Toy Fair 2018 News

Posted on: February 17, 2018

 

 

Hey Toy fans, just wanted to catch everyone up on what is going on with this year’s Toyfair news:

 

Mondo has released a video showcasing updates that will be released (or up for Pre-order) later this year including:  Batman TAS, Planet of the Apes, He-man and Skeletor

 

 

Funko is still bringing everything you didn’t know you wanted until they told you with:

 

Playmates has the new look for the rebooted Turtles:

 

DC Collectibles presents Doomsday Clock Figures:

Mezco Toyz:

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The biggest shakeup coming out of Toyfair so far….

According to Toyark.com, Hasbro Toys has officially obtained the License to produce new Power Rangers figures and toys.  Starting in April of 2019 BanDai, the toy company that has been creating Power Rangers toys since their inception will no longer produce new Power Ranger figures.  2019 will see new Hasbro Power Rangers figures.

 

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The Toys that made us – Interview with Brian Volk-Weiss

Posted on: December 20, 2017

 

Remember spending precious free time playing with your toys?  Those little plastic figurines that were a gateway into your imagination.  Well those heroes and creatures that you just couldn’t live without have an origin story of how they got into your hands.  This December (12/22) Netflix and creator Brian Volk-Weiss have created an episodic documentary about your favorite toys in The Toys That Made Us.  

 

Streaming only on Netflix ‘The Toys That Made Us’ documents the fantastic story of some of your favorite toylines and we were fortunate enough to speak with creator Brian Volk-Weiss.

 

TOY-LINES:   What does  the Toys that made us  title mean to you?

 

Brian Volk- Weiss:  It was actually during a conversation about when we were trying to figure out what the title of the show would be and we had a lot of ideas for what the title would be.  One of them was, and I’m embarrassed to even admit this now, but one of them originally was like the “History of Toys,” or something ugly like that.  And we were talking about it and at one point I was like, this is a show about the toys that made us — like we have to find a way to say the toys that made us in the title.  And I was like — it might have even been my wife, to be honest with you — but somebody was like oh, why don’t we just call it the “Toys That Made Us”?  And it was one of these funny things where we were like for now, let’s call it the “Toys That Made Us.”  And then …

 

TL:  It just stuck?

 

BVW:  … you know, we’ll come up with something else later, and it just stuck.  Everybody loved it.

 

TL:  Yeah, we were talking about it in the office and we’re like that’s a really good title.

 

BVW:  I can’t tell you how happy I am to hear that.  That’s music to my ears.  You really — you never know what people are going to think.

 

TL:  So why did you want to make this documentary?

 

BVW:  Starting back with me being a kid, like even three years old, with the toys that I played with and then saved and then started buying toys just because I like having them in my office and in my collection, which I now call a collection but it used to just be my room full of toys, basically I wanted to do a show about toys.  But I’m also a huge history buff so I kept trying to learn about the history of all the toys that I loved over the course of my life and I realized that (a) there’s so much about these toys I didn’t know; (b) there’s been a lot of documentation about Star Wars and Barbie, but not a lot of documentation about He-Man and Transformers, and even Star Trek toys.  There’s been a million documentaries about Star Trek; there’s never been a documentary about the toys.  So I took my love of toys and I took my love of history, combined them, and then yeah — that pretty much was the beginning auspices of what became the show.

 

 

TL:  What did you collect as a child?

 

BVW:  My main toys as a kid was of course Star Wars, Transformers, and GI Joe.  Those are my big three.  And then in honorary fourth place would be Star Trek.  I was not a huge He-Man collector.   I really didn’t play with He-Man as a kid.

 

 

 

TL:  What are some of the toys, besides your own favorites, what other toy lines are in the documentary?

 

BVW:  We covered eight toys.  Let’s see if I can do this.  We got GI Joe, Star Wars, He-Man, Barbie, Lego, Hello Kitty, Star Trek, Transformers.

 

TL:  Has there been any talk for a volume two?

 

BVW:  There have been talks insomuch as we have, with Netflix, discussed if season one does well then there will probably be a season two, but that’s as far as it’s gotten.  I know the toys I want to cover, but it has not gone that far with Netflix.  They, understandably so, want to see how season one does.

 

TL:  How was it working with Netflix?   Were they supportive or were they nervous about it?

 

BVW:  I’ve worked with Netflix a lot because we do a lot of comedy with them, stand-up comedy, so I’ve definitely been in business with them for a long time but I’d never done a series with them and I had never done — this is the most personal show of my entire career.  So with that in mind, they were the greatest partners.  I’ve never had a better experience in my entire career.  It was absolutely wonderful.

