Beast Kingdom has just announced one of the coolest-looking figures of the year. What if Spider-Man existed during the Middle Ages? Know we have an idea, and he’s showing up in the form of a 1:9 scale Dynamic 8action Heroes figure. Medieval Knight Spider-Man is priced at $161.99 and should ship out in September 2023. The figure sports 18 points of articulation and stands roughly 20cm tall.
This isn’t the first time a Marvel character has received the Medival treatment. We’d previously covered the Iron Man Medieval Knight figure at Pirates and Princesses. Spider-Man gives us many of the same: highly detailed armor, accessories, and a light-up function. The design is based on Stark’s Iron Spider suit Peter received years ago. It translates surprisingly well to the Middle Ages. If only Disney would take a chance and give us an MCU film that explores what the Avengers would be like if they existed in the 14th or 15th century.
Featuring a 1:9 scale DAH body, our classic SpiderMan is now fused with the body of a noble Medieval Knight, symbolizing bravery and nobility. The unique and one-of-a-kind design incorporates multi-layered armor to showcase the intensity of the Knight.
The metallic red is embellished with dazzling, royal-like golden elements, with the armor itself carefully designed to represent the fierce battle-ready character. With the Knight ready for action, the Spiderman elements are also in full force, making use of the overlapping features. Spiderman’s classic red is combined with the infamous logo printed in noble gold on the chest. Included are accessories such as detachable steel-like spider claws, which can be assembled into a double, or single-edged sword.
Medival Spidey comes with the following features and accessories:
- Eyes contain led-light function
- Four steel-like spider claws (removable/convertible to double-edged sword)
- One replacement wrist blade (long/short)
- Western knight long sword and scabbard
- One rope launcher
- Four (4) types of replacement hands(open, fists, web shooting hands, web holding hands)
- Dedicated figure stand, with bracket
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