Have you seen the DioWarriors logo? It's an alien. We're going crazy over the alien, and why not? Aliens have been a part of both real world and sci-fi for centuries. But we like them for the simple reason that aliens are techno... they are futuristic; using technology so advanced it might as well be magic. Look at an alien and all sorts of things come to mind: space, dimensional travel, time travel, mystery, secrets, government, survival, and fantastic wonders -- all the things that make great dios and dio stories.
Concerning DioWarriors, aliens offer a blank slate that we seek to fill. We're developing a new approach to all our props. This stems from two things: very high resolution 3d printers and more reliance on injection molding. So you will see design changes creep in all the props, and a bunch of newer props (already being made.) In a way we're phasing out the old. So if you like what we have right now, now is the time to get them before those designs are gone.
But, getting back to the topic of aliens, you'll also be seeing more of them, much more. This is all we're going to say on the topic for now.
Here are some pics of the DioWarriors alien around our office. A mouse pad and polo shirts to start with. Expect to see more of the logo throughout the site and the things we do.
If you are into fantasy/sci-fi figures or simply like collecting unique toy lines, Animal Warriors of the Kingdom is one to get. Developed by Jason Bienvenu and Spero Studios, these figures are unlike any we've seen before, especially from an independent toy maker. At DioWarriors we are excited about this line because the potential for photography and diostories is huge. After all, with the wealth of the many 1:18 scale (4") lines from real-world military to sci-fi and post-apocalyptic, mythology, and (soon) fantasy, one can create a world or worlds of action figure adventure.
Animal Warriors of the Kingdom has it's own story. But if you are like most of us at DioWarriors, we plan to supplement our own adventures with these figures.
The long awaited review of the Lanard Kong Skull Island figure by Tycondrius!
Tycondrius is back with another figure review. This time, it's the BBI Elite Forces.
It's getting to that time of year again where we start showing prototypes of some of the more complex props. Mostly it's because of conventions like JoeCon where we want to show new stuff that we do a lot of prototypes. This year we did a number of new computer consoles.
So, if you want your action figures to have a modern look to their command room, check out these new computer consoles. And don't forget to check out the new Zombie Lab diorama later this year.
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