To Me, My X-Men Statues! A Marvel Mutant Gift Guide

Soon after the dawn of humanity, mutants existed. Some mutations grant psionic powers or healing factors, while others enable manipulation of the elements themselves. Mutant powers range far and wide, from the (semi)ordinary to the extraordinary.

The X-Men are one of Marvel’s most popular, and powerful, teams. To be a member, you have to be a mutant. And when it comes to saving the day, these heroes know how to do it in style. Adding an X-Men statue to your collection will definitely give your display some much needed X-factor.

Classic X-Men Statues

You can’t go wrong with the classics, especially when it comes to mutants.


She’s Windrider, Mistress of the Elements, Hadari-Yao of Wakanda and Regent of Sol. Ororo Munroe, AKA Storm, is known by many names — but no matter what you call her, you’ll never want to cross her. Storm is an Omega-level mutant and as a respected leader among her X-Men, she’s a living legend.

Even in statue form, her hair and cape billow with an iron wind while her arms outstretch to summon the rains and lightning. Your collection can weather any storm when Ororo is leading the charge.


Six Adamantium claws and a ferocious snarl — you already know Wolverine isn’t here to mess around. They say he’s the best at what he does, and there’s not much this iconic mutant can’t do.

Rippling muscles and his signature mask give this statue an imposing silhouette, which suits Logan just fine. In his classic brown and yellow uniform, this Wolverine is ready to hunt.


BAMF! A cloud of purple smoke and the slightest hint of brimstone in the air reveal that Nightcrawler is on the attack. Kurt Wagner is a pious man so you better pray he doesn’t consider you an enemy.

The Nightcrawler statue features the mutant in mid-teleportation, with a sword in each hand as a nod to his days in Britain with Excalibur — counting his tail, that’s three good points Nightcrawler brings to the table!

Krakoan Era X-Men

On Krakoa, the X-Men team is elected through community voting. Each year, new mutants have a chance to defend their island nation and uphold the team’s longstanding legacy.


Alongside Magik, Havok, Iceman, and Firestar, Forge is part of the newest X-Men lineup on Krakoa. This Cheyenne technopath isn’t always the most trustworthy — in fact, he’s often plotting against mutantkind’s best interest. Only time will tell whether Krakoa has truly changed this Native hero.

The Forge X-Men statue shows him with his signature large gun, no doubt a new piece of tech he’s whipped up so that any X-Men enemies will be blown away. Don’t get in this guy’s way! Pair him with an Illyana Rasputin statue to recreate Krakoa’s current lineup.


Alex Summers, AKA Havok, is Cyclops’ younger brother. Havok can best be described as a loose cannon, both literally and figuratively. His mutant power lets him absorb nearly any type of energy and release it in a forceful blast, much like his explosive personality.

Iron Studios’ Havok statue shows Alex in the iconic blue and gold suit of the ’90s, a standard X-Men uniform. Havok stands ready to fight, with an arm outstretched to send forth a wave of destructive energy.


Laura Kinney, also known as X-23 or Wolverine, was a member of Krakoa’s first elected X-Men lineup. She’s a clone of Logan with two claws instead of one, but just as much attitude to match.

Wolverine leaps into battle, ready to slash and strike at whatever gets in her way. For teammates, she’s a fierce ally. For enemies, she’s a snarling nightmare.

X-Men Villain Statues

What’s a super hero without their super-villains?


Cain Marko stops at nothing when he has his goal in sight. No, like really, Juggernaut cannot be stopped by any ordinary means or measures of force. The Juggernaut statue reflects this villain’s monumental strength as he barrels ahead, muscled arms held wide and helmeted head first!


This one’s got a bite! Sauron is a vicious predator who seeks to absorb the life energies of others so he can keep flying high — and mutants are at the top of that list. The Sauron statue shows off this mad scientist’s impressive wingspan, as well as a sharp set of teeth poised to chomp down.

Quicksilver / Scarlet Witch

Long before they were trusted Avengers, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch were part of Magneto’s Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Alongside Toad and Mastermind, these twins caused trouble for the original X-Men lineup of Cyclops, Jean Grey, Iceman, Angel, and Beast.

Pietro Maximoff, AKA Quicksilver, is caught in the middle of a mad dash toward battle. His hair flows back in the draft of his speed while his arms and legs propel him forward. Wanda Maximoff casts her hex spheres, a form of chaos magic that few can overcome. Clad in red, a Romani color symbolizing bad luck, Scarlet Witch easily turns the tide of any fight.

X-Men: Night of the Sentinels!

Sentinels are one of the most enduring threats to mutants. In fact, they were created by Bolivar Trask to hunt mutants down and eliminate them from the planet. Not to fear though — when mutants combine their efforts, whether friend or foe, these gargantuan machines don’t stand a chance.

You can create your own brawling-mutant display with the X-Men VS Sentinels #2 battle diorama, which includes Magneto, Gambit, and Juggernaut and the X-Men VS Sentinels #3 featuring Storm, Psylocke, Iceman, Kitty Pryde, and Archangel statues. Dark days of the future will be a thing of the past!

Which of these X-Men statues and collectibles will you be adding to your collection? If you’re still feeling like your lineup needs more power, take out the guesswork of gifting with the Sideshow Gift Card. Available as a physical or digital gift card, it’s the gift everyone will love.

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