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OMFG Outlandish Mini Figure Guys - 5-pack - Series 1 Figures

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  • •Five awesome 2-inch figures inspired by classic toy lines like MUSCLE and Monster in my Pocket!
  • Designed by toy fans all over the world with October Toys!
  • Super-fun and the perfect size to stand on top of your flat LCD monitor, too!

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Is this the greatest series of mini-figures ever? This collectible line of figures was developed by toy fans, for toy fans, and is nothing short of superb fun. Ages 16 and up. Each individually packaged set comes in a bright blue blister card package, and includes the following characters cast in a fleshy-colored plastic: Multiskull (designed by Charles "Monsterforge" Marsh) Crawdad Kid (designed by Daniel Yu) Phantom Shithouse (designed by Kyle Thye and Ralph Niese) King Castor (designed by Dominic "The Evil Earwig" Campisi) Stroll (designed by John "Spanky" Stokes and sculpted by George Gaspar) These unpainted mini-figures are super fun and packed with awesome detail. The castle-like King Castor has a boiler on his back and a little cannon on his flat castle head, Stroll has a big eye and fangs, and the Phantom Shithouse is, well, a haunted outhouse. (It's pretty gnarly.) With 5 figures at a great price, this is the can't-miss gift for any collector of 1980s-style minifigures, or one of the best things you could ever hope to have on your desk!

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ASIN B008L3HEK2
Manufacturer recommended age 15 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #730,434 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#63,330 in Toys & Games > Action & Toy Figures > Action Figures
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I stumbled across October Toys and their OMFG line on the Kickstarter site a few weeks ago and pretty much instantly fell in love. Considering Monster in My Pocket was one of my favorite childhood toy lines, I could really appreciate what they're trying to do with these guys. First of all, they're the perfect size for mini figures, clocking in at around two inches. They are also not articulated in the least, just like the MiMP and MUSCLE toys of old; to name a couple. Also reminiscent of MUSCLE, these little guys are not secured in their own little mold in the packaging, they're all just piled into one little blister in no certain order or fashion, as you can see in the pictures. These guys come in packs of five, each guy unique. The five mini figures in series 1 are: Multiskull, King Castor, Phantom Outhouse, Crawdad Kid and Stroll. Multiskull appears to be an undead being of some type, all of his visible body being composed entirely of skulls of various shapes and sizes. King Castor is something of a medieval Transformer, being a castle instead of a vehicle. The Phantom Outhouse is, well, a phantom outhouse. One can only imagine what his gooey arms and legs are supposed to be. Crawdad Kid is a humanoid creature that has a large crab-like head and claws for hands. And Stroll looks like a simple monster a child might imagine, almost like a cross between the two stars of the Monsters Inc. movies (especially if you look up images of the painted version). All in all, I'd have to say that Multiskull and King Castor are my favorites. Another thing that makes these little guys so cool (and collectible) is the wide variety of colors they can be found in such as flesh, purple, black and even glow in the dark; just to name a few.Read more ›
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