Bailey Records announces variant color figures for Kaiju Kaos: Smackdown

By Polar_Bear
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Mar 20th, 2013
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Bailey Records has some new, exclusive colors of Kaiju Kaos: Smackdown figures available in their webshop.

From the announcement:

Bailey Records today announces the release of new limited edition, variant colors of the Earwig and Optithulhu minifigures designed for KAIJU KAOS: SMACKDOWN.
“Since the release of initial black resin castings, fans have been asking for ‘brighter’ colors to put in their collections and so we’re happy to oblige!” said Bryan Borgman, Bailey Records’ owner and KAIJU KAOS miniatures game designer.
“Through our Storenvy shop I will be offering up a variety of colors for Optithulhu. Each color is limited to 10 castings. In addition to these limited colors, a “gamer gray” version will be made available in unlimited quantity initially at Storenvy and then permanently at KaijuKaos.com and at gaming and comic book conventions.
For Earwig the Insectien, the first offerings are:

• Black (this is the original offering made available separately from the original 3-pack) for $8 each
• Blueberry (opaque blue resin) for $8 each
• Game Gray (opaque gray resin) for $8 each
• Spearmint Green (opaque green resin) for $8 each
• Strawberry Red (opaque red resin) for $8 each

For Optithulhu the Eldritch Horror, the first offerings are:
• Blueberry (opaque blue resin) for $8 each
• Gamer Gray (opaque gray resin) for $8 each
• Green Ice (clear emerald green resin) for $10 each
• Snow White (opaque white resin) for $8 each
• Spearmint Green (opaque green resin) for $8 each
• Strawberry Red (opaque red resin) for $8 each

These minifigures are available now

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  • w00t! Thanks for the shout out!

  • Soulfinger

    I also think that Games Workshop’s policies . . . woops, wrong post. 🙂

    The figures kind of remind me of the toys I played with as a kid, Muscle Men and all that.

  • Lucas Blackwolf

    Maybe because they’re essentially designer toys. 🙂 I like the cross-concept with this game.

    • Thanks! Glad you like the idea. Yes, these figures in particular are intended to have cross-over appeal and provoke nostalgia – glad it’s working! 🙂