Spider-Man LEGO Games

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Spider-Man LEGO Games
LEGOs are a popular brand of studded building block construction toys. (Liquidlibrary/liquidlibrary/Getty Images)

The LEGO company has not yet produced any games specifically for the Spider-Man series. However, it has produced a sub-brand of LEGO Studios construction toys under the theme of the Spider-Man films that were first introduced in 2002. The line of toys was continued to collaborate with the sequel to the Spider-Man film, "Spider-Man 2." But after that, LEGO Studios has not produced any more Spider-Man-themed construction toys.

2002 LEGO Spider-Man Sets

Green Goblin (#1374), Wrestling Scene (#1375) and Spider-Man Action Studio (#1376) were the first LEGO sets released under the Spider-Man theme in 2002, which tied in with the release of the first Spider-Man film by Sony Pictures Entertainment.

2003 LEGO Spider-Man Sets

Spider-Man's First Chase (#4850), The Origins (#4851) and the Final Showdown (#4851) were the second group of LEGO sets, released under the Spider-Man theme in 2003, but they lacked the LEGO Studios branding. Instead, the toys were only manufactured by LEGO.

2004 LEGO Spider-Man Sets

Spider-Man's Street Chase (#4853), Doc Ock's Bank Robbery (#4854), Spider-Man's Train Rescue (#4855), Doc Ock's Hideout (#4856) and Doc Ock's Fusion Lab (#4857) were the final group of Spider-Man-themed LEGO Studios sets, which coincided with the release of the "Spider-Man 2" film in 2004.

Discontinuation of LEGO Spider-Man Sets

No new Spider-Man-themed toys have been released by LEGO after 2004. The rights to the third Spider-Man film were sold to LEGO's rival company, MEGA Brands, which produced a line of Spider-Man 3 Mega Bloks construction toys. As of 2011, the LEGO company has not yet given any indication as to whether or not they ever plan to produce LEGO Spider-Man-themed toys in the future.

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