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Video Game Series X-Men vs. Street Fighter Series 1 - 1999



The first series of X-Men vs. Street Fighter figures featured a good assortment of characters from both sides of the character lists. Most of the X-Men were simple repaints of previous figures. The Street Fighter figures used parts from old figures as well as some newly sculpted ones. All the figures came in two packs with one X-Man and one Street Fighter character.


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Akuma


Akuma is the third figure in this series to come with cloth clothes. Like the other two, he uses the same body with a new head. The figure looks good, just like the other two do. He comes packaged with a Wolverine figure.

Figure ability: Punching action
Accessories: None


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Cyclops


This Cyclops is actually a repaint of the Monster Armor Cyclops with a different head and a leather jacket. The repaint is much darker than the original colors and actually looks a lot better than the original figure. The face is better than the face on the Monster Armor figure as well, and the leather jacket is a very nice touch, since he did wear one quite a bit in the comics. Cyclops comes packed with M. Bison.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Ken


Ken is a lot like Ryu in that he comes with cloth clothes instead of plastic molded ones. The figure looks a lot like the Ryu figure, except with Red clothes and a different head. Not much else is different. In fact, I think they use the same body. He comes packaged with a Sabretooth figure.

Figure ability: Punching action
Accessories: None


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M. Bison


M. Bison is another figure that is using a borrowed body, and this time it is from a Spider-Man series 6 Tombstone figure. Bison does have a new head though, so I suppose that makes up for it. The figure itself is very well done and the paint job is also very good. This was one of the better-looking Street Fighter figures. He comes packaged with a Cyclops figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Magneto


This Magneto is a modification of the Magneto II figure way back in X-Men series 2. The figure has the same body, but a new head with a removable helmet. The sparking action has also been completely removed, so they did have to do a bit of reworking on the body. Like the normal Magneto II, the legs on this figure seem to be too close together, and because of this, the figure has a hard time standing sometimes. He comes packaged with a Ryu figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Helmet, Cape


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Ryu


Ryu is one of the few figures that Toybiz made that actually has cloth clothes instead of molded plastic ones. The figure doesn't look too bad with them, except they look a little baggy. But, that's tough not to do with cloth clothes on a small figure. Anyway, the figure is actually pretty well done and comes with punching action via a lever on his back. He comes packaged with a Magneto figure.

Figure ability: Punching action
Accessories: None


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Sabretooth


Sabretooth is a straight repaint of the old X-Men series 4 figure. Nothing much has changed, except his mane is a slightly different color. He comes packaged with a Ken figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Wolverine


This Wolverine is one of the more interesting ones. They used a modified Fang Wolverine from the Mutant Genesis series with a new head, which is fine, and they painted him up in his yellow costume as well. The Fang body though did not have any shoulder pads or boots that the yellow costume did, so when they painted the figure, it looks a little odd. Still, the figure is not that bad, as it is better than many of the Wolverine variants. He comes packaged with an Akuma figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

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

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