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Psylocke was one of the last X-Men figures that was actually an X-Man to get made. She was defiantly on the list of neglected X-Men. She only got two figures in the entire line. I guess she was one of the least popular X-Men. I always wanted to see some of her in her older armor, but that didn't happen.
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X-Men Light -Up Classics - 1996
Psylocke's first figure was different than the one shown on the backs of figures. Her hair is blown to the side versus lying down as shown on the promo pictures. I liked the one in the promo picture better, as the hair to the side looks kind of odd. Still, it is a great figure. While she does not have any elbow articulation she does have articulation in the knees and feet. This figure would be reused many times on a lot of different figures.
Figure ability: Light up psychic knife
Accessories: Psychic Knife, Sword, Sash
X-Men Ninja Force - 1997
This figure uses the same body as the light up Psylocke with the original head that that figure was supposed to use. She also comes with a cloth cape and snap on psychic blades. The hair is a lot lighter than that of the Light up release and she does have the mark of the crimson dawn on her face.
Figure ability: Power sword
Accessories: Cloak, Psychic scythe, Backpack, Psychic blade
Marvel Legends Mojo Series (Series 14) - 2006
Figure ability: Articulation
Marvel Legends Uncanny X-Force Box Set - 2012
The lone figure in the set that has yet to get a re-release.
Figure ability: None