Climbing on a pile of old furniture and destroyed from the demolished Mansion X, the relentless mutant warrior stands for combat. With ferocious eyes and a keen smile on her face, she opens her arms, exposing her hands with big Adamantium claws for fingers, a result of cybernetic enhancements to make her even more deadly and efficient. Adding to the line that compose the diorama of the X-Men against Magneto dominating the giant Sentinel robots and a horde of mutant villains by his side, Iron Studios present their statue “Lady Deathstrike - X-Men - BDS Art Scale 1/10" with the murderous mutant, mercenary and assassin cyborg.
Daughter of Japanese scientist Kenji Oyama, known as Lord Dark Wind, a crime boss responsible for the creation of the process of implementing the fictional metal Adamantium in Wolverine’s bones, the supervillain Yuriko Oyama, better known as Lady Deathstrike, was responsible by the death of her progenitor, but posthumously she embraced his ideals, eliminating anyone that dishonored him. That took her to the X-Men hero Logan, who defeated her. Obsessed with vengeance, she submitted herself to extensive cybernetic enhancements with alien technology, including bones and nails made of Adamantium, she was also transformed in a cyborg by Spiral, an assassin the evil Mojo, lord of another dimension, and enhanced by the villain Donald Pierce. She then became member of the mercenary team of cyborgs named Reavers, conducted by Pierce, with whom she managed to defeat the X-Men, but she always preferred to work alone. Besides the skeleton and claws of Adamantium, Yuriko has agility, strength, speed and superhuman reflexes, a cybernetic healing factor to repair her body and the ability to connect her conscience with external computer systems. With her martial abilities in the Kenjutsu art and other from the samurai warriors, she is among one of the most dangerous enemies for the X-Men.
Yuriko Oyama was created by Dennis O’Neil and Larry Hama in 1983, but Bill Mantlo and Chris Claremont were responsible by her transformation in Lady Deathstrike in 1985, and Barry Windsor-Smith created her cyborg looks. Revealed in the virtual event Inside Iron Studios: Second Edition, and already available for Pre-Order, check out also the recent revealed statue of the hero “Domino - X-Men - BDS Art Scale 1/10" and many other Marvel mutants by Iron Studios.