Review: The Amazing Spider-Man Toys from Hasbro

First of all, I want to apologize to the team at Hasbro for the late review. For most of the month of May, we were moving. The toys sat in a box, waiting to be opened. We did not want to open until we hit the road.

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Now that we are settled, the toys are out and the fun has begun.

So, that means review time.

I know the movie opened many weeks ago, but do kids really care? They just want the toys.

The toys that were sent by Hasbro were a Spider-man mask and a Spider-man web shooter.

The web shooter is pretty fun, although messy. We opened it up initially at a hotel and in minutes there was fake spider web stuff all over the ceiling. Hope it came off.

We moved to the bathroom and shot it in the shower. Again, hope it came off.

The web shooter consisted of a glove, a holder for a can of web stuff and a water holder for when the web stuff ran out.

It was pretty easy for our 4-year old to use, so that was cool. Sadly the web stuff is so messy, I would recommend only using it outside.

The other toy was a lot of fun for both of our boys. It is pretty funny to see a 18-month old wearing a Spider-man mask.

The mask adjusts to fit almost any size head (I even tried it on), it lights up on the front using a button on top and it comes with two blue discs. I don’t really know what the discs are for in terms of the mask but the box says they are for throwing. Sure.

Our boys enjoyed the mask much more than the web spraying, so if you were going to buy one of these twos, I would suggest the mask.

It is a nice one to add to the collection seeing as we have an Ironman one already.

About Each

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Mega Blaster Web Shooter With Glove

Good for ages 5 and up. Costs $19.99

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Spider Vision Electronic Mask

Good or ages 5 and up. Costs $19.99

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These toys were a welcome distraction on our road trip while moving from Halifax to Toronto. Thanks Hasbro and thanks Spidey.

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Michael Cusden
Michael is the creator of Like A Dad and uses his daily experiences of being a parent and a marketing dude as his content. Always looking to connect with other parents and bloggers.