These are the blind box pieces that come with TOYSREVIL Edition.
Heavily influenced by the awesome G.I. Joe/Cobra Python Patrol series, comes this bad ass bald beauty, Smirking Python. Built up on a taller stronger body than the Toy Tokyo Edition, the TOYSREVIL edition utilizes the Barrack Sergeant body, which is very close in movement to the standard Hot Toys body. It features that awesome “cut out” style shoulder and double jointed limbs that the Hot Toys body, Sideshow Trooper body, and 3A body use. Additionally, the body “crunches” well at the stomach to get some really dynamic poses. We managed to procure 20 of these nude figures and we’re really happy with the way our resin head sculpt looks on it.
The edition comes to you with blind boxed styled accessories; of the 20 pieces:
3 x Flintlock Musket & Gunpowder Flask
5 x Sword (metal) & Sheath (random color) w/ 2 x Throwing Stars
5 x Chain Whip (metal) & 3 Frag Grenades
5 x Mace & 2 Gas Grenades
2 x Machete & Smoke Grenades
The Secret Set:
As stated previously, this will be an edition of 10 pieces. Of the ten pieces, one set will feature a belt of modern throwing knives and a Chinese Chopper (actually, you’ll be getting the exact figure picture here in these photo’s). These figures will be pick up only at the New York Comic Con 2010, at the Toy Tokyo Booth (booth #2871 in the Cultyard). They will be pre-boxed to preserve the mystery (sorry no request on weapons… it is blind boxed after all).
Pre-order is now open. Go to LABEL111 for Smirking Python.
(This is actually my favorite version, don’t tell anyone.)
The NYCC is nearly upon us!!!! And sneaking through the shadow of the coming onslaught of exclusive figures comes the Smirking Python, descendent of the legendary Hollow Walker.
These hand made custom figures feature an original stylized head sculpt (by yours truly) & original “Tehama Camo” fabric costume. This set comes with a female body, a set of gloved hands, a sword & sheath set, & 2 grenades.
This officially marks the second part to our “Ten Year Anniversary” project with Toy Tokyo.
So, I was surfing around looking at some SDCC pics from this year (2010). I don’t mean to sound arrogant, but this cheeby / super deformed style “Galactic Heroes” Arf Trooper looks strikingly like the Storm Shadow Trooper custom figure that my wife, Angel, and I made last year for our Cobra – lalilulelo. He later appeared at the “Art Strikes Back” Star Wars art show a month later where he was sold.