CyMa Queen Kirallius Cyber Mama core with Device Ninja and Rift Killer parts
Glyos System Series x Toy Pizza
Item No.: No. n/a Manufacturer:Onell Design Includes:Cape, 3 alternate heads, alternate shoulder armor, alternate arms, alternate shoulders Action Feature:Pops apart, customize it if you dare Retail:$26.00 Availability: January 26, 2020 Other: Expensive, but there's a lot here
This CyMa Queen Kirallius sold out in short order, and with good cause. The Cyber Mama mold from Toy Pizza was still a new release when this figure came out, and it did a good job taking existing parts and really building it out. The figure includes a ton of pieces from multiple figures to bash together one of the very best crossover releases we've ever seen out of Onell Design.
The cloth cape was sold previously with Onell Design's Renegade Gendrone figures - and a few others. The rest are all Toy Pizza parts. The CyMa blue head, small collar, and torso are all Cyber Mama parts, as is the Cobra Commander-ish masked head. There are arms, legs, and a head from the Rift Killer. The "gun" hands and shoulder armor - plus one of the heads - are from the Device Ninja. On top of all of that, there are more upper arms and I have no idea where those are from as of my writing this.
If you're the kind of person that likes to fidget and adjust things while mixing up figures with parts you already own, this thing is a gem.
Colored like a distant cousin of Glyaxian Xodiac, this Queen Kirallius is a marvel - everything works. Big armor with a tattered cape as well as a blue head, with blue hair, and red eyes will make this figure stand out among the pack. Sadly she doesn't have any handheld weapons like swords or blasters, but she does have two gun arms - and you can put a switchpin in one of them to look like it's shooting, or hot, or powering up. She can also borrow weapons from your thousands of other action figures. (If you're reading this site, you probably have a lot of other action figures.) Articulation is more or less standard Toy Pizza fare, with about 10 meaningful points of articulation. As with all Glyos figures, she can pop apart at each joint and you can swap with other figures.
In this particular packet, you can mix and match between 2 collars, 4 heads, and 2 sets of arms and 2 sets of hands. This level of customization is almost maddening, because the default builds are great. The black figure has a dark almost chocolate brown set of paint applications, plus a few assorted pink elements. She's got a light on her leg, belt, chest, and eyes. There's a big dark scar on her face, which just happens to almost match her hair.
I wish you had a chance to get this one again - maybe you will, some day. It's hard to know. The figure is a wonderful gathering of parts and pieces that allows you to make a number of different and imposing figures using swappable parts in a meaningful way. Queen Kirallius feels like a star of a cartoon you'll never see, or the bad guy in a much larger toy line that will never get made. Despite being part of the Glyosphere, this is one of those figures that makes you think you need a playset, a ship, and a whole army to go along with her. I hope this isn't the only instance we get of the character, or whatever her entourage grows to be over time. Get her if the price is right, but be prepared for her to be expensive - after all, that's how she started life.
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