Good ol’ Chuck Xavier. ToyBiz actually came pretty close to releasing an X-Men Evolution Prof. X, but the figure was ultimately scrapped. That was probably for the best, though, as the version that was shown seemed to be a strict repaint from the X-Men Movie line.

My custom Professor X is a reworked Logan figure with lots of trimming here and there. The legs in particular underwent a substantial amount of work. They had to be sliced at the thighs and rotated so Charles would fit properly in his wheelchair. His jacket was recycled along with the wheelchair from an X-Men Movie Prof. X, though only the “vest” portion of the coat proved useful. The sleeves are still from Logan, except they were extended with Kneadatite to run the length of the arm. Kneadatite was also used to fill in certain gaps that appeared when the vest proved not to fit properly. Clear vinyl was added to the pants to give them the proper cuff. The Professor’s hands came from an X-Evo Spyke, who had the perfect gestures for the world’s greatest mind.

Professor X is one of the first X-Men Evolution customs I ever made, but he is still one of my favorites. You can’t have the X-Men without the Professor to lead them, after all.

Created Spring 2003


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