The web-slinger of 2099 will be making his way into Mezco’s One:12 collection of highly detailed figures. Miguel O’Hara, aka Spider-Man 2099, is now available for pre-order. He will be $90 and will ship between December 2021 and February 2022.
Unlike Peter Parker, Miquel’s transformation into a spider-powered hero was a bit more sinister. I won’t spoil it for those who somehow missed out on this Spider-Man’s origins from decades ago. Like most things in the 2099 universe, life is rough and no one is your friend.
The One:12 Collective Spider-Man 2099 wears an Unstable Molecules suit, a material created by Sue Storm and Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. The suit features a web cape with integrated posing wire, spiked forearm gauntlets, and raised chest insignia. The web-slinger features three head portraits – masked, partially unmasked, and a fully unmasked Miguel O’Hara portrait.
Spider-Man 2099 is loaded with accessories including a removable wrist communicator featuring Lyla – Miguel’s A.I. assistant, multiple weblines in different styles that attach to his wrists, a web mask that fits over the heads of other One:12 Collective figures, and more.
Spider-Man 2099 comes with the following features and accessories:
- One:12 Collective body with over 32 points of articulation
- Three (3) head portraits
- Hand painted authentic detailing
- Approximately 17cm tall
- Twelve (12) interchangeable hands including
- One (1) pair of fists (L & R)
- One (1) pair of web shooting hands (L & R)
- One (1) pair of web holding hands (L & R)
- Three (3) teams of posing hands (L & R)
- Fitted Unstable Molecule suit with spider insignia
- Web cape with integrated posing wire
- Wrist gauntlets (permanently affixed to wrists)
- One (1) wrist communicator
- One (1) wrist communicator with Lyla projection FX (attaches to wrist communicator)
- One (1) web mask
- One (1) web base
- Four (4) web lines in different styles (attaches to wrists)
- One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
- One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post
When 2099 launched, my two favorite characters from this future timeline were Spider-Man and Ravage. However, I was always confused about Miguel’s costume color. Sometimes it was blue; sometimes, it was black. When covering a convention, I asked a Marvel artist about this, and he told me that the suit was indeed black, but the blue was used to do the highlights. However, toy companies and others just thought it was blue, and that became the standard.
Personally, I like the suit if it were all black with the red skull spider. What do you think? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
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