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Top 5 Spider-Man Clix
Eric "Slade Wilson" Schaen (05/25/2011)
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#1 Web of Spider-man

This Spider-man grabs the #1 spot for a couple of reasons; his combat values and of course his Trait: Spidey Sense. He may not exactly be the definitive Spider-man from the comics, but man he is darn close. He’s the first version of Spider-man to receive a starting defense of 18, and it’s about time. His attack values are Amazing, he starts with an 11 attack, and never has less than a 9. He has a 3 damage value on all but his last clix, with super strength sprinkled in for even more damage dealing potential. Now we’ll get to that trait in a minute, but let’s not ignore his Web-Shooters special power.

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Web-Shooters  may not be the most dazzling special power, but it has its uses. I've seen opposing characters get stuck in Spidey’s web and failed to break away for multiple rounds. Now for the best part, his Spidey Sense trait allows him to evade an attack on a result of 4-6. Now you may disagree with giving him the number one spot, but I have seen this version go entire games without taking a single hit, and believe me, it was not for lack of trying. (remember, Traits are immune to outwit!). Pulse Wave and Bullseye are about the only ways to get around this trait, so be careful if you are dealing with an opponent who has either in play. Sure, some move and attack powers would have made him all the better, but for 78 points this Spider-man fits easily onto most teams and can bring a lot of frustration to the opposition.

So that’s it for this top 5 list. Honorable mentions go out to: Hammer of Thor Spidey and Vet Sinister Spidey -- two other great versions that I had a tough time not including on this list. Until next time, enjoy your games!


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Posted by: Mexicano2016 on 9/5/2016 1:05:40 AM
Call me noob, but why Traits are immune to outwit? I mean, isn't trait an ability?

Posted by: Yo.Com on 7/5/2013 8:34:54 PM
@ the Le: You should do a top 5 Batman and top 5 Superman

Posted by: Licensedhero on 11/28/2012 10:30:11 PM
where is the web of spiderman by the brick

Posted by: bp29 on 11/2/2011 5:30:10 AM
I would have put the starter set spidey higher up on the list. I have gotten more proverbial bang for the buck out of this figure than any other spider-man. I prefer it over the Ultimates vet in which it's tied with for a low cost Spidey. Whenever I had to quickly fill out a team on the fly, this figure always wound up in the line-up.

Posted by: First Lensman on 6/6/2011 9:54:35 AM
I think cosmic spidey should have some credit, ya he might be huge in cost but and cheesy to use but on a 400 point team and run the atom from the green lantern starter cosmic is near unstoppable

Posted by: Jeris on 5/27/2011 10:09:14 AM
this article i agree with heavily, the first three are just nasty (looking, never fought against), but the last two are just REDICULOUS

Posted by: Sparkdemon on 5/26/2011 8:07:23 PM
@ Nitecrawler24 ah good catch I meant to point out that WOS spidey is the first of the modern age figures to get the 18 upfront. I love it whe n guys like you keep me honest!

Posted by: Slade Wilson on 5/26/2011 10:29:29 AM
actually, the vet spidey from infinity challenge has a starting 18 defense value. they didn't give him super senses, but back in the day an 18 didn't need any extra protection. and at 110, he was only good for his starting 12 attack value. in today's game, he is unplayable.

Posted by: Nitecrawler24 on 5/26/2011 9:16:21 AM
The great thing about Universe Spiderman (and all the Universe starter figures) was the low point cost. Why round out your team with a few useless SHIELD Agents, when you could have Spidey, with super strength, instead? Missing from this list is my personal favorite, veteran Spiderman from Critical Mass.

Posted by: Licensedhero on 5/26/2011 8:53:44 AM
Yeah, got WoS Spiderman in a draft the other day... MVP for sure !

Posted by: Telimtor on 5/26/2011 5:35:27 AM
Of all the regular Spiderman we have gotten over the years, I must agree with you about the WOS Red/Blue 78 point version as the best one. He does just enough damage that he can slowly take down a Hulk/Juggernaut type figure in the game just like in the comics. Also his damage trait really helps him out a lot in staying alive. He is pretty close to total comic book accuracy that if he had charge along with his leap climb on movement I think he would be perfect then. I like using him best when I run an Avengers theme team. The only part of him I dont care for is his sculpt. I think the original promo/IC sculpt is the best Spiderman sculpt to date.

Posted by: Nightwing-fan on 5/26/2011 5:04:38 AM