Lego Spider-Man is a product range of the construction toy, based on the first two movies. The theme was first introduced in 2002 as a sub-brand of the theme, to tie in with the release of the first film. Three new sets were released in 2003, this time without the Lego Studios branding. In 2004, 7 new sets were introduced, to tie-in with the movie. After this, the line was discontinued, and the rights to the third film in the series were sold instead to rival company , resulting in a range of the toy. However, in 2012 LEGO released a set based on the animated series in their Marvel line.
After 2004, no new Lego Spider-Man sets were released, despite the release of the third film in the franchise, . Instead, rival toy company , who produce the Lego-compatible product Mega Bloks, entered into a multi-year licensing deal with , giving them the rights to produce 'playsets, vehicles and other building-themed products' based upon Spider-Man, , , , , , , , and . It is unknown whether Lego intended to discontinue the Spider-Man license or were out-bid.
|Parent theme||Lego Studios
|Licensed from||Columbia Pictures|
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Is the LEGO Spider-Copter too ridiculous to adorn your collection, LEGO fans? Or is the superb selection of included minifigures enough to get this 2014 LEGO set into your household?
LEGO Spider-Man graces the cover of Blocks magazine Issue 23, with the every-popular super hero featuring within alongside theme parks and thrill rides. With the issue out on Thursday, already with the subscribers, here is the information on what can be found within: