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Funko Unveils Spider-Man: Homecoming Toy Line

Funko has revealed its first wave of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” figures that will span several of the toy maker’s most popular lines. The figures will make their physical debut at New York Toy Fair, which will run from February 18-21 at the Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center in New York City.

The “Spider-Man: Homecoming” toy line will include four POP! figures -- Peter Parker, the Vulture, traditional Spider-Man and Spider-Man in his homemade Spidey suit. The latter two will depict the character as seen in “Captain American: Civil War.”

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Funko will also release a Spider-Man Pocket POP! keychain, featuring the Webslinger crouched and ready to fire webbing from his wrist-mounted launcher.

A Spider-Man Dorbz figure will cute-up the hero’s toy line alongside a Pint Size Heroes bundle that will include the likes of Spider-Man, Iron Man and Peter Parker.

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Finally, Funko will release a Spider-Man plushy for anyone looking to get cuddly with Spidey.

While Funko’s announcement will likely satisfy Spider-Man fans eager to get their hands on some Marvel merchandise ahead of the upcoming film’s release, perhaps no one is happier than Tim Holland; Spider-Man himself. Holland took to Instagram to share his own excitement about Funko’s impending launch. As it turns out, he’s been a big fan of the Wall-Crawler for a while, too.

I bought this nearly five years ago. I never though I'd one day have one of myself. Thank you to my wonderful fans who have always been there for me. I love my #hollanders

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Debuting in theaters July 7, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is a production of Columbia Pictures directed by Jon Watts that stars Tom Holland as Spider-Man, Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Angourie Rice as Betty Brant, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and Michael Keaton as the Vulture.

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