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Up until now, I’ve been cherry-picking and talking about the most hyped and most popular figures from the 2020 Spider-Man Marvel Legends Demogoblin Series. But since it’s a requisite to buy all six figures to build the Demogoblin Build-A-Figure, I’m going to have to talk about every figure in the wave—including one of the weirder Spider-Man costumes Hasbro has done to-date! Marvel Legends Spider Armor Mark III is still available online discounted with Prime shipping despite the pandemic—is it worth ordering out for while you’re stuck at home?

Marvel Legends Spider Armor Mark III Figure Review

Alright, so I imagine “What the hell is the Spider-Man Spider Armor Mk III?” is the most frequent question asked the first time a majority of collectors see this toy—and it’s actually a pretty legitimate question with a surprisingly interesting answer.

While the Mark III Spider Armor appears as an alternate costume in the PS4 Spider-Man video game (hence why this figure gets the “GamerVerse” label on the box”), this is actually a blink-and-you’ll-forget-it armored suit that Peter Parker wore to fight the Sinister Six in Dan Slott’s run on Amazing Spider-Man.

Unboxing Spider-Man Armor Mark III Legends Figure Hasbro 2020

I actually read the comic this suit first appeared in back when it was published in 2012, but the story was such a non-entity in my mind that I forgot the armor originated there while I was playing the Spider-Man PS4 game. Whoops!

Box Back Spider-Man Armor Mk III Demogoblin Series Figure

This is one of the least  “Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man”-looking costumes in Spidey’s whole wardrobe, as it looks more like a cross between DC’s Red Hood and Jaime Reyes Blue Beetle than a Spidey costume to me. The costume has a real alien, vigilante vibe to it. While I’d be totally game for a goofy 90s silver Spider Armor figure, this iteration is a whole lot less enticing to me at a glance.

Close-Up of Spider-Man Armor Mark III Hasbro Marvel Legends Action Figure

But wouldn’t you know it…? As I played with this guy and posed him for photos, my heart thawed somewhat. I don’t especially like this as a Peter Parker costume, but taken for what it is—as a no-nonsense, sinister-looking Spider-Man—there’s a real appeal to this action figure.

PS4 Spider-Man Spider Armor Mark III Action Figure Back

This 6” figure is covered in unique tooling and sculpting textures—detail-wise, it’s also pretty rad on top of looking cool. I love the alien feel to the armor when viewed from the back.

Spider-Armor Mark III Spider-Man Legends Figure with Web Effect and Demogoblin BAF Leg

We get one accessory (besides a Demogoblin BAF leg) with the ML Spider-Man Armor Mark III figure, and while it’s small, it’s also all-out awesome: a web effect that you can stick onto most figures’ faces!

Doppelganger Spider Man vs. Spider Armor Mk 3 Legends Figures

This web effect is ultra-fun and honest-to-God the thing I like the best about this whole action figure. I hope Hasbro recycles this web effects piece ad nauseam, because I want a ton of these to stick on villains’ faces!

2020 Marvel Legends Armor Spider-Man vs. Superior Octopus

Of course, there’s also a few not-so-good aspects of this release. Besides the fact that this obscure costume isn’t recognizable to most fans (and is a favorite of even fewer), we get no switch-out hands here. Spider-Armor Mark III is stuck with a right fist and a left web-shooting hand for eternity. That’s not a terrible combo, but it does heavily restrict logical poses to stick this toy into.

Hasbro Marvel Legends 2020 Spider-Man Armor Mark III Figure Review

In addition, the butterfly swivel shoulders we’ve seen on many recents Spideys is absent, and the shoulder pads get in the way of posing the arms more than you would expect.

And for whatever reason, the red on the hips doesn’t match the red anywhere else on the figure at all. These issues aren’t huge deals, but they are a genuine hindrance on a character like Spider-Man who should have limitless posing possibilities.

