“Spider-Man: Homecoming” will be swinging its way into theaters before you know it, but coming ahead of the superhero solo reboot is a slew of newly announced toys from Hasbro. The toy line includes action figures, replicas of the web slinger’s mask and wrist-mounted web blasters.
Revealed via IGN, three new “Spider-Man: Homecoming” action figures will release in May, two months ahead of the film’s debut. The action figure releases will include two new Spider-Man figures and one of the film’s primary antagonist, the Vulture.
The Spider-Man figures are the Eye FX electronic Spider-Man and Spider-Man with tech suit. The Eye FX Spider-Man has moving, light-up eyes and will quip some of Spidey’s signature phrases. The figure stands at 12-inches tall and will cost $19.99.
The Spider-Man with tech suit figure will speak 40 phrases, have light-up eyes and is transformable: from battle to flight mode. The figure will also react to what angle it is being held at. The Spider-Man with tech suit model will retail for $34.99 and stand at 15-inches.
The Vulture action figure is from the same line as the Eye FX electronic Spider-Man. The action figure will have a set number of sound effects and folding wings.
Hasbro will also release two “Spider-Man: Homecoming” masks in May. The Spider Sight Mask recalls the version of the hero’s mask seen in “Captain America: Civil War.” The mask has emotive eyes that respond to the wearer’s chin movements, allowing for a greater range of emotion even while the mask is worn. The Spider Sight Mask will retail for $19.99.
A second mask, the Flip-Up Hero Mask, allows the wearer to easily lift the mask from their chin and is reminiscent of the scene in “Captain America: Civil War” where the hero bows out of the Avenger-on-Avenger melee after having nearly been knocked unconscious. The Flip-Up Hero Mask will cost $9.99.
Hasbro will also release the Rapid Reload Blaster, a wrist-mounted web blaster that holds six launchable Nerf darts and comes with a holster. The blaster will release with the Web Gear Assortment, a bulky wrist-mounted projectile launcher that loads spider web-looking discs rather than Nerf darts. The two launchers will release together for $19.99, or separately for $9.99. The individual options will come with three projectiles each—either spider web discs or missiles.
Debuting in theaters on July 7, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is a production of Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Donald Glover and Jacob Batalon.