 

TL:  Now cartoons were a big part of ’80s toy collecting.   Did you do/uncover anything about the connection between animation and the toys?

 

 

 

BVW:  Well, animation, as I’m sure you know, plays a huge part in GI Joe and Transformers, so, I mean, we really covered those cartoons a lot in those episodes.  And then a little bit in some of the others, but the main shows, especially Transformers, where the cartoon was super-relevant.

TL:  Throughout your interviews, did you uncover any mysteries or stuff that has never been public before?

 

BVW:  Absolutely and we tried really hard to do that.   We tried to interview people that had never been interviewed before and we would find people that even if they had done an interview would be like you know, nobody’s ever talked to so-and-so, and you should really talk to that guy or that girl, because — and we worked really, really hard to find people that had relevant pieces of the story that had not given it before.  A great example of that is we interviewed Marc Pevers.

BVW:  He was the Lucasfilm guy and he was the guy who George Lucas said let’s get toys made, and he was the guy literally getting on the airplanes and going to Mego and Parker Brothers and Mattel and Hasbro and being turned down.  And he’s the guy that went to Cincinnati and got them on board for Star Wars.  So if he’s been interviewed before, I am not aware of it, and it was — I mean, he was great.  His information was great, but he was also very honest and open about a lot of things and, in my opinion at least, was kind of funny about it.

 

TL:   So who else have you interviewed?

 

BVW:  I mean, we did over 300 interviews, so I’m allowed to say anything.  It’s just a matter of remembering.  We interviewed Marty Abrams from Mego.  If we were blessed enough to get a third or fourth season, we should probably do a whole episode just on Mego.  I mean, I don’t know how much you know about Marty or Mego but it really was the opposite of Hasbro and Mattel in that Hasbro and Mattel were these big public companies and its shareholders; Mego was this private company run by the son of the founder and, I mean, it was just — definitely had this anything goes mentality.

 

TL:  Besides professionals, you also went out to toy stores and toy collectors?

 

BVW:  Yeah.  We really — we shot a lot of examples of toys, of the prototypes of toys.  We built this light box, which was like this rig that was lit from below so we could put the toys on them and make them look beautiful and then we had this light rig from above.  So we dragged that with us all over the world.  We were in Denmark, Japan, Mexico.  And we really sought out collectors, which I’m sure you know a lot of collectors have prototypes.  A lot of collectors have first shots and whatever, and we really worked hard with the community to get access to that stuff but also this is the kind of show that is really made by a community and we really wanted to be plugged in with it.  We didn’t want to make this show in an ivory tower and then throw it out to everybody; we wanted to make the show with the people that we hoped would be the fans of the show, and I think we succeeded in that regard.  And if you look at the credits, it’s at least 10 to 15% of every episode, the credits are people in our community that helped us make the show.

 

(SPOILER ALERT) – We discuss a potential spoiler item in the show.

 

 

 

TL:  So you have found toys that were supposed to be made but never released?

 

BVW:  Absolutely.  I mean, one of my favorites that we found was we found a prototype for a Transformer that was a VHS tape.  It was literally a full-sized VHS tape when it was in VHS-tape mode and then would turn into a Transformer, very similar to Soundwave or to a certain extent Megatron except it was a VHS tape.  So that’s one of my favorite things that we’ve seen, but oh my god, we saw — do you remember the Star Wars micro line, the little metal miniatures?

 

TL:  Yes.

 

BVW:  Yeah, we saw a bacta tank set that was never released with Luke Skywalker in his underwear.  I mean, we literally — routinely, while making this show, I saw stuff that just made me either get goosebumps or my eyes even watered, I have to admit.  I saw a first shot of C-3PO that was all black plastic.  I saw a first shot of the TIE fighter that came out like in ’78 that was all white.  Even the glass was white.  It was like a first shot.  So we saw crazy, crazy stuff.

 

TL:  That’s incredible.  That must have been quite a treat.  And all that’s going to be in the documentary, or did some of it get cut?

 

BVW:  Yeah.  I should have announced at the beginning a spoiler alert, so I apologize for that, but yes, that’s all in the show.*

*Spoiler alert taken care of.—–End of Spoiler

 

 

 

TL:  Awesome.  How far back did you go?  Did you do any modern interviews like with McFarlane Toys or the Four Horsemen?

