ANIMAL WARRIORS OF THE KINGDOM™ Series One: will consist of Ape, Canine, and Feline warriors, including the series main protagonist the albino ape Pale and he’s vile nemesis Baron Kah Lee. Each figure features 17 points of articulation as well as removable armor and weapon accessories.
THE FIGURES: are 1:18 scale figures similar to G.I. Joe, Marvel Universe, H.A.C.K.S, Marauders Task Force, Dime Novel Legends, Eagle Force Returns, Zombie Lab and Hellscreamerz figures. The figures are sculpted, colored and faithful of the comic book source material while remaining highly detailed with have great crossover potential for lines like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S.!
Kickstarter Launches May 1st
PALE: ADVENTURE ARMOR -The young albino ape king sports his trademark Mohawk and red armor while wielding the ability to absorb his fallen enemies powers; however this gift comes at a great cost as their ghosts become attached to him and slowly drive him mad!
BARON KAH LEE – The evil leader of the horrid, bent on dethroning Pale and taking the crown for himself. The supreme commander of the vile horrid will stop at nothing until all animal kind kneels before him. Create Kah Lee’s Elite Guard with alternate head accessory.
LEON: This traveling hero roams from town to town fighting for honor and revenge. His people were among the first to be displaced and enslaved by the Baron’s rein. The first of Several Feline and Canine Figures we will offer.
CHUNARIAN SOLDIERS -These heroic soldiers make up the backbone of the Chunarian army and guard the walls of the sanctuary jungle city of Chuh-Nar from enemies of every kind. Create the Captain of the Guard with alternate head accessory. The first of Three army builders offered in the initial assortment.
As we get towards the finish line of the Eagle Force Returns Kickstarter Campaign, Fresh Monkey Fiction has announced the early unlocking of the Grimm Reaper Troopers! That puts this figure as part of the All In package as well as able to be purchased as an army builder 4-Pack! It’s an excellent looking trooper with a really cool backstory to boot.
Also, details will be coming soon on a contest for a R.I.O.T. Hideout playset.
Let’s finish this thing strong, folks! Come on, only 2 weeks left and a lotta stretch goals still to go.
You don’t see a whole lot of G.I. Joe themed Kickstarter campaigns out there, but now all of a sudden we’ve got two excellent looking G.I. Joe books with campaigns running simultaneously.
Folks who have been reading GeneralsJoes know that I always throw some support behind the offerings of 3DJoes. Carson does great work on his website, and always puts out a quality product. You can check out the Kickstarter for The Art of G.I. Joe (Volume 2) here.
Along with this, Dan K. is also working to fund a great looking G.I. Joe book filled with fantastic early concept art for figures and vehicles. Lots of never before seen details and looks at some concepts that may have never reached full production. It’s a very unique and intriguing look at some of the concepts behind A Real American Hero and deserves a place on your shelf!
I’ve been lax in my support of the new Legion XIV Kickstarter, but that ends here. It’s been posted for nearly three weeks and has garnered some good support, but not quite good enough.
There’s currently almost 100 supporters who have invested nearly $7,000 in getting this project off the ground, but more help is needed! With a goal of $21,000 and only eleven days left G.I. Joe fans need to come together to see if we can help get this project funded.
Focusing around a great looking 4″ female action soldier with impressive articulation, the Legion XIV project needs all of our support. Some great stretch goals are out there, too, so if you like what you see, and if you need more female soldiers in your display, hit it up!
It seems like more and more often, Kickstarter is becoming a hub for exciting new action figure and action figure company concepts, and I have absolutely no problem with that. The retail world is changing, and I like this adaption to that change.
The latest project making the Kickstarter push is a toyline called Lost Protectors from a company called Play With This Too, made up of former Hasbro employees who are going out on their own in a pretty exciting direction.
These figures have some really crazy design aesthetics and stand at the 6″ scale, pulling from science fiction robots, fantasy warriors, and all sorts of other cool themes. With a unique modular construction, you can swap parts around, plus use the great looking head sculpts on other 6″ scale figures. It’s a really cool, unique look.