Spider-Armor Mark III Legends Figure vs Vulture with Web on Face

The complete articulation scheme consists of:

  • Ball-Hinge Head and Shoulders
  • Ab Crunch
  • Swivel Waist, Biceps and Thighs
  • Double-Hinge Knees and Elbows
  • Swivel-Hinge Wrists
  • Ball-Jointed Hips
  • Ball-Hinged Ankles with Rockers

Despite a few limitations, I am overall satisfied for the most part with the articulation scheme.

Hasbro Spider Armor Mark 3 Figure Review 2020 Marvel Legends

Overall: Marvel Legends Spider-Armor Mark III is one of those rare action figures where I unboxed and took photos in the mindset of hating on it in the review—and then decided it really wasn’t all that bad, even if the underlying design just isn’t my thing.

The mismatched red hips, lack of alternate hands and slightly inhibited articulation are minor issues that combine with an unfamiliar costume as strikes against this figure, but I think it’s overall a good release that far exceeds my minimal expectations.

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Spider-Man - Spider-Armor MKIII Pop! Vinyl Figure

Spider-Man - Spider-Armor MKIII Pop! Vinyl Figure

First appearing in the Amazing Spider-Man #682, the Spider-Armor MKIII suit was created by Peter Parker with Horizon Labs' vast resources to fight the Sinister Six.

This suit has since been repaired and was placed back in storage in Peter's office at Horizon Labs until the lab was destroyed, leaving Spider-Man no option but to keep in his lab at Parker Industries. Well now he's looking for a new home for it, in your Funko collection.

This Exclusive Pop! features Spider-Man wearing his kick arse Spider-Armor MKIII, making it an absolute must for any true Marvel fan.

Add the Spider-Armor MKIII Pop! Vinyl to your Funko collection today!

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Spider-Armor

Origin

Created to fight each one of the super villain members of the Sinister Six.

First

Amazing Spider-Man #682
(March, 2012)

History

Created by Peter Parker with Horizon Labs' vast resources to fight the Sinister Six if needed in a last resort. When Doctor Octopus started his last master plan before dying, Spider-Man knew he would have to use it to stop Octopus' attempt to speed up the Greenhouse effect.[1]

This suit has since been repaired and placed back in storage in Peter's office at Horizon Labs.[2] After Horizon Labs was destroyed,[3] Spider-Man kept the suit in his lab at Parker Industries.[4]

Features

  • Customized Helmet:
    • Hearing Acuity Device: The audio in the helmet is keyed to hone in on Chameleon's specific heartbeat in order to easily detect him in disguise. Peter claims that this feature is based on Daredevil's special hearing abilities.[5]
    • Comm-Link: A special comm-link built in to the helmet that allows Spider-Man to communicate with his fellow Avengers as well as others.[5]
    • Cyber-Control Helmet: Based off Doctor Octopus' original helmet, which was used to grant Doctor Octopus the technopathy required to control every machine in the city of New York.[6] Spider-Man had previously used the original helmet during the Spider-Island infestation.[7] He tries to use the technopathy to disable Doctor Octopus' technology, but Doctor Octopus had prepared for that and uses it to instead shut the armor down.[5]
  • Enhanced Lenses:
    • Holographic Visor: Designed to see through Mysterio's holograms and illusions.[5]
    • "Pink Hippo App:" After spraying Sandman with a radioactive solution, Spider-Man turns his lenses on, revealing a special sand grain in Marko's body which acts as a "queen bee", telling the other grains what to do. After connecting it to his suit, he uses a smartphone to send it special orders, changing Marko's form against his will.[8]
  • Electro-Proof: The suit is capable of repelling Electro and also changing him from his electrical state back to his human state.[5]
  • Flight: This suit also comes with jet boosters, allowing Spider-Man to fly.[8]
  • Enhanced Durability: Spider-Man has built this suit to be durable enough to withstand the Rhino's brute force. In addition, it has also been shown to withstand a serious blow from even Thor. However, the suit has been slightly damaged by both opponents.[10][11]
  • Built-in-Utility Belt: This suit also comes with a utility belt that contains cartridges of different types of webbing, spider-tracers, and ice-spiders.[9]

Alternate Reality Versions

Trivia

See Also

Links and References

Sours: https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Spider-Armor_MK_III
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