Statue Wolverine Unleashed Deluxe – X-Men – Art Scale 1/10 – Iron Studios
Ignoring the ninja arrows shot in his direction, pierced into the wooden deck by his feet, the old mutant hero advances through the oriental garden among the ancestral stones and bonsai vegetation, with his sharp metallic claws exposed and a secular Katana sword stuck to his back. The relentless and fearless warrior follows his mission without hesitate, be with his face covered by the characteristic mask or with his rude face exposed, here inspired by an “Oni”, a typical demon in the Japanese folklore, and wearing his brown and orange costume that made him popular in the 1980s, Iron Studios proudly present the statue “Wolverine Unleashed Deluxe – Wolverine 50th Anniversary – Art Scale 1/10”, over a themed diorama base of a typical Japanese set, country in which the hero lived some of his most memorable and emblematic adventures, bringing an interchangeable extra head with the option of the hero with or without the mask.
Born a mutant with enhanced senses, retractable claws, and great regeneration abilities, his power called healing factor slows his aging, and because of that, he is over 100 years old, and his baptism name is James Howlett. James adopted the name Logan from his alleged biological father, and in the past, he was a test subject of the Canadian government on an experiment called Weapon X Project, in which his skeleton and claws were coated in Adamantium, an indestructible and fictitious metal. Without the memory of most of his past, Logan adopted the codename Wolverine and became one of the most important members of the X-Men, besides acting as member of many other superhero groups such as Alpha Flight, X-Force, and the New Avengers. Created by Len Wein, John Romita and Herb Trimpe in 1974, appearing for the first time as Wolverine in the comics as supporting rival of the Incredible Hulk.