View Full Version : Spoilers revealed by Legos?
05-18-2004, 10:22 PM
Sorry to lay this on everyone, but it appears that the huge climax in Spidey 2 is leaked to the good people over Lego.
Apparently the final battle in the movie will be between Spidey chasing down Doc Ock in his brand new Spidey Chopper! Isn't that special? They made a lego set of it. Sorry to ruin it for everyone.
05-19-2004, 09:26 AM
I find that impossible to believe. First off, Peter could not possibly fly a chopper & secondly, why would he need one? That would be like giving Superman an airplane..I think someone over at Lego is full of s*$t and they are pulling your leg. I am confident Sam wouldn't let that happen in his flick'.
06-06-2004, 02:44 AM
You know what? I've seen some pretty ridiculous Spidey merchandise, and I'd like to talk about them. (I don't know if a moderator could change the title of the topic to do that, but if you could, I'd appreciate it.)
Anyhoo, I'm looking through my new Marvel catalog and I've got to say, wow, nice stuff, but something was troubling me when I got to the Spidey toys. Now, they had some cool stuff in there. A Spidey that can shoot out a web and grab a garbage can. A Spidey that can throw a manhole cover. A Spidey that could change his appearance from Webhead to Peter. And some pretty cool villains, too.(Carnage, Morbuis, Kraven) But, then it gets weird.
They have a Rocket Launch Spidey, a Black Costume Spidey, with a missle launching glider. (Why would Spidey need to fly?) They have a Web Attack Spidey with a "pinpoint Web Missile Launcher", I guess Marvel is just daring parents for lawsuits now. ("Oh, your suing us? Well we got Johnny Cochrun. Yeah you better apologize! BIIATCH!!) A Cyber Spider-Man that can "battle mutants with Transforming Armor-to-Rocket Launcher weaponry." First off, why would Spidey want to fight the X-Men? Second, wouldn't transforming into a giant spider shaped rocket launcher be going a bit overboard?
Now heres the thing that i thought was really strange. A Mech Tech Battle Armor Spidey, for when "the Green Goblin launches his heavy artillery." The thing looks like those huge Mech suits Sigourney Weaver used in Aliens. And the hell is up with all these rocket launchers Spidey's carrying? When I was growing up, I had a Spidey toy that had suction cups on his hands and that was it. And it was the coolest toy I had until an unfortunate incident where I reinacted a scene from Demolition Man, and his arm fell off. I just thought it was strange that they gave Spidey such unnecessary weaponry, don't you?
06-06-2004, 05:36 AM
I think i have that mech robot spidey yer talking about. Did it include a spidey figure with it? I lived that figure!! It had so many points of movement!! Until my kiddie cousins got hold of it, that is.
Ofcourse, the robot is illogical, but damn cool toy nevertheless.
HeD t r i p p i n '
06-08-2004, 12:15 PM
Well, I've seen some other strange Mighty Marvel merchandise. Like a Marvel Martini Set, and a Marvel set of hairclippers, weird. Plus, those Marvel inspirational posters. The Punisher for "Commitment"? I've got a better idea, how about him for "Homicidal Tendencies"? Or probably the strangest one I've seen would probably be the $2,000 Spider-Girl watch. Waitaminnit, Spider-Girl has fans?!
06-10-2004, 07:02 PM
I think film merchandising has gotten way out of control. Action figures are great but come on! Beaten up Spidey after a battle with Doc Ock? Or how about Spidey in Glow in the Dark Battle Gear. When did that appear in the film? The point is the toy and merchandising companies sure know how to milk the Spiderman name for everything that it is worth. Now does anyone know where they can purchase Spidey underoos where Spidey's head is placed strategically at the crotch? Or better yet the Spidey theme song for your cell phone?
06-10-2004, 08:25 PM
Actually, what better product placement can you have than a Spider-Man underoo worn by Cameron Diaz in "Charlie's Angels 2"?
Also, a battle damage Spidey does make sense, sorry, I mean DID make sense when they came out with one from the first Spidey movie. Man, now the people over at Toy Biz are getting lazy.
06-30-2004, 03:17 AM
Hey. Just be glad Spidey isn't Batman. Dear crap you shold see the crap he's got. Neon green Batman with a power saw and rollerblades. Uh-hun. Where do they get those retarded toys?
06-30-2004, 07:10 AM
oh man i agree with xenos. what's with all the crappy multi-colored batman action figures? i'm looking for just one decent batman figure, but all of them suck! from green-costumed bats to something like an electro-batman. what gives?
anyway, i've seen the movie. and no, there's no spidey chopper. what were you thinking? just because there's a toy of it doesn't mean it's the ending of the movie.
06-30-2004, 11:52 AM
Thanks for confirming what I said was a crock of s#@t from the minute I read the intro to this thread.
06-30-2004, 03:02 PM
Geez, can't you guys take a joke?
07-01-2004, 05:17 PM
AWWWWWW you ruined the ending for me. I was really hoping for that crappy Spidey chopper to roll by.
07-02-2004, 01:31 AM
After seeing the new movie I decided to buy the new Spidey jet-ski, but then I ran into the new Spidey floating brick wall, and I'm now spending some time on the new Spidey home traction kit.
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