Spider-Man: No Way Home released nearly a month ago, and with it came one of the best live-action Spider-Man suits of all time. The LEGO Group didn’t include much of the movie’s content in their official sets in order to avoid spoilers, and this suit was no exception, but that hasn’t stopped the Instagram community from stepping in. Custom Corner from Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans, features a stunning figure based on that suit.
Although there are no good reference images for this suit, as the movie is yet to release on digital and we don’t even get a good look at it in the movie, @anon_figs has managed to capture its design perfectly. Since the suit bears such a strong resemblance to the classic comic book suit, which has several official figures, it would have been easy to just paint the new logo on one of those official figures and call it a day. However, this figure is hand-painted from top to bottom on all four sides, and the result is definitely worth the effort. The shiny blue fabric is represented using a metallic paint, accentuated with subtle dark blue muscle designs, making this figure stand out next to any other Spider-Man figure.
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The red sections of the figure feature impressively symmetrical web designs, which continue across the head, torso, arms, legs and even hands. A red 1×1 stud has been attached to each wrist and then painted in order to not break the web lines. The torso has the new MCU Spider-Man logo painted on the chest, which looks phenomenal.
The figure has two interchangeable heads – a Spider-Man mask and an unmasked Peter Parker head and hair. The mask features web designs very similar to the official LEGO Spider-Man heads, and the eyes are slightly sunken in order to give the figure some depth. The unmasked head has been painted red around the neck in order to flow better with the torso, and the face and custom-sculpted hairpiece bear an incredible resemblance to Tom Holland.
Also featured is Peter’s coffee cup from the movie’s final few scenes, which is just an official coffee cup piece with the label intricately painted on it. If you like this figure then definitely check out @anon_figs‘ other Spider-Man figures, they all have an incredible amount of work put into them, and as with this one it’s instantly recognisable which version of the character they’re based on.