Sweet! Here are shots of ThreeA’s The Yellow Hornets, which is the mass release equivalent of the very limited SDCC 2011 Exclusive TK Unleashed set (which had red track suits). I was very happy that ThreeA offered this set after the Con, as I missed out on the TK Unleashed set.
I had a lot of fun with these guys even though I don’t know a lot about the Tomorrow Kings of Ashley Wood’s Popbot world.
Poseability is top-notch, and the yellow track suits are well executed, they don’t hinder the articulation of these 1/12 scale figures at all.
All four figures are the same sculpt, with hair color being the only difference between them. Since I didn’t have much of a backstory to go with these guys, aside from the fact that they’re some sort of boy band, I tried to give them their own personalities through how they wear their clothes.
Each figure comes with two swords with a scabbard for each.
Check out the tank top underneath the jacket!
I’m really impressed with the tailoring of their outfits. I’m not too big a fan of soft goods on action figures, but ThreeA sure knows how to do it right.
I got the set for $65.oo when it was up at Bambaland after the ‘Con, which is actually a good price for ThreeA 1/12 scale figures. Ebay’s your best bet if you want to acquire these guys, and I do recommend keeping an eye out for future ThreeA releases as the Tomorrow Kings get a lot of different incarnations using the same awesome figure sculpt.
Thanks for looking!