Dark & Light Talisman Scarabus Sale + Four Horsemen Checklist!

The Four Horsemen’s Dark & Light Talisman Scarabus figures will go on sale this Saturday at Store Horsemen. They’ve sent along all the info you need as well as a look at what makes this run unique. Plus, we figured this would be a good time to unveil our newest IAT checklist: Four Horsemen Properties!


The Four Horsemen’s extremely limited Dark Talisman Scarabus and Light Talisman Scarabus figures will go on sale through Store Horsemen this Saturday night (February 19th) at 9:00 pm EST.

Only 100 of each of these two extremely limited figures will be sold through Store Horsemen, and are expected to go quickly. This will be your ONLY way to get these extremely limited figures without attending the Toypocalypse: A Four Horsemen Retrospective gallery show, besides the secondary market.

Pricing for these limited edition figures will be $50.00 each for the Light Talisman Scarabus (plus shipping & handling), $50.00 each for the Dark Talisman Scarabus (plus shipping & handling), and $95.00 for the set of both Light Talisman Scarabus and Dark Talisman Scarabus (plus shipping & handling).

The Dark & Light Talisman Scarabus figures to be sold through Store Horsemen are virtually the same as the figures sold at their current Toypocalypse: A Four Horsemen Retrospective gallery show except for one significant difference the outside of the blister packaging for each figure will feature an attached, individually hand cast and gold painted Scarabus Talisman disc.

Regular edition Scarabus pre-orders are expected to begin in early March, and it still remains to be seen whether all of the Scarabus variants will be sold through Store Horsemen, or if various retailer partners will once again join with the Four Horsemen in the sales and distribution of these figures.

Keep watching the Four Horsemen’s website for all news and updates about Scarabus and all things Four Horsemen.

Got that? This Saturday. Tomorrow night. 9pm EST.

While we’re talking about the Four Horsemen and Scarabus, we thought we should show off our newest IAT cardback checklist. This one is based on everybody’s favorite sculptors: The Four Horsemen! This visual guide features the amazing artwork of Nate Baertsch & includes all the figures from the three Four Horsmen Toy Studio properties that have made into plastic so far: M.A.G.M.A. Corps, 7th Kingdom, & Gothitropolis. Accessory lists and release dates are included and you can click on the images for larger versions.

Continue to the Four Horsemen Checklist

8 thoughts on “Dark & Light Talisman Scarabus Sale + Four Horsemen Checklist!

  1. Loving the Four Horsemen checklist, Noisy!

    I can’t afford the exclusive Scarabus figures, but I’m hoping to live vicariously through your review!

    1. Unfortunately, I won’t have the prerequisite $95 this weekend to pick ’em up. 🙁

      Too many Bows, Shadow Beasts, & Bane recently and I wasn’t able to save up. Vault is planning to pick up a set though and he’ll presumably have a review up when they arrive.

      1. Sorry to hear we’re in the same boat, my man. At least Vault will have ’em. That’s better than nothing!

  2. and the core scarabus fig is only a month and half or so away, and at a lower price point… start squirreling away those pennies gents.

  3. Love the 4H and the sculpts are beautiful but the figures themselves are just too brittle, especially at the rate they shelf dive. Countless broken wepons, Xetheus’ foot…

    Gonna pass from now on. Actually thinking about it I may throw the lot on eBay since its sitting in a tub in storage at this point.

    1. All reports on the Scarabus figures so far are pretty solid as far as QC.

      Sorry to hear about your issues with other figures, but aside from the “problem” batch of Anitherians and some soft plastic and breaking spears on the Queens set, I personally haven’t had any trouble to speak of.

      Hopefully you’ll give some of the Scarabus figs another glance when tney’re released, they really look to be quite awesome!

    2. dude, this has been brought up on the fan ex boards many times, and the horsemen put an emphasis on QC this time… and the early reports from people at the toypocalypse event who bought these is, they’re good to go. one long-time boardie even mentioned CB being pretty rough w/ the staff and it held up just fine. truly, i think you’re QC worries are for naught on this set of figs.

      also, the balance issue is better on that figs… scarabus weight is distributed pretty evenly up and down, and the center of gravity on the fig is designed to rest on the heaviest part of the hoof, so he’s quite stable.

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