Thursday, October 31, 2013

Nistuff's NYCC 2013/My Plastic Heart Exclusives Outlander Hemic and Stygian

Happy Halloween everyone. Lets look at a nice set of figures of which one my camera HATES. This is Nistuff's (knee-stuff) NYCC 2013/ Exclusive Hemic and Stygian Outlanders! From what I can tell from his website 481 Universe, the dude is a fantastic Gylos customizer who went to the next level and casted his own character, the Outlander. This specific set of Outlanders comes from My Plastic Heart and was available from their table at NYCC 2013 (just search for "nistuff" on their site).

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Looking like some sort of alien astronaut, the Outlanders are made of the same tough production pvc that most Glyos figures are made from. It feels good in the hands.

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Their helmets are removable.

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Flipping the helmet around, you can get this odd looking visor head.

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Unlike other Glyos figures, the Outlanders have a static upper leg pieces. This means you can't swap both of them from each side to make him stand up straighter like most Glyos figures. That wouldn't be a big deal, but the Outlander stands a little awkwardly and can be a butt to stand sometimes. Sometimes. Not all the time.

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You can also flip the upper torso piece to give the Outlander a more human look. This is actually pretty cool. He doesn't look as gangly.

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And boom! Here are all the parts included plus two switch pins in the legs I didn't feel like tearing out. All the parts have that smooth Glyos system interchangability.

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Here's the other one exploded.

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You can combine the parts and create the single colorways. You'll also notice that the Hemic colored pieces are not quite the cherry red from the photos. Looking at it head on, it appears more orange. Its like the difference between cherry and fruit punch kool-aid.

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Aside from the colored shoulders and head, the Stygian version can look very similar to the Blank Black Outlander, Nistuff's third outlander release.

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A little size comparison with the same figure I looked at yesterday.

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You can swap the pieces of course, making some interesting combinations. The Outlander adds a few nice unique pieces to the mix.

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I see you.

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So nice.

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Each figure also comes with a sticker that can be used in Nistuff's figure redemption. The only difference with these stickers is that you get a +1, meaning they count as two stickers. If you buy both figures, you're already half way there to the redemption figure. SPOILER

Overall, the Outlander is a nice addition to your Glyos collection. I really enjoy the aesthetic of an alien astronaut to go along with my Traveler and so forth. At $10 a pop, they're not badly priced either. If you're going for an Outlander, they normally sell out very quickley from Nistuff's site, so don't hesitate if you see one you like! Be safe out there tonight on Halloween!

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