 

BVW:  Oh, yeah.  Oh, absolutely.  The show goes from the beginning up until like the week we had to lock the episode, so every episode has a different percentage of what decades it takes place in, but yeah, I mean, GI Joe, most of his time is spent in the ’80s and ’90s but we go up ’til 2017.  Our Star Wars episode has “Last Jedi” toys in it [including] the New Millennium Falcon Lego toy.  It has the Women of NASA, which just came out three weeks ago.  So we get as much in as we can until we lock and then — so it should be within three or four months of locking before airing, so we got close.  We got close.

 

 

TL:  Awesome.  And it’s funny you mention women — that’s my next question.  Will you be covering any, dolls or female action figures like Barbies?

 

BVW:  Yeah, in season one we cover Barbie and Hello Kitty, so those are in season one, and if we’re lucky enough to get more episodes we definitely want to do My Little Pony.  I’d love to do a full episode just about She-Ra, Strawberry Shortcake — I mean, there are a lot more out there.  Cabbage Patch Kids could be its own episode.  That’s a crazy story that we learned about.  So, yeah, we’ve definitely done Barbie, we’ve definitely done Hello Kitty.  I don’t know anything about Barbie before the show started and it’s an amazing story, and I would say I — I don’t have like a PhD in Barbie, but I probably like a master’s degree now in Barbie.  It’s a great story.

 

TL:  Throughout the documentary, have you noticed how the toy industry has changed over the years?  Is that something that the documentary also focuses on?

 

BVW:  I’ll tell you something funny, man.  There really — the only real change for the toys has been in a good way there’s a lot more detail in toys and in a bad way because the price of plastic has gone up exponentially over the last 50 years, the quality of the plastic that’s used is not, in general, as good as it was in the ’80s.  So if you pick up a modern Rattler that was made five years ago, it weighs a lot less than the Rattler that was made in the ’80s.  But the interesting thing is, if you take into account inflation, the Rattler you would buy today is about half of what the Rattler in the ’80s cost.  So that’s an interesting thing.  But one of the things that I read a lot on Facebook and blogs and stuff about toys is people are always saying it’s just about movies now, it’s just about brands, there’s no original brands.  I’ve got to tell you something, man.  It’s always been like that.  One of the only exceptions to this is He-Man.  He-Man was really the only toy that just started off as a toy but that is not even completely accurate.  As you, of course, know, there was a comic book and a cartoon.  Star Wars was based on a movie.  Star Trek was based on a TV show.  Barbie — you could certainly argue that Barbie has always existed on its own without a property, and that is true, but it really, if anything, you could argue now there are more toys that are popular without a property and a license today than there were back in the day.  So it’s actually the opposite of what most people think.  To be honest with you, this is one of these questions where if you had asked me it before we started making the show I would have agreed with everybody else; it’s only because I ate, slept, and breathed this for 14 months that I realize now that that is not accurate.

 

TL:  Do you also talk about tooling and the creation of toys?

 

BVW:  Yes.   We don’t get into it too much but we definitely cover it, absolutely.

 

 

BVW:  We really got into the molds and the tooling.  We saw amazing molds in Billund, Denmark when we visited Lego HQ.  We literally went into this warehouse that’s like the warehouse from the end of “Raiders” and we got them to open boxes and, I mean, it was crazy.  We saw — we literally saw the molds, because in the ’80s there was really only one plant, so we saw the molds that made every single two-by-two and four-by-two brick.  So if you grew up in the ’80s or if you were playing with Legos in the ’80s and you were in Peru or Chicago or China — not China, but Japan — we literally held the mold that made all of those bricks.  So we saw a lot of that.  We saw a fair amount of tooling for Transformers when we were in Japan.  We saw some great Star Wars tooling.  I don’t know how much He-Man we saw.  He-Man was interesting — we saw a lot of [He-man] artwork.  We saw a lot of the things that led to what would become Skeletor.  Same thing for GI Joe.  What would become the cover of GI Issue 34.  So we did a lot of artwork as well.

 

Stream in on Friday December 22 only on Netflix and discover the history of the Toys that made us.

Special thank you to Brian Volk-Weiss for the interview.

 

Tom Romero

 

 

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NETFLIX brings back SHE-RA

Posted on: December 14, 2017

Netflix and DreamWorks  revealed six new original cartoons that’ll be coming to our screens in 2018. Trolls: The Beat Goes On!, The Boss Baby: Back in Business, Harvey Street Kids, The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants, Trollhunters (Part 3) and 3 Below, but the most exciting of all: She-Ra Princess of Power will be returning and the show will be helmed by none other than Lumberjanes and Nimona creator Noelle Stevenson.

