Toys of the Seventies, Spiderman Wrist Shooters

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These blue plastic modified dart guns basically strapped to your inner arm with the trigger ( Spidermans Head) would rest in your palm. You loaded the suction darts that were attached by strings into the launcher and if you were lucky you wouldn't hit your self in the hand. I haven't been able to find any pics but i remember they were offered in the drawn ads in the comics. I am looking for a set.
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Sal - September 22, 2007 - Report this comment
I have one set in the package in mint shape. Looking to sell for 200.00
gonzfist - August 16, 2009 - Report this comment
I happen to mention to my son not long ago about this toy I had as a child. I was a Spiderman Fan and my mom purchased one for me, Jesus did I have fun with this. I would stick it to the TV screen and it was fun to see the string fly behind the dart. My son looked at me like I was making this up but it gave lots of joy just remembering about it.
Jeff - February 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Yeah,I had one when I was a kid!!!It was so cool!!But,the trigger didn't fit on your palm.It was on the top of the gun.I remember because I thought at the time that it would be cool if the trigger was on the hand like in the comics.
Rob Lambert - October 02, 2014 - Report this comment
I found this item in a Marvel comic book from 1978. The actual name is Super Shooter. It was sold, via mail order, for $2.39 by a novelty company called Superhero Merchandise, under license by Marvel. Other than the Corgi SpiderMan cars offered, the other toys in the ad appear to be cheaply-made toys. That's how Marvel makes a Mint: A comic book is 40% comics, 60% advertising.

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