WAYBACK WEDNESDAY: SPIDER-MAN TRILOGY Blu-ray SteelBook

Wreck's WayBack Wednesday SteelBook® Feature
  • 8/10
    THE MOVIE - 8/10
  • 7/10
    THE STEELBOOK® OUTER CASE - 7/10
  • 5/10
    THE STEELBOOK® INSIDE - 5/10
  • 7/10
    VALUE - 7/10
6.8/10

This week’s WAYBACK WEDNESDAY shows love to the webbed one, Spider-Man himself! Here lies the original trilogy in a classic matte SteelBook case. The matte actually does this one fine as it has a sleek feel to it. I think it’s a beautiful package overall; one which is no longer available and now has been replaced by alternative options in Germany to where it was first released.

I’m not the biggest fan of the original trilogy, although it was pretty iconic for it’s time and definitely opened up the doors for this entire new wave of comic book films to hit the big screen. That and X-Men helped set that stage. However, whilst I do like the overall continuation feel the SteelBook has with the inside complimenting the outside, I feel like it still left a few areas in which the product buyer could have thrown down a few more euros and had a bit more colour in the inside and perhaps the spine could have helped make the design a bit more seamless.

You’d think we were judging a house set for renovations before it hits the market, but alas, we’re getting straight geek on this one!

Thanks for tuning in to this week’s WAYBACK WEDNESDAY and check back every WEDNESDAY for our blast from the past showing love to other SteelBook Editions.

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About the author

is a pop culture fanatic who loves to collect things from films that leave a lasting impression on him. A big fan of such brands like SteelBook, Mondo, and Sideshow. Favorite films or franchises include Braveheart, HEAT, Book of Eli, Ip Man, Nolan's Batman, Everything Marvel, and practically anything Quentin Tarantino touches. Proudly owns The Notebook, drives 88 mph, and know's exactly what was in Marsellus Wallace's briefcase!