Xmen series 3 Avalanche. First off this figure stands almost 7" tall, if you count the individual finger movement this figure has 37 poa. The color of his outfit is pretty cool Dark blue with black and copper accents. The strange thing is the rock like helmet, gauntlets, knees and outer thighs.The face on this creep is pretty cool, he looks pretty mad about something (Probably his Shocker-esque vibro-base)Which brings me to his Shocker-esque vibro-base. This thing is strange, he has a huge holes in his feet that fit him onto the base (He'll need em).
You wind this thing up and press a button on the base and it vibrates thanks in part to the freeky bristles on the bottom, YES I said bristles, just like you would see sitting on your sink to scrub your nails. It not only vibrates it shoots...[See More]
I don't know much about Avalanche but this guy has such an narly suit! It's definitely much more detailed and fitting than the old blue/silver suit I've seen him in.
Avalanche stands almost 6.75 inches tall! The dude is huge! I'm not sure if he should be that tall but he looks great! The suit's design is very appropriate for a guy who can crumble entire mountains into the sea. The main suit is dark-blue but it's heavily covered with orange/dark-grey rock and iron armor, beautifully detailed with seams, belts, bolts, and screws (the armor is very dark, nothing like the bright silvery-color in the Toy Biz photos). There's an "A" on the front of his belt instead of on his forehead like before. He wears a rocky helmet that covers his head completely with only the eyes and screaming mouth...[See More]
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