This past weekend was New Jersey Collector Con’s Summer show, and it had a ton of reveals for new 1/18 scale figures. Marauder Inc with their Marauder Gun Runners line, Boss Fight Studio with Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S. and Dream Concept showed off their Zombie Lab line, currently active on Kickstarter! We took detailed shots of it all and will be sharing throughout the day. Read on to check out the Zombie Lab set up, including close up shots of each of the figures they had out on display!
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Boss Fight Studio are at MegaCon in Florida this weekend, and they’ve revealed several new items and even a new project! First up, Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S. wave 5, the first full wave past the Kickstarter figures, was shown. Included will be:
Penthesila – Amazon Warrior Commander
Boa Constrictor – Brown Skin, Green & Gold Gorgon Horde
Cursed Skeleton – Green Skeleton with Purple Armor
River Styx Guardian – Blue/Teal Spartan, Hades Protector
Metallic silver blank bodies, male and female, were shown off as well.
3D Renders of Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S. Series 2 were shown, which is a Fantasy Theme. A Knight and Elven Archer were on display.
Lastly, and this is the big one, a new line of Zombie 1/18th figures which use the Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S. design system, in conjunction with Dream Concept Collectibles, who have done several high end pieces for Toynami. The new line will be called Zombie Lab.
In recent years, the popularity of the zombie genre has exploded through movies, television and video games. Unfortunately the market has been lacking highly articulated and detaled action figures for those hungry for their own zombie horde.
In collaboration with Boss Fight Studio, we are proud to bring you Zombie Lab action figures. Boss Fight Studio has allowed the use of their innovative H.A.C.K.S. system, allowing zombie fans to customize and create their personal army of the dead.
Zombie Lab has set out to create the most detailed zombie figures ever. These will be poseable, playable, and collectible. With future release of figures, you’ll be able to interchange heads, toso, and limbs. The possibilities are endless.
Look for Zombie Lab to be unveiled on Kickstarter in the fall of 2016.
Check out some pics after the break!