Acheson Creations adds free sword to Super Robot StratoMaxx Kickstarter campaign and new add-ons

By Polar_Bear
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Sep 30th, 2013
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Acheson Creations added a new sword to their Super Robot StratoMaxx Kickstarter campaign as well as a whole bunch of new add-ons to the project.

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From the update:

Hello!
First off, I’m excited to announce that Super Robot StratoMaxx now has a sword! Since the earliest concept artwork, I always envisioned this hero as having a sword but I didn’t have anything designed until now! With some HUGE help from my friend Dave at Dave Hartman Designs, I was able to get the components for the blade laser cut so I could assemble and photograph it.

Each Super Robot StratoMaxx pledge at the $90.00 mark or higher will receive one sword (kk0043) in addition to the other promised items.
In addition to the sword, I have designed a pistol for the Super Robots. This pistol is a featured Add-On of an extra $8.00. This is a Kickstarter-exclusive price! Both the pistol (kk0042) and the sword can also be purchased separately as part of our regular Add-Ons options if you pledge $13.00 or higher.

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  • Grindar

    I don’t think a free sword is gonna be enough to save that model.

  • 4tonmantis

    Am I the only one that gets a re-casted dollar store toy vibe from most of this stuff?

    • I think that has more to do with the background of some of the people behind this (if I am not completely mistaken). Designer toys and toy art is a very different world. An interesting one from many perspectives and there are crossover possibilities for sure – but it’s still quite different. And yes – it very much looks like dollar store toys at times… on purpose.

      • Disgruntled Goat

        Then wouldn’t it be far cheaper (and probably a better looking model) to just buy a dollar store toy robot?

    • Grindar

      The dollar store toy will have better detailing. And probably integrated lights and sounds…