth on the bottom, allowing mini-superheroes to partially reveal their secret identities.

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(Courtesy of Hasbro)

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