As a part of DrunkWooky’s Holiday Gift Guide 2020 we are seeking to populate this post with the best Spider-Man holiday gifts we can find for this year! We’ve broken it down into broad price categories so whether it’s an office secret santa with a draconian spending limit or a gift for the love of your life and you just won the lottery, we’ve got it covered here! We’ll be updating this list weekly as we approach Black Friday and beyond. Check out our favorite Spidey stuff from around the web below!
Yep! Socks! A classic holiday gift. But, just because it’s classic doesn’t mean it has to be boring. You can pick up Spidey’s nemesis Venom, some classic Spidey, or some Stealth Suit Spidey to jazz up those stinky dogs!
Ok, we’re going to cheat a little here. Most Funko Pops (that aren’t exclusive or deluxe) start at $10.99. I figured that was close enough that you could fudge the office secret santa spending limit. Risk getting a lump of coal and spend the extra buck!
Natural and without animal testing, just how Peter would like!
“Deep clean to remove dirt and grime without over-drying. Coconut-derived surfactants cleanse, essential oils of Bergamot and Wild Mint refresh, and hydrating Glycerin helps moisturize skin.
No Parabens, No Phthalates, No Animal Testing, No Dyes, Gluten Free, Vegan“
If your family is anything like mine, you have a collective accumulation of Monopoly versions from over the years. In this Marvel 80th Anniversary edition, you collected famous storylines instead of real estate. The box features beautiful art by Alex Ross.
Here’s the price point where we start to get into the super high end Japanese imports and we’ll start with Bandai’s Meisho Realization figures.
These highly articulated and detailed figures from Bandai’s Tamashii Nations mash up Marvel characters with feudal samurai styling. The result is a wondrously unique line of figures. If your gift recipient isn’t aware of these figures, you sure have a surprise in store for them!
Money is No Object
So, your loved one already owns an original copy of the iconic 1962 Amazing Fantasy #15, huh? But it’s locked away in a safety deposit box? Well, for a mere $780, you can give that loved one a reminder of their comic grail to gaze at during those long winter days at the office.
Don’t worry, there’s another version for $500 that is limited to 800 pieces worldwide.
“Illustrator Alan Quah and sculptor Mufizal Mokhtar’s thrilling interpretation sees Spider-Man, cast in pewter and gilded in 24K gold, leap from the cover, the bonded porcelain figure of a terrified mobster firmly in his grasp. In 2011, the landmark issue, which tells the webslinger’s origin story, became the second comic book to cross the US $1 million thresholds at auction.“
For somebody you truly love and want to treat to something special, there’s the global leader in premium, screen-accurate, and realistic 1/6 scale action figures (think 12 inches), Hot Toys.
Hot Toys are celebrated for their spooky real facial likenesses, their realistic soft goods outfits, and high levels of articulation. Most figures come with a healthy arsenal of accessories and some even come with light-up LED features. These are not your kids’ toys and they’re definitely for the grown-up kid in your life.
If you don’t know anything about watches, the Citizen Eco-Drive system is somewhat famous for its light-powered watch movements and they debuted a line of Marvel themed Eco-Drive watches this year in partnership with Amazon!
From Citizen explaining Eco-Drive technology:
In 1976, Citizen invented the world’s first light-powered analog quartz watch that runs using only light as a power source. This technology, now known as Eco-Drive®, can generate power from any light source — artificial, natural, and even dim light — to keep watches running without ever replacing batteries.
There are at least 3 different Spidey style watches available for this holiday season with one as low as $175.00!