Marvel Legends Series X-Men Mystique 90s Animated Series Video Review And Images

Marvel Legends Series X-Men Mystique 90s Animated Series Video Review And Images


Outsiders - January 14, 2023
BlueComet takes a look at the Marvel Legends Series X-Men Mystique 90s Animated Series figure from Hasbro.



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Air-Walker - 2023-01-16 @ 5:11 am
On 1/15/2023 at 7:16 AM, monron999 said:

As a long time fan of Mystique it's a damn shame this figure, and pretty much any one that came before this one, was done on that wonky, wobbly, noodle legged Kate Bishop buck. I would pay good money to see it redone on literally any other female buck.

Oh gawds yes! Her, Red suit Elektra and Grey suit Black Widow would be my prime choices, but really, pretty much every character made on that ridiculous body. The sooner it's gone the better, and it can't be gone soon enough!

monron999 - 2023-01-16 @ 4:09 am
On 1/15/2023 at 12:06 PM, Lord_Scareglow said:

to address the more then 1 female in a multipack, that argument doesn't really work, I don't think Hasbro is afraid of more then 1 woman in a pack, case's in point, A-Force 6 Pack and Excalibur which had both Meggan and Kitty, and those both sold very well.

Ahhhhh yes, the A-Force set. Actually A-Force set vs. the Excalibur set kinda makes both sides of my point. If I recall, and I do, the A-Force set came out of the gate strong but it did sputter out and sit on the shelves at TRU for over a year, even at mark down. I don't think it was simply because it was all female but probably a combination of several factors. Firstly the mold She-Hulk was done on was terrible and a bit undersized. Secondly the two most desirable characters (Spectrum & Bloodstone) were done on the dreadful Kate Bishop buck. Thirdly, I'm not sure how many people even knew who the hell Singularity is. Finally, I think once the reviews came out, people realized just how much of a shoestring budget this set was done on and just decided to payass. I bought three. One to open, one for MIB and one simply because it was on sale, but overall I would say it was quite an underwhelming set.

As for the Excalibur set, well it is what it is, a much improved Cap Brit and two much requested female characters on new or unique bucks. It was all about character selection.

Lord_Scareglow - 2023-01-15 @ 6:06 pm
On 1/15/2023 at 7:16 AM, monron999 said:

As a long time fan of Mystique it's a damn shame this figure, and pretty much any one that came before this one, was done on that wonky, wobbly, noodle legged Kate Bishop buck. I would pay good money to see it redone on literally any other female buck. Of course, at this point, the best chance of getting another Mystique anytime soon would be in a multi-pack. I'd love to see another Family Values type set with Nightcrawler in a different costume and either Rogue in her 80's aerobics costume or Destiny, but even though most of us would get behind it, I still think Hasbro is scared to put their money where their mouth is and take a chance on a set containing 2 female characters. Historically it doesn't happen, but I firmly believe it all comes down to character selection at the end of the day.

I know some will point to the Pepper & Carol 2 pack, which I did order, but I'm pretty sure that one has been perpetually on sale for at least a year now. I'd have to say, as an experiment it's mostly considered a failure. As they literally did 5 versions of CM before that one I would gamble to say the bigger driving force behind that set was Rescue with the Pepper head sculpt. I know it was for me, and TBH the Captain Eyeroll figure was the best one to date.

to address the more then 1 female in a multipack, that argument doesn't really work, I don't think Hasbro is afraid of more then 1 woman in a pack, case's in point, A-Force 6 Pack and Excalibur which had both Meggan and Kitty, and those both sold very well.

I agree we need a new Mystique at some point with the less wonky legs, but the truth is the Walgreens figure is actually still awesome to me, it is one of my fav legends, sure she could have used a less scrawny buck, but hey..

this figure here though, it really bugs me, it's a terrible shade of blue, horrid blue weapons, a less then stellar face sculpt, and really should have been an update to the older figure but just keeps all of it's downfalls and makes it uglier, no reason why this couldn't have been better, people have wanted a Mystique forever since that Walgreens one was so hard to obtain, even if I didn't have a Mystique this one wouldn't be the one I'd get, even though the Cellshading is minimal.

monron999 - 2023-01-15 @ 12:16 pm

As a long time fan of Mystique it's a damn shame this figure, and pretty much any one that came before this one, was done on that wonky, wobbly, noodle legged Kate Bishop buck. I would pay good money to see it redone on literally any other female buck. Of course, at this point, the best chance of getting another Mystique anytime soon would be in a multi-pack. I'd love to see another Family Values type set with Nightcrawler in a different costume and either Rogue in her 80's aerobics costume or Destiny, but even though most of us would get behind it, I still think Hasbro is scared to put their money where their mouth is and take a chance on a set containing 2 female characters. Historically it doesn't happen, but I firmly believe it all comes down to character selection at the end of the day.

I know some will point to the Pepper & Carol 2 pack, which I did order, but I'm pretty sure that one has been perpetually on sale for at least a year now. I'd have to say, as an experiment it's mostly considered a failure. As they literally did 5 versions of CM before that one I would gamble to say the bigger driving force behind that set was Rescue with the Pepper head sculpt. I know it was for me, and TBH the Captain Eyeroll figure was the best one to date.

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