Monday, September 26, 2011
1026 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia PA, 19123
Source[Kaiju Big Battel Press]
Another Toy Break... why not?!?! George and Ayleen of Toy Break are back on the couch and are joined this go around by Eric and Jim from The Four Horsemen and they talk about all kinds of stuff including O-No Sashimi, White Limo, Maxx Off, South Park stuff and much more! So what the heck are you waiting for... click the video above to get your weekly dose of Toy Break!
Shown above, the Heavy TK, was first released in it's original form as a 1:6 figure back in 2009. The Heavy TK's came with only the RPG launcher and a shell, plus a incredibly detailed backpack and while they were great in the 12 in. size the large RPG often made for a hard time balancing the figure. This doesn't appear to be the case with the 1:12 version as they clearly hold the weight of the RPG and still have great balance (as shown in the photo) no doubt due to the smaller size of the 1:12 scale bazooka. I anticipate that these will be even more popular than their larger 1:6 brothers.
The original 1:6 Heavy TK's came in three versions. Two versions were offered from bambaland, a blue haired TK named Kato, plus a 3AA version, a Orange haired TK named Nasu. While retailers had the third version, a black haired Heavy TK named Soh for sale (pictured above in 1:12 scale) While we haven't heard any details yet for what will be available for the APTK Heavy TK release we're hoping to get at least the same 3 versions as the original 1:6 TK's though we'd love to see a few more versions as well.