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Generation X Series 2 - 1996



The second series of Generation X figures would provide a few more characters like a new Banshee and a White queen as well as another Generation X figure. The figures in this series were better than the figures in the first series in my opinion in terms of sculpt and detail. The figures in this series also came with a figure base for each figure to stand on.


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Banshee


Banshee finally gets and updated figure, as he had not had one since the early X-Men series. The figure is very well done and comes with cloth cape instead of a plastic one that clips onto the back of his knees and his wrists. This figure is one of the more articulated figures in the line, as he features ball joints in his shoulders. I'm not sure why he came with a portable Cerebro, as it doesn't fit his head. It does fit Professor X's head though which makes me wonder if this was designed for him.

Figure ability: Portable Cerebro
Accessories: Portable Cerebro unit, Stand


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Banshee


The same as the normal figure only black instead of blue.

Figure ability: Portable Cerebro
Accessories: Portable Cerebro unit, Stand


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Marrow


Marrow's figure is interesting because all of her bone shards can be stuck into her body somewhere, as well as stored on the back. The only odd place is you can stick a bone in her head, which sticks straight up. Figure-wise the sculpt is pretty good and decently detailed. She looks a lot like she did when she first appeared in the comics.

Figure ability: Detachable bone weaponry
Accessories: Bone shards x5, Stand


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Mondo


Mondo is one of the larger figures in the series and comes with two different arm covers to simulate his abilities to change his skin to whatever he touches. The figure itself has a rocky texture to it and is one of the bigger bulkier figures in this line. His face has a very angry look to it.

Figure ability: Organic armor plating
Accessories: Stone Arm, Stand, Wood Arm


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Protector


This is another minor villain who got a decent figure.

Figure ability: Hidden chest blaster
Accessories: Gun, Stand, Missle, Chest Plate


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White Queen


The White Queen is a long awaited figure that had been absent from the X-Men lines. Her figure is actually very well done with a great sculpt. Her one hand is in an odd position though, but that's a small complaint. The jacket on the figure is molded plastic, but it is not completely attached to the figure, which adds to it quite a bit. There are actually two versions of this figure, one with all white legs like is pictured here, and one with flesh colored tops of her legs like was originally planned.

Figure ability: Psychic Spear
Accessories: Psychic Spear, Stand


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White Queen


This is the other version with the flesh colored legs. Nothing else is different.

Figure ability: Psychic Spear
Accessories: Psychic Spear, Stand

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

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