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Review: X-Men Gold #20

The X-Men’s victory against the might of Scythian has come at a cost…which might kill them all! How can the X-Men survive on a barren planet? You do not want to miss the status quo-altering final page!

Yes, the X-Men are stranded on a unknown, barren planet.  Things are not looking good for our team of mutant heroes, as the opening pages show Storm thinking she is going to die on the planet. Marc Guggenheim does a good enough job setting up the feeling of despair throughout the various members of the X-Men and their situation. They are alone, hurt, and no one would know where to look for them. My only issue is the despair disappears pretty quickly and things seem to fall into place rather quickly for our heroes, and bing bam boom, they get home (spoiler alert). I mean, they JUST crashed in the last issue, and I would have liked to see them dealing with their situation for at a couple of issues at least.  But as mentioned, it all wraps up rather neatly, and too quickly for my liking, which really was a let down for this issue.

The moments between Kitty and Peter came off as a little melodramatic for my liking as well.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy to see them back together as they have always been one of my favorite pairings within the X-Men, and I get they are in a dire situation and may not make it out. But man, the sugary sweet banter and declarations of love were a little annoying….and no, I am not an insensitive robot who ignores emotions, but seeing Kitty really take the reigns in this series as leader has been great, so to see her being so helpless and not really trying to do much (other then stay phased) really took away from the strong, leadership light she’s been cast in.  I’m not saying that a leader has to be cold an unfeeling, but it was a stark contrast to the Kitty we’ve seen from the beginning of this series.

I did, however, really enjoy the art in this book, courtesy of Diego Bernard (penciler), JP Mayer (inker) and Frank Martin (colorist). They all did a very good job of showing us the environment of this barren planet, the threats that are lurking, and the severity of the situation. They character depictions were well done, conveying their emotions and reactions to their situation really well. I’d say the art was definitely the highlight of this issue for me.

Overall, this issue was just ok for me. I do love it when the X-Men go out on a good space mission, and the beginning of this story arc was good, but it definitely did not stick the landing in ending the story.  Yes, the situation was dire, but it all just ended too fast and too neatly for me. I have issues on how easily Nightcrawler was able to figure out their way home, after only being on an enemy ship for a short time, as a captive, and not seeing much of their technology. And the “status quo” altering ending that the solicit promised? Any reader would have seen it coming pages before, so that was also a let down.  The art in this issue was really good, and for me, the only saving grace. Here’s hoping the next story kicks things up a notch and makes this title exciting again.

Story: Marc Guggenheim  Art: Diego Bernard, JP Mayer, Frank Martin
Story: 5.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 6.5 Recommendation: Read (for us die hard X fans)

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

X-Men: Grand Design Goes Back to Print

Marvel Comics is going back to press for second printings of issues 1 and 2 of X-Men: Grand Design, the critically acclaimed comic book series by Eisner Award-winning, indie cartoonist Ed Piskor. The second printings will feature all new covers by Piskor and will go on sale on February 14, 2018.

The project, which has been worked on for two years, has exceeded stores’ initial orders. Piskor, who is best known for documenting the history of hip hop with the award winning Hip Hop Family Tree graphic novels, is writing, illustrating, coloring and lettering X-Men: Grand Design, for an epic undertaking that distills three decades of complicated comic book continuity into one compelling, self contained story.

X-Men: Grand Design will return late this summer with X-Men: Grand Design, Second Genesis issues 1 and 2. That will “fold-in the gold standard stuff with Wolverine, Phoenix, Storm Colossus, Nightcrawler, and Kitty Pryde.”

Preview: X-Men: Gold #20

X-Men: Gold #20

(W) Marc Guggenheim (A) Lan Medina (CA) Ken Lashley
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 17, 2018
SRP: $3.99

• The X-Men’s victory against the might of Scythian has come at a cost…which might kill them all!
• How can the X-Men survive on a barren planet?
• You DO NOT want to miss the status quo-altering final page!

