Spider-Man: No Way Home Hot Toys Figure Shows Best Look Yet At Spidey's New Costume

Spider-Man's new costume is a blend of science and sorcery.

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Hot Toys usually unveils new figures based on popular films after they've launched, but this week the Hong Kong-based manufacturer is unveiling its new slate of collectibles a few months early. In addition to a concept art version of Doctor Strange decked out in Iron Man armor and Boba Fett on a throne fit for a Hutt, the company revealed its Spider-Man: No Way Home figure that features Peter Parker in a new black and gold costume.

There's a hint of red to remind you that this is a Spider-Man underneath all that gold, but it's an otherwise massive departure from the costumes that actor Tom Holland has worn since he took up the mantle of the web-slinger in 2016. As a Hot Toys figure, this particular collectible has an astonishing amount of detail that shows off a mixture of science and sorcery, with Spider-Man's costume looking magically enhanced and capable of firing off mystic web-blasts that look very much like one of Doctor Strange's signature spells.

On the suit are layers of circuitry and golden webbing that would make Iron Man proud. There's also a decent number of extras available with the figure, such as spare eyes to create different masked facial expressions, spare webbing to recreate some dynamic scenes, a themed base, and a head sculpt of Holland if you feel like taking his mask off.

Hot Toys Spider-Man: No Way Home Sixth-Scale Figure
Hot Toys Spider-Man: No Way Home Sixth-Scale Figure

The official price for this figure is $270 and it will be released between January and March 2022. If that's too rich for your blood, there are a number of more affordable options that were recently unveiled, such as Lego, Funko Pop, and Marvel Legends toys.

Spider-Man: No Way Home releases on December 17, 2021, and it's rumored that previous Spider-Man actors Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire may show up as part of a multiversal storyline. Other upcoming MCU films include Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, The Marvels, Eternals, and more as part of a massive movie lineup that Marvel revealed official dates for.

For more on the future of the MCU, check out our feature on everything that we know about Marvel Phase 4.

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