Monday, September 30, 2019


Marvel Mini-Mates - Spider-Girl & Doctor Octopus - Walgreens Exc - DST 2019

It's been a long time since I've given a single Mini-Mate its own review. Instead, I stockpile them and review a whole bunch at a time. But over the years, my favorite personal theme in my Mini-Mate collection has been the vast assortment of Spider-Ladies. There have been so many, in fact, that I didn't even realize that my absolute favorite Spider-person, Anya Corazon as Spider-Girl, hadn't been included yet. (She is such a great iteration of the Spider-Girl mantle and I really hope she gets another solo series some day). I love that Diamond Select Toys does such deep-dives into character selection. I actually have faith that we will many more Spiders down the line: Scream, Agony, Mania, Lady Spider, Charlotte Ritter, Spider-Woman in her modern costume, and maybe even a Valerie Spider-Woman from Electric Company. If anything, DST has proven that the sky is the limit. I'm really excited to see what new product they will show in a few days at NYCC. I'll be there with bells on. Let's check out Anya below!

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here is a collection of my Anya figures. From Left to Right: Eaglemoss Chess Piece, Unbranded China Figure, Marvel's Spider-Man Disney XD Animated Series, Mini-Mates, Marvel Legends, Jada Nano, and Funko Pop.

And here is my collection of Mini-Mate Spider-Ladies. From Back Row from Left to Right then Front Row from Left to Right: Silk, Unmasked Spider-Gwen, Anya Corazon Spider-Girl, Jessica Drew Spider-Woman, Ann Weying She-Venom, May Parker Spider-Girl, Animated Spider-Gwen, Ultimate Spider-Woman, Petra Parker Spider-Girl, Julia Carpenter Spider-Woman, Spider-Gwen, Ashley Barton Spider-Girl, and Julia Carpenter Spider-Woman (Secret Wars).


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