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Miscellaneous Series Exclusive figures - 1999



This really isn't a figure series, but more of a listing of all the random exclusive figures that were released over the years. Most of these characters were minor and more aimed at collectors.


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Bullseye


This Bullseye figure was made from a Spider-Man Punisher figure. The Punisher figure was really good, and it makes me wonder why more figures were not made from that mold. Anyway, the figure is very well done and he even comes with a knife that fits in his boot.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Daredevil


This Daredevil figure is a straight repaint of the Daredevil figure from the Spider-Man line. The Spider-Man Daredevil was a great figure, so this one is also great. He is painted up in his original costume.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Feral


Feral is another minor character that only collectors would want to help fill out their X-Force sets. I always wondered why she was never made into anything else but an exclusive, but I'm not the one making those decisions. She is made from a Black Cat body with a Wolfsbane head from the Hall of Fame line. She has cloth clothes and armbands on and a tail added to her back.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Firestar


Firestar is another character that doesn't quite fit in any other line, mainly because she had been affiliated with so many heroes over the years. She is another repaint who was packaged as an exclusive figure. A Fantastic Four Medusa was the body and head used to make this Firestar figure. This figure is brightly colored and is very well articulated. This is another good exclusive figure and fits in with almost any other toyline made around the same time since Firestar made frequent guest appearances.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Havok


This is the Havok figure that fans were waiting a long while to see. A figure in this costume was originally scheduled to be included in the second X-Men series, but it was dropped for some reason. This figure is a huge improvement over what the old figure would have been. This figure uses the multijointed Daredevil body from the Spider-Man line with a Black Bolt head. This is one of the best exclusive figures that was made.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Molten Man


Though primarily a Spider-Man villain, Molten Man never made it into the Spider-Man toyline. This figure is a reused Silver Surfer body from the Fantastic Four toyline with a J. Jonah Jameson head that came with the Chameleon figure. Though a decent representation of the character, the sculpt not very detailed. This figure fits in decently with the older Spider-Man figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Morph


This is how Morph looked in the Age of Apocalypse storyline. The figure is made from a Battle Base Magneto figure with a modified Chameleon head. Morph was always pretty skinny in the comics, and this figure isn't, which seemed odd. Still, it's a nice addition to the Age of Apocalypse figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Multiple Man


Multiple Man is an X-Men and X-Factor character, but never made it to the X-Men toyline. This figure uses a Spider-Man body instead of getting his own sculpt. He has a Silver Surfer head from the first series of Fantastic Four figures. The figure is done painted nicely, and is modeled after his new X-Factor costume although he is missing the trench coat he wore a lot in the comics. This figure fits in perfectly with the X-Factor figures scattered throughout the X-Men toyline.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Shadowcat


Shadowcat was one of the few X-Men who had managed to get neglected through the whole line. But, she did manage to get an exclusive figure available through Wizard magazine. The figure itself is a straight repaint of the Fantastic Four Invisible Woman figure with a cloth shirt on. The figure is very articulated and looks pretty good. The figure fits in really well.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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She-Hulk


This She-Hulk is a straight repaint of her Hulk series figure in her Fantastic Four outfit. The figure is very good and is just as detailed as the normal She-Hulk. This also adds another figure to the Fantastic Four toyline.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Synch


Synch from Generation X would be another mail away figure. He would help bolster the ranks of the Generation X figures since he didn't get included in any of them. He is made from a Generation X Banshee body with a Space Riders Professor X head. The figure is painted up very well and looks good with the other Generation X figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Union Jack


Union Jack would be another one that fans were after, but did not really fit into any series. The figure is a redone Spider-man body and head with a new paint job.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Belt and Knife


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Venom - Earth X


This is how May Parker (aka Spider-Girl, Spider-Man's daughter) looked in the Earth X series. She uses Alpha Flight's Guardian body and a Spider Sense Spider-Man head.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Vindicator


Vindicator is another figure that would help round out a particular series. In this case, the series is Alpha Flight. This figure is made from an Archangel II body like many repaints are. The colors on this figure were reversed on some figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Vindicator


This is the same figure with the colors swapped.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Wonderman


This Wonderman is a modeled after his more classic look and the figure itself is a straight repaint of the Archangel II figure. In fact, you can see the spots on his back where the wings will go. The figure is painted up pretty well and has a good likeness of the character. I like the animated Wonderman figure better, but this one is not bad at all.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00

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