With the upcoming Space Force Kickstarter campaign I decided to get a Test Shot figure of the Eagle Force Riot Trooper figure since it is pretty much the same base figure.
There are still some available HERE if you are interested in getting one for yourself.
The Space Force Kickstarter campaign can be found HERE.
As far as the base figure goes it is a pretty standard figure to be used as a base figure that can have armor easily added.
Articulation is always on everyone’s mind when looking at a new figure for the first time. I have mapped out the articulation setup to give a good idea of what to expect.
Double hinge knees
Double barbel neck
Size and scale are also important factors. I added some images with some common modern figures to give a better idea of how these particular figures will scale with other 1:18 figures.
Size & Scale compared to my control figure I always use. It is a mix of the Boss Fight Studio VHACK Knight Blank and a regular Male Blank.VHACK: Marauder Gaming Figure: Eagle Force : Fortnite Mission Specialist : Marauder WW2Captain Action : Eagle Force : GI Joe : Dime Novel LegendsBoss Fight head on the Eagle Force body. These seem to work very well together. The Eagle Force head also works well on a Boss Fight body.
Caption Action was created back in 1966 as a competitor to GI Joe for the Ideal Toy company. He is basically a character that has access to multiple super heroes outfits and their characteristics when he wears them.
This figure is the Headliner of the Comic Adventure Heroes line made by Zica as part of a Kickstarter campaign. Production took a few years and these were all released in 2020. They are available for sale at BBTS and on Zica’s webstore.
Captain Action’s sculpt is a fairly generic muscular human wearing a body suit.
Paint is all pretty crisp and well done.
Extra head sculpt (that looks like The Office’s Michael Scott to me)
Removable hat that fits really well
Ray gun pistol and holster that attaches to belt
Ray gun rifle
Lightning short sword and holster that attaches to belt
4 sets of extra hands (Trigger finger, Fists, Magic, Regular grip)
Double swivel pin shoulders
Double swivel pin elbows
Swivel pin wrists
T-ball hips that connect to the torso and sits in the crotch
Double swivel double pin knees
Swivel “rocker” ankles
Size & Scale :
All of the figures in the Comic Adventure Heroes line are a little on the smaller side of modern 1:18 figures.
Size & Scale compared to a Boss Fight Studio Vitruvian HACKS blank figure
The heads do fit pretty well on other figures like Marauders and Boss Fight Studio if you need a body for the extra head.
I am a huge advocate for supporting independent toy manufacturers. This campaign shows how difficult it can be to make these. Props to Zica Toys for following through and delivering. I hope that they continue to make toys into the future. As for the figure itself, I really enjoyed it even though the source material is way before my time. It is a little shorter that I was expecting because they had made a big deal about the figures being made too small at one pint during manufacturing and had to get everything re-tooled.
The Pyronaut was part of the first release by independent toy company Morphonauts.
Morponauts sells on Amazon as well as from their own site. The cool thing about their own site is that they also sell the figure in parts so if you just want the head and torso you can buy them like that.
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