Kaine made his way to Houston, where he found himself unable to stop from helping people in need as the costumed hero, Scarlet Spider. He rescued Aracely, a mexican girl possessed by the Aztec god of war, and became her champion- with both leaving Houston to join the latest iteration of the New Warriors.
Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Boxset (1999)Edit
Kaine's first action figure was included as part of an eight figure special giftset based on the Maximum Clonage storyline, released in 1999. The set included Spider-Man, An unmasked Peter Parker Spider-Man, Scarlet Spider, Ben Reilly, Jackal, Sandman, Spidercide and Kaine. The Kaine figure was actually just created out of several figures from Toy Biz's other lines at the time. His body was an Archangel repaint, his head was borrowed from the Hercules line's Iolaus, and his cape was taken from an Age of Apocalypse Gambit.
Return of Marvel Legends Rocket Raccoon Series- Scarlet Spider (2012)Edit
Kaine received a figure depicting his Scarlet Spider persona in the Return of Marvel Legends line's sixth wave, the Rocket Raccoon series. As Rocket Raccoon was a miniature build-a-figure, only three of the figures in the wave included his parts, and Kaine was not one of them, leaving him with no accessories of his own. Kaine is a straight repaint of the Big Time Spider-Man//Future Foundation Spider-Man mold, previously seen in the Return of Marvel Legends Arnim Zola BAF Series, simply repainted to feature Kaine's simple red and black costume.
3 3/4" ScaleEdit
Ultimate Spider-Man- Marvel's Scarlet Spider (2013)Edit
Kaine received a figure in the smaller budget Ultimate Spider-Man series, based on the Disney XD cartoon series of the same name. This Kaine figure lacks most of the articulation of the Marvel Universe line, only featuring movement at the hips, shoulders and neck. His only accessory is a "capture web net", a large net of webbing that can be placed in his open hand. For some reason, this figure was also released under the erroneous name "Web Strike Spider-Man", which ironically boasts that the figure "Looks like the web-slinging superhero".