Why I Won’t Miss Marvel’s Iceman Comic

I have had such a love/hate relationship with Sina Grace‘s Iceman run over its nine issues, but issue nine tipped the scales from “Hey, this is a fun book. I’m feeling it” to “Daken is hot, and it’s nice to see Northstar and his husband, but wow, this is bad.” After spending the five issues having Bobby summon up his courage to come out as gay to his parents via letter, Grace and new series artist Robert Gill have had him let down his hair and relax in the four issues of the “Legacy” era. While having a reunion with his old Champions teammates, Bobby met a cute boy named Judah Miller in L.A. and was thinking about leaving the X-Men and moving to Southern California. This was really a big step for him as a character, and it seemed like Iceman was starting to explore his sexuality more for the first time since he came out in November 2015’s Uncanny X-Men #600.

But that didn’t happen. In Iceman #9, Gill continued to bring the beefcake, and it looked like he and Sina Grace were turning in yet another fun issue with Bobby introducing Judah to his X-Men family and a fight against the mutant-phobic (And probably homophobic) Purifiers while setting up Daken and his edgelord acolyte Amp as the main villain. A throwaway line about the gay former X-Force/X-Factor member Rictor breaking up with his longtime partner Shatterstar should have foreshadowed that events were going to take a turn for the sinister. This is when Daken stabs Judah and makes a joke about fridges, and the plot reason is basically to make Iceman angry and use more of his potential powers.

It’s the “bury your gays” trope in a comic that up to this point has seemed to be about finding your own unique identity even when people hate and criticize you like Bobby’s parents about his life as an X-Man and a gay man.

This trope is even more disappointing coming from Sina Grace, who is a gay man himself, and has written insightful graphic memoirs like Self-Obsessed Nothing Lasts Forever , and even Not My Bag is a humorous, relatable look at balancing an artistic career with a dead end retail job.

Instead of mining the potential of Iceman moving three time zones away from the X-Men and beginning his first romantic relationship with a man, Grace and Gill go for cheap drama and stale story elements. They don’t make an attempt to add Judah Miller to the great stable of “civilian” X-Men supporting characters, like Moira MacTaggert or Stevie Hunter, and just kill him off to further Iceman’s story and make Daken a “more evil” villain.

Also, changing Daken from a seductive manipulator who kisses Judah right in front of Bobby into a remorseless killer makes him much less interesting character. Sure, his powers might have an upgrade, and he might have a new look thanks to the Apocalypse death seed inside him, but the whole sexy bad boy thing goes away. After Daken kisses Judah, there’s a great opportunity for Bobby and Judah to have a talk about their difference in sexual experience, but I guess that’s too mature for a Marvel comic and takes time away from edgy jokes, fight scenes, and mind control drama.

In a very later seasons of The Walking Dead way, killing off Judah does up the stakes of Iceman and finally gives the book a real Big Bad after going more of a villain/antagonist of the week route ranging from Purifiers to Juggernaut and weirdly and slightly more sympathetically, a woman trying to make it in Hollywood by jerry-rigging her own Sentinels. However, Sina Grace falls into the trap of writing gay men as wholesome Modern Family/Will and Grace types, who enjoy fashion and brunching and bisexual men (Really man because Daken is the only bi character in Iceman.) as sexually predatory and villains.

We’re good for fun sexy times and intense flirtation, but definitely aren’t someone to bring home to the X-Men or parents.

I’m not saying that Grace really thinks bisexual men are sociopaths, but it’s a little sad that gay characters, like Bobby, and to a lesser extent after this issue, Judah, can be fully fleshed out human beings with desires, interests, and neuroses while a bisexual character gets coded as the bad guy, who, oops, makes funnier jokes than the good guys. Daken going completely off the rails without having a solid villain motivation beyond his “edgy” bisexual coding is a regressive, boring throwback to the queer coding of Disney villains and using society’s implicit biphobia to make them seem both evil and seductive. It’s up there with connecting Deadpool’s pansexuality to mental illness.

Daken doesn’t have to be a cuddly, Drag Race watching superhero with a strict, no kill policy, but he has to have a stronger character motivation beyond adolescent nihilism or “for the evils”. For example, Steve Orlando wrote the gay anti-hero Midnighter as a murderer, but he killed those who exploited others like he was exploited by the men who experimented on him and implanted his brain with technology to see the outcome of every fight. This is much more fascinating than depraved bisexual serial killer.

