Bailey Records released some new limited edition Kaiju Kaos models. Go check ’em out.
From the release:
Bailey Records today announces the upcoming release of KAIJU KAOS: SMACKDOWN and our first set of limited edition minifigures designed for collectors and gamers alike.
“Since it’s conception, I’ve dreamed big with KAIJU KAOS and have wanted to tear down traditional barriers within the industry,” said Bryan Borgman, Bailey Records’ owner and KAIJU KAOS miniatures game designer. “Besides making a miniatures game using colossal monster miniatures, we have a full-length soundtrack, and now collectable, designer toys that are fully compatible with KAIJU KAOS in addition to highlighting their own special version of the game called SMACKDOWN.”
“When I decided I wanted to try and break into the designer toy market with original ideas, I sought out the talented Steven Patt (aka oOMoSOo) at Papagrim Toys to be my collaborator and primary sculptor. In early 2012, Steven released his own limited edition minifigures in a series called Nuked! and he has a familiarity with tabletop gaming. Over the past several months we have been working behind-the-scenes in preparation for this launch. On Friday you will see the first fruits of our collaboration when we release:
· Orcco the Everfolk, the Martial Artist Orchid Titan champion
· Earwig the Insectien, the Scout Specialist Battler Beetle
· Atticus the Wicked Werewolf, the vicious Saboteur!
“Each set of minifigures will contain one of each character sculpt and the initial release will be limited to 40 sets cast in black resin. In addition to sculpting, Steven is handling all the production of the initial release. The sets will be released online this Friday evening at 8pm EST at baileyrecords.storenvy.com for $25.00 a set. Once the limited edition black sets sell, regular production of each figure will resume at Acheson Creations in our standard gray color. More limited edition colors may appear from time to time if demand warrants. More sets will be released quarterly throughout 2013.”