Check out the Four Horsemen display from San Diego Comic-Con 2015. Included are the following:
- Mythic Legions
- Mythic Legions Birds (Formerly Ravens)
- Power Lords
The Four Horsemen have been slowly building towards a release of their Power Lords line with short run exclusives of their basic Power Soldier, Power Solider Elite, and GGrip/GGrap… molds. Well, the first full run of the line is here with Adam Power, Lord Power and GGripptogg. I’ve personally been grabbing the Soldiers only, and have picked up Lord Power and Adam Power now that they’re out. Take a look at some high res pics of the Four Horsemen‘s new age take on the classic 80’s toy line Power Lords after the break!
Four Horsemen have updated with word that their first official wave of Power Lords figures will begin shipping soon! The figures are available from a few outlets including Store Horsemen and Big Bad Toy Store. The first wave includes:
The Four Horsemen have revealed photos of upcoming Power Lords figures in full packaging. The blister card display allows for the figures to be removed and replaced without damaging the card. Included are:
Read on for even more from Four Horsemen as well as all the images.
Our crew in New York was able to swing by Four Horsemen’s Fanextasy Show happening before Toy Fair. There they had a bunch of upcoming products on display, including their awesome looking Power Lords figures. On display were:
See all the photos after the jump.
The Four Horsemen have slowly been releasing some great Power Lords variant figures. But fans of the line have been eagerly awaiting the release of the main characters. That day is getting closer. Power Lords Return has revealed the packaging design for the upcoming figures. The cardback design shown is for Adam Power, which also gives us his official bio and a look at many of the upcoming figures. Character art is being done by Nate Baertsch.
Read on to check out the images.
Over at Power Lords Return, they have posted a preview of the packaging for the upcoming Power Lords figures from Four Horsemen. The packaging is still pending approval, so it may not be final. The packaging gives us a great look at Adam Power and Ggripptogg via the header card and a sticker.
After seeing the Power Lords prototypes at NJCC, I think these figures will please fans of the originals, fans of Glyos system figures or newcomers to the world of Four Horsemen‘s line. We’re curious though, what do you think? Are you looking forward to the return of the Power Lords toys?
We’ve been covering the Toyfinity Toys releases since the first Mordles were released. We were able to catch up with them at New Jersey Collectors’ Con this past weekend. They not only had their Mordles on display, but also items from a few fellow companies.
As well as Mordles, they had plenty of Glyos stuff. They also had the new Power Lords prototypes on display (they were very impressive in person). Read on to check out the full selection of images.