Sponsor News - O-Ring Design Gets An Update With Strike Force Alpha

by Jay Cochran
July 20, 2021
Jason W. Schiermeyer with his friend and sculptor Matt Lecroy to create a new line of 1/18th scale O-ring inspired military action figures with Strike Force Alpha. In order to make this line of figures happen they have launched a new Kickstarter Campaign to make it happen. With 18 days to go they have obtained $65,795 of their $77,000 goal that they need to reach to get these figures into production.

They have also brought on board Bill Merklein to work on this line. For those not familiar he is a sculptor who worked for Hasbro and their G.I. Joe line bringing over 70 figures to life. He has sculpted their Dr. Diablo figure.

This O-Ring inspired line of action figures uses the "Pop n Swap" system which allows customers to swap out parts on their figures for ease customization without any tools. Simply pop off one part and swap on another. Heads, lower legs, hands, and elbows can all be swapped out.

To find out more about their Kickstarter for this exciting new line of figures be sure to CLICK HERE.
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