There's no secret - the guys behind ToyFinity love Glyos, and the Mordles Imbalance of Blood Vinyl Figure is compatible with the Glyos vinyl pieces. The figure comes to you unpackaged and unassembled, you pop in the feet and you're all set. Each foot plugs in with the same size peg used for Armodoc limbs and Rig arms, so if you'd like to give him guns for feet you can do that. I don't think I'd want to do that, but it's nice to have options.
This is an impressive specimen. I was a little surprised by how much I liked it, mostly because it's identical to the .8-inch figure from the 10-packs blown up to a massive 4-inches - it's a little bigger than a Funko Pop! Vinyl figure. It's not too difficult to pop the legs on and off, although I can't say that I ever want to do this again. This figure reminds me a lot of figures like Captain Evets, the feel is something unapologetically 1980s.
Unlike his smaller cousins, this hollow figure has more going on with paint. The eyes and claws are yellow, but there are also individually painted white teeth as well as red paint applied to the mouth. You read right - there's red paint on the red plastic, to give the interior of the mouth a richer, more moist appearance. Huzzah and kudos. This is the kind of detail toy companies would generally leave out, so I'm pretty pumped to see it here - it's not obvious when you first look at it, either. I should also point out the large, white teeth on either side seem to be painted shorter than they are sculpted. If you get in close, the point goes on just a little bit more.
On the Twitter, a few people have asked if they can use this Mordle as a sort of "piggy bank" for their smaller figures. I can safely tell you that the holes on the feet are too small to cram most of the Mordles in there, and if you could squeeze it inside it'd be a heck of a hard time getting it out.
While I must confess I was anticipating something slightly larger, I'm pretty happy with this grapefruit-sized figure. While I dig the little Mordles, this is a much more satisfying figure for my toy stash. Other than the feet it doesn't really do anything... which in many respects make it an excellent desk toy. If you dig Mordles, I think you're going to wish you had one of these... and if you don't, well, go ahead and read the next FOTD. Maybe you'll like it more.
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