are the Masters of the Universe tribute characters. When I learned that Four Horsemen Studios was bringing those tribute to figures Cosmic Legions, I started paying more attention to the line. Besides just Opor-A-Tiv83 and Sskur'ge, I realized that I liked the figures. A lot of the figures, really. I went and preordered two figures and figured I'd wait patiently. But then I learned that a really cool collectibles store not far from me, Needless Toys & Collectibles, was having a midnight release for the launch of the line at 12:01am on July 27th. Well... I ended up heading out late at night in the middle of the week with my friend and former podcasting partner Andrew to drive a county or so over looking for some Cosmic Legions. And that, good readers, is how I ended up with Highwarden Slogg.
Height: 7 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel hinge ankles, mid-leg swivels, swivel thighs, balljointed hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, balljointed head neck base, and a swivel head.
Accessories: 2 swappable portraits, 4 interchangeable hands, data screen, 2 small Thryxium canisters, 2 large Thryxium canisters, and a dome.
Non-Scalper Price: $120 dollars
* There is a lot of impressive sculpting on the sides of Slogg's head and a smart mix of colors really brings all of it to life.
* Slogg's second portrait shows him being pretty pissed off as some underling who had failed him or at some prisoner who has defied him. Check out those teeth! He has a wicked set of sharp teeth that match his nasty disposition perfectly.
* Highwarden Slogg comes with a clear plastic dome that fits over head and connects into his customized moisture suit. I love how the dome actually looks frosted, as if Slogg is breathing inside of it or it's being misted up by the presence of Thryxium.