At DesignerCon 2018, our friend George Gaspar of Double G Toys offered two new Titan Skeleton figures for attendees, which the mold was previously used for his Skeleton Warriors resurrection line that saw Baron Dark released through Kickstarter in 2015. Sadly, Skeleton Warriors won’t return, but new figures in the Titan Skeleton line were offered once more, which works great to use with Baron Dark or other 4.75″ – 5″ figures.
Titor the Titan Skeleton is priced at $15 and Blue is $13. Both figures, and other Titan Skeletons are available to order now at Double G Toys.
Thank you to George Gaspar of Double G Toys for providing his Titor and Blue figures for review.
Availability: November 2018
Titor the Titan Skeleton features deluxe paint, and pays a homage to none other than Skeletor himself. That’s right, Skeletor and Baron Dark are finally introduced in the same toy line, which uses the Glyros System Series figures that is interchangeable with other offerings in this line.
Titor features a painted head with yellow and green, upper torso, hips and lower legs all done in purple to resemble the likeness of the classic Masters of the Universe villain Skeletor. The new paint offers a great likeness that is easily recognizable to Skeletor, and the yellow and green deco on his head is nicely done with great detail. There is also some black and red deco on the eyes, and black on his nose and mouth. The purple paint also works well with the blue, and some parts of it including the upper chest, hips and lower legs fades in with the blue, which is a great touch.
Blue keeps to his namesake and is entirely blue, with black deco on the eyes, nose and mouth. The blue color is the same as Titor’s, which is a color not previously offered in the Titan Skeleton line.
Both figures share the same sculpt and articulation as previously offered, which includes a ball jointed head, swivel neck, swivel-hinged shoulders, swivel-hinged elbows, swivel wrists, swivel chest in 2 areas, swivel-hinged hips, swivel-hinged knees, hinged and rocker ankles.
The figure can also break apart in 17 total pieces, and can be used to swap out with other figures in this line and the Glyos System Series figures to create something totally unique. The figure can break apart in places such as the head, arms, neck, stomach, and legs, which comes apart easily to swap out parts.
Overall, Titor and Blue continue the Titan Skeleton line, which features a great figure sculpt and a realistic style to a human skeleton. We particularly love Titor for obvious reasons, and if you’re a fan of Masters of the Universe, go pick up this figure and other Skeletons now.