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Hi everyone wondering if I could get your guys help looking for a figure that comes in suit so I could use this extra head I have of tony stark.

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I was doing the same thing. Im thinking professor x regular or movie version . Head might be too small though. i think the jigsaw in a suit is the same body as professor x.

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I used a Harvey Dent movie masters body. It looks pretty good. I'll try & post a pic later.

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I used a Professor X body. It took a little epoxy putty to enlarge the peg so the head would fit, but the end result looks pretty good IMO.

 

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The Prof X body is Galactus series and the head is from series 2 of the 2009 2-packs. Either the Stealth Iron Man or the regular Iron Man came with that head. The face off series unmasked Daredevil head also works very well with the Prof X body so you can make a Matt Murdock as well. If you don't like the colors on the suit but don't wish to paint, you can also use the X-Men movie series 3 (maybe 4 can't remember) Professor X that came in a light blue/grey suit and his all clear plastic wheel chair. Same body just a repainted suit.

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Yeah that's the head I have already like that suit there is a nothin one on ebay with the gray wheelchair. That just says xmen movie figure I wonder if that it the orignal it comes with thew motoroized wheel chair

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Roshan is correct. Prof X is from the Galactus series and his body also makes a great base for a Matt Murdock figure using the unmasked head from the Face-Off series. The nice thing about this one is that it is a straight head swap with no modifications required.

 

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Roshan you mention using the Professor X from the X-Men movie series, but if I'm not mistaken they made his leg joints super loose so that the figure couldn't stand up on his own to mimic his handicap. So I don't think he'd be very useful for a Stark or Murdock figure. However I could be wrong about that.

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Wow really? All this time I kept thinking I was cursed! I think I've gone through 4 movie Professor X figures now and I sold them all back off because I thought they were all beat up :P Man I'm an idiot

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No matter how much you think you know, there's always something new to learn. And often the new things you learn are the simplest things :D

 

Dude, that is freakin' hilarious! :laugh:

 

Well, now at least you know you're not cursed.

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people also use DC Universe figures that come with suits: Clark Kent, The Riddler, The Question, Two-Face, etc.

Plus the Movie Master Batman the Dark Knight figures as well.

IF you don't mind painting, the most easily available is any Heath Ledger Joker figure.

 

 

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The only problem with the Movie Masters figures like Harvey Dent and Scarecrow are they are a little too small to mix with DCUC and ML.

 

For example, I bought a MM Scarecrow just to do a head swap and make a Bruce Wayne, but I then discovered he's at least a half a head too short to be Bruce Wayne, so I ended up just using him as Peter Parker, who's not all that tall.

 

A good figure to use for Steve Rogers or Bruce Wayne is the new DCUC Jack Knight (modern) Starman. He's super-poseable and he's wearing a leather jacket and regular pants. All you to do is swap out his head and remove the logo on his back.

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No matter how much you think you know, there's always something new to learn. And often the new things you learn are the simplest things :D

 

Dude, that is freakin' hilarious! :laugh:

 

Well, now at least you know you're not cursed.

 

True that brother.

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@ KevinHulk ... NICE!!!

 

@ Ninjak: where did you get your room props Ninjak?

 

and yeah, the Movie Masters are smaller, but there is so little we have as a choice.

the WWE figures with suits are too big.

The Dark Knight figs are too small.And anything in between from ML or DCUC is too scarce.

 

awww, the choices of action figure enthusiasts ...... :unsure:

 

 

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You could try using the Walter Peck suited figure from the Movie Master's Ghostbusters. I think it's a retooling of the Two-Face figure but with a three piece suit instead of 2 piece. Plus you won't have to deal with the horrible stripped tie that Two-Face comes with. I currently use my Walter Peck for my suited Bruce Wayne but a swap of the heads with the Marvel Legends 2-Pack Tony Stark or the Mark IV Tony would make a good Stark. Also you could try using a Clark Kent suited figure as well.

 

Here are some pics I just took.

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like the harvey dent one, actually just got one @ toys rus today and it will work thanks alot guys you have been alot of help!

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@ Ninjak: where did you get your room props Ninjak?

 

 

Oh, you know me, I picked them up here and there. The desk came with the Spider-Man Movie J. Jonah Jameson figure (best pack-in prop ever). The bookshelf I found at a craft store (Michael's I think). It was raw wood so I had to stain it myself and the books are pictures I printed out from my computer. As for the file cabinet, I made that from a small plastic box I had and pics printed from the computer that I glued onto the front, top and sides.

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@ Ninjak: where did you get your room props Ninjak?

 

 

Oh, you know me, I picked them up here and there. The desk came with the Spider-Man Movie J. Jonah Jameson figure (best pack-in prop ever). The bookshelf I found at a craft store (Michael's I think). It was raw wood so I had to stain it myself and the books are pictures I printed out from my computer. As for the file cabinet, I made that from a small plastic box I had and pics printed from the computer that I glued onto the front, top and sides.

For a bookshelf you can use the one that came with the movie Peter Parker figure, really nice and you don't have the hasle of staining it.

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