Throughout its run, Iceman has suffered from inconsistency in quality from the constantly changing artists to the heavy decompression and sometimes after school special tone of Bobby coming out to parents his in the first storyline. Up to this point, the “Legacy” storyline hasn’t been bad thanks to some fun guest stars like the younger Iceman, Champions, and Northstar and Kyle in Iceman #9, but then Sina Grace decided to sacrifice character growth for hackneyed plot “twists”.

Instead of doing something revolutionary with a rare opportunity to have a gay male character headline his own Marvel book, he falls back on the same old story patterns of mind controlled, queer coded villains and a dead, barely fleshed out love interest to make the light hearted hero darker and more vengeful.

It’s nice to have a mainstream comic book featuring a queer male character as a headliner, but we as readers deserve more than Will and Grace meets Women in Refrigerators, which is why I’ll be missing Iceman less than I probably should. His solo title had an excellent opportunity to zero in on Bobby’s relationships and growth, but now he’ll probably be back as the X-Men’s resident dad jokester and source of untapped potential without even getting to take a shot and see what his life would be outside that world.

Review: Rogue and Gambit #1

Rogue and Gambit #1 is belligerent sexual tension distilled in a single issue of a comic book beginning with artist Pere Perez and colorist Frank D’Armata’s double page spread of Rogue and Gambit’s relationship over the ages. Writer Kelly Thompson, Perez, and D’Armata have oodles of fun with one of the Marvel Universe’s finest “will they, won’t they” pairings. In her plot, Thompson goes full almost fan fiction, loses the superheroics, and has this not so starcrossed pair posing as a couple on retreat while they’re secretly investigating some mutant power surge, then outage. Like Thompson’s other Marvel books, it’s pretty funny even though Perez’s art is a tad on the mid-1990s X-Book generic side.

It’s a shame that such sparkling dialogue and flirtation as well as a cool fight scene featuring X-Men heavy hitters Rogue, Psylocke, and Armor gets stuck with middle of the road art. When it comes to gestures, Pere Perez is fine. The proximity between Rogue and Gambit increases while they’re flirting, and Gambit gets really close to Rogue when she talks about her powers going on and off. But his faces are hit and miss ranging from some great Rogue scorn as she sees that their retreat lodging only has one bed to Kitty Pryde’s rictus as she sends Rogue and Gambit on their mission with some pretty smug dialogue from Thompson. Also, Perez makes some questionable storytelling choices like using weird perspective on a Danger Room battle than looks like he ran out of panel space and had to make Armor and Psylocke two inches tall. (I legitimately thought Armor had picked up size changing abilities.) And there’s also the fact that he frames a panel from the POV of Rogue’s crotch for no reason.

However, Kelly Thompson’s quirky plotting, fun and occasionally sexy dialogue, and Frank D’Armata’s 90s era X-Men color palette meet cool modern restraint make Rogue and Gambit #1 worth reading. From the first couple pages, it’s a book with an identity and purpose: working out the tension in the long suffering relationship between Remy LeBeau and Rogue. Even though there’s mind control and weird energy stuff, Rogue and Gambit #1 is a cross between two friends spending a lot of time together and examining their feelings about each other, or a separated couple taking a vacation to relax and find out where they’re at. And there’s plenty of jokes along the way about X-Men gossip and Deadpool’s kissing abilities, which totally made me want to check out Uncanny Avengers.

Even though this is technically a solo book, Kelly Thompson knows what makes the X-Men tick: splashy action, soapy, yet in-depth relationships, and outsider metaphors. Rogue and Gambit #1 hits on all three with one hell of a retro Sentinel Danger Room duel where Gambit tries to rescue Rogue, but hey, she has super strength. Then, there’s the Rogue and Gambit intense sexual tension that turns all the X-Men around them into either gossip columnists or fan fiction commenters as well as Kitty Pryde settling into the dry wit and slightly manipulative “Professor X” role as team leader. Finally, Kitty describes the place that Rogue and Gambit as kind of a re-education camp, which reminded me a lot of the toxic “pray away the gay” summer camps that are abusive and harmful to young people. And these are often out in the beautiful countryside so the idyllic surroundings don’t detract from the fact that people are being tortured and punished just for expressing their identity.

