- Joined Jun 27, 2005
Well the finally did Prof X, cant be to far off, in the 20yrs that Marvel Legends has been around the whole cast is about done, we short what a silver costume Storm?Honestly the only reason i'm still holding onto my Marvel Legends X-men figures is i'm trying to complete the 90s cartoon characters.
I want that Professor X but toy shops near me are price gouging on him right now (or they make you buy him and the Deadpool Scooter which i have no desire to own). I believe the only thing left is Storm like you mentioned.Well the finally did Prof X, cant be to far off, in the 20yrs that Marvel Legends has been around the whole cast is about done, we short what a silver costume Storm?
Yea Bandai model kits from the early 90's don't have color separation on the runners. I believe that technology in their factory came a bit later. Those kits don't have much poseability either and they're seam line hell !!!Just received this model kit from 1990, new in the box. This one is different from the other figures from the same time (see below), as it's meant to be painted, so the parts don't all come in the right color.
For comparison, here are the classic figures from the same time (japanese version on the left, european version on the right, the european version comes already mounted), they don't need to be painted and are more like action figures once they're mounted :
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