The GodBeast will be releasing Wave 12 of his Kabuto Mushi figure tonight (Sunday December 20th 2015) at 9PM ET. Amongst those that will be available to order are - in order of pictured - the Instar X Mushi ($15.00), KTX Mushi ($16.00), Unpainted KTX Mushi (25 pieces - $12.00), Titan Rider Mushi ($16.00), and Unpainted Titan Rider Mushi (25 pieces - $12.00).
Today (October 23rd 2015) at 9PM ET, The Godbeast will be releasing a number of new color versions of his Kabuto Mushi figure. Of course, there's the above pictured Hallobuto all done up in Halloween colors. In addition, you have the Chelonian Mushi (resembles a TMNT), the Metros Mushi (with GID pieces), the Blood Mushi, and the unpainted MUSCLE Mushi. They'll all be able to purchase beginning at 9PM ET.
Marty Hansen (aka The GodBeast) has announced a tentative release date of June 1st 2014 (at 8PM CT) for the Kabuto Mushi MKII Wave III. The above pictured duo are only two of the six figures that will be made available during the sale.
Marty Hansen (The GodBeast) will be bringing his Kabuto Mushi MKII to the 2014 Kansas City Planet Comic Con (March 14th to 16th) and Chicago's C2E2 (April 25th to 27th) These will be split between the Cons and a scheduled online release (which will have 3 additional colorways) on March 18th 2014 at 8PM CT. Each figure will include a mini-Mushi for $12.00 each.
The Stabilized Andur figure will be available on Friday January 31st 2014 beginning at 9PM ET over at 481Universe.com. These Glyos compatible figures are pink and blue PVC with light green paint apps. Look for them to sell for $10.00 each.
The Mystical Warriors of the Ring Wave 1 (the PVC figures) will be available at New York Comic Con 2013. Widowmaker, Kayin Kungaa, and Sheldon Sabre will be released at the Onell Design Booth #102. There will be two versions available (Candy Apple Red and Flesh) selling for $9.00 per 3 pack.
Onell Design has announced that a Traveler from the past will return this Sunday, September 8th 2013, at 9:30PM ET. There will be a whole lineup of new releases posted on Onell's website over the next few days...in the anticipation of the big drop.
Onell Design will be celebrating a couple of important anniversaries with a very special release this Sunday, July 28th 2013 at 9:30PM ET.
After more than a decade since their original designs were doodled by two goofs in a Saturn dealership, Noboto and Gobon will finally be available as a duo -in their Monsters VS Robots "Standard" colors from Michelle's original 2007 Sidrick comic to boot!
There will be 6 different figures available during the sale - the Noboto and Gobon shown above are obviously two of them. So program that date and time into your Palm Pilot or whatever you kids are using nowadays...because you won't want to miss it.
Marty Hansen (aka TheGodBeast) has revealed photos (and details) about the Kabuto Mushi MKII prototypes. This is the UV resistant urethane metallic green/gold iridescent Kabuto Mushi MKII prototype (there are photos of the gray resin high polish Kabuto Mushi MKII prototype on Marty's blog - linked above). This was a collab with Matt Doughty from Onell Design.
Onell Design has announced that The Buildstation will come back to life tonight (Friday, June 14th 2013) at 9:30PM ET.
Here's what Matt has to say about this evening's release:
This release will be a little different than usual, as the majority of the items popping up in the store have been ordered in high amounts, the highest since the original Founders many years ago. All the Clear Colorless (Stealth) figures and parts will appear in the resurrected Buildstation section on Friday night, and hopefully remain there for some time to come. This is an experiment, and hopefully it makes getting stuff for building easier on a regular basis.
There will be some special releases as well, with order limits in place like in the past.
The thing we're most excited to see finally return on Friday is Standard Pheyden! This will be the MK IV version, with a slightly brighter blue and lighter grey PVC. Of course you can't have Standard Pheyden without Reverse Pheyden (literally), so one of my personal old favorites is also back, now as a MK II edition. Both of these figures have been run in higher amounts and should stick around for a while.