#153 - Spider-Sense Spider-Man/First Appearance Punisher
We've already reviewed this set once, on Twitter. Now it's time to expand upon that.
Of all the powers Peter Parker received from a radioactive spider bite, arguably the most useful is his spider-sense, which warns him of impending danger.
Of all the costume changes Spider-Man has undergone over the years, arguably the most logical is removing the webs from his armpits. They were just stupid. This Minimate gets new upper arms with the webs molded on the back. But that's not what makes him worthwhile: like the "Spider-Sense" name would suggest, this Spidey has a piece that plugs into his head-hole to simulate the wavy lines artists always drew to show his spidey senses tingling. It's translucent yellow and sits horizontally over the top of the head. The blue sections of his body are painted with muscles, and he includes a webline.
Dispensing his own brand of vigilante justice, Frank Castle is often at odds with costumed heroes, and even tried to eliminate Spider-Man in the early days of his career.