There was so much cool stuff revealed at SDCC 2010 it almost makes me cry when I think of how broke I’m going to be this next coming year. Mattel, for one, is really gonna give my wallet a pounding. Even though so much cool new stuff was shown, it wasn’t hard for me to pick my “Top Three Best from SDCC”.
3) The Four Horsemen’s new Symbiotech line!
These immediately grabbed my attention with the first pic Ron posted of the Tygos & Tygolith prototypes. I’m normally not a fan of 4″ action figure lines but a line designed by The 4H with cool anthropomorphic 4″ characters coupled with huge and equally cool looking anthropomorphic characters = WIN! Can’t wait to hear more updates about Symbiotech from the Horsemen.
So we’ve been back from Comic-Con for a week, and boy do we have tons of pics to share with you all! To help you guys and gals navigate our galleries, we’ve prepared a summary with links to make browsing easier! Here we go!
The Four Horsemen have planned a new line of action figures that were borne out of Fantastic Exclusive – it’s the Symbiotech line, featuring a 4-inch scaled figure (the smaller one shown) with a larger figure paired with it. The line will also feature compatibility with the Glyos joint system, meaning they’ll also work with the Four Horsemen’s recently announced Outer Spacemen line.
As promised, exclusive to all of you FANtastic FANatics (but feel free to re-post these wherever you want), it’s TYGOS & TYGOLITH!!
These two guys will be the first releases for Symbiotech, and if we can work it out, we may release a second Pygma and Goleth pair at the same time to create the first wave!
We’re extremely excited about the new Symbio-Lock articulation we’ve put into Tygos! He has ball & socket joints at the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, hips, knees, and ankles!!
The back-packs and other fittings on the character’s armor are compatible with Onell Designs: Glyos pop & play system!
Not only that, but the shoulder joints have also incorporated the Glyos build system into the ball & socket joint which will allow customizers a new level of interchangeability!!
Check out the photos, let us know what you think, and if you’re at Comic Con, please be sure to come by booth #4045 to see the original, non-updated prototypes of three more Symbiotech: Pygma/Goleth pairs!