Marvel Legends X-Force Deathlok Figure Video Review And Images

Marvel Legends X-Force Deathlok Figure Video Review And Images


Jay Cochran - November 13, 2019
ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Marvel Legends Uncanny X-Force Deathlok figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this at BigBadToyStore.com.



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Atlantis - 2019-11-15 @ 8:00 pm
On ?11?/?13?/?2019 at 5:58 PM, Bluecomet said:

is deathlok by any chance related to Deadpool or experimented on the same way? they look a bit the same.

In what way do they look the same? Or are you referring to the X-Force coloring scheme?

Any way, nope, not related. Deathlok debuted in 1974, set in a (then) futuristic 1990 post-apocalyptic world; he's basically a dead body that was reanimated with cybernetic parts. The first Deathlok was Col Luther Manning, but there have been others; the X-Force version is called Deathlok prime. If you ever get into some Marvel back issue comics, I highly encourage checking out Rich Buckler's 1974 run in Astonishing Tales (you'll laugh at how they thought the 90s would wind up).Frickin' great artist and a bit undersung,he also did a long run on Fantastic Four during the 70s as well. He also brought George Perez into the business. Dude was amazing; he's said to have drawn almost evert major character at Marvel and DC at one time or another.

monron999 - 2019-11-14 @ 2:40 pm
8 minutes ago, Benn said:

Don't forget the retro Deadpool! His guns actually got some paint on them somehow.

Lol, to quote Shartimus, they musta had and extra sweatshop baby available for this one.

Benn - 2019-11-14 @ 2:30 pm
5 minutes ago, monron999 said:

This figure is by no means a world beater, but I do like it better than the original. Something about the color scheme just makes it look a lot cooler. The best thing is between this guy, the Agent Anti-Venom and Camo Punsher weget GUNS, GUNS, GUNS, and not a damn Nerf gun or that wonky looking Luger type gun in sight.

Don't forget the retro Deadpool! His guns actually got some paint on them somehow.

monron999 - 2019-11-14 @ 2:22 pm

This figure is by no means a world beater, but I do like it better than the original. Something about the color scheme just makes it look a lot cooler. The best thing is between this guy, the Agent Anti-Venom and Camo Punsher weget GUNS, GUNS, GUNS, and not a damn Nerf gun or that wonky looking Luger type gun in sight.

Bluecomet - 2019-11-14 @ 6:11 am
2 hours ago, tarot said:

Not even close. Most deathlok are from an alternate future. There has been 3in coming to the prime universe and one born in the prime universethat was basically just the agent of shield tv version turned into a comic version.

This one however is from a future where roxxon took over the world and have their own private army of deathloks

Thanks...never thought there are multiple deathloks.

Bluecomet - 2019-11-14 @ 6:11 am
2 hours ago, ProfessorMangle said:

The closest thing they have to a connection is that they are both "livingweapons"; that is to say lifeforms that have been altered in an attempt to optimize their combat abilities. Most Deathlocks are also essentially a combination of Borg drone, Terminator, and zombie: reanimated cadavers fused with cybernetic components, typically without free will or memories of their previous existence.

Thanks for the explanation, its been 20 yrs of X-men back history I missed out.

ProfessorMangle - 2019-11-14 @ 4:08 am
1 hour ago, Bluecomet said:

is deathlok by any chance related to Deadpool or experimented on the same way? they look a bit the same.

The closest thing they have to a connection is that they are both "livingweapons"; that is to say lifeforms that have been altered in an attempt to optimize their combat abilities. Most Deathlocks are also essentially a combination of Borg drone, Terminator, and zombie: reanimated cadavers fused with cybernetic components, typically without free will or memories of their previous existence.

tarot - 2019-11-14 @ 3:46 am
43 minutes ago, Bluecomet said:

is deathlok by any chance related to Deadpool or experimented on the same way? they look a bit the same.

Not even close. Most deathlok are from an alternate future. There has been 3in coming to the prime universe and one born in the prime universethat was basically just the agent of shield tv version turned into a comic version.

This one however is from a future where roxxon took over the world and have their own private army of deathloks

Bluecomet - 2019-11-14 @ 2:58 am

is deathlok by any chance related to Deadpool or experimented on the same way? they look a bit the same.

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