Comic-Con's Exclusive Spider-Man Lego Minifig, Based On The PS4 Game, Could Be Yours

Available to select San Diego Comic-Con attendees.


San Diego Comic-Con is a celebration of everything pop culture, from movies to television to comics to video games and more. And of course, one of the cool things about this convention is all the exclusive toys and collectibles you can get while you visit the show. There have already been plenty of reveals from Funko, as well as Hasbro, Mattel, and more, but Lego has a cool Spider-Man minifigure you can take home if you attend the show. But rather than being based on the just-released Spider-Man: Far From Home, it ties into last year's acclaimed Spidey game.

If you played through Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4, then you are probably very familiar with the specific suit Peter Parker wears in that game. Lego has taken that suit's design and created a cool minifigure you have a chance of picking up at the show. You can check it out, along with the packaging below.

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But how do you get this minifigure for yourself? Well, details for that have not been finalized, but we do know it will be given away to select attendees of Comic-Con, so you need to be at the show in order to get your hands on it. Additionally, not everyone who is at the show and wants it will get it, as there will be a randomized instant-win drawing on Thursday, July 18. More details about this drawing and the giveaway will be revealed closer to Comic-Con.

The country's largest pop culture show takes place at the San Diego Convention Center July 18-21, and GameSpot will be there covering the show. The biggest news to come out before the convention is that Marvel is reportedly returning to the show this year. In previous years, Hall H was the place to be for movie and TV news, but Marvel didn't show last year, as there were no announcements to be made until after Avengers: Endgame came out. Competitors DC won't be there this year though, as its parent company Warner Brothers is putting its Comic-Con focus into upcoming horror movies It: Chapter 2 and Doctor Sleep.

Spider-Man fans who aren't attending SDCC aren't completely out of luck. With Far From Home now in theaters, Marvel's Spider-Man the game has been updated two new costumes based on the movie.

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