Late last year, we saw the release of the RawShark Studios The Order Bobaran Action Figure. This sold out quickly, and was a $20 3-inch action figure that seems to almost perfectly color match Kenner's original 3 3/4-inch Boba Fett action figure. And it's pretty cool.
If you collect Glyos-compatible figures, you're probably very interested in Jesse Moore's latest Callgrim assortment. The Order Bobaran (pictured) is one of four new releases - he's joined by a Firespray Warp Bike, Callgrim Trando (looks like Bossk), and Callgrim Eyegee (looks like IG-88). If you're in to these, the 3-inch figures are quite nice and pop apart for your customizing pleasure. I've got a few of these and quite like them - and I just ordered a few more. Click here to see what's still available.
If you enjoyed Kabuto Mushi, you're going to like Callgrim. Jesse Moore's line of designer figures draw from numerous influences, and this time it's Star Wars. X-Wing, A-Wing, B-Wing, and Rebel Endor Trooper figures are the inspiration of the day, plus a swell Speeder Bike are up for grabs. Click here to see what's left - each figure and vehicle is $20.
If you like designer toys - and I know you do - you'll want to visit the Glyos News Dump blog for a post I wrote called " C2E2 The Godbeast C2E2 2015 Offerings." A limited run of figures nodding to things you know and love will be on sale from Marty "The Godbeast" Hansen at the Nerd City booth. He does great stuff, and I've picked up some of his other offerings over the years.
We rarely post about other action figure lines here, but the crossover potential was enough so that we had to mention this for you customizers. It's the return of the 1980s line Power Lords! The Four Horsemen (of ex-McFarlane and current Masters of the Universe Classics fame) put up two new Power Soldiers for pre-order on their store through Sunday afternoon. Each figure is $10 and is designed with Glyos-compatible limbs, which mean you can swap parts between figures, which means bully for your customizers. This pre-order is for the second run, due in November.