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  1. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at 2 Figura Obscura figures, the Krampus figure from last year, and the Father Christmas figure from this year, from the Four Horsemen Studios. Both figures were revealed and released a bit before Christmas 2021 and 2022. The Figura Obscura line is a new line of figures that features characters from myths, legends and folk tales, giving them that nice Four Horsemen Studios spin. The review of the Figura Obscura Headless Horseman, which came out for Halloween can be found here. First, the Figura Obscura Krampus, from Christmas 2021, is a gorgeous figure. The box art is great, it comes with a magnetic sleeve that can be used as a background. Krampus comes with 2 extra hands, his tail, a bundle of sticks, a barrel bag (with surprise items inside!), a rope to hold the bag, a pair of chained handcuffs and bells. The Krampus figure itself looks amazing, with hooves, a very demonic head sculpt with his tongue out (a second headsculpt with closed mouth would have been cool, though). The figure is pitch black with a few highlights. A second version of it, entirely red, was announced later and is still available at BigBadToyStore. When the Four Horsemen Studios teased that there would be a Figura Obscura 'drop' during the holiday season, lots of folks expected some sort of warrior/viking version of Santa Claus. In the end, Father Christmas was announced, using a more classic look for Old Saint Nick. The figure also has a beautiful box with amazing art and a background/sleeve. Father Christmas comes with soft goods (robe, hood and ... under-robe?), along with a ton of accessories: a second head sculpt (shorter beard and slightly rounder features), 2 crowns of holly leaves (had to google that), a soft goods hood, a large wooden staff that can hold the lantern, a bag full of toys (which are not removable), a doll, a small drum, a trumpet (TOYFARCE APPROVED!), and his very own Christmas tree! (I had grabbed a few in anticipation, and he turned out to have his own!). When you undress him, you can see that Father Christmas has really hit the gym and done his cardio, as his body is not at all the round jolly Santa Claus type under the robe! I'm really loving that line, and can't wait to see what's next. Cupid for Valentine's Day? Easter Bunny?? More news at 11:00... Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas!
  2. A bit over a week ago, the Four Horsemen Studios surprised us with a new release from their Figura Obscura line, which involves characters from legends, myths and folk tales. The character in question ended up being none other than Father Christmas, the one and only Santa Claus himself... As is tradition with the Figura Obscura line, there were 2 'windows' during which the figure could be ordered, but surprisingly, Father Christmas is still available and in stock to this day. While one could think that there was just a lot more figures produced this time, in anticipation of selling out quickly, it turns out the issue lies much deeper... and is about believing or not in Santa Claus! "We are completely fine with creatures, skeleton knights, orcs, trolls, even Krampus or the Headless Horsemen, but we find this last figure a bit too hard to believe in" said a long-time collector of the line. "A demon like Arethyr riding a horse on fire? That's fine. A dead queen with a vampire army? Easy to believe! But an old jolly man riding a sleigh in the sky and bringing presents to everybody all around the world in one night? Give me a break... It's too much! I cannot believe in this." You can still get your Figura Obscura figure here, before it's gone! More news at 11:00... Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  3. It's Wednesday and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at some figures from the Mythic Legions: Illythia wave by the Four Horsemen Studios. I'm fairly new to Mythic Legions, and only got into it after a friend more or less pushed me to get some figures from the Arethyr wave (thanks Ryan!), and long story short, I have dozens on pre-order since... Yes, I am weak. Especially for great figures! And that new Illythia wave did not disappoint! First, Vallak, the 'tracker of the White Spine', which was the one that caught my attention the most from that wave. Something about the purple cape and hood, the falcon and his general appearance caught my eye, and I wanted it right away. A great figure, Vallak comes with a soft goods cape, his falcon Cinder, a sword and sheath, a beautiful black bow and a quiver that can be attached to his belt. The falcon doesn't have much articulations, but can be attached easily on Vallak's arm by removing his hand and sliding the gauntlet piece on which the falcon stands. That figure has a great presence, and I'm really fond of it. Decebalus, the 'Vogyrr' (or vampire ogre) is huge! Using the ogre body, he towers over the other figures. Decebalus comes with an extra set of hands, a big mace and a big axe. He has soft goods hanging from his waist belt, 3 wired leather straps hanging from the buckle on the front and a big wired leather piece hanging on the back, with fake fur on top of it (see pics for clearer info). He's also very, very white, to the point that I was afraid of leaving marks on it and kept washing my hands while handling the figure. His headsculpt is perfectly vampire-y. The Vampire Goddess, Illythia, is one of the Four Horsemen, or 'Dark Gods' from that line (with Arethyr being the first, representing War, so Illythia, as a Vampire, would be Famine, for the 'eternal famine which curses her vampiric children'). She is a gorgeous figure and comes with a ton of accessories, and she can carry all of it! (No need to store stuff, yes!). Illythia comes with 4 extra arms that can be attached on her back, the piece to attach the arms on her back, 2 scales, 2 twin-bladed swords and her weapon, the Soul Spiller. The details on that figure are amazing, especially her head piece which looks like H.R. Giger designed it, complete with a skeleton holding scales at the top. She has a soft goods skirt which is wired, along with an extra piece of wired fabric (which I haven't been able to figure out where to put, so it's just wrapped around her waist). I basically took inspiration from the promo pics and put the scales on the lower arms on her back, the swords on the top ones, which leaves her normal arms free to hold her weapon. And what would be a Horsemen without a horse? Phobus is Illythia's trusted steed, and looks amazing as well. A dark black horse with purple highlights, skeleton features on his head, and pairs beautifully with the Vampire Goddess. It's not secret that the Mythic Legions horses are some of the best horses, but if you start to add gloomy, dark details on them, I can only say "Yes, please!". I also have the Figura Obscura Headless Horsemen on the way, which would have been great to review on Halloween, but the International post system being what it is today, it will have to be for later. Maybe a Halloween for Christmas review? More news at 11:00... For the Legion!
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