A Call to Action (Figures): Halloween Special

Wolverine is the best there is at what he does and what he does is get very upset when people can’t guess his half-assed costumes at Halloween parties. Can you guess what he’s dressed as in these costumes? Get enough right and maybe he’ll be your friend!











1. Mitch Brenner, The Birds.
2. Leatherface, Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
3. The Blair Witch, The Blair Witch Project.
4. Ash Williams, The Evil Dead.
5. Dracula, Dracula.
6. Freddy Krueger, Nightmare on Elm Street.
7. Adam Faulkner-Stanheight, Saw.
8. Samara, The Ring.
9. Frankenstein’s Monster, Frankenstein.
10. Jason Voorhees, Friday the 13th.

How many did you get right determines your new relationship with real life X-Man Wolverine!


Whoops! Old Wolvy lost his temper and stabbed you with a prop knife and then his adamantium claws. Maybe one of the other X-Men around can patch you up or teleport you to a hospital because you’re losing an awful lot of blood.


Wolverine, weeping, asks if you know how hard he worked on these. Can a healing factor fix a broken heart?


The two of you stand together awkwardly by a punch bowl. Wolverine tells you he has laundry to do and leaves. At least he didn’t stab you!


You and Wolverine become acquaintances. He says he’ll follow you on Twitter but doesn’t.


You’re friends with an honest to God X-Men! Holy $@#+! He even called you bub! There’s no shame in swooning.

You have become Wolverine’s love interest. For the next four to six weeks, expect a whirlwind romance before his sometimes step-brother, sometimes father, sometimes ally, and sometimes enemy Sabretooth guts you to sell more books!

A Call to Action (Figures) is a monthly column published in the middle of the month, chronicling my rants and raves about all things action figure.

How many did you get right? What was your favorite Halloween costume? If you got ten right, how good of a kisser is Wolverine? Let me know in the comments!

By Ryan Bradley

I've been collecting action figures for as long as I can remember. In 2009, I shifted my focus from general collecting to 3 and 3/4 inch to try and get all of my figures to one scale. I'm a freelance writer who started working at Action Figure Fury in 2014.


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