Better Look at Spider-Man 3's Venom from Sideshow Collectibles
by Alex Billington
February 13, 2007
The Toy Fair 2007 is currently underway in New York City and our favorite statue maker Sideshow Collectibles is displaying some of their hyped products for this upcoming summer, including a few from Spider-Man 3. Some of their new features are new statues of Venom from the movie.
Sideshow showed off a mini-bust that will retail for $45 and a full size Venom statue that will retail for $190. Photos originally come from ComingSoon.net, where you can find much more coverage from the Toy Fair as well. Check out the closer looks at the Spider-Man 3 Venom:
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Josh on Feb 14, 2007
I am a big fan of venom, i'm hopeing he'll be look like this in the movie. But what about the movie toy? Not the slide show busts and model.
Ty on Feb 15, 2007
venom needs to be bigger in the movie
harri on Feb 21, 2007
VeNoM is the best......I am a big fan...........i saw the movie....venom is better like this...I like this version of venom and not the version from comics....venom is the best for me now.......
Alex on May 25, 2007
He sure looks Way cooler here than he did in the movie. They so so so so so so SO just threw him in after production already started and wasted a perfectly excellent portrayal of sandman. It's one thing to hint at his arrival throughout and at the end of the movie- Spidey3 would've been a blockbuster no matter what happened, obviously- so they were just being greedy and decided to keep it a trilogy. Just let the directors do what they're gonna do, Marvel Productions. The Venom portrayal was practically unforgivable- a teenage, wimpy eddie brock(?) The single thing that redeemed this film for me was the sequence when a single rolling pebble of sand collects and rises as the form of the rather poetically tragic figure of Sandman. Venom has no motivation. He's pure hatred and evil. Should've save him for one more movie, Dumbasses. And no, I'm NOT talking about the idiotic idea of having him in a Solo Movie. You guys killed him. Let bygones be bygones and just make a Captain America Movie called: CIVIL WAR. It's the ONLY cool story written about the blonde, blue-eyed boy EVER. Might at well milk it for all it's worth. Just don't blow your loads so early again, like you did with- uh- Xmen, Spider Man, Hulk, and ever other movie you've produced to date. I love comics. I love Marvel characters. I HATE Marvel Entertainment. YOU GUYS GO SUCK ONE AND LET COMICS MAKERS MAKE THE GODDAMNED COMICS, AND MOVIE MAKERS MAKE THE GODDAMNED MOVIES, ALRIGHT!!! ...Goddamned Toybiz ceo's wouldn't know their asses from their nifkins.... Sh*+heads....
Djoser on Feb 12, 2008
i was hoping for a much bigger venom in the movie and i kinda was dissapointed for whats its worth. i hope they do something about that. i am glad to report that the rest of the movie is fine and dandy except for the fact that venom is not even taller than a high school student.
need a better venom plain and simple on Mar 11, 2008
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