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I have a confession. My four brothers and I were not into comic books. GASP! I know. So I won’t know what I’m talking about if I get into these action figures. But I’ve become a fan of X-Men through the golden age of Marvel movies that we are in today. It makes me wish I was into the comic books as a kid.

In the late 80’s and 90s, the X-Men toy market was booming. ToyBiz, at the time a partially-owned subsidiary of Marvel, was cranking out X-Men toys almost faster than they could be bought up. They created multiple waves of toys every year, multiple editions for the most popular ones.

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