Laser Case

The Skate Wars begin April 5th, 9:30 PM EDT.


Battle Tribes: Wave 6

Spy Monkey Creations keeps the Battle Tribes war wagon rolling with their latest assortment, now available over in their store!

The PVC/paint combo on the new Cosmic Guardian Spikesaurian looked great while it waded through the snow melt yesterday, looking for something to club and eat. 



Bit Figs: Wave 5

Wave 5 of Bit Figs are available now at the Culture Pirates shop! This round takes inspiration from the classic 80s Japanese collectibles, Kinkeshi, known as M.U.S.C.L.E. here in the US. Also in store is the first series of Bit Pins, high quality soft enamel pins! Big thanks to George Gaspar for helping make them happen.

This marks the last colorway for the original production samples of Series 1 vending Bit Figs. As we move further into 2017, Bit Pheyden will continue to appear in various colors and forms, exploring and discovering new creatures within his pixelated universe...

Thank you for your continued support. Have fun!


Flexing Inspiration

The next round of Bit Figs enters the ring tomorrow at 9pm EDT!

Cold Climb

Galaxxor: 005

Our friend Ben Spencer currently has a great new yellow edition of Galaxxor to check out in his Galaxxor Online Store. Be sure to also read Ben's latest installment of the continuing adventures aboard the Space Fortress Cerberus while you explore his site!





The Quallerran: Part 2

Long ago, a Quallerran starship found its way through the Zorennor Rift, unexpectedly plunging directly into the midst of an intense battle between the Delphi and a massive Voss Biovessel. Before evasive maneuvers could be taken, the Quallerran craft's control field was damaged in the crossfire, forcing a deadly crash on a small planet that would eventually come to be known as Syncros.

Of the three crew members, only one Quallerran survived the impact. Undaunted, the interstellar explorer continued on its mission, transmitting each and every new discovery through its Syncrobine Link out into space, in an effort to reach Quallerra. 

After many cycles marooned on Syncros, the lone Quallerran finally laid itself to rest deep within an unmarked cavern, reunited at last with its fallen brethren and destined to fade from existence... or so it would seem.

Time passed, and the Glyos System experienced many changes. Alien invaders continuously emerged from the unpredictable Zorennor Rift, causing great turmoil among the indigenous creatures of Glyos, forever altering the landscape of a once harsh but ordered system. Even under the protection of the benevolent Delphi, all life in Glyos seemed trapped within a state of endless conflict.

Eventually, a fragile balance was restored, which led to the growth of many powerful and advanced civilizations.

Throughout it all, the forgotten Quallerran lay buried under rock and time, until a secret expedition uncovered their still intact tomb...     


Thank You!!!

Thank you for a busy week! When we run these types of mostly translucent waves, they historically have a polarizing effect within our ranks, but the addition of the special paint applications and the Pathfinder/Argenesis build seemed to balance the playing field out pretty well. The general response to the heavily painted Cytechion DX figure in particular was very positive, so we'll definitely travel down that avenue again. Crazy what not painting certain areas can do.

This round connects right into some of my biggest personal influences, thrown in the handy cosmic blender and designed to deliver a hybrid experience for those that may have grown up in the 70's/early 80's. Takara's Henshin Cyborg is the major tribute here, but Fisher Price's Adventure People (Space Series) laid the groundwork for the recent chest tampo inspiration, as well as the mystery figure from this wave that will be revealed when the packages start landing tomorrow.

The new set that all the pics were taken on was constructed out of 3 sheets of plexiglass, DAP compound mix, silicone and tons of paint. By placing the lights close behind the clear painted plexi, a spacey look came into focus. It's still really fun to work on these otherworldly environments that are made from totally terrestrial materials.

Our next wave is set for release at the very end of this month, and focuses on a project that started when I was in 7th grade. Some of you long time folks might especially like what's on deck. There will be some crossovers, and maybe a special build as well. Should be a decent mix of things to discover.

Almost all the orders placed since the launch have hit the post, with only a handful left to meet the mailman tomorrow morning. Special shout out to the always awesome Pj Bartlett for doing double packing duty last week. Pj's Paper Palace is unstoppable.

Speaking of wrapping things up, sincere thanks from the whole Onell family once again to all of you for continuing to check things out!