 

Stevenson is the Eisner Award-winning creator behind some of the biggest comics phenomenons of the past decade. BOOM! Studios’ Lumberjanes is the tale of a group of young girls at a magical summer camp, and Nimona explores the path of a young shapeshifter who just happens to have a penchant for villainy. Both books gained a huge cult following and are currently being adapted for the big screen. Stevenson is an inspired choice for this project. Not only did Nimona put a subversive spin on the techno barbarian genre which is also home to He-Man and She-Ra, but her storytelling often focuses on the struggles of young women coming of age and learning how to deal with burgeoning powers.

 

 

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One:12 Justice League Aquaman for Pre-order today

Posted on: November 17, 2017
The One:12 Collective Justice League Aquaman Figure
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes — Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash — it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

The One:12 Collective Justice League Aquaman figure features a film-accurate sculpt and costuming. The figure also comes equipped with his legendary trident and Mother Box, as well as a display base with logo and  adjustable display post

The One:12 Collective Justice League Aquaman figure features:

 

  • A One:12 Collective body accurately depicting the character’s physical build.
  • One (1) head portraits.
  • Over 30 points of articulation
  • Hand painted authentic detailing
  • Over 15cm tall
  • Eight (8) interchangeable hands including
    • One (1) pair of swimming hands (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of fists (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of posing hands style #1  (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of holding hands  (L&R)

 

Costume:
  • Sculpted body armor
  • Sculpted shoulder armor
  • Sculpted wrist gauntlets
  • Sculpted thigh armor
  • Sculpted knee guards
  • Sculpted boots
  • Fabric bodysuit with screened detailing
Accessories:
  • One (1) trident
  • One (1) Mother box
  • One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post
Each One:12 Collective Justice League Aquaman Figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind there are no twist ties for easy in and out of package display.

 

This One:12 Collective Justice League Aquaman Figure is available for pre-order through the Mezco Toyz website.

https://www.mezcotoyz.com/one-12-collective-justice-league-aquaman

Expected to ship: JUN – AUG 2018

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Super 7 MOTUC and Club Grayskull update

Posted on: October 19, 2017

Hello MOTU Customers and Fans –

This latest MOTU Classics pre-order is well underway and we understand there have been questions about the accessories for these new heroes and villains. Thank you for your patience and listed here is the finalized list of the Eternian extras for each of the MOTU Classics Wave 2 figures.

 

MOTU CLUB GRAYSKULL WAVE 2 ACCESSORIES

  • Mer-Man: The amphibious servant of Skeletor arrives armed with his Spear of Bakull, Sword of Rakash, and Freeze Ray Gun.
  • Sorceress: The protector of Eternia and the secrets of Grayskull. Sorceress comes with 2 sets of interchangeable wings (one open and the other closed), an alternate head (Kaduk Ungol), and Zoar with perch.
  • Tung Lashor: The venomous member of the Evil Horde comes equipped with a Horde Issue Jet Pack, a blaster, and an alternate head with mouth closed.
  • Man-E-Faces: The redeemed member of the Heroic Warriors comes equipped with a Man-E-Weapons assortment.

MOTU COLLECTOR’S CHOICE WAVE 2 ACCESSORIES

  • Karg: The ghoulish commander of Skeletor’s army comes armed with Crucia – The Dagger of Agony and a Fleshburner Laser Gun.
  • Granita: The superhuman heroine of the Rock People arrives with rock pieces and her Refraction Laser at the ready.
  • Dylamug: The evil robotic Horde Trooper comes with rotating face pieces, Cartoon-style Horde crest, firing Horde Crest, and Toy-style Horde Crest.
  • Wraptrap: The cursed undead creature emerges from the eons with the Khopesh of Kartan and Necrobow.

Please note that tooling is still being done for most of these accessories so images are not available yet. However, we promise to post images and updates as these items are finalized.

By the Power of Grayskull!

Thank you again for all your support,
Team Super7

 

You can order your figures now at the Super 7 store

 

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New from Mcfarlane Toys

Posted on: October 18, 2017

10″ NEGAN DELUXE BOX IN STORES NOW

Figure stands 10″ tall and comes equipped with a in-scale Lucille bat. Negan is sculpted in his iconic outfit from Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Black circular base included.

 

THE WALKING DEAD 7″ DWIGHT IN STORES NOW

This figure stands 7 inches tall and comes with Daryl’s crossbow and sidearm pistol. Dwight is sculpted in his iconic outfit from Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. 14+ points of articulation. Stylized display base included.

