You probably saw this coming: the Dork Dimension blog is now officially closed. I know, I know... I just said that this blog would continue to be updated, but I feel like I've accomplished all I can here. While the blog will exist online indefinitely, the dorky action will continue over at Instagram! It was a great ride, and thanks for being a part of the years of blogging fun!
Behold, Kabuto Mushi Wave 5 featuring Ground Beetorian and Sectivorus Supreme! Considering TGB Customs released this wave last month and it's already sold out, I kind of missed the relevance boat with this one. But maybe you can catch up with TGB at Designercon 2014 this weekend (Booth #300, shared with Mystical Warriors of the Ring)! Anyway, time for me to play a little catch up!
So I was nonchalantly picking up the mail last week when I found a mysterious little package from Jon Karis of LittleRubberGuys.com. I opened it up and was surprised to see figures from the Rise of the Beasts line! I immediately pulled a Professor Farnsworth: "Whaaa..?"
Mushi Mania returns with a new wave of Kabuto Mushi figures from TGB Customs! This fourth iteration features 5 new clear-plastic colorways. Also featured are a couple new official builds, the Instar Warrior and Instar Drone, that show the versatility of the KM sculpt. I consider the Instar characters to be Mushi's evil nemeses, but I suppose they can serve as faithful allies too, depending on your preference. Click through to check out the latest swarm of Kabuto Mushis! And keep in mind that you can pick up these guys over at TheGodBeast Store.
Playmates churned out a couple hundred or so Star Trek figures back in the day. And yet... it's just not enough. I've been contemplating creating new figures by mixing and matching parts of existing figures (you might think that's cheesy but Playmates did it often enough so that makes it a-okay in my book). I just haven't had the impetus to give it a try. But I got an email recently from Redshirt #7 (aka Redshirt Dan) who sent along a pic of his "Generations Data with Mr. Tricorder" custom. I asked how he did it, and his response was so interesting and detailed that I thought, "Man, this would make a great blog post." So here it is! I also asked him to send shots of his customs and some random body parts so we can see what they look like on the inside. Take it away, Dan!