Its art is nothing to write home about, but Rogue and Gambit #1 is the hilarious, sexy X-Book to get the New Year started off right.

Story: Kelly Thompson Art: Pere Perez Colors: Frank D’Armata
Story: 8.5 Art: 7.0 Overall: 7.8 Recommendation: Read

Marvel Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Gets New Images

X-Men: Dark Phoenix is one of the many anticipated comic based films of 2018. A bunch of new images from the film have been released giving us a better idea of what we might expect.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix is out November 2, 2018.

Review: X-Men: Grand Design #1

A thrilling new series chronicling all of X-Men history! X-Men: Grand Design stitches together the most important moments in mutant history, creating a comprehensive narrative celebrating the X-Men’s past, present, and future. The first in a trilogy, X-Men: Grand Design returns to Charles Xavier’s assembly of Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel, and Beast! A must for fans looking to brush up on their X-Men lore or as jumping-on point for Marvel’s merry mutants.

Ed Piskor takes on the history of the X-Men. That concept alone should get folks excited for it and make it on everyone’s buy list. Much like his multi-volume take on the history of rap, X-Men: Grand Design takes us through the important history of the X-Men. This first volume takes us from the early days of mutants, think before Namor’s attack on New York City, to just before the X-Men’s battle with the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Touching upon some of the most important, and key, moments of X history, Piskor has delivered a comic that feels like the definitive continuity laying things out in order and doing it all in a way where we can easily see where key events relate to each other.

And this comic dives into the obscure early years delivering Professor X’s early years as a kid, his meeting with the Shadow King and Magneto, and his formation of the X-Men. This feels like a solid refresher for this long time X fan but also a perfect read for anyone interested in learning more about the history of this iconic group. Piskor does it in a way so that this first issue also sets up key things to come laying it all out in a timeline and a way that’s easy to follow and see how the dots connect.

Piskor does it all with his amazing art style. There’s no changes at all, this is Piskor’s style as varied from Marvel’s “house” as can be. The look brings an indie sensibility about it all, enhanced by Piskor’s writing. Just an awesome combination of story and art.

What tops off the issue is an index in the back giving even more information about what’s presented and where you can find the various stories touched upon. It changes X-Men: Grand Design from a comic to a visual history project, a source to reference for years to come.

Piskor is giving us the definitive history of the X-Men like he’s done with hip-hop and doing so in a way where it feels fresh and new despite 54 years of existence. He’s doing what feels like the impossible, taking a complicated history and distilling it down to the important moments and presenting it in a way that’s perfect for new and long time fans alike.

Story: Ed Piskor Art: Ed Piskor
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Marvel Reveals Jean Grey’s X-Men: Red Team

Last week, Marvel announced the continuation of Jean Grey’s story with X-Men: Red, a brand new series written by Tom Taylor with art by Mahmud Asrar with a cover by Travis Charest.. Today, Marvel has revealed the heroes who will accompany the omega-level telepath as she battles against one of mutantkind and mankind’s most dangerous villains! This uniquely qualified strike force includes Namor, Nightcrawler, All-New Wolverine, her sister Gabby, Gentle (a mutant from Wakanda), and the mysterious new character Trinary, whose secrets will be revealed throughout the pages of X-Men: Red!

One more “fan-favorite her” will be joining the team in the first arc as the threat escalates. The announcement says that specialized team will be “not just those she trusts, but allies who can survive the oncoming storm.”

When one of the most dangerous X-Men villains returns to wreak havoc, Jean’s dreams of peace are threatened…and order starts to turn to chaos. It’s mutant against mutant this February in an all-new adventure that will have X-fans on the edge of their seats, as Jean Grey’s team takes on the Marvel Universe – only in X-Men: Red!

Marvel Looks at Jean Grey Through the Years

In celebration of one of its most beloved characters, Marvel has released a new video taking a look at Jean Grey Through the Years: a look back at the iconic mutant’s history with the X-Men! Take a moment to relive all Jean Grey’s classic moments, from her debut in 1963’s X-Men #1 to the return of her adult form in the upcoming Phoenix: Resurrection.