 

South Park Construction Sets, based on the hit TV series and the release of the upcoming video game The Fractured But Whole are in stores. Build iconic scenes and characters from the show!

 

Highly detailed Construction Sets based off the hugely popular Adult Swim franchise, Rick and Morty are in stores! Build and collect all your favorite sets and scenes.

Buy them now at our toy store It Figures Toys

 

Build popular scenes and characters from Cartoon Network’s hit TV series, Steven Universe. In stores now!

 

Out in stores today!!

 

 

 

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Power Lords are adding army builders

Posted on: October 2, 2017

Because you asked for it the Power Lords pre-sale will now include army builders at a reduced price.

Both Light and Dark Power Builder will each feature the same articulation and detail as the rest of the Power Lord Figures.  They will include 2 Power Blades, Ion Blaster and Power staff.

Each figure will retail for $15.00 and will not be part of the “all-in” set.  However you can get them in a 6 pack.

You may order these and other Power Lords at Store Horsemen

 

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Masters of the Universe Classics and Club Grayskull open for preorder

Posted on: October 2, 2017

Starting today (10/2/17) until the end of the month, Masters of the Universe Classics and Club Grayskull figures are no up for pre-order at the Super 7 Store.

Continuing the Masters of the Universe Classics line and the Filmation based line sculpted by the Four Horsemen and produced by Super 7.

The figures are expected to ship in late May 2018.

 

 

Club Grayskull

Sorceress

Man-E-Faces

Merman

Tung Lasher

Collector’s Choice

 

Karg

Wrap Trap

Dylamug

Granita

 

Similar to last year there will be a payment plan option that will be done through Partial.ly and will involve a 5% addition.

 

Both sets of figures will retail for $139.99 with each additional figure $34.99

 

You can order the figures at the Super 7 Store

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Mezco’s One:12 Yellow Wolverine pre-sale Wednesday 9/13/17

Posted on: September 13, 2017

The One:12 Collective Wolverine Fall Exclusive features a new unmasked head portrait, Ogun’s infamous mask and is presented in the classic yellow and blue outfit with black stripes and large shoulder pads reminiscent of his early appearances. 

This limited edition Mezco Fall Exclusive is only available via our website and at the Mezco NYCC booth #1954 while supplies last.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE WOLVERINE FALL EXCLUSIVE FIGURE FEATURES: 

 

 

  • A One:12 Collective body accurately depicting the characters physical build.
  • Three (3) head portraits. 
  • Over 30 points of articulation
  • Hand painted authentic detailing
  • Over 15cm tall
  • Eight (8) interchangeable hands including 
    • One (1) pair of clawed fists (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of posing hands (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of fists (L&R)
    • One (1) pair of holding hands (L & R)

 

COSTUME:

  • Costume features classic yellow and blue colors
  • Sculpted gloves on each hand
  • Vambrace on each forearm
  • Shoulder pads
  • Belt with sculpted pouches 
  • Sculpted boots

 

ACCESSORIES:

  • One (1) Ogun’s mask
  • One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

 

Each One:12 Collective Wolverine Fall Exclusive figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind there are no twist ties for easy in and out of package display.

You can pre-order Yellow Wolvie starting Wednesday at Mezco.com

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Funko Rick and Morty

Posted on: September 11, 2017

Pop! Animation: Rick & Morty S3

Funko can’t get enough of Adult Swim’s
hit series Rick & Morty.

The latest series of Pop! vinyl includes the self-conscious Scary Terry,
teenager Summer, and parents Beth and
Jerry – Beth is complete with wine glass.
Rounding out the series comes Lawyer Morty!

Get schwifty and add them to your collection this Fall.

 

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Mcfarlane Toys Destiny

Posted on: September 11, 2017

Calling all Guardians! Be on the lookout for all new 7″ Destiny action figures in stores.

Each figure comes equipped with two game accurate weapons and generalized ghost. Fans can enjoy fully customizable 14+ points of articulation for dynamic posing. Stylized Destiny display base included.

The Iron Gjallarhorn is 44 inches long with trigger activated in-game sounds including: aiming, target lock, firing, rocket detonation and residual “Wolfpack Rounds.” GameStop worldwide exclusive. Now available for pre-order.

10″ Lord Saladin from Destiny is now available in stores!

Figure comes with detailed cloth cape, alternate helmetless head and a 9-inch Relic Axe and Jolder’s Hammer Machine Gun.

