The third member of the elite X-Men Danger Room Sessions Fine Art Statues in the Marvel Comics Presents Kotobukiya Collection is none other than the most vicious mutant of them all: Sabretooth! Inspired by Jim Lee's 1990s era X-Men, Sabretooth embodies animalistic aggression. The fearsome predator stands ready for battle, his left hand balled into a fist and his right splayed open with claws at the ready. Victor Creed's face is a mask of rage with his fangs bared in a vicious snarl. The mutant's costume is authentic to the last detail, with the iconic brown-and-yellow tiger-striped bodysuit and massive fur collar. Sabretooth is an incredible sculpt that highlights his powerfully muscled physique. Creed's expression and body language just scream "bring it on," daring the Danger Room to take him on! Sculpted by Erick Sosa, the sensational Sabretooth Fine Art Statue stands nearly 14-inches tall in 1:6 scale with the other Danger Room Sessions members Wolverine and Psylocke (sold separately). Beneath his feet is an exclusive base consisting of snow-covered rocky terrain on top of a mechanical projector. Like every mutant in the Danger Room Sessions series, he's mounted on a unique Danger Room holographic environment with translucent parts that glow with a built-in LED light in the base!
With similar powers and abilities including a healing factor, superhuman senses, and claws, Victor Creed was a longtime rival of Wolverine. Truly a feral mutant, Sabretooth relishes close-quarters combat where he can put his fangs, claws, and great strength to good use, trusting his amazing regenerative healing to keep him safe. Though usually against the side of good, Creed has on occasion teamed up with the good guys, including the X-Men, when a greater threat presented itself.
Ever since the early days of Marvel Comics' mutant adventures, "X" teams have trained together in the ultra-high-tech facility known as the Danger Room, equipped with state-of –the-art adaptive combat and athletics routines that challenge each participant in unique ways. The training facility has been featured prominently in X-Men comics over the years, as well as in various cartoons and the third X-Men film.