Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 145 lbs
Energy Projection: 1
Fighting Skills: 3
Raised in a traveling circus, German-born Kurt Wagner learned that his mutant abilities were a gift to be celebrated. Nightcrawler can teleport himself, his clothing and a certain amount of additional mass from one point to another almost instantaneously. He leaves behind smoke and the smell of burning brimstone, actually atmosphere from the unknown dimension through which he travels. Nightcrawler may look like a blue-skinned demon, but this swashbuckler is one of the mutantkind's guardian angels - using his amazing agility and power of teleportation to fight the forces of evil!
Reviews of Nightcrawler
3.50 stars from Chancellor
ML Night Crawler is around 6 inches tall, a tiny bit shorter than standard ML figures, which is fine becouse he is supposed to be kinda short. He's got standard articulation as well, plus his toes move and his bendy tail. And the tail is only loosely glued on so be careful! I've seen this done on some other figures too like Thor-Buster IronMan, when the chest is a different, rubbery plastic that is glued on to a much skinnier base. I have no idea why they do this but anyway... Night Crawler is supposed to be German, and Toy Biz did his enthicity justice by giving him a big, burly chin, and thick, curly hair. I actually like this, it makes him very unique and noticeable. His paint job looks fine, and body sculpt is good too. And he comes wit. . . Read More
4.90 stars from Dr Nightmare
Why they called him "Nightcrawler" I have no clue, he doesn't exactly look like a worm, but I guess the name fits in a strange way.
Kurt stands a tiny little bit under 6 inches, which is fine because he always looked a little smaller than everyone. He's lean and muscular in the perfect proportion but the paint-job could definitely have used a steadier hand. The edges of the red paint are slightly wavy instead of sharply straight and the all-yellow eyes are sloppily painted. Also there is some excess black paint on the white gloves and boots. The head-sculpt is okay, but he looks old, maybe 30, and he has a big double-chin. I don't remember Nightcrawler being that old or having that pronounced of a chin. And he has a sour look on his face, . . . Read More
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