As far as I know, this Mike Mignola designed Freeze only appeared in the Batman: Mr. Freeze one-shot that was released around the time the “Batman and Robin” movie came out. Even though the costume was only seen in a flashback sequence, that was all the official continuity I needed to adapt the traditionally animated design for my Angst 6″ shelf.

First off, Mr. Freeze uses a Magneto figure from the original X-Men Movie line. Plastic styrene and Kneadatite form the ribbing, while the dome came from a Scholastic crystal rock experiment, found in the science section of a Toys R’ Us. The air tank comes from the same edible candy lipstick item I found at K-B Toys recently. Oh, and the head comes from a movie Star Trek Jean-Luc Picard.

I’m really pleased with how little he resembles Magneto at this point. I might have to reuse that base again in the future.

Created Summer 2002

Featured in Lee’s Action Figure and Toy Review, Issue #121


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