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X-Men Original Members Boxed Set - 1998


This set is just like the Giant Size X-Men set, in that it features the 5 original X-Men in their original yellow/black costumes and based on how they were drawn by Jack Kirby. The figures are scaled very well and are very articulated. The figures are a bit bigger than standard X-Men figures and they are slightly closer to the 6 inch scale. Curiously, this set does not included a Professor X.


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Angel


This is one of the only Angel figures that were made. The wings are articulated as well and very large. The figure is very well done like all the others in the set and also has good articulation. He also had a movable head, so if you pose him to be flying he can still look straight ahead, which I thought was a nice touch. Like Iceman, he is a bit taller than most other figures.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Beast


This is the still only furless Beast that you can get to date. The body is very similar to the Super Shooter Beast. The figure is bigger than the others, which is true to the comics and features the same ball joint articulation that the Super Shooters Beast has.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Cyclops


This is Cyclops as he first appeared. His visor does flip up to show his eyes. His head has a clear plastic spot so that light can shine in and make his eyes glow. This figure is also very skinny and tall which is how he was in the comics. He can also be posed to have his hand on his visor like he did in the comics. This is a very well done figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Iceman


This Iceman is his classic look from the early comics, when he was drawn more like a snowman. He's made out of semi clear plastic and looks as if he is made of ice. He has ball joint articulation in his arms as well and is very detailed. He is a little taller than most of the figures in the X-Men line though. The iceballs he comes with cannot be removed from his hands.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Marvel Girl


This is Jean Grey when she first appeared as Marvel Girl. The figure has real hair instead of molded hair and is a bit shorter than most of the figures in this line. She is very detailed though and has a good deal of articulation.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Omnibot-500 on 2013-05-13 07:31:00

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