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  1. Yeah, that would certainly make for a very troublesome, weird, and highly dysfunctional combination. Like...Wild Child is practically the only one there besides Havok or Psylocke that have ever really evidenced much in the way of redeeming qualities (and that depends entirely on how feral he is or isn't at any given moment). And even Psylocke is kind of a strange one now, since it's not Betsy but rather Kwannon, who was a Hand Assassin before her body got hijacked. I'm sure Havok's gonna be just thrilled to work with Sinister....
  2. The most recent Avengers version is much bulkier than she's typically portrayed.
  3. Jocasta White Queen (Classic) Tigra Meteorite/Moonstone (Dark Ms. Marvel would be fine too) Armored Psylocke Domino (Classic/90's) America Chavez BAF: Anaconda (with interchangeable stretchy/snakey arms).
  4. I was never particularly a fan of Nanny and Orphan Maker myself. Mostly because there were a lot more compelling villains introduced during that timeframe (like Apocalypse and Sinister) and they just seemed to pale by comparison. But as to Sinister and Scalphunter, the tweet Marvel sent out announcing this didn't make it sound like they were going to be "good guys now." They've already show in other titles that some of the villains who have been invited to Krakoa are indeed still in it just for themselves/their own agendas. Sinister may well be no different. The X-Men have had at least a few temporary-members in semi-recent years that turned out to still be rotten apples when the storylines were concluded. So basically, I'd say your fears of Sinister becoming a "reluctant good guy" may be unfounded.
  5. It strikes as almost being like an X-Men flavored Suicide Squad.
  6. "Good guys." The tweet Marvel used to announce them definitely didn't make it sound like reformation is particularly in the cards. The "Micronaut ripoff" is Orphan-Maker. He's the bodyguard/enforcer of Nanny (The Humpty-Dumpty thing). They're pretty obscure late 80's/early 90's creations. Both are mutants though Orphan-Maker's power has never been explicitly revealed. Nanny's a cyborg-mutant with low-level telepathy/suggestion powers. Their whole shtick used to be running around gathering up young mutant kids (and killing their parents in the process) to try to "protect" them.
  7. Whoo! Called it on Scalphunter. But man this is the weirdest X-team ever.
  8. On one hand I agree that between his seat on the High Council and his Lab he doesn't have time to be on a "team." But somehow several of the other High Council members are managing it, so...who knows? Emplate, Danger, and Sinister are all possible at this point.
  9. Yeah, but it's his most "iconic/recognizable" look so with this whole "back to basics" approach House of X is taking with most of the costumes it makes sense. And besides, maybe it means we'll finally get a decent modern Legends version of it....one more on the Outback X-Men Checklist!
  10. Conversely, if we're going old-school Hellions the most "troublesome" would probably be Empath, who would be another strong contender (even if the pose might be a little weird). I do vaguely recall the Dark Riders being called Inhumans at some point. But ehn, that's the kind of detail that's easily retconned. I think Emplate is a strong possibility for "fringes silhouette" though Sinister remains a strong choice as well (mostly because he'd be personally despised by almost everyone on the team). On a side note: I mostly like the mild redesigns for Nanny and Orphan-Maker.
  11. Trapster and Wizard definitely feel way overdue.
  12. Oh man, I'd love X-Cutioner, but he's not a mutant so doesn't seem like it'd make sense. Loved the character concept, though, even if he only had a few appearances. Sunfire is a strong possibility, given his sometimes-abrasive personality (and I don't think Vulcan wore that style of glove).
  13. Been a while since I popped into this one, but I like the U-Foes idea. Vapor is one of a very few figures where not having normal legs included...totally makes sense. Though she might end up more of an accessory than an articulated figure.
  14. Air Walker - Firelord - Nova Classic Longshot - Armored Psylocke - Outback Rogue Feral - Rictor - 90's Domino Techno/Fixer - MACH V/Beetle - Meteorite/Moonstone Warriors Three (Comic or MCU or Both) Box (Classic) - Marinna Dr. Strange (Classic) - Baron Mordo (Classic) Kurse - Balder the Brave Comic Skurge - Comic Heimdall
  15. Wave 1: BAF: Titanium Man (Classic) Extremis Iron Man Update (No BAF Piece) Silver Centurion Armor War Machine Mk. 1 (Comic) Mandarin Blacklash Melter Tigra Wave 2: BAF: Controller 90's Modular Armor (No BAF Piece) Iron Man 2020/Arno Stark Count Nefaria Madame Masque Update Crimson Dynamo Mk IV Modern Whiplash Comic Rescue w/ Unmasked Head
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