First Appearance: Danger Girl Preview Date of Birth: Classified Age: Classified Height: 5 ft. 8 in. Eyes: Hazel Hair: Golden Sienna Weight: Classified Alliances: Danger Girl Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts Specialty: Archeology/Mystic Studies Secondary: Foreign Languages, Small Arms
Abbey Chase is known as a champion marksman, a virtuoso of languages, a scholar of world history, and, most widely, as a heart-stopping femme fatale.
Though spending the majority of her young life as a loner, Abbey is a natural team leader. After bumping into the Danger Girls during an adventuresome hunt, Abbey shepherded the team to victory in their first battle against the menacing Hammer Empire. Soon after, Abbey became a full fledged member of the Danger Girls international covert operations.
Abbey is proficient with a plethora of small arms. Her preference being the high-powered Desert Eagle .50. Abbey's also known to favor the Glock 17 for its durability through severe weather conditions, including its ability to fire underwater.
This is a rather odd series considering it is made by McFarlane. It is very much like the old lines from the company before the figures all got smaller. Abby is the main character of the Danger Girl comics, a former adventurer and treasure hunter, and responsible for getting the Danger Girls to defeat the Hammer empire and soon after she became an agent within the covert operations group. She replaced Natalia Kassle as the team's field-commander. I'll cover the accessories first because they out did themselves with these. The display base for her features a jungle diorama featuring skulls, bamboo, plants, a main part with her name on it, and a chunk of temple. The handgun accessory is okay but tends not to stay in her hand very well. Abby's a bit low on articulation which isn't too...[See More]
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