Thursday, November 24, 2011

Reminder: RawShark Studios Callgrim WARP Bikes On Sale Now

Did you already order your WARP Bikes at the Callgrim Shop? If not, they're up! $50 per set, go go go!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Callgrim WARP Bike Vehicle Breakdown, Art, More

Be sure to check out concept art, in-progress assembly and prototyping (and creators), and a breakdown of parts of the new WARP Bike coming shortly from RawShark Studios. It is awesome. Made of 3 pieces of plastic and 19,931 paint applications, this vehicle is an impressive beast.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Review: Glyos Relgost Wing Division Glyan Action Figure

I can't always tell you exactly why I'm crazy about a figure, particularly when it's a repaint of something I had-- I got a Glyan early, and totally dug it. But the Relgost Wing Division Glyan Action Figure is some sort of crazy awesome, with a pink visor/helmet, an alternate head with a green humanoid face and a blue helmet, and a gun, it's just neat. I mean, if this doesn't look like it jumped right off some awesomely painted Japanese robot model kit boxtop illustration, I don't know what does... that makes sense, right? Like Zelve or something? (If you know what Zelve kits are without Google, bully for you.)

Monday, November 14, 2011

Callgrim DRT WARP Bike Details, Pricing

Because one just isn't enough, the Callgrim blog shows DRT Warp Bikes, each with unique deco and a (seemingly) exclusive pilot.

Riac and his ride the Growler (pictured) as well as Callgrim and the 'Grim Reaper are $50 per set, and will drop November 21 at 9:00 PM.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Callgrim Vehicle Incoming

Coming this month is the Warp Bike from RawShark Studios, which may be the first proper non-figural vehicle made by the Glyos camp. It looks really cool-- check out this posting for a few more details, but there aren't many there other than it's coming this month and it's a full production piece.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Review: Onell Design Glyos Task Force Volkirun Extra Set

If you follow Glyos you may be familiar with figures called "Echo Morphs," which are a pretty amazing gift set-- these are being phased out for smaller part packs like the Task Force Volkirun Extra Set. An Echo Morph comes with one set of arms and legs, two whole torsos, and four total heads. The "Extra Set" nabs you 3 more heads and a torso, which is good and bad-- you'll need to have arms and legs on hand to make use of the torso, and the heads are appropriately... heady.