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Princess Iolande of Betrassus Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:3198  
Name:Princess Iolande of Betrassus
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:greymonk  
Date Added:July 9, 2007
Base Figure:Psylocke
Height:6.00 inches
Born the Royal Princess of Betrassus, Iolande suffers from a headstrong sense of Royalty. After the execution of her Brother Prince Ragnar, she learned that she was now to replace the Lantern for her sector that her brother had zealously murdered. Iolande was honored to accept the position of Lantern but learned the hard way after graduation that the Lantern Corps was not all guts and glory. She was assigned as a Data Entry specialist which enraged her - She felt a Data Entry Specialist was a role beneath a Royal Princess. What she did not know was that no one in Green Lantern Corps cares that she's a Princess at all.

After her assignment as the D.E.S. and having learned both manners and humility, Princess Iolande was given her first "real" assignment with Soranik Natu. Iolande likes to speak her mind and having been raised since birth to act like a monarch, she frequently speaks out of turn, forgetting her place as a new recruit in the Lantern Corps. This creates interesting chemistry between her and Lantern Natu Frequently resulting in Instructor Kilowog's intervention.

The Princess is a modest creature, having chosen a uniform that covers her body from chin to toes. When on Duty, she wears a headband to tether her long hair, and has been permitted to wear a hooded cloak with her uniform although she is seen as often without it as she is with it. Beautiful and hot tempered, Iolande is a favorite amongst die hard Green Lantern fans and even though her and Lantern Natu are often at odds with each other, there is a very distinct and unbreakable bond forming between the two.


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greymonk - Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Well it's official - this figure TANKED in the contest. She pulled my average down a whole point over last contest. Oh well, proof that bad pics and no cleavage are a bad way to go. At ay rate thanks to those of you who did post compliments on her and for those that voted for her.
greymonk - Monday, August 6, 2007
Well I can't fault ya for that ol' friend!
Unknown User - Monday, August 6, 2007
oh sure prejudiced against purple skinned women huh? I knew it! j/k seriously though, Natu is sexier as she wears that pluging neckline, and seems quite in touch with her femininity whereas Iolande is much more conservative and modest when I comes to that. Then again, Iolande is a royal princess and has some of those modest behaviors expected of her.
I love purple skinned chicks as long as theyre HOT
who wants a priss? not me - unless its daryl hannah
~_@
Dedi
greymonk - Monday, August 6, 2007
oh sure prejudiced against purple skinned women huh? I knew it! j/k seriously though, Natu is sexier as she wears that pluging neckline, and seems quite in touch with her femininity whereas Iolande is much more conservative and modest when I comes to that. Then again, Iolande is a royal princess and has some of those modest behaviors expected of her.
Unknown User - Sunday, August 5, 2007
lovely work on this
but looks wise and for sex appeal
I prefer soranik natu
~_@
Dedi
Unknown User - Sunday, August 5, 2007
Great paint apps! There is so many customs that can be done with the Pslocke figure as a base.
fastfreddie - Friday, August 3, 2007
hey hey now...I like using white backdrops....makes my junk show up better most times! this custom is simply irresitable...the pinky tuscadarro of green lanterns
Dr Nightmare - Thursday, August 2, 2007
This is why you shouldn't use white backdrops!
Looks cool though.
Bob-A-Ferret - Wednesday, August 1, 2007
I can't believe I am the first to comment on this fig. Its amazing and beautiful and I would love to add it to my collection. So if you decide to sell let me know I would love to add it to my collection as it is gorgeous.
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