|Marvel Legends Superior Spider-Man|
And then you have an action figure of Superior Spider-Man that is part of the Marvel Legends Infinite Spider-Man Series or the Ultimate Green Goblin Wave as others have called it because of the Build-A-Figure pieces that comes with the figures.
The body mold on this figure in my opinion is the most ideal body mold for a Spider-Man, and it's almost the same body mold as with the Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Spider-Man which I've already reviewed a month ago. The amount of musculature in his runner-type of body is sculpted perfectly. The size of his legs and arms are relatively proportionate to his torso. And like the Amazing Spider-Man, the eyes are sculpted with some minor protrusion and carvings that are shaping it. One thing that's interesting though is the sculpt on his hands- it's like he's doing the "thumbs up" with these pimple-like bumps on his fingertips. Otherwise, I see no screw-ups on this figure.
The colour scheme is composed primarily of red and black that strongly reminds me of Miles Morales Spider-Man. The only difference are the eyes in which he got a maroon coloured lenses instead of white. He got a huge Spider-logo over his chest; accurately rendering Superior Spider-Man from the comics.
For accessories, he comes with a pair of hands doing Spidey's web-shooting signature move, which I think Hasbro should consistently do with all their figures in the future- giving them interchangeable parts. The only gripes I have with this figure is the other hand (the thumbs-up hand), which could have been better if they make it real easy and simple... something like a clenched fist hands maybe?
The articulation is basically the same as with our Amazing Spider-Man. There's not a lot of differences. Superior Spider-Man got the scapular joints that let his arms hyperextend towards the middle of his chest and his back. He's got ball-jointed neck that allows him to aim straight up and down, and rotate at any direction. The torso got abdominal flexion, waist rotation and T-joints at the hips. Arms got hinged-shoulders, bicep rotation, double-jointed elbows and wrist rotation and flexion. Ankle pivots are also incorporated along with the swivel at the upper-thighs and double-jointed knees.
If you're big at collecting Spider-Man figures, I suggest that you'll grab the Superior Spider-Man at any Wal-Mart or Toys R Us and these stores never run out of this particular figure unlike the ML Carnage or ML Black Cat based from what I've experienced. Standing at about 6 inches tall, he is as tall as the Amazing Spider-Man. This figure is definitely one of Marvel Legends' finest.