Sunday, March 5, 2017

Minifigure Review: Crayboth Esedeth Mobile Patrol Scout from Glyos by Onell Design

 Here's a really short look at the last Crayboth I picked up at the 2017 Charlotte Minicon: Crayboth Esedeth Mobile Patrol Scout! Released in early 2016 as part of Glyos Wave 52: Esedeth Mobile Patrol, this little guy features a very cool tan and red color scheme. Since this guy is a repainted version of the standard Crayboth that has been released over and over again, I'm going to be pretty brief. More Crayboth madness after the break...

 The Facts:

Height: 1 1/2 inches

Articulation: Swivel hips and swivel shoulders

Accessories: None

Year of Release: 2016
 The Positives:

* As seems to be par for the course for the Crayboth, this little guy features four points of articulation and joints that can easily separate to create your own creations. Onell Design sells extra pieces so you can find different ways to build with these little guys. The sculpt on this little guy is pretty cool, too, with a unique blend of crustacean anatomy and a refined galactic armor design.

* The Crayboth Esedeth Mobile Patrol Scout not only has a really, really long name but he also has a really cool paintjob. The earth tons on this guy look great. I'm not sure if there's a grander Glyos story this guy fits into, but I love the look of his vivid helmet/ face markings and the black details on the end of his blaster arm.

  I liked the regular single colored Crayboth but I like this guy even more. He's really cool looking and would fit in well with a number of minifigure lines, including my beloved Trash Bag Bunch. With 56 waves already out I'm not sure anyone could catch up with the Glyos line. Still, it's worth taking a peek at what they're offering if this little guy appeals to you. He's a Great and a 1/2 little minifigure.

The only other Glyos figure I've reviewed is the Flesh Crayboth.

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