Ah yes, here it is, the figure that everyone seems to want. The X-Men Origins: Wolverine Comic Series Deadpool, all the fun of Deadpool without the 150 dollars needed to get the Marvel Legends one! This guy is hard to find, but not impossible, but enough about the fans, time to review. His sculpt is pretty accurate, and he comes with a load of accesories. A handgun, a machine gun, a cartoonishly large Sai, and two swords, funny thing is, the scabbard you store the swords in is a bit too big, but you should be able to peel it of the back, keeping the good look of the harness while still being able to replace the scabbard at any time. I've got to say, the paint on this figure is insane. I compared the four that my Walmart had in stock once. One was perfect (onviously I bought this one), one...[See More]
This tiny deadpool really packs a punch, his size is the same as most star wars and gijoe figures so that means that you can really do a lot with him and loading him up with weapons shouldn't be hard. The figure itself has ball jointed hips and his articulation for such a small figure is really good, about the same if not better than some of the marvel legends we've gotten from Hasbro. The style of his costume is the more modern one that we see in the beloved series Cable V. Deadpool and the ongoing series Deadpool. The figure comes with a pistol, assault rifle, two swords, and a really lame over sized sai. That was a problem for me is this big ridiculous sai, because is too big to fit in his hands and look cool and there is no place for it on his body, really just a useless accessory,...[See More]
Subseries from X-Men Origins: Wolverine Toy Series
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