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The time has come for MARVEL Studios’ CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, and if the buzz is a true indicator – the on-screen debut of Tom Holland as Spider-Man alongside The Avengers is the payoff that fans have waited decades for. Today comes a related surprise courtesy of my friends at Entertainment Earth who are sharing with THE ROCK FATHER Magazine a First Reveal of Hasbro’s Captain America Civil War Marvel Legends Spider-Man, Captain America, and Iron Man Set. It contains the first-ever figure of Holland’s Spider-Man, and you can get it FIRST if you act fast enough!

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Entertainment Earth has 1st Reveal and In-Stock 1st.  Limited Quantities Available.  1st Come, 1st Serve.

  • The world action figure debut of Tom Holland Spider-Man from Captain America: Civil War
  • It’s your chance to get your favorite characters as exquisitely detailed 6-inch tall action figures! 
  • Spider-Man has his Marvel Cinematic Universe costume debut while Cap and Tony sport awesome battle-damaged deco. 

Add some awesome to your toy fights! Bring the next big thing in Marvel Legends home with the Captain America Civil War Marvel Legends Spider-Man, Captain America, and Iron Man Set. Each marvelous 6-inch action figure sports amazing deco that makes Iron Man, Spider-Man, and Captain America look like they stepped right out of a fight on the big screen. Sporting at least 20 points of articulation on each figure, this is the perfect trio to decorate your desk and relive your favorite moments from the big movie! It’s also the perfect place to start your Marvel Legends action figure collection if you aren’t already collecting the greatest super hero action figures of all time. Ages 8 and up

Order yours NOW (while supplies last) at Entertainment Earth! Expected delivery in August.

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