A Spider-Man Figure That Actually Shoots Webs—From His Chest?

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Back in 1972 the inventors of Silly String had no idea their creation would one day be the closest thing man could get to having Spider-Man's web-shooting abilities. It's also the secret behind Hasbro's web-slinging spider man figure—although kids will need a heaping helping of imagination to ignore that giant can sticking out of Peter Parker's chest.

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The $30 13-inch tall figure includes a can Habro's own sprayable 'web' solution that can be fired using a button on Spidey's back. And when it runs out kids can either bug their parents to buy a new can, or switch to an included water bottle that lets Spider-Man either soak his enemies, or stop to clean up graffiti. [Hasbro via Pocket-lint]

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