The final two reveals! Electron+ will be cast in a clear blue, while Alpha 7 is a little green man. Previously, he was a little blue-green man, so it's not a tremendous difference. But it's different.
Details on how these will be sold are said to be approaching next week. Obviously, it's in New York, but things like prices and booth numbers are to follow.
Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
The reveal continues! Today's New York Comic Con exclusive is Mystron, the Man from Hollow Earth in an appropriately devilish red color. Details as to which specific booth will sell it are unknown, but for now go here and check out the photos!
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Yes Virginia, there will be New York Comic Con exclusive Outer Space Men this year! The first is Commander Comet in yellow, with orange plastic gear. Only 300 will be made, and figures will be sold via the Action Figure Xpress and Toy Tokyo booths in New York. More details will follow but for now, check out more on the Four Horsemen site!
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Over on The Four Horsemen's Fantastic Exclusive Forums you can find the very first pictures of the presumably final sculpt of Orbitron, the Man from Uranus.
It's a slightly different sculpt than the one shown at Comic-Con in San Diego last July, better and funkier. The hands are open claws, as opposed to the closed fists most of the figures have. There's also a waist joint, and the posting makes confirmation of a 14th "Space Man," which could well be Pheyden from the Glyos line or something completely new-- or one of those swell head variants they've been teasing over the past few months! I'm looking forward to it.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
When I first saw pictures of the original 1960s bendable figures, I never assumed that I'd own a version of Astro-Nautilus, let alone one in a low-cost action figure form. This translucent purple edition was the very first release of the mold, and legend has it that the edition size is about 300 pieces. It's a low-run figure, as low-run figures go... but since nobody seems to be collecting the line, well, maybe 300 pieces was the right size. [ READ MORE ]