Toy Review: One:12 Collective Spider-Man: Far From Home (Mezco Toyz)

Nick Fury: “You got gifts, Parker. But we have a job to do. Are you going to step up or not?” Peter Parker (Spider-Man) continues his storyline in Far From […]

Nick Fury: “You got gifts, Parker. But we have a job to do. Are you going to step up or not?”

Peter Parker (Spider-Man) continues his storyline in Far From Home. Taking place after Endgame, Peter tries to figure out life without (spoiler if you live under a rock) Tony Stark. Taking a break from crime-fighting Peter heads to Europe only to get called in by Nick Fury to investigate elemental creatures wreaking havoc in Europe. Mezco Captures the likeness of Spider-Man Far From Home in 6-inch format.

What’s in the box? Included in the box are 4 head sculpts including unmasked version, Tony Stark Glasses, web line, web mask, 2 shooting style webbing, web base, 4 sets of hands which include web-shooting, swinging, fists and posing, and finally the classic Spider-Man logo. Head sculpts have different eye poses for the masked version and the unmasked resembles Tom Holland.

Verdict: Another great figure by the folks at Mezco. I was able to pull off some great posing with this figure double-jointed elbows and legs is what made it possible. The sculpts were great and the Tom Holland head was spot on. The glasses were a nice addition to an already filled box of goodies. Suit held up well to multiple posing scenarios no loose stitching. The suit matched up to the movie and was very detailed down to the spider symbol. This is a must-have for the collection and is going fast so don’t miss out on it. Thank you Mezco Toyz for another classic to add to my already large collection.

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