Diamond Select In Stores This Week: Justice League, Dark Tower, X-Men, Elf and More!

It’s a Vinimates invasion! This week a vendetta of Vinimates is headed to your local comic shop, courtesy of Diamond Select Toys! From Justice League to Beetlejuice, from Predator to Nightmare Before C­­­hristmas, the 4-inch vinyl figures are sweeping across the pop-culture landscape, and your collection is about to expand dramatically! Also out this week: PVC dioramas from The Dark Tower, a resin statue of Psylocke, resin busts of the Penguin and Doomsday, a Hydra bottle opener, a Nightmare Before Christmas Santa Claus doll, and Minimates from Nightmare, X-Men and Elf! It’s the best of all worlds! Read on for details, then reserve your favorites at your local comic shop or your favorite online retailer!

Batman Animated Series Penguin Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! The fowl felon has arrived in the Batman Animated bust series! Oswald Coblepot, the Penguin, is captured in his classic animated appearance, as he appeared on Batman: The Animated Series. Measuring approximately 6 inches tall, the Penguin perches on a pedestal base inspired by the show’s art-deco architecture, holding his ever-present umbrella. This piece is limited to only 3,000 made, and comes packaged in a full-color, hand-numbered box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #MAY172501, SRP: $59.99)

Beetlejuice Movie Vinimates Vinyl Figures

A Diamond Select Toys Release! He’s the Ghost with the Most! Beetlejuice returns for a new batch of VInimates vinyl figures based on the classic Tim Burton film! Three new four-inch vinyl figures depict Beetlejuice in his cowboy duds, and Adam and Barbara Maitland in their spookiest scaring faces! Each figure is sculpted in the block figure style, striking a pose from the film, with an articulated neck for further posing options. Each Vinimates figure comes packaged in a full-color window box.

Cowboy Beetlejuice Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172636, SRP: $9.99)

Adam Maitland Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172637, SRP: $9.99)

Barbara Maitland Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172638, SRP: $9.99)

Dark Tower Movie Gallery PVC Dioramas

A Diamond Select Toys release! One of the year’s most anticipated films is almost here, and Diamond Select Toys has created some highly anticipated collectibles! Based on the screen adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower novels, this pair of DVD dioramas depicts Idris Elba as the Gunslinger, and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black, each piece featuring the actor’s likeness. With detailed sculpting and paint, these PVC Dioramas measure approximately 10 inches tall and come packaged in full-color window boxes. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!

Gunslinger Diorama (Item #JUN172623, SRP: $45.00)

Man in Black Diorama (Item #JUN172624, SRP: $45.00)

Elf Movie Minimates Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys Release! One of the funniest Christmas movies of all time is now one of the most Christmas-y Minimates sets of all time! Based on the classic holiday comedy Elf, this four-pack of mini-figures includes Buddy the Elf, Jovie, Santa Claus and Walter. Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features 14 points of articulation as well as fully interchangeable parts and accessories. Plus, you get a bonus non-articulated micro-figure of Papa Elf! The set comes packaged on a full-color blister card. (Item #JUN172647, SRP: $24.99)

Justice League Animated Doomsday Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Doomsday is here! The massive Superman villain is muscling into DST’s line of busts based on the DC Animated Universe, and he is guaranteed to dominate your Justice League collection! Measuring just under 7 inches tall, this resin bust of Doomsday is balanced on a pedestal base inspired by the League’s Watchtower satellite. This piece is limited to only 3,000 made, and comes packaged in a full-color, hand-numbered box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #MAY172500,SRP: $59.99)

Justice League Movie Vinimates Vinyl Figures

A Diamond Select Toys Release! Unite the League with this assortment of Vinimates vinyl figures based on the new Justice League feature film! Batman, the Flash and Wonder Woman team up to take on the forces of evil in the first batch of figures from the highly anticipated movie. Each 4-inch vinyl figure is sculpted in a block-figure style, striking a pose straight from the movie. Each comes packaged in a full-color window box.