 

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Pre-order for Power-Lords from the 4 Horsemen begins this Friday

Posted on: September 7, 2017

This Friday, September 8th at 3pm eastern standard time, a new pre-order comes to Store Horsemen, but this time we’re doing things a little differently. We’ve been trying to find the right timing and method to re-launch the Power Lords four inch scaled action figure line with new levels of articulation and detail, and if you’re willing to go on this little journey with us, we think the time is NOW!

This pre-order will be very similar to all of our previous pre-orders, with one significant difference. We’re going to use something similar to the “crowd funding” method of pre-ordering that’s been successful for us in the past through Kickstarter, and we’ll have a certain number of orders per character that we’ll need to hit in order to make this work. If we don’t meet our goal in the time that we have the pre-order running, all of the pre-orders will be cancelled, and none of your payments will be processed. We’d then just have to step back and try to figure out another alternative strategy in order to get Power Lords action figures into your hands.

One of the things that’s happened in recent weeks is that the factory has come back to us with revised prices for tooling and production, and we were shocked to find that they’re roughly double what we were quoted to begin with. We’re still working things out with the factory to see what can be done to bring those prices down to a more reasonable level, so we probably won’t be posting the prices of the figures until the sale actually launches on Friday afternoon. Multiple factors figure in to decide what we need to charge per figure, and the production and tooling charges are the largest portion of that. That factor more than anything else will decide what the final prices for the Power Lords action figures will need to be, but you can be sure that we’ll do everything within our power to keep those prices as low as possible, no matter what the final outcome from our current factory negotiations.

And yes, there will be a specially priced All-In set.

As a bit of a preview, below are the various characters that we’re going to be offering for pre-order, along with descriptions of their articulation and accessories.

-Four Horsemen

POWER ARMOR ADAM POWER – Accessories: 2 Power blades, Ion Blaster gun, Power Staff. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, ball hinged wrists, ball and socket waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

POWER SOLDIER LIGHT GUARDIAN – Accessories: 2 Power blades, Ion Blaster gun, Power Staff. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, ball hinged wrists, ball and socket waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

POWER SOLDIER DARK GUARDIAN – Accessories: 2 Power blades, Ion Blaster gun, Power Staff. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, ball hinged wrists, ball and socket waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

POWER SOLDIER ASSASSIN – Accessories: 2 Power blades Ion Blaster gun, Power Staff. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, ball hinged wrists, ball and socket waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

SH’VIX (Gray armored alien soldier) – Accessories: 2 Power blades, Ion Blaster gun, Power Staff. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, ball hinged wrists, ball and socket waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

SYDOT – Accessories: Stellar seekers, Laser gun, Laser long rifle. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, hinged jaw, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, swivel waist, swivel tail, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

RANAN TACTICAL SOLDIER (Black suit Sydot type) – Accessories: Stellar seekers, Laser gun, Laser long rifle. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, swivel waist, swivel tail, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

ZERGOT (Green suit Sydot type) – Accessories: Stellar seekers, Laser gun, Laser long rifle. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, swivel waist, swivel tail, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

DR. WAYBAR (White Sydot type) – Accessories: Stellar seekers, Laser gun, Laser long rifle, baby Trigore specimen. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, swivel waist, swivel tail, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball hinged ankles with tilt.

RAYGOTH – Accessories: Lazer gun, Lazer staff, Lazer claw. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

FLOZARI SHOCK TROOPER (Black Raygoth type) – Accessories: Lazer gun,, 2 Lazer claws. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

THAYGOR (Orange Raygoth type) – Accessories: Lazer gun, 2 Lazer staffs. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

YARGOTH (Green Raygoth type) – Accessories: Lazer gun, Lazer staff, Lazer claw. Articulation: Ball and socket neck, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

DISGUYZOR – Accessories: Cosmic war club, Adomen extension piece, Knee extension pieces. Articulation: Rotating faces, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

DESCEPTOR (Bone color Disguyzor type) – Accessories: Cosmic war blade, Abdomen extension piece, Knee extension pieces. Articulation: Rotating faces, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

DEESEEVOR (Blue/Purple Disguyzor type) – Accessories: Cosmic war blade, Abdomen extension piece, Knee extension pieces. Articulation: Rotating faces, ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

GGRORR (Red Disguyzor type) – Accessories: Cosmic war blade, Abdomen extension piece, Knee extension pieces. Articulation: Ball hinged shoulders, ball hinged elbows, cut wrists, cut waist, ball hinged hips, thigh swivels, ball hinged knees, ball and socket ankles.

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