Fans are flocking in to back these new fully articulated and fully featured 3.75″ scale figures from Chicken Fried Toys and Boss Fight Studio. The Dime Novel Legends, a series of classical western themed action figures, is nearly funded. They are over $114,000 of their $125,000 goal! One of the creators of the line, and Toyark forum member, Alyosha has been stopping by the forums, sharing new photos and design details with our readers. If you’re interested in seeing what’s new, I highly recommend checking out the discussion thread.
Dallas/Forth Worth — When searching for highly articulated action figures in 1:18th scale, aisle 3C is looking like a modern ghost town these days. Therefore it’s no surprise that a number of small upstart companies are striving to fill the gap for collectors of this action figure scale.
To this end, Chicken Fried Toys© (CFT) is proud to introduce their Dime Novel Legends© (DNL), their first-ever lineup of 3.75-inch, fully articulated, collectible action figures that bring back the essence of the American Frontier West. These 15 realistic reproductions of iconic Western archetypes feature authentic styling and looks, and include numerous accessories and gear that historically reflect the period between 1835 and 1895.
The Dime Novel Legends© lineup will encompass characters drawn from the rich history of Frontier America during its expansion westward. While easily identifiable, these characters do not represent any single person from history, film or literature. Rather, they are an amalgamation taken from the collective imaginations of enthusiasts who have long dreamed of accumulating an entire Western community of cowboys, townsfolk, lawmen, bandits, and Native Americans from an often ignored and nigh-forgotten part of America’s unique and rich history.
Chicken Fried Toys© will introduce these iconic action figures intended for the adult collector featuring 16 points of articulation.
You can check out the Kickstarter by Clicking Here. We’ve rounded up the new images. Check them out after the jump.