October Toys Skeleton Warriors Glyos Compatible action figures were initially funded through Kickstarter in 2014. In celebration of Skeleton Warriors 20th Anniversary, October Toys very own George and Ayleen Gasper had worked on creating a prototype along with the prototype painter, Michael Cowart, had worked very long hours in the development process to give fans the best possible Baron Dark and Titan Skeleton figures possible.
Skeleton Warriors debut back in 1994 and only aired for 13 episodes on CBS. While the show had too short a life, with a great toy line, the property and characters live on in 2015.
The next deluxe Skeleton Warrior figure made its debut at PowerCon last weekend and you purchase this figure on October Toys.com starting June 15th. In the meantime, make sure to watch our video interview with George Gaspar from PowerCon 2016.
Thank you to October Toys for providing the Slime Green Translucent Skeleton figure for review.
Availability: PowerCon 2016; June 15th on October Toys.com
Sculpt & Paint:
The Deluxe Slime Green transparent Skeletons are Glyos Compatible and are capable of breaking apart at the head, neck, shoulders, biceps, wrists, stomach, hips, knee, and feet. The figure is a reissue of previously offered Skeleton figures, and also offers a new deco of the Slime Green option. The Skeleton stands at 5″ tall, and is capable of breaking apart as shown in our gallery below.
ball-jointed head, swivel-hinged shoulder, swivel-hinged biceps, swivel-hinged wrists, double swivel chest, swivel-hinged hips, swivel-hinged knees, and ball-jointed feet.
With the Boneskull Kickstarter not going through, October Toys is working behind the scenes as stated in our interview to rework the Kickstarter to offer more army builder options. The Slime Green Skeleton figure is just the next offering of more to come by October Toys, and is a very nice looking figure.