The future is here! My friends, Josh Edwards and The Godbeast at True Cast Studio have been hard at work refining and retooling original Galaxxor sculpt into something a bit sharper and more polished, which also incorporates a new True Cast-engineered articulation/part interchangeability system. The result is essentially a Galaxxor 2.0 design, which, while maintaining all of the visual design of the original, takes the sculpt to the next proverbial level. And speaking of taking things to another level, I now have the ability, through True Cast, to have Galaxxor produced in a keshi-style rubber. I've dubbed the format "Megakeshi", because it incorporates the look and feel of those old M.U.S.C.L.E.-type figures that we all loved, but maintains that classic 5.5" MOTU-type scale. Pictured above is a figure that utilizes the Galaxxor head sculpted by the one and only Matt Doughty, and below is a new head, courtesy of True Cast's Josh Edwards. We will also still be doing the standard dome, Cyborg Space Barbarian, and Gorgax heads. All of these will incorporate the new, interchangeable joint system.
If you're anything like me, you're just dying to get one of these giant hunks of rubber into your hands. Your first chance is going to be at this year's New York Comic Con. Although I'm unfortunately not going to be able to make the show, my partner in crime, The Godbeast, as well as The other True Cast gang will have at least a couple of these dudes for you to play around with at Onell Design's booth #102.
There's quite a bit of exciting stuff coming down the cosmic pipe from the Galaxxorverse in the upcoming months, including an opportunity to score some of these Megakeshi figures for your very own.