And then there was that time Toy Biz used a Spider-Man mold to make a 10” version of the Spot, uh… because. Reasons. You know.
(okay, probably because the Spot was inexplicably featured in a later season of the Fox Kids Spider-Man cartoon, but the toy doesn’t particularly resemble the animated design.)
I do like the inclusion of the story on the box-back, which seems to be entirely original; my Amazing Spider-Friend Rob had never heard of a comic where Spider-Man and Beast team up to stop the Spot, anyway. Presumably a 10” Spider-Man and Beast were part of the same toy assortment and Toy Biz chose to market the three of them together this way. Something I like less: the Spot’s accessories are just a pair of tiny black plastic disks, which he can’t interact with in any way because one of his hands is a fist and the other is in mid-web-sling.
For extra nostalgia, check out the KB Toys “automatic price reduction” sticker.