Today I'm back for part two of my look at Warpo's Legends of Cthulhu action figures, with the Spawn of Cthulhu, the Cultist, and their Kickstarter-exclusive variants, the Conjured Cthulhu and the High Priest. Rather than write a lengthy review, I'll just refer you to my previous post, and assure you that they are more of the same. Namely, really excellent retro-style 5 points of articulation action figures, with great sculpts, paint jobs, and accessories. I really love these toys. Warpo did an amazing job with them, and I can't wait to see what they come up with next. Check out my photos after the break!
|The High Priest Instructs The Cultists|
|The Priest and the Cultist|
|The Cultist and His Accoutrements|
|The High Priest|
|Spawn of Cthulhu|
|The Spawn Holds the Necronomicon|
|The Conjured Cthulhu|
|A Face of Nameless Horror|
|Conjured Cthulhu Materializes|
I've gotta ask: What is the base you're using for these guys? It's really, really cool!
It's a combination of a Tim Mee Toys Battle Mountain and Playmobil Pirate Island, both with a coat of black paint to make them match. I actually made a post about it in October, check it out:Delete