Thursday, November 7, 2013

(The Uncanny X-Men) X-Force (Toy Biz)



X-Force
Toy Biz
1992-1996


The original concept for the comic book series was conceived by artist Rob Liefeld during his years with Marvel Comics. The team made their first appearance in New Mutants number 100, and since then have gone on to be as popular as most of the "X" titles produced by Marvel. The team has featured iconic heroes such as Cable, Deadpool, Domino, and even Wolverine - Just to mention a few. Oddly enough - The title is one of the very few at the helm of Liefeld's that actually got less popular when he left the series (most have gotten more popular).

With the numerous mutants at their disposal, and a strong license already well utilized, Toy Biz developed the below series to coincide with their highly popular Marvel based toys. X-Force began as a sub series of Toy Biz's The Uncanny X-Men (later shortened to just X-Men) series, but encompassed so many waves of figures that collectors began treating it like its own series.  In its five year run, almost fifty action figures were produced, making it one of the most largest sub series to any toy line to date.

SERIES 1
Cable*Deadpool*Forearm
G.W. Bridge*Gideon


SERIES 1
Kane (Blue Holster)*Kane (Red Holster)*Shatterstar
Stryfe*Warpath


SERIES 2
Cable (2nd Edition)*Cable (3rd Edition)
Cannonball (Pink Jacket)*Cannonball (Purple Jacket)


SERIES 2
Grizzly*Kane
Krule


SERIES 3
Cable (4th Edition)*Mojo
Pyro*Quark


SERIES 3
Rictor*Shatterstar (2nd Edition)
Sunspot


SERIES 4
Black Tom*Cable (5th Edition)
Commcast*Killspree


SERIES 4
Slayback*Warpath (2nd Edition)
X-Treme


SERIES 5
Avalanche*Black Tom*Cable (Urban Assault)*Commando
Exodus*Mojo


SERIES 6
Cable (Cyborg)*Caliban
Deadpool*Domino


SERIES 6
Genesis*Nimrod
The Blob


SERIES 7
Cable (Arctic Armor)*Cable (Stealth)
Killspree II*Shatterstar III



Join us next time when we take a look at Marvel's Famous Couples!

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