Batman Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172641, SRP: $9.99)

The Flash Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172642, SRP: $9.99)

Wonder Woman Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172643, SRP: $9.99)

Marvel Hydra Symbol Metal Bottle Opener

A Diamond Select Toys release! Hail Hydra! Ever feel like every time you open a bottle, two more take its place? Well you’ll be able to make short of those pesky bottles with this solid metal bottle opener in the shape of a Hydra logo! With powerful magnets on the back, it will hang on your refrigerator, waiting, until it is activated to fulfill its purpose – opening bottles! Packaged in a full-color slipcase. (Item #JUL172796, SRP: $18.00)

Marvel Minimates X-Men vs. Brotherhood Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys Release! It’s almost the 15th anniversary of the Marvel Minimates line, and to celebrate, we’re going back to where it all began! This four-pack of Minimates captures two classic X-Men and two classic Evil Mutants in the 2-inch mini-figure form. A classically-styled Marvel Girl and Professor X team up to take on Quicksilver (in his green costume) and Toad – one of the first Marvel Minimates ever designed, in his first-ever release! Each Minimates mini-figure features 14 points of articulation and fully interchangeable parts, including unmasked hair for Jean Grey, a Cerebro helmet for Professor X, and alternate parts to turn Professor X into Mastermind! Packaged on a full-color blister card. (Item #JUL172800, SRP: $24.99)

Marvel Premier Collection X-Men Psylocke Resin Statue

A Diamond Select Toys Release! Hello, ninja! The X-Man Psylocke has been a fan-favorite ever since her 1990s makeover into a psychic ninja, and now DST has created the ultimate Psylocke collectible! This full-size resin statue depicts Betsy Braddock on a burning rooftop, surrounded by ninja arrows. Measuring approximately 12 inches tall, the statue is limted to only 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged with a numbered certificate of authenticity in a full-color, hand-numbered box. Sculpted by Alejandro Pereira! (Item #APR172652, SRP: $150.00)

Nightmare Before Christmas Collection Santa Claus Deluxe Cloth

A Diamond Select Toys Release! The deluxe cloth Nightmare Before Christmas doll line continues with a new character! This large-scale doll of Santa Claus is in scale to the previously released Jack, Sally, Finkelstein, Zero and the Mayor, and look like they came straight from the movie! Based on the classic Japanese imports, Santa Claus measures approximately 10 inches tall and features a real cloth costume. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. (Item #APR172633, SRP: $49.99)

Nightmare Before Christmas Minimates Series 5 2-Packs Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys Release! This a new series of Nightmare Before Christmas Minimates will keep you up at night! The cast of creepy characters expands with three new 2-packs: Glow-in-the-Dark Santa Jack with Glow-in-the-Dark Mayor, the specialty-exclusive Corpse Dad and Corpse Mom, and two exclusive Vampires! Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features up to 14 points of articulation with fully interchangeable parts! Each 2-pack comes packaged on a full-color blister card. (Item #JUN172630, SRP: $9.99/ea.)

Nightmare Before Christmas Vinimates Pumpkin King Vinyl Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! What’s this? What’s this? More NBX Vinimates? This line is truly the gift that keeps on giving! This new 4-inch vinyl figure based on Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, the stop-motion classic, is of the Pumpkin King, Jack Skellington’s seasonal alter-ego. Sculpted in the Minimates block-figure style, the Pumpkin King strikes a pose straight from the movie, and features an articulated neck for further posing options. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. (Item #MAR172739, SRP: $9.99)

Predator Movie Vinimates Vinyl Figures

A Diamond Select Toys Release! Two new Predator Vinimates vinyl figures are joining the Vinimates line, and they may be hard to find! The first is Muddy Dutch, depicting the commando as he appeared, covered with mud, at the end of the film; the other is the Cloaked Masked Predator, cast in completely transparent vinyl for a cool invisible effect! Each is perfectly camouflaged against the other! Each 4-inch Vinimate strikes a pose from the film, and features an articulated neck for further posing options. You don’t want to have to hunt them down later, so pre-order now! Each comes packaged in a full-color window box.

Muddy Dutch Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172639, SRP: $9.99)

Masked Cloaked Predator Vinyl Figure (Item #JUN172640, SRP: $9.99)

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