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Swap-out gloved fists featuring Logan’s classic bone claws
“Wanna bet your life you can survive my claws?”
SNIKT! Sideshow presents the Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure, a new Marvel collectible based on Logan’s classic X-Men costume.
The Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure features a comic-inspired head sculpt of everyone’s favorite feral mutant, with a stern expression beneath his yellow and black finned cowl. Wolverine’s costume includes a yellow fabric bodysuit with black stripes, a set of blue fabric briefs, and a red fabric belt with an ‘X’ buckle. His classic costume also has sculpted elements like distressed blue shoulder armor as well as blue and black gauntlets and two-part boots.
The Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure features a number of swap-out elements allowing you to perfect his powerful pose in your Marvel collection. Logan comes with a pair of fists and a pair of action hands, which can both be fitted with the swappable hand plate with his Adamantium claws and the hand plate without claws. For further configurations, the Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure includes three sets of muscular, swappable arms- a pair of articulated arms, a pair of non-articulated bent arms, and a pair of non-articulated straight arms. Unleash this iconic Marvel hero’s full fury with this variety of vicious accessories and display options.
Pop the claws in your Marvel collection and bring home the Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure today, bub!
The Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure features:
* Size and weight are approx. values
© 2019 MARVEL
The Exclusive Edition of the Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure includes a pair of swap-out gloved fists featuring Logan’s classic bone claws. Return to Wolverine’s origins with this exclusive additional display option.
“I’m Wolverine. If you’re smart, you don’t want me for an enemy.”
SNIKT! Sideshow presents the Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure, clawing his way into your universe of Marvel collectibles.
The Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure features a comic-based head sculpt of everyone’s favorite feral mutant inspired by his Astonishing X-Men appearance, with a yellow cowl featuring shorter black fins and his signature scowling expression. Wolverine’s costume includes a yellow fabric bodysuit with blue stripes and a brown fabric belt with a circular ‘X’ belt buckle. Logan’s look also includes sculpted elements like distressed blue shoulder armor, matching gauntlets, and two-part black and blue boots.
The Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure features a number of swap-out elements allowing you to create the perfect powerful pose in your Marvel collection. Logan comes with a pair of action hands and a pair of fists, which can both be fitted with a set of swappable hand plates featuring his extended Adamantium claws or a set of hand plates without the claws. For further possible configuration, the Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure includes three sets of muscular, swappable arms — a pair of articulated arms, a pair of non-articulated bent arms, and a pair of non-articulated straight arms. Unleash this iconic Marvel hero’s full fury with this variety of vicious accessories and display options.
The Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure is ready to shred your shelves, so pop the claws in your Marvel collection and bring him home today, bub.
Wolverine (Astonishing Version)
The Wolverine (Astonishing Version) Sixth Scale Figure features:
© 2020 MARVEL
l love this
I love it
Awesome figure!!!! why only 4 stars? On my figure the claws keep falling out of their slots. What I did to remedy this is I put a small pinch of sticky putty in the slots and no more claws falling out of position plus the sticky putty is not permanent so it wont hurt your investment/figure, The final thing is and this is in general the comic book wolverine is kinda short and it would of been cool if this sixth scale figure would of been true to scale. But overall this is a awesome figure and is Hot Toys caliber.
This is the Wolverine figure I've been waiting for since I was a kid. I have a bunch of Hugh Jackman figures with claws coming out of their knuckles but THIS is Wolverine. Although I like the classic tiger stripe costume more, I much prefer the head sculpt on the astonishing version. The 3 pairs of arms give you a good number of options to pose him with. I put a little blu tac in his hands so the claws stay put, no problem. My only concern is the blue shiny material on his thighs being damaged or forever wrinkled if I leave him in deep crouching poses. I started collecting sixth scale with Sideshow's Buffy and Hellboy figures and I have a renewed confidence and support with them again thanks to their recent Michael Myers and this outstanding figure. Great work Sideshow, and thank you!
This is Wolverine in a nutshell.
Honestly, all the joints are pretty stiff on my particular figure. The claws on mine don't really seem to fall out either, as most people were saying. If you really really want to pose him in like a deep crouch in might be difficult, but you could still do it. But overall, everything is pretty rad honestly. The sculpted arms look really good in my opinion, but the the articulated ones are very good for pretty much any pose, just lacks a little bicep swivel.
The only cons would be, there are two tiny little black dots near the elbow on the sculpted right arm, but you will never be able to see them unless you're pretty up close, nor would you be able to see them in the pictures at all, so not a big deal.
There is also a tiny little separation in the seam right below his right armpit, but once again, you can't see it, and it's nothing major at all, I've seen worse on this figure.
Lastly, the eyes could be more white with natural light. I have a puck light pointed on his eyes, under lighting him and it looks super super sick. Looks like his eyes are glowing! But sometimes during the normal daytime or in general his eyes look more silver or grey than white.
Overall, if you're a fan of the classic Wolverine look, there is no mistaking who this is from a mile away, and I don't think we will be getting another Tiger Stripe suit anytime soon. So I would definitely recommend it. It may be a tiny below Hot Toys quality, but it is still pretty much there in my opinion. I will always love the 90s Animated Show, and if you do too, this is kinda a must have.