Up Next on Unsealed and Revealed: Spider-Man Quarter Scale by Hot Toys
Unsealed and Revealed airs every Tuesday from 10 AM to 11 AM PDT on Sideshow’s official social media channels. Hosted by Terry Smith and Guy James Klender, this Sideshow livestream series features a different Sixth Scale Figure every week. But we do more than just unbox the figures—read on to learn more.
What is Unsealed and Revealed?
Sixth Scale collectors will be thrilled to know that Unsealed and Revealed is the most in-depth look you can get at these figures, from Hot Toys to Sideshow originals to Mondo and more! Unsealed and Revealed offers an up-close, detailed look at each piece from a variety of angles. You’ll be able to see the full figure, its many accessories, any swap-outs or exclusive editions, and the full range of motion and articulation.
What’s more, you can ask any and all questions about these Sixth Scale Figures LIVE! A moderator will interact with you in the chat and pass your questions on to Guy and Terry, who will help you get the most information you can get about these pieces.
What Figure is Being Showcased Next?
Next week on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 10 AM PDT we’ll be looking at an ever larger scale figure: the Spider-Man Quarter Scale Figure by Hot Toys. Guy will be highlighting features such as the newly developed masked head sculpt with five pairs of interchangeable eyepieces, an array of accessories, and a LED light-up diorama figure base.
Additionally, each episode we end the show with a segment called ‘Guess the Reveal’. Viewers will be given a chance to guess the figure for next week’s episode, and the winner gets a copy of Figure Fantasy: The Pop Culture Photography of Daniel Picard! Normal Sideshow Giveaway terms and conditions apply.
Marvel fans and Sixth Scale enthusiasts alike won’t want to miss it!
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