Spider-Man: No Way Home's Green Goblin Gets A Stunning Hot Toys Replica

And yes, it comes with the Goblin Glider.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home has been a huge draw at the box office, and now it's ready to also dominate your shelves. Hong Kong-based collectibles manufacturer Hot Toys had previously announced several tie-in figures for the film--including Spider-Man in a spell-slinging costume and Dr. Strange minus his mystical slippers--and the company's latest offering is none other than the Green Goblin.

Hot Toys Green Goblin
Hot Toys Green Goblin

Adding some villainous flavor to the line of Spider-Man collectibles, the Green Goblin figure is based on the character's more pristine appearance in No Way Home and in the original 2002 Spider-Man film. As a sixth-scale replica of Willem Dafoe's iconic menace, this collectible measures in at a decent size, and comes packed with extras such as pumpkin bombs, spare hands, and even an alternate headsculpt of Norman Osborn that you can replace his ghoulish helmet with.

To get the Goblin Glider though, you'll need to pay extra and upgrade to the deluxe kit. This accessory features plenty of articulation and LED lights, and with the Goblin himself having an impressive amount of articulation, you can use it to strike a wicked pose.

US pricing on Sideshow Collectibles has the figure listed for $375 for the deluxe version and $285 for the standard edition for when they arrive later in 2023. Osborn's nightmare fuel granny disguise, not included.

Back at the box office, Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to be a blockbuster hit. After slipping to second place last week, the webhead has knocked Scream off of the weekend throne and reclaimed the top spot at cinemas around the US. Six weeks after release, the film has made an impressive $721 million domestically, while its combined global haul sits at $1.69 billion so far, making it one of the highest-grossing films of all time.

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