|Comments: After the death of over 600 civilians during a botched reality show featuring heroes tracking down villains, the government enacted the Superhero Registration Act. This law divided the heroes across the United States, forcing them to choose to support the law or to fight it. Two heroes embodied the extremes, as Iron Man took control of the Pro-Registration camp, while Captain America chose to lead the Anti-Registration camp.
Under Iron Man's guidance, Peter Parker made the decision to make his identity public, and registered himself. This prompted Iron Man to design a new costume for Spider-Man. This new costume, using much of the Stark technology found in the Iron Man armor, features three retractable spider-like arms built into the back. The new suit offered Spider-Man advanced surveillance capabilities, extra bulletproofing, the ability to breathe under water and several other features, including the ability to make himself invisible through advanced cloaking technology.
The Iron Spider-Man Comiquette Polystone Statue shipped in March, 2009.
Marvel Comic Civil War
Exclusive Number: 68351
Exclusive Retail: $299.99
Edition Size: 1,250
Exclusive Size: 750
The exclusive version of the Iron Spider-Man Maquette features an altered base with Iron Manís Helmet & Captain Americaís Shield
Photography by D. Martin Myatt