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Spiders and Supers - More Lego Creations

I've been watching a lot of the Toei Company Spider-Man TV series (a.k.a. Supaidaman, a.k.a. Japanese Spider-Man, a.k.a. the one where Spidey has a giant transforming robot) from the late 70s recently (thanks, Cape Television!), and because of the way my brain is programmed I started thinking about how I could realize these characters in Lego form.

The "Emissary from Hell," Spider-Man himself, was relatively easy, of course; I just had to take a normal Spidey minifig (one of the most ubiquitous minifigs of any Lego line) and add a 1-by-1 round stud with a hole for his web-shooter / communicator / Spider-changer / space bracelet thingy.  It wouldn't stay on his arm very well without popping out the hand, so - SHHHHHH!!! -  I had to resort to some Kraggle. Don't tell the makers of The Lego Movie on me.

The series' main villain Professor Monster was a lot easier to pull together than I was expecting thanks to having an abundance of space and Ninjago figures kick…

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