“Minimates” Action Figures: The Amazing Spider-Man

‘Minimates’ toy line gave me much positive emotions. Being a huge fan of ‘Spider-Man’ movies, I chose my first collection and can say that it’s as amazing as the Spider Man! The special square style is combined with the great atmosphere of the story. I created two dioramas and presented some of the characters in my post. Let’s meet Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, and see how cool Minimates are!

Characters’ faces

Peter Parker with a camera

The resemblance between the character and the figure is incredible! They have the same mood, the same expression and the same traits—a picture is worth a thousand words. One face is convenient for different movie scenes, it’s rather ‘eloquent’ for a tiny toy. Some heroes have the additional heads—for example, Peter can smile or be lost in thought.

Peter and Gwen's conversation


Peter is working on the computer

These figures have 14 points of articulation! So Spidey has the necessary acrobatic skills for any action scene. Being at home, he packs his school bag, works on the computer and studies his father’s mysterious briefcase.

Peter is studying his father's briefcase


Peter with a phone on a skateboard

The small Minimates set is marked with the richness of accessories. For example, Peter Parker has a phone, a school bag and a skateboard. The figures also got the additional heads and clothes.

Gwen's guest


The Minimates sets are great for collecting, playing and photographing—three times hooray! With the variety of accessories and articulation, these figures deserve the status of action figures and perfectly recreate the atmosphere of the film.

Spider Man at home

Do you have ‘Minimates’ figures? Do you like to collect the small action figures? What line do you prefer?

Thank you for your attention!

Ann @Miss_Feklista

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    • Thank you for your comment! 🙂 I agree, minimates really have similar proportions to LEGO, but they have much more points of articulation. So it seems to me that you wouldn’t be disappointed if you tried them. 😉 They look funny with their special style but this impression is absolutely positive!
      I’m glad it was interesting for you, thanks a lot!

  1. I’m a big fan. I have about 30 or 40 or them and they are a lot of fun to mix and match – spider-man can join the ghostbusters or superman can have a boxing match with muhammad ali… so much story possibility

  2. Hi Ann. What gorgeous scenes and rooms you’ve created. My son and I really enjoyed this post — he noticed the LEGO additions well before I did. Congrats and thanks for the write-up. I’m still lost in LEGO, but this is so cool. My son wants you to know that he is considering buying mini-mates as well. He likes your pics. Cheers.

    • Thank you so much for your kind comment, Doug! I’m SO happy your son liked the post too and wants to buy minimates ! 😀 It’s wonderful! Yes, I used LEGO and Playmobil details for the rooms. 🙂 When your son chooses the figures, please let me know: I’d be glad to see your collective shots with them and your impressions about minimates. 🙂
      Thanks a lot again!

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