Fleeing a hostile future world of rampant Mutant persecution, Rachel Summers time travels to the 1980’s in an effort to prevent a doomsday future from occurring. But upon arriving here, she begins to wonder if she arrived in the correct time line. The Phoenix II figure represents Rachel Summers at the height of her power. Featuring 7 points of articulation, Phoenix is ready to take on any adversary.

Phoenix was created using a multitude of parts. Her upper body is from a Princess Fiona figure, from the McFarlane Shrek movie line, while her legs originally belonged to an X-Men Movie Jean Grey. The head is from a McFarlane Metal Gear Fortune figure and the ponytail is leftover from the Princess Fiona figure. The artwork on the display base was was created in photoshop by Matt Cauley, based on the fantastic X-Men #199 cover as originally drawn by John Romita Jr.

Created Fall 2002

Featured in CustomCon 9


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