This Spider-Man Meme Statue Points Accusingly at Whatever You Want

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A statue of the 1960s cartoon Spider-Man points accusingly at the viewer.
Image: Marvel/Iron Studios

Was the sight of the three cinematic Spider-Men recreating the much-beloved pointing meme from the classic 1967 Spider-Man cartoon responsible for Spider-Man: No Way Home’s massive success and $1.9 billion box office? No, absolutely not. But it was likely enough to make Iron Studios realize that people would very likely want to purchase a statue of the goofy animated Spidey as seen in the meme, pointing accusingly at someone else dressed in his superhero outfit.

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The polystone statue is in 1:10 scale, meaning it stands eight inches tall. Thus it’ll loom over your 6-inch Marvel Legends Spider-Man action figures, and be dwarfed by any 12-inch Hot Toys Spidey figures you may own. That means, unfortunately, if you’d like your Spider-Man statue to point at another Spider-Man, as in the full image, you’ll need to buy two of them—but at $162 each, that’s honestly not too cost prohibitive compared to some of $1,000+ pop culture collectibles coming out nowadays.

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You can currently pre-order a Spider-Man or two over at Entertainment Earth now, but don’t expect the statue to point your way until August of next year.

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