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Rogue

Rouge is the x-men series' second female figure. She would have a few figures in the series, most of them pretty good. She didn't get as many figures as a lot of the other X-Men though.

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Rogue


X-Men Series 6 - 1994


Marvel Universe '96 Series 2 - 1996



The Rogue figure was the highest selling figure in this lineup, and the second female X-Man figure that would be made. This figure would be repainted and re-released a few times. There is a variant version, one with eye shadow and one without. The figure has good articulation as well as a good sculpt. The belt is removable - which is a nice touch - but it can fall off and be easily lost. The uppercut punching feature works very well.

Figure ability: Uppercut punch
Accessories: Belt


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Rogue


X-Men Steel Mutants Series 3 - 1994



This Rouge is a small version of her X-Men series 6 figure. She comes with Pyro.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Rogue


X-Men Monster Armor - 1997



This is kind of an Age of Apocalypse Rouge, as the costume is Age of Apocalypse, but the hair is not. The figure pose makes it look like she could be dancing. The figure is very well articulated in the arms by using ball joints in her shoulders, but the legs really can't be put into too many positions. This is the second Rouge figure made.

Figure ability: Snap on monster parts
Accessories: Monster feet x2, Monster chestplate, Monster wings x2, Monster head


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X-Men Power Slammers - 1998



This is Rouge in her Shi'ar costume as she was around Uncanny X-Men #345. The figure is very well done and looks just like she did in the comics. The only minor difference is her outfit was purple and orange in the comics, instead of maroon and orange.

Figure ability: Double barrel slammer
Accessories: Power slammer, Discs


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Rogue


Miscellaneous Series Famous Couples - 1999



This Rouge is actually a straight White Queen repaint with a cloth shirt on. The figure is decently done although it doesn't fully look like he in the Age of Apocalypse. They should have used the body from the Monster Armor series, as that was a lot closer. The figure is ok though the shirt is removable though with some effort.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Belt, Shirt, Stand


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Rogue


Video Game Series X-Men vs. Street Fighter Series 2 - 1999


X-Men Classics (repaints) series 1 - 2000



Rouge is one of the unique figures in this line, as she is the only X-Man to receive a new figure instead of just a repaint. Her figure is pretty well done, but it is a bit tall and a little cartoony looking. Still she has a good paint job, with a good amount of articulation. She adds to the figure collection nicely, as Rouge never did have as many figures as a lot of the other X-Men had.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Battle Suit Rogue


X-Men X-Men Movie Series 3 - 2000





Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Rogue


Marvel Legends X-Men Box Set - 2003



Rouge is the new figure in this set and the main reason many collectors bought this set. She is a remolded and repainted Elektra figure with a slightly new head, leathery jacket, and a few other minor changes. The figure would be great if the face wasn't so bad. Otherwise the figure is pretty well done. The coat is the same leathery material that Gambit's coat was made of which really looks good.

Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: X-Men base


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X-Treme Rogue


X-Men X-Men Series 3 - 2006





Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: None


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X-Treme Rogue (Variant)


X-Men X-Men Series 3 - 2006



This variant has no jacket, and a new head with longer hair.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

Last edited by Seril on 2010-10-27 13:13:00
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