X-Men Poster #167 Cannonball Warpath Polaris Pixie White Queen Greg Land


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Pixie, Beast, White Queen, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Cannonball, Domino, Warpath, Hepzibah, Colossus, Armor, Iceman, Polaris, Archangel, Storm, Husk, Cyclops, Sunspot and more! James Proudstar, previously known as the second Thunderbird but also known as Warpath first appeared as the second Thunderbird in New Mutants #16. An Apache Native American, Proudstar possesses mutant superhuman strength and speed, like his older brother, the short-lived X-Man Thunderbird, though Warpath’s power-levels are much higher. He originally blamed the X-Men for his brother’s death and joined the villain group the Hellions to get revenge. He later reconsidered his views and became a longtime member of the militant X-Men offshoot X-Force. After a long journey to the Shi’ar Empire with the Uncanny X-Men, Warpath became a member of the new incarnation of X-Force but he left after the events of Necrosha. Warpath is a mutant who possesses superhuman physical ability in virtually all areas: He possesses superhuman strength (used as his main power in X-Force, as the team ‘strong guy’) with his current power levels showing him capable of toppling a Sentinel by clapping, the resulting air pressure causing it to collapse. He has even directly fought with and managed to hold his own against the Juggernaut. He possesses superhuman resistance to injury, at least enough to withstand short-range firepower, grenade explosions, and even a direct telekinetic attack from an Alpha-level mutant psionic such as Exodus. He also repairs and regenerates damaged and destroyed tissue much faster than a normal human, as well as revives and recuperates from exhaustion and fatigue much faster than a normal human. He possesses superhuman agility & flexibility, as he has been officially stated to “move with the grace an Olympic gold-medalist would envy” and “swim with the ease of a porpoise.” His power of flight was discovered by his one-time mentor and team leader Peter Wisdom. This power has not been depicted in later comic storylines, although writer Ed Brubaker has said that he chose not to depict Warpath’s flight power because he didn’t understand how Warpath’s speed and strength would allow it. However, his fighting style in the Messiah Complex storyline has shown him to return to using his flight powers. Warpath’s senses, particularly sight, smell and hearing, are enhanced to levels beyond the capabilities of a normal human. He is able to see with perfect clarity at much greater distances than an ordinary human. He retains this same level of visual clarity, even in near-total darkness. His hearing is similarly heightened, enabling him to both clearly hear sounds that ordinary humans can’t and sounds that they can detect but at much greater distances.

Near mint condition.