|Name||Standard Titan Mushi|
|Toy Design||THEGODBEAST & Onell Design|
Review by Ender10000
The Titan Mushi is veteran toy maker THEGODBEAST'S (aka Marty Hansen) follow up to the wildly successful Kabuto Mushi, a line of glyos compatible insect warriors. It's also TGB's first foray into the world of vinyl toys, and what an entry it is.
The Titan Mushi stands roughly 5 and 1/2 inches from the tip of his toes, to the tip of his horn.
As with all THEGODBEAST toys, the Titan was sculpted by hand, by THEGODBEAST himself.
This version of the Titan has a boat load of paint apps and painted detail lines.
Articulation is pretty basic, but still above average for a designer vinyl toy. The Titan gets two points of articulation in the arms, and one point in each hip. Even though the articulation in the arms is basic, it's obviously well thought out as the angle of the cuts allows a wide range of poses. As an added bonus, the Titan can be posed on all fours.
The claws are well adapt at gripping other small toys.
The Titan Mushi's face is packed with sculpted detail.
At $41, the TItan Mushi isn't cheap, but it's about average for a designer vinyl toy of it's size. I love the design and poseablity of claws, and the fact that it can be posed on all fours. On top of that, It's just a lot of fun to handle. If you're a fan of the Glyos line, vinyl toys, or bugs in general, the Titan Mushi should be an easy buy.
|Posted 9 February, 2016 - 23:53 by Ender10000|