Scarlet Witch was created from a Battle Blasters Jean Grey torso with legs from an Anime-styled Rogue figure. She has lost all leg articulation, but that would have proved awkward with her coat regardless. Speaking of the coat, this is also from Rogue. Well, the top half, that is. The lower half came from an unknown wrestling figure.

The head is from an X-Evo Storm, modified to look more like Wanda. Little strips of styrene were added to give her the cross ear rings and Kneadatite was added for the hair.

She is barely posable because of her jacket, but she still makes for a striking custom on the shelf.

Created Summer 2003


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