Showing posts with label spiderman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spiderman. Show all posts

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Toys Especially for Spiderman Fans

Hasbro has toys especially made for Spiderman fans. They have a product line just for preschoolers and “big boys”, which is sure to be enjoyed by our little ones. "Big boys" will enjoy the Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie inspired Slash Gauntlet Spider-Man toy, which has a small figure where the Gauntlet connects to Spider-Man's arm and extends twin blades. These toys have made my family and I excited about watching The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie :)

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Spiderman toys


Hasbro has lots of toys to go with the Marvel entertainment and Columbia pictures release of The Amazing Spiderman, which released in theatres on July 3rd.
These innovative toys and action figures were really enjoyed by my children as they will like to role play with superhero toys.

The lizard figure, spider web battlers and mission spidey action figures are fun to play with and reenact.  
This spider strike battle racer vehicle comes with a spiderman figure toy and web claw that allows spiderman to swing as he attaches in the web glider over the front of the hood.  This car is really cool.  The package needs an adult to assemble, no tools required.  
The hero mask is for everyone over 5 years.  It is very comfortable because the inside is padded.  The velcro adjusts to fit the person's head, so siblings and parents can join the fun.
The Mega blaster web shooter that comes with the spiderman glove is fun as we shoot web strings.  The one size glove is 100% polyester.  The web shooter stays put because of the velcro strap.  The web fluid comes in a container that can be discarded when it finishes and replace it or use the water canister by filling water.  The web fluid is intended for children over the age of 5.  
These toys are well thought out by Hasbro, which will be enjoyed by your superhero wannabes.


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