Vault Review: ToyFinity’s
Regular & Jumbo Mordles

Before we get into the review, I’ve got to mention that these figures just dropped last night on ToyFinity’s store.  So if you like what you see here, head on over to their store to pick some up.  You even get a free Explorer Mordle with every order!


I came home tonight to find a little package from ToyFinity sitting on my doorstep.  One of the nice things about being part of the Mordles fan club is that you get access to the store a week before it goes live for the general public.  (A new year is starting soon, so don’t forget to sign up if you like that early access!)  I was definitely glad to see my box arrived just in time to pimp this newest drop.


This drop includes three new factions:  The Sect of Rand, bringing back the classic red body with new black paint apps.  The Underworld: giving us black Mordles for the first time.  Lastly there are the Explorers: a neat muddy brown with green highlights.


What’s even better about this drop is that you can now choose a variety of colors.  Each individual little Mordle can be selected in eight different colors.  Or if you’re feeling adventurous, select a random pack and see what you end up with.


Even though the color combinations are fun, I was really after the giant Imbalance of Blood vinyl Mordle.  I saw this guy in the coverage from New York Comicon, and was pretty jealous of the fans that already picked one up.  He only stands about four inches high, but he’s definitely huge when compared to his tiny brethren.  Kind of reminds me of a giant slime… Continue to page 2…

8 thoughts on “Vault Review: ToyFinity’s
Regular & Jumbo Mordles


    Cable = most random cameo ever?

    and you’re Kramer? TMI!

  2. how are these in terms of plastic/quality? the giant mordle is very cool. i have a new mantra though, ‘only collect what you truly love’ and i was never really into them, so there’s no nostalgia tugging at my strings here. they look really cool. would it be uncouth to produce a set in flesh color so they’ll fit in with OMFG? thats really the only minifigure line i collect —

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