MARVEL (Famous Covers) action figures
Presented here as she looked in the classic UNCANNY X-MEN #126 from April of 1980, Storm wears the same costume she did during her very first appearance.
Responding to the appearance of the out-of-control mutant, Proteus, Storm and her fellow X-Men arrive on the scene. Using her incredible mutant powers of weather control, Storm works together with Nightcrawler, Colossus, and Cyclops to restrain the mutant in hopes of helping him learn to control his own mutant abilities.
Presented here in his classic blue and gold costume, Wolverine looks as he did in Uncanny X-Men #133, first published in May of 1980. In the storm entitled "Wolverine Alone," Wolverine's fellow X-Man Phoenix has been kidnapped by the evil forces of the Inner Circle.
Entering into battle against the members of the Inner Circle, Wolverine is sent plunging deep below the club by the mutant Harry Leland. Left to single handedly take on a division of Inner Circle soldiers, Wolverine leaps into battle! In one of his most memorable scenes, we see that so savage and intimidating is Wolverine that when the last heavily-armed soldier is left to face the adamantium-clawed hero alone he drops his gun and flees rather than face the power of Wolverine!
8" ultra poseable figure features authentic fabric costume.
Presented here in the classic red costume, Daredevil looks just as he did in the milestone issue, DAREDEVIL #7. Shown battling the undersea prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner on the cover of the issue, Daredevil seems to have met his match. But his reasoning as well as his fighting skills helps him win in the end, leaving both Daredevil and Namor with a valuable lesson. 8" scale.
Presented here as they appeared in the now-classic Fantastic Four #3, Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman sport their very first costumes! Showcasing not only their first appearances in costume, this issue also features the premiere of many of the Fantastic Four's vehicles and machinery. Soundly defeating the villainous Miracle Man by issue's end, the FF are victorious, but left to face the possibility that the Human Torch may leave the team!
These two 8" ultra poseable figures with authentic fabric costumes were a Target exclusive and limited to a production run of 12,000 pieces.