Hey Masters Of The Universe, Thundercats, & Battle Beasts fans, a brand new Kickstarter for the 2016 RISE OF THE BEASTS Series 2 line of action figures is here!
This terrific, inexpensive, fun, and nostalgic filled line (that is an
amalgam of the 80's lines mentioned above) is back for a 2nd series
featuring 4 NEW SCULPTED figures and a WEAPONS PACK of 9 Weapons that
are fully compatible with Glyos and other 60MM retail figures (Like
Avengers: Age Of Ultron or Guardians Of The Galaxy!!)
As a MOTU fan myself I can tell you that there is a lot to enjoy about
ROTB!! Creators Jon Karis and Glenn White have helped form a new line
filled with endless creative characters and story line possibilities! I
have been fortunate enough to have contact with both of these talented
individuals and want to share in their passion for this new and
innovative line of figures. The high quality PVC production figures are a
60mm scale and work with all Glyos compatible figures (created by Onell
Design), as they also contain the Glyos peg & socket system. The
figures have 4-5 points of swivel articulation at the pegs, & have
hands that can hold most 3mm weapons. There is a full character
roster, & as part of the creative team, I can tell you that you are
seeing just the tip of the iceberg with Series 2 of what can be
If you are interested in RISE OF THE BEASTS be sure to pick up the 1st 2
figures offered already in both Painted & Unpainted options of the
Rhinoceros and Scorpion available now from "Little Rubber Guys.Store"
and help support this great new line of figures! There is also a cool
retro style mail-away incentive batch of figures on the store site to
entice you to army build with this terrific line! Take the plunge and
get your collecting started as I think you will love this new line as
much as I do!
Check out all of the details on RISE OF THE BEASTS Series 2 in the Kickstarter link above!!
J-Rock played a major part in my entertainment in 2015. And even though every year is J-Rock filled for me, 2015 really stood out as a year where I discovered a lot of great new bands as well as revisited some old friends. With the stateside music industry being a bit light for my tastes, I love that I can still find innovative & enjoyable music constantly pumping out of Japan's sound waves. To celebrate that in 2015, I created a 2-CD compilation of some of my favorite songs that I discovered in 2015, as well as put together a cover with some cool online artwork, and text/graphic design by me.
Posted by Jafari Stew at 11:33 AM