Archive for the ‘Killer Culture’ Tag
Debuting at the FOE Monster Invitational is the newest Killer Culture release! As fast as the Joint Killer Culture Defense Force (JKCDF) can develop new weapons to combat the Killer Culture, new threats seem to emerge. These new Microcultures are just as fearsome and dangerous as their larger kin, but capable of swarming en masse!
As part of the Monster Invitational Show, Jim (FOE’s esteemed owner) was looking for smaller goodies from the contributors that could be up at the counter looking pretty. I’ve had some of these Micros sculpted for a while now, so the opportunity seemed perfect to get a couple more done and get a new mold made! I got some nice feedback on the prototype Micro featured in the TAG Battle Pack, so it seemed like good timing to get cranking on more. These guys will be available individually for just $5 exclusively at FOE, show opening July 8th. For $5 you get a one-inch resin booger sprayed with pretty Monster Kolor. As an added bonus and some play value, each Micro also features a small rare-earth magnet in the base, so you can stick them to your fridge, desk, pet robot, or wherever!
This set was made for an Open Call Judged Resin show at Toy Art Gallery, opening this Friday, June 10. The set features a prototype-colored ‘X-gal’ E. killer, a weathered, down and dirty Safrinin Microfighter, and a bonus S. muderious magnetic mini macro-culture.
The Microfighter set is now available at TAG. Just look at my pics of the toys, not there;s.
This is the last reveal for the release tomorrow night. Just to reiterate:
Figures go up at 9PM EST Saturday, April 30 on the PRS Store site. The Rollout and Task Force G figures will be $25 each plus shipping, and the three one-offs will be $30 each plus shipping. See you all there!
Microfighter in the Gurio colors, dripping with gloss and pearl.
Task Force G was one of the first operational Microfighter deployments after the initial Rollout. Their bright colors make them a comforting site when combating Killer Culture outbreaks in populated areas.
My submission to Kaiju for Japan is the ‘Weathering version’ of the Rollout color Microfighter. It features decals and a battle and use-worn finish, with some minor battle damage added.
The newest Killer Culture sculpt, the Antimacrobial Microfighter RLF-MKI is the main line of defense robots designed by the Joint Killer Culture Defense Force (JKCDF) designed to fight the growing Macrobial menace wherever they appear. Armed with a heavy bazooka cannon and a twin-barrel multipurpose launcher, the “Relief” Mark I is designed for mobility and firepower