Sitting at around $65,000, they have a little ways to go to make their goal, and only 10 short days to do it, so if you’re on the fence, toss some support their way and see if you can push them past that limit. Anything we can do to encourage new toy makes to enter the industry is a great thing.
The infamous Four Horsemen first revealed their Mythic Legions figures at last year’s Toy Fair, and early word was that they would be at a 1:18 scale, and I was thrilled. Boss Fight Studio was on the verge of launching their own Virtuvian HACKS Kickstarter campaign, and the thought of integrating two great looking 4″ action figure lines was something I was quite excited about, even if the fantasy and mythology ties were pretty different than the military aesthetic I’ve grown up with.
But when the Mythic Legions Kickstarter launched this year, it was revealed the figures would actually be 6″, not 4″, and my hopes (and interest faded). Interestingly, though, in recent weeks, I’ve become captivated again by Masters of the Universe Classics, so now as this Kickstarter nears its final bell, I’m conflicted about whether or not I should jump in.
To their credit, the Four Horsemen are making the choice even more difficult with recent additions. Asterionn the Minotaur is a spectacular looking figure, and now the Horsemen have revealed they are adding an Ork army to the options here, with 6 ork troopers for only $110! That seems ridiculously tempting, and one can’t help but think how those orks would look mixed in with Masters of the Universe.
With five days left to go, the time to make these decisions is growing narrow, but hit up the Mythic Legions Kickstarter and check out some of these new additions for yourself. If I have to struggle with these choices (especially a month before JoeCon!) so do the rest of you.
The next potential big thing in Kickstarter appears to be Eagle Force, and today we get another exciting reveal from the upcoming toy line.
Over at HISSTank.com they have shown off concept art of the Eagle Force Soldier, a good guy troop builder! Fresh Monkey Fiction promises to have four different army builders available with the new campaign, and if they all look this cool, we could be in for a world of hurt (on our wallets).
With design work by Boss Fight Studio, this new Eagle Force iteration should have a strong fanbase to build from, and actually seems to be hitting a lot of G.I. Joe high notes.
Yes, the recording schedule has been a bit hap hazard, especially with no real news to talk about, but that’s changed over the past few weeks as the news for G.I. Joe has had a resurgence, especially with the 50th Anniversary line being released to retail! We also talk about our favorite Marvel Comics Covers and talk Coil Con.
With just eight short hours to go in this already landmark action figure Kickstarter campaign, the folks from Boss Fight Studio have unleashed three more vicious blows to our wallets! As we blew past the initial top mark of $325,000, four extra stretch goals were added, and as we approach blowing past the final one of those, they have hit us with three more!
That’s right, HACKS fans… we’ve got three more exciting stretch goals – the “Conjured Wraith” at $360K, the “Blood Red Armor” at $375K, and last, but certainly not least, the Underworld Queen at $400K!!
Can we get this thing to $400,000? This amazing Kickstarter event has already broken records for action figure Kickstarters, the only question now is, how far can this go? If you haven’t pledged yet, take this opportunity to jump on board! If you have pledged and want to add glow in the dark skeletons to your pledge, DO IT NOW. Let’s ride this train fast right until the end! Eight hours left. The “All In” pledge can now get over FORTY figures for just over $10 apiece! That is INSANE.
Also, don’t forget to attend the exciting virtual Boss Fight Studio “After Party” tonight on Facebook, Twitter, and even in their Kickstarter Comments page. This is going to be a very exciting ride. Check out the images of these latest stretch goals below.
If you attended the G.I. Joe Convention in Dallas this year, you likely took a picture in front of the special “explosion” backdrop that was featured there. What folks may not realize is that this backdrop was fully paid for by a devoted G.I. Joe fan, and the reaction it received has encouraged him to try something new and exciting for JoeCon next year!
The only catch? It’s an expensive proposition and he needs your help to fund it.
Ted has started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the next Photographic Backdrop for the G.I. Joe Convention! All of the details are on this YoJoe thread, and you can find the Kickstarter campaign right here. He’s not asking for much, so let’s see what we can do to help this get off the ground.