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X-Men: Days of Future Past 1/6th scale Wolverine (1973 Version) Figure From Hot Toys


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In a future world torn apart by hatred of all mutants, Wolverine is one of the few remaining X-Men able to continue the fight against Sentinels - the highly efficient killing mutant machines. Now older and wiser, Wolverine volunteers to go back in time and rally the X-Men of the past to restore the world to its rightful path.

Hot Toys is thrilled to revisit the highly-acclaimed X-Men: Days of Future Past movie by presenting a Deluxe Version of Wolverine outfitted in 1973 fashion as the latest 1/6th scale collectible figure, comes with a remarkable diorama base to compliment the display.

The movie-accurate collectible figure is beautifully crafted based on the appearance of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in the movie. It features a newly developed head sculpt and hair sculpture with impressive likeness, carefully tailored costume with a genuine leather jacket to complete his striking look, interchangeable hands with bone claws and a pair of seamless forearms and clawed hands for Wolverine’s alternate styling.

The Deluxe Version includes a greatly detail diorama figure base that replicates the peculiar terrain of combat.

A Special Edition available in selected markets includes a Sentinel forearm machine gun.

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I wonder if they made this figure long ago but back then Marvel wasn't too happy with promoting Fox movie so they shelved it. As for the figure, It kinda looks skinny, Jackman was probably the most ripped he has been in that movie, if anything I would be happy if they gave us a shirtless option with a  well sculpted anatomy.

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On 7/14/2022 at 6:29 PM, SpiderS said:

I wonder if they made this figure long ago but back then Marvel wasn't too happy with promoting Fox movie so they shelved it. As for the figure, It kinda looks skinny, Jackman was probably the most ripped he has been in that movie, if anything I would be happy if they gave us a shirtless option with a  well sculpted anatomy.

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I think it's more likely that their licensing deal with Fox ended, while they kept their agreement with Disney. After the merger they surely renegotiated with Disney to start doing Fox properties again, and it may not have been finalized until recently.

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