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‘Pryde of the X-Men’ Wolverine Figure Calls Back to a Classic

Collectors, get those bank accounts ready! Mondo released images of its new Limited Edition Wolverine six scale figure, and it calls back to a classic. And the “Pryde of the X-Men Variant” edition features Logan rocking the yellow and brown look from 1989’s X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men pilot.

A collectible figure of Wolverine by Mondo features extendable claws
Mondo

Due to financial issues, the series told from Kitty Pryde’s point of view only had a pilot. It then went to the TV graveyard. But, it did have a line of action figures and toys where Wolverine’s yellow and brown attire is a feature. However, fans best remember Pryde of the X-Men as a popular arcade game from Konami that some believe is better than the pilot. 

The figure is built similarly to the previous “Sad Wolverine” figure. In fact, it even includes another miniature picture frame of Jean Grey and Scott that Logan can wistfully stare at. Poor Logan, lovelorn forever. Even as a collectible.

Mondo's new 1/6 scale Wolverine figure and its accessories
Mondo

Wolverine looks at a photo frame of Jean Grey wistfully
Mondo

Additionally, the limited edition figure includes four swappable heads, claws that retract and extend, and a lightning claw energy effect. And if you don’t want Wolverine in a permanent state of depression, swap that photo of Cyclops and Jean Grey out with a photo of your own. Or, feed Wolverine a turkey leg that Mondo includes as well! Either way, the unique sixth scale figure has many poses and ways to enjoy the new collectible. 

A Mondo 1/6 scale Wolverine figure holds a turkey leg
Mondo

The Pryde of the X-Men Limited Edition Wolverine is now available for pre-order. The collectible is limited to 500, and only two per household. So expect this to sell out fast. However, expect a bit of a wait as Wolverine will ship in Spring 2022. 

As far as how much another sad Logan will set you back? Mondo lists the cost as $200 and offers a payment plan for customers in the US. You can order it here.

Yolanda Machado is the West Coast News Editor for Nerdist. Her work appears at TheWrap, The Hollywood Reporter, ELLE, GQ, and more.

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