Late last night, the Four Horsemen gave an early peak at some of the items they’ll have on display at San Diego. The announcement included first looks at the early mockups of the third wave of Outer Space Men (Commander Comet & Mystron!) and a special look at a long awaited Symbiotech figure.
Here’s what the Four Horsemen had to say about these sneak peaks:
As promised, here are shots of one of the Outer Space Men from wave 3 – COMMANDER COMET – THE MAN FROM VENUS!!
As we said before, this is a rough, unapproved prototype. He’s also still missing his crossbow accessory.
Mel is very serious about the look that these figures should have, and we’re certain that he’s going to come back with changes for us that are going to make these figures the best that they can possibly be!
Keep your eyes peeled for the second OSM character for wave 3! In the meantime, can you guess who it’ll be?
It’s the second Outer Space Men character from wave 3 – MYSTRON – THE MAN FROM HOLLOW EARTH!!
Again, this is a rough, unapproved prototype and he’s still missing his demon-blaster but you can definitely tell where this guy’s headed. He may turn out to be one of our favorites!
If you’re worried about limited articulation in the hips, that’s a new crotch underneath that will be a very soft PVC slip-over belt/shell. We have big plans for re-use of this crotch/slip-over shell combo in the future. Even outside the world of OSM!
Be sure to stop by booth #4045 at Comic Con to see these and LOTS of other new prototypes in person!
As promised, it’s TYGOS & TYGOLITH!!
These two guys will be the first releases for Symbiotech, and if we can work it out, we may release a second Pygma and Goleth pair at the same time to create the first wave!
We’re extremely excited about the new Symbio-Lock articulation we’ve put into Tygos! He has ball & socket joints at the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, hips, knees, and ankles!!
The back-packs and other fittings on the character’s armor are compatible with Onell Designs: Glyos pop & play system!
Not only that, but the shoulder joints have also incorporated the Glyos build system into the ball & socket joint which will allow customizers a new level of interchangeability!!
Check out the photos, let us know what you think, and if you’re at Comic Con, please be sure to come by booth #4045 to see the original, non-updated prototypes of three more Symbiotech: Pygma/Goleth pairs!