Name: Lady Deathstrike Height: 5' 9" Weight: 136 lbs Eyes: Black Hair: Brown
POWER RATINGS Intelligence: 3 Strength: 4 Speed: 3 Durability: 3 Energy Projection: 0 Fighting Skills: 6
She has suffered a life filled with betrayals and heartbreak. While some seek traditional remedies for these common troubles, Lady Deathstrike wants much more: retribution, bedlam, and revenge. Lord Dark Wing, Lady Deathstrike's father, wanting to create an army of superhuman soldiers for Japan, invented the process for bonding the virtually indestructible steel alloy adamantium to human bones. But his plans were stolen. Yuriko grew increasingly hateful towards her father after her brothers were killed in Lord Dark Wing's service. Seizing upon the first available opportunity, Lady Deathstrike lashed out and killed Lord Dark Wing. Later Lady Deathstrike adopted her late father's radical views. Her first vengeful task: find the one responsible for stealing her father's adamantium plans. Lady Deathstrike maintains her focus and her mission: murder and mayhem as a means towards all ends.
I found Lady Deathstrike the other day at my local dollar store. While I'm not a fan of her character, I like Onslaught, and for $5, and the head/upper torso build a figure piece, I couldn't say no, however, I am quite disappointed with Deathstrike's figure. The arms are a bit too long, the articulation is hard to control, due to the fact that her sleeves keep you from seeing where the joints are pointing without effort, and her fingers look...weird. It's really hard to find a decent pose to put her in, and the fact that she's hunched over with such a peaceful look on her face not only looks weird, but from the comic she came with, the peaceful face seems pretty out of character. I think that my least favorite part of this figure is the way it looks aesthetically, it looks good and bad at...[See More]
Subseries from Